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Our Stem of Hope — The Andrew Curtis Story by Linda Curtis

Our Stem of Hope — The Andrew Curtis Story

by Linda Curtis

Memoir
Medical

Earth shattering. Life changing. World altering. Such profound phrases, but they all seem monumentally inadequate when attempting to articulate the impact that Andrew's illness has had. Not only on us as individuals and life partners, but on our ...

Martyrs and Cowards by Niyi Awofeso

Martyrs and Cowards

by Niyi Awofeso

Political Science

As the macabre al-Qaeda attacks of 11 September 2001 on the United States illustrate, suicidal terrorism constitutes an enigmatic form of violence in which a fighter's certain death is a precondition for the execution of an attack.

Squelper by Allan Skerman

Squelper

by Allan Skerman

Australian Fiction

It was in a tree in the backyard behind Number 44 that the blackbirds annually made their nest and soon there'd be little chicks running around and making their first attempts at flying.

Seven in a Tent: Stumbling through Europe and North America by Don W. Puckridge

Seven in a Tent: Stumbling through Europe and North America

by Don W. Puckridge

Memoir

Study leave in Switzerland, England, Canada and the USA with four children aged 1 to 10 and family friend Gail brought many challenges.

The Shadow Fades by Don W. Puckridge

The Shadow Fades

by Don W. Puckridge

Non Fiction

In April 1975 Ngak Chhay Heng and his family loaded their car with their personal possessions, pushed it 20 kilometres from Phnom Penh, and disappeared under the dark shadow of the Khmer Rouge for three years, eight months and 20 days.

Kei(th) and the Genic Seed by Ben Kolsen

Kei(th) and the Genic Seed

by Ben Kolsen

Fiction

A young boy's curiosity shimmys into a higher gear when mystery and intrigue appear. He suddenly has a need to know who, or what, is sneaking sticky-beaking peeks at him as he lounges around his house.

From Pillar to Post by Kristen Hodges

From Pillar to Post

by Kristen Hodges

Autobiography
Memoir

This story is based on memories from a seven year old girl through the teens and up to her adult years. It was a different world back in the 1940s. Most children from working-class families were sent out to work from the age of 14 years.