|Author:||Malcolm Knox (As told to); Robert Langdon|
In the tradition of Midnight Express, The Damage Done, Marching Powder and Hotel Kerobokan comes an extraordinary story of Australian resilience and survival in Afghan's notorious Pul-e-Charkhi prison, a place that's been described as 'the world's worst place to be a westerner'.
|Author:||Jean-Claude Druvert; Hélène Druvert|
Encycopaedias, Science, Maths & reference materials
Anatomy is a gorgeous, large-format book filled with clever cutouts exploring every detail of the organs, systems and senses that make up that most marvellous of machines, the human body. This fact-filled journey is i... read more
|Author:||Laura Bunting; Philip Bunting (Illustrator)|
Koalas eat gum leaves. For breakfast, lunch and dinner, and even on their birthdays. Most koalas dont seem to mind. But one does. He is on the lookout for some tastier tucker...and he's about to make a discovery that changes everything. A tale about having too much of a good thing!