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The Gita by Roopa Pai

If there is a book that I could term as my absolute favorite for this year, it has to be The Gita For Children by Roopa Pai. 684 more words

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Mulga's Magical Colouring Book, by Joel Moore a.k.a. Mulga

As I’m sure everyone knows by now, colouring-in is the latest in fashionable things for grownups to do.  But perhaps not everyone knows that there is actually reputable scientific research that shows that colouring-in actually works to reduce stress, and that it’s a good alternative for people who just can’t take to other strategies such as meditation.  301 more words

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The Wrong Girl

The Wrong Girl by Laura Wilson is a crime novel that is more mystery than thriller.

Janice’s brother Dan passes away and everything changes. The first change being the fact Janice finds out about his death from her daughter who is living with him – the daughter she gave up for adoption more than 40 years before. 159 more words

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September-October 2015: New books for children and teenagers reviewed by Janet Croft.

September-October 2015: New books for children and teenagers reviewed by Janet Croft.

The more stars the better.

Non-fiction

*The Possum Magic Cookbook, compiled by Gina Inverarity and Celia Jellett, and illustrated by Julie Vivas. 6,329 more words

September-October 2015: New adult books reviewed by Janet Croft

September-October 2015: New adult books reviewed by Janet Croft

The more stars, the better the reading…..

Non-fiction

It is a bit unusual for me to review cookbooks, but here are three…. 4,255 more words

Amazon vs. Hachette

Okay, it’s probably time for me to comment on this. Amazon and Hachette have a bit of a beef with each other, and the news kinda of dragged them through it. 626 more words

REVIEW: CLOSE YOUR EYES BY MICHAEL ROBOTHAM

CLOSE YOUR EYES

Author: Michael Robotham
Hachette Australia RRP $29.99
Review: Monique Mulligan

Michael Robotham’s latest thriller, Close Your Eyes, is a brilliant nail biter that’s up there with the best in the contemporary field. 423 more words

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