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Fairy Folk and Fantastic Friends

Fairy Folk and Fantastic Friends: Fairy Picture Book of Cute Bedtime Stories about Friendship. The Fairy Folk would love to introduce you to some of their fantastic friends, such as Fuzzy Buzzy, Mr. Caterpillar, the Gloopy family fairy, Father Pumper, Lenny Longarms and many more. Fairy Folk friends love being helpful so enjoy reading the stories they have to tell, and see how they help those who are sad or…
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We Found an Answer – to World Peace

The world cannot continue on its current destructive course. Things have to change or there will be no world left for future generations. Over our life time and many years of research, we have documented possible solutions to the age-old problem – how to stop war and create peace. The topics included are The overcoming and conquering of violence How to create lasting peace The evolution of human nature The…
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Senlac

Senlac is an anti-war love story. Classical composer Jack Stalwart is called up to go to war. The night before he leaves, in a vivid dream of the Norman invasion of England, Jack’s dilemma of being torn between his family and his country is mirrored by the Saxon hero King Harold as both are forced to make a stand in the struggle for peace. Sometimes quirky and funny, sometimes caustic…
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Journey from No-thing to Everything

Sue Lintern

The Journey from No-Thing to Everything will provide you with the tools for remembrance and becoming the master of your own life. This transformative book will expand your view of the world and help you to let go of ego. With this book you will journey into your power and become no-thing, so you can experience everything. The essence of everything is who we are, and when we connect with…
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Starlady – The True Story of Valerie and Mr Dickens

Starlady by Valerie Barrow

Valérie is a Starlady. Her mission is to speak of the sacred Aborigine Alcheringa Stone, the seven sisters of the Pleiades, the early evolution of Planet Earth and creation of the first humans. She also reveals hidden aspects of her and John’s story, such as the Egyptian Pyramids, Jesus’ family, the missing manuscript of the Cathars, The Knights Templar, Jehanne d’ Arc and Mr Charles Dickens, to name a few….
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Deeply With The Sun In Our Eyes

A.C. Smith - Deeply With The Sun In Our Eyes

As the Japanese assault on Malaya begins, naivety and misadventure send Australian marine engineer, Richard into the care of English doctor, Greda and her philandering planter husband, Edward. In a maelstrom of events, the lives of Richard, Greda, Edward, the malicious Captain Heenan and enigmatic Chinese refugee Eva—consort to all three men—become desolately entwined. With the island under siege, amidst the illusion of resistance by the Empire’s defenders, Richard and…
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The Forest Fairies

Magical fairies inside the forest. How many can you see? They’ve joined ‘The Rubbish Rebellion’ to keep our forests litter free.   Our forests are the breath of our planet we need to look after them.  The magical Forest Fairies are there to help us keep our forests clean.       ABOUT THE AUTHOR                   Chez Rafter was born in Sydney, Australia….
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The Wolf Queen of Japan

Harrison Ware

Sapporo, Japan YEAR unknown Felicity is a predator. Born into bloodshed, raised with wolves, she lives only for the hunt. When Imperial forces invade her sanctuary and shatter the winter silence with the screams of countless victims, Felicity catches scent of a bigger game. A game of vengeance, love and death. To follow this path, she must put her life in the hands of five strangers. Easier said than done,…
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Happy or a Philosopher

This is the story of Vefa, a young girl raised by her grandmother in Baku, Azerbaijan. As Vefa grows into maturity a whirlwind love affair with the enigmatic Tale sees her caught up in a life of crime, for which she pays a high price. Happy or a Philosopher is an eye-opening and inspiring story of courage and redemption, and a heart-wrenching reminder to never give up on your dreams….
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A Bonza Life – The Story of a Baby Boomer

I am a Baby Boomer. Born and bred in Brisbane, Australia, I lived a very average Boomer life in a rabbit warren of a house in Auchenflower with my returned WW2 soldier dad, stay at home mum and my five siblings. We walked to school in those days and stayed and played within a 2 mile radius of our home with other Boomer families for twenty years before venturing out…
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Natural Gas: Economics and Environment

Natural Gas text book series

Natural Gas: Economics and Environment is the fourth and last book in a series of textbooks that have focused on the technical and market related fundamentals of natural gas, while also taking aspects into consideration that one shared between the oil & gas industry. Volume 4 consists of three additional chapters and commences with chapter 17 dealing with the economic modelling of a natural gas project. The economics of three…
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The Forgotten – Metal and Bone

Bailey Vaughan - The Forgotten - Metal and Bone

Humanity is built on blood, not feathers. “In the beginning there was darkness, and it is in this darkness that we will one day return. Some will find that they thrive in the rawest of shadows, whilst others will merely learn to survive in the harshest.” In the wasteland, her poem was nameless. Underground, a man she never understood called it Salvation. The world has ended, but in a bitter…
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Heaven is Within You

Steve Kenyon | Heaven is Within You

Do you ever dream of living alone on a tropical island ? Could it truly be for you, far from the hustle and bustle? Inside these pages are some gentle reflections from the mind of an Artist/Beachcomber, who did live alone for fifty years on Australia’s most beautiful Island.     ABOUT THE AUTHOR                       Steve Kenyon is an Australian…
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Walkabout to Wisdom

Lachlan Hughson | Walkabout to Wisdom

Finalist 2019 International Book Awards – Best New Non-fiction; Spirituality General; Travel: Guides and Essays Finalist 2019 Book Excellent Awards – Travel category Honourable mention Readers Favourites 2019 International Books Awards – Non-fiction Environment category   Walkabout to Wisdom, an inspiring, beguiling and evocative story from the Australian Outback, will leave you enthralled and enchanted so universal are its themes and so important is its message today. “Liberated” from his…
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Bunty Bailey’s Adventures in Berrima

Rosalind Dale | Buntry's Adventures in Berrima

“No happier or more adventurous child has ever been born!” The year is 1849. Nine-year-old Bunty Bailey lives with her family in the country town of Berrima, New South Wales, between Sydney and Canberra. Brave, adventurous, kind-hearted, every day brings a new adventure for Bunty as she explores the secret places around the growing township and neighbouring countryside. And real dangers abound! From the natural world to bushrangers and escaped…
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Natural Gas: Operations and Transport

Natural Gas: Operations and Transport is the second volume in a series of textbooks following Natural Gas: Exploration and Properties (first volume). This series is continued with Natural Gas: Customers and Consuming Industries (third volume) and Natural Gas: Economics and Environment (fourth volume). The aim of this series is to provide a student with the basic tools required when following the flow of gas from the reservoir to the burner…
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Mary’s Ireland

Mary’s Ireland is a love story between an Irish barmaid and a Polish sailor. From a working class Catholic family of nineteenth century Belfast, Mary Cannon meets Walenty Nikodemski in her pub, The Shamrock. Initially, Mary is taken by Walenty’s looks especially his eyes, which shine jade black ‘seeing right through me to the very white of my skin’. With attraction battling suspicion Mary gradually sees more deeply into the…
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