Other books

30-Second Evolution

edited by Nicholas Battey and Mark Fellowes

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $19.99

The 50 most significant ideas and events, each explained in half a minute.

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How to Rebuild and Modify Ford Flathead V-8 Engines

Mike Bishop and Vern Tardel

Format: Paperback

AUD $55.00

Keep it mild or build it wild, but either way, How to Rebuild and Modify Ford Flathead V8 Engines will help ensure your flathead is delivering the power you need.

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Warrior

Libby Connors

Format: Paperback

AUD $32.99

The fascinating story of one of the great Aboriginal resistance fighters of the colonial frontier and a compelling portrait of life in early Brisbane.

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Moments of Mindfulness

Adam Ford

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $10.99

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What If Einstein Was Wrong?

Brian Clegg and Jim Al-Khalili

Format: Paperback

AUD $18.99

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Off the Map

Alastair Bonnett

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

In a world of Google Earth, in which it is easy to believe that every discovery has been made and every adventure already had, Off the Map is a stunning testament to how mysterious our planet still is.

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Downstream

Caitlin Davies

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $35.00

Celebrating the River Thames and how it has brought the British community together through swimming, rowing and other water related sports.

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Unofficial Doctor Who

Cameron K. McEwan, illustrated by Andrew Skilleter

Format: Paperback

AUD $27.99

Whovians rejoice! Blogtor Who is back. Known for his popular lists, Cameron K. McEwan, author of The Who's Who of Doctor Who, is back with a book that compiles loads of fun facts and neverbefore- heard tidbits about the Whoniverse. (It's bigger on the inside!)

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The Ultimate Guide to Tarot

Liz Dean

Format: Paperback

AUD $35.00

A must have companion guide for reading all of the important elements, symbols and meanings of every Tarot card.

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Beside the Sea

Sarah Freeman

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $55.00

From the Victorian era to the early years of the 1960s, summer in Britain meant a mass exodus, as millions of Britons boarded steam locomotives and charabancs to swap the drudgery of life in the country's industrial heartlands for the fleeting pleasures of the coast.

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