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Featured - Bone Lands

"This is a cracker of a book. I literally could not put it down and read it at a sitting. From the very first page we are plunged into the mind of the main character—we can hardly call him a ‘hero’, though he has performed heroic deeds." Read Aedeen Cremin's review and her interview with author Pip Fioretti.

Bone Lands

Featured - Second Chance

This moving true story about the extraordinary bond between horses and the humans who care for them reveals the power and the potential of a simple second chance. Follow the link below to find out more, and read Serena's Kirby's review as well as her interview with author Diana Thurgood.


The Map of William is the first book by West Australian writer Michael Thomas and it’s certainly a darn good read. It is also not the book that Michael set out to write but I’m sure glad he did.

Map of William

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Just out from Fremantle Press

Dryandra Forest is a unique area located in the Western Australian wheatbelt. In the late 1890s and early 1900s, it was the scene of WA’s celebrated “bark rush” when thousands of men “rushed” to the bush to strip the valuable bark of brown mallet trees. Now, it is mostly national park: Roger Underwood

Australia's vast natural beauty is celebrated in the range of gardening books available through the ARRN.News Store.


The Islands


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