Bakir and Bi - written by Jillian Boyd and illustrated by Tori-Jay Mordey, Bakir and Bi is based on a Torres Strait Islander creation story. Bakir (rock) and Mar (storm bird) live on a remote island called Egur with their two children. One day Bakir comes across a very special pelican named Bi. A famine occurs, and life on the island is no longer harmonious. One day Bakir and Bi disappear and Mar and the children must journey to another island by canoe ... and so begins the adventure.

Based on a Torres Strait Islander creation story with illustrations by Tori-Jay Mordey. Bakir (rock) and Mar (storm bird) live on a remote island called Egur with their two young children. While fishing on the beach Bakir comes across a very s

Grace Beside Me - Written from teenage girl Fuzzy Mac's perspective, Grace Beside Me is a quirky, warmly rendered story of home and family life in a small town. Grace Beside Me interweaves the mundane with the profound and the spiritual - it is full of wisdom and good advice on everything from how to "sit a while" in the bush and connect with country to how to properly hang out the washing. Written by Sue McPherson.

Grace Beside Me a novel by Sue McPherson winner of Queensland's Indigenous Writing Fellowship.

Meet Calypso, a young Nukunu man fresh out of high school in Rastafarian guise. After failing to secure employment in sports retail, Calypso finds work at a health food shop where his boss pressures him to gather native plants for natural remedies. This leads him to his Nukunu family in Port Augusta and the discovery of a world steeped in cultural knowledge. A young Ngadjuri girl helps Calypso to reconsider his Rastafarian façade and understand how to take charge of his future.

Received from the Publisher From the BLURB: Calypso Summer is a story told by Calypso, a young Nukunu man, fresh out of high scho.

Rise of the Fallen by Teagan Chilcott - Rise of the Fallen is a young adult paranormal romance, the first in a series of novels with demons, angels and elementals at war for power. This contemporary, super-sharp story with sardonic humour features a feisty main character in Emilie and a love triangle. The battles take place in familiar settings: shopping malls, street corners, the Australian bushland and up and down the Queensland coast.

Rise of the Fallen by Teagan Chilcott - Rise of the Fallen is a young adult paranormal romance, the first in a series of novels with demons, angels and elementals at war for power. This contemporary, super-sharp story with sardonic humour features a feisty main character in Emilie and a love triangle. The battles take place in familiar settings: shopping malls, street corners, the Australian bushland and up and down the Queensland coast.

Set within the explosive cultural shifts of the 1960s and 1980s, Becoming Kirrali Lewis chronicles the journey of a young Aboriginal teenager as she leaves her home town in rural Victoria to take on a law degree in Melbourne in 1985. Adopted at birth by a white family, Kirrali doesn't question her cultural roots until a series of life-changing events force her to face up to her true identity.

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Albert Cutts is a tree feller. A fella who cuts down trees. Fog is a fox cub raised by a dingo. He’s called a dox because people are suspicious of foxes and Albert Cutts owns the dingo and now the dox. Albert is a bushman and lives a remote life surrounded by animals and birds. All goes well until Albert has an accident. Written by Bruce Pascoe.

A well-written short story that quickly transports you to the Australian outback where you meet Albert, his dog and Fox cub. Very enjoyable read.

Roxy May Redding’s got music in her soul and songs in her blood. She lives in a small, hot, dusty town and she’s dreaming big. When she gets the chance to study music in the big city, she takes it. In Roxy’s new life, her friends and her music collide in ways she could never have imagined. Her crush on Ana, the local music journo, forces Roxy to steer through emotions alien to this small-town girl. Family and friends watch closely as Roxy takes a confronting journey to find out who she is.

Roxy May Redding’s got music in her soul and songs in her blood. She lives in a small, hot, dusty town and she’s dreaming big. When she gets the chance to study music in the big city, she takes it. In Roxy’s new life, her friends and her music collide in

From a remarkable new voice in Indigenous writing comes this highly original collection of poems bristling with stunning imagery and gritty textures. At times sensual, always potent, Lemons in the Chicken Wire delivers a collage of work that reflects rural identity through a rich medley of techniques and forms. It is an audacious, lyrical and linguistically lemon flavoured poetry debut that possesses a rare edginess and seeks to challenge our imagination beyond the ordinary.

Indigenous Writing FellowshipFrom a remarkable new voice in Indigenous writing comes this highly original collection of poems bristling with stunning imagery and gritty textures. At times sensua

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