My book Empathy: Why It Matters, and How to Get It is published by Penguin Random House (note that the first edition was titled Empathy: A Handbook for

Relate strongly to the view that "Living languages change all the time, but many of us wish they didn't." Will be interested to find out why the Macquarie Dictionary editor, Susan Butler, wonders why people like me cling to the grammarian's flourish known as the apostrophe. Intended audience: word warriors, punctuation pedants and everyday lovers of language.

Booktopia has The Aitch Factor, Adventures in Australian English by Susan Butler. Buy a discounted Hardcover of The Aitch Factor online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Gregg Levoy - Callings: Finding and Following an Authentic Life

Gregg Levoy author and speaker.

574 pages of poems introduced by Sir Andrew Motion, who was the UK Poet Laureate from 1999 to 2009.

574 pages of poems introduced by Sir Andrew Motion, who was the UK Poet Laureate from 1999 to

Master the bygone art of shadowgraphy with this ‘handy’ graphic guide to shadow puppets. Whether it’s a cat, llama or yak, this kooky A to Z of hand shadows brings the ABCs alive in high-contrast black and white.

A brilliant hand shadow video + a couple of fun books to make your own hand shadows on a lazy evening - for all ages!

What Caesar Did For My Salad by Albert Jack.

The Rise by Sarah Lewis has made its way onto my book wishlist. I am interested in ways to view failure as a gift. And I like this notion I've heard connected to Sarah's thinking - how the number zero is both a void and the start of infinite possibility. As I am trying to be a courageous, vulnerable & authentic person (per Dr Brene Brown's ideas), this one sounds completely in line with that. Will review more fully when I get to it :)

The Rise by Sarah Lewis - From celebrated art historian, curator, and teacher Sarah Lewis comes “a rich trove of reflections not just on creativity but on the.