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Shaun Tan (texte et illustrations) – Tales from Outer Suburbia, McClelland & Stewart (2008)

Tales From Outer Suburbia- From the much-acclaimed creator of The Arrival, The Red Tree and The Lost Thing, fifteen intriguing illustrated stories about the mysteries that lurk below the surface of suburban life.

One of the few graphic novels that I own, this book by Shaun Tan (Amazing Author/illustrator) details the journey of an immigrant by taking the reader into a world where nothing is familiar. The world that is created is amazing, but the art that makes up the book is even more astounding. It is typical of all the work that Tan creates and is one book of many that can be for adults and children.

Teachers & librarians discussing the graphic novel The Arrival. This is an awesome wordless graphic novel.

Novel: Tom Keely, a man who lost his bearings in middle age, is now holed up in a flat at the top of a grim highrise, looking down on the world he has fallen out of love with. He's cut himself off, until one day he runs into some neighbours: a woman he used to know when they were kids, and her introverted young boy. The encounter shakes him up in a way that he doesn't understand. Despite himself, Keely lets them in. What follows is a groundbreaking novel populated by unforgettable…

Tom Keely, the hero of Tim Winton’s latest novel, is a fallen man. The recently divorced, once-successful environmental activis…

Website where students can upload photos of themselves and fill it with words about themselves and their interests! Pre-Writting Ideas

YW- activity- Website where students can upload photos of themselves and fill it with words about themselves and their interests! As of the website was not allowing people to make their own, but promised it would be ready soon.

Bad Feminist: Essays eBook: Roxane Gay: Amazon.com.au: Kindle Store

Bad Feminist Essays by Roxane Gay A collection of essays spanning politics, criticism, and feminism from one of the most-watched young cultural observers of her generation roxanegay: “ Out from.

Overwhelmed

Overwhelmed: HOW TO Work Love and Play when No One has the time available in paperback March

Why women need wives, and men need lives

Booktopia has The Wife Drought , Why Women Need Wives and Men Need Lives by Annabel Crabb. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Wife Drought online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

This is a story of resilience, the irrepressible, enduring nature of love, and the fragility of life, from one of Australia's most loved novelists.

The Golden Age by Joan London winner of the Queensland Literary Awards This book also won the Kibble Awards.

Anna Covey is a 'Surplus'. She should not have been born. In a society where eternal life has become reality, children are an abomination. Like all Surpluses, Anna is living in a Surplus Hall and learning how to make amends for the selfish act her parents committed in having her. She is quietly accepting of her fate until, one day, a new inmate arrives. Anna's life is thrown into chaos. But is she brave enough to believe this mysterious boy?

Booktopia has The Declaration by Gemma Malley. Buy a discounted Paperback of The Declaration online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Special agent Zac Darke is back for his third mission and stakes have never been higher. An unknown bomber is conducting a terror campaign in London. After an explosion on tube leaves someone dead, Zac and his team are brought into try and work out how this terror cell operates.

Chris Ryan has been there, done it and lived to tell the tale. This is the third Agent 21 story, featuring teen agent Zak Darke, by the real-life SAS hero.

When 19 year-old Cam Cody is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he expects to spend the rest of his shortened life in an adjustable bed. Then one night, a mysterious man offers Cam one chance to join a covert unit of young “terminals.” They are like him, only they spend the last year of their lives executing exciting and dangerous missions to make the world a better place.

In The Terminals, Royce Buckingham tells the riveting story of a covert team of young, terminally ill teens who spend their last year alive running dangerous.