|Awards:||Long-listed for Indie Book of the Year - Non-Fiction 2016 (Australia) and Australian Book Industry Awards 2016 (Australia).|
Paul Keating is widely credited as the chief architect of the most significant period of political and economic reform in Australia's history. Twenty years on, there is still no story from the horse's mouth of how it all came about. No autobiography. No memoir. Yet he is the supreme story... read more
Alfred Deakin - scholar, spiritualist, prime minister - was instrumental in creating modern Australia. In the first biography of Deakin in more than half a century, the acclaimed political historian Judith Brett deftly weaves together his public, private and family lives. She... read more
|Author:||Malala Yousafzai; Christina Lamb|
A MEMOIR BY THE YOUNGEST RECIPIENT OF THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
As seen on Netflix with David Letterman"I come from a country that was created at midnight. When I almost died it was just after midday."
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When Gough Whitlam died on 21 October 2014, his legacy to the Australian people was a nation transformed. With all royalties going to the Whitlam Institute, this tribute traces his extraordinary life through the photographers' lens from his childhood and meeting his great love Margaret, to the soaring... read more