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That Burning Summer is the 2nd release from exciting new novelist Lydia Syson. Her first was the award winning A World Between Us, gaining much positive critical attention. That Burning Summer, set in England during the summer of 1940, sees Syson successfully delving back into the genre of historical fiction.

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That Burning Summer
CBCA 2013 Winner The vastness, the isolation and the uniqueness of Australia's landscape lends itself to many practical problems to be solved - not least how people managed to get their mail, arm chairs, and petrol supplies into their homes! Tom the Outback Mailman provides a glimpse into the not so distant past, telling the story of one particular man who solved that problem for countless people, including how he approached a particular soggy problem!

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Tom the Outback Mailman
The Fair Dinkum War from the talented David Cox captures the experience of Word War II from the eyes of a young child.
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The Fair Dinkum War
A beautifully simple fable set against the wonderful backdrop of Ancient Egypt from the multi talented Graeme Base. Opening a Graeme Base book is always a pleasure. Eye popping illustrations fill the pages inviting the reader in to discover so much more hidden within its depths.

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The Jewel Fish of Karnak
Chris McKimmie uses his unique style and imagination to tackle the Brisbane Floods from the perspective of young Alex, thus creating a highly compelling and creative picture book.

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Alex and the Watermelon Boat
The latest offering from award winning children's author Jack Gantos is a superb blend of fact with fiction. Intertwining autobiographical highlights from his childhood in the small town of Norvelt with a superb range of characters, events and twisting plots Gantos has created an entertaining, humorous and delightfully bizarre novel which instantly grabbed My Book Corner's attention.

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Dead End in Norvelt
With 25th April 1915 as its starting point A Day to Remember charts the reason, the meaning and the validity of this day through to the present time and beyond ...

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A Day to Remember - The Story of Anzac Day
My Book Corner loves this non-fiction book for its plethora of varied content making it a history lovers dream. The blend of photographs, artefacts, paintings and a variety of original documents mean Titanic Unclassified is truly able to provide a most comprehensive guide to a much talked about tragedy.

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Titanic Unclassified
Do Not Forget Australia by Sally Murphy is a poignant picture book about Henri, about France, about Billy and about Australia. It is based on the true story of how strong bonds are developed in the face of adversity, where people pull together in a show of human kindness no matter how large the distance between them.

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Do Not Forget Australia
"Then, without warning, traditional Anangu life - grounded in the Dreaming, measured by the cycle of the seasons - was disrupted forever."

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Maralinga - The Anangu Story
 
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