NUTRITIONIST and author Catherine Saxelby has provided plenty of food for thought for her readers over the years. Now, one of her most successful books is back with some added ingredients.
TIMBERMAN Ian Ridgway has expertly dovetailed family and personal history with factual events, true stories and bushmen's tales in the Red Cedar - Red Gold trilogy.
A HEALTHY body needs a healthy gut. And the best way to keep your gut, and the billions of microbes living in it, happy and healthy, is with a good diet. This is where The Good Gut Cookbook comes in.
THE narrator of Tracy Sorensen's The Lucky Galah, a galah called Lucky, is no birdbrain, but a sharp observer of fate, Australia and what it means to be human.
DO YOU know what a Butcher's Revenge is? Lonely Planet's latest book on America has the answer - and we have a copy to giveaway.
AFTER three decades in the business, Australia's much-loved dancing queen Rhonda Burchmore continues to turn heads wherever she goes whether she's in a cabaret show or on the big screen.
WHEN Anthony Radford retired as professor of general practice from Flinders University at the age of 56, he knew he had many good years ahead of him: so he decided to use his time as a locum for doctors in rural and remote SA.
HE MAY have forged his fame from a successful rugby league career, but these days ET - Andrew Ettingshausen to those not in the know - is one of Australia's fishing gurus.
The humble Anzac biscuit's history is explored in a new book Anzac Biscuits by culinary historian Allison Reynolds - and we have two copies to giveaway.
The Senior review's Edwin Barnard's new book Spinning Tops and Gumdrops: Childhood in Colonial Australia which reveals it was not a case of all play and no work for colonial children, who got by using imagination, skill and daring.