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The first book about legendary indie rock band TMBG, placing their 1990 album Flood in context of the explosion of geek culture through the 1990s.
This book provides practical suggestions and guidance on supporting young children learning English as an additional language. It concludes with a tool for self-reflection and evaluation.
This is the first extended discussion of the relationship between John's Gospel and Jewish apocalyptic thought. It is conducted by leaders in the field.
A touching, surprising, controversial and original family memoir, from the unique mind of well-known comedy figure Paul Livingston - aka Flacco.
Tender and brutal and blazingly brilliant, the new novel from the acclaimed author of the international bestseller The Slap takes an unflinching look at modern Australia - at our hopes and dreams, our friendships, and our families - and asks what it means to be a good person and what it takes to become one.
The thrilling and very funny follow up to The Sleeping Army.
There is no better record of events then the New York Times and now, The Times of the Seventies captures the history, culture, and personalities of the decade through hundreds of hand-selected articles and compelling original commentary in this unique and fascinating book.
A cutting-edge survey of industrial techniques available for use by designer-makers, packed with case studies and examples of work by contemporary applied artists. Includes a downloadable design to modify and print and guidance on how to brief a bureau service.
Graphic Encounters offers ways of thinking about how comics and graphic novels have been, and can be used to teach and enhance literacy skills.
With short accessibly written chapters, What is Qualitative Interviewing? explores a range of interview types and practices, and provides illuminating examples with diagrams and extracts.