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Faber & Faber Poetry Diary 2018

Various Poets

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $24.99

A full colour hardback A5 size desk diary with a week to a view, with 40 poems. Illustrated throughout with vintage and contemporary book jackets, the diary has a sturdy cover and an elastic closure.

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Too Right

Peter Chudd with James Colley

AUD $22.99

A satirical state of the union delivered by the most marginalised voice in Australian media: an angry, white male.

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Treasure Palaces

edited by Maggie Fergusson

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

From Julian Barnes to Tim Winton, great writers give us personal tours of the museums they treasure.

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Love Voltaire Us Apart

Julia Edelman, illustrated by Hallie Bateman

Format: Paperback

AUD $16.99

An hilarious spoof relationship guide with a philosophical edge, made up of philosophers' love letters, advice columns and breakup letters.

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How to DAD Volume 2

Jordan Watson

AUD $19.99

More hilarious stuff from international internet sensation How to DAD.

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Where the Wild Dads Went

Katie Blackburn

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $19.99

The hilarious sequel to Where the Wild Mums Are.

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Big Questions From Little People . . . Answered By Some Very Big People

Gemma Elwin Harris

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

An illuminating and essential handbook for curious children and their perplexed parents: over 100 real questions from children, answered by some of our best-loved and most knowledgeable experts.

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Stewart Lee

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

A brilliantly funny and observant new book from the comedian and bestselling author of How I Escaped My Certain Fate.

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1,234 QI Facts to Leave You Speechless

John Lloyd, John Mitchinson and James Harkin

AUD $17.99

The fourth in QI's bestselling facts series, and the most dazzling yet - now in paperback!

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Uncle Dysfunctional

AA Gill, illustrated by Gerald Scarfe and edited by Alex Bilmes

AUD $24.99

Highlights from AA Gill's brilliantly acerbic advice columns from his time as Esquire's agony uncle.

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