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Blueback
Blueback Tim Winton
Blueback is an achingly beautiful story about family, belonging, and living a life in tune with the environment, from Tim Winton, one of Australia's best-loved authors.
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The Amazingly Disorganised Help Dictionary
The Amazingly Disorganised Help Dictionary Georgia Productions
Do you ever feel like your head’s the most random place, like you’ll be listening in class and then whoosh! suddenly you’re thinking about dogs, or monobrows or that time you tried to catch a fish with your bare hands? Okay that could just be my head! But maybe it’s yours too . . .
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The Fault In Our Stars
The Fault In Our Stars John Green
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green (author of Looking for Alaska and Paper Towns) is a teen romance with a twist, exploring the tragic business of being alive and in love. Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw - The Fault in Our Stars is perfect for young adults and adults alike.
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Chinese Cinderella
Chinese Cinderella Adeline Yen Mah
When Adeline Yen Mah's mother died giving birth to her, the family considered Adeline bad luck and she was made to feel unwanted all her life.
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Alice-Miranda at School: 10th Anniversary Edition
Alice-Miranda at School: 10th Anniversary Edition Jacqueline Harvey
A gorgeous hardback edition of Alice-Miranda at School to celebrate ten years since the pint-sized heroine bounced into our lives.
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Boy
Boy Roald Dahl
Roald Dahl vividly shares his memories; some are funny. Some are painful. Some are unpleasant. All are true.
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Undercover Princess
Undercover Princess Connie Glynn
The Princess Diaries meets Harry Potter in brand new series The Rosewood Chronicles.
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Toad Rage
Toad Rage Morris Gleitzman
The epic story of one slightly squashed cane toad's hunt for the truth. And the fun and games that result.
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The Upside-down History of Down Under
The Upside-down History of Down Under Terry Denton, Alison Lloyd
Read the un-put-down-able history of Down Under – unexpected, heroic and sometimes tragic. But never ever boring.
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Things a Map Won't Show You: Stories from Australia and Beyond
Things a Map Won't Show You: Stories from Australia and Beyond Susan La Marca, Pam Macintyre
Sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic, always compelling, this collection featuring both established writers and emerging talent will broaden your horizons and excite your imagination.
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Jessica Rules the Dark Side
Jessica Rules the Dark Side Beth Fantaskey
Newly minted vampire princess Antanasia Dragomir can barely summon the courage to speak at meetings of the Elders, let alone mete out the harsh vampire justice she's expected to deliver as a ruler. 
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Run
Run Tim Sinclair
Dee loves the freedom and risk of parkour. And when he's set the ultimate parkour challenge he can't resist, but has he got himself in way over his head? Run is an unmissable paranoid thriller - genre fiction meets literary verse novel.
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Pirouette
Pirouette Robyn Bavati
Great read for 12+ girls set in the ballet world, by best-selling author Robyn Bavati.
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Frankie
Frankie Shivaun Plozza
Frankie Vega is angry. Just ask the guy whose nose she broke. Or the cop investigating the burglary she witnessed, or her cheating ex-boyfriend or her aunt who's tired of giving second chances . . .
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The Bone Queen: A Book of Pellinor
The Bone Queen: A Book of Pellinor Alison Croggon
Critically acclaimed fantasy author Alison Croggon introduces readers to the world of Pellinor in this compelling story of Cadvan's struggle for redemption.
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One Step
One Step Andrew Daddo
Hilariously funny yet painfully poignant. This is a powerful and insightful story from a much-loved Australian writer and media personality.
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Just Breathe
Just Breathe Andrew Daddo
A compelling coming-of-age story for teenagers from much-loved Australian author and media personality, Andrew Daddo.
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The Things I Didn't Say
The Things I Didn't Say Kylie Fornasier
A story of doubt, love, friendship, and the power of words we say and those we don't. 'I hate the label Selective Mutism - as if I choose not to speak, like a kid who refuses to eat broccoli. I've used up every dandelion wish since I was ten wishing for the power to speak whenever I want to. I'm starting to wonder if there are enough dandelions.' After losing her best friend that night, Piper Rhodes changes schools, determined that her final year will be different. She will be different. Then she meets West: school captain, star soccer player, the boy everyone talks about. Despite her fear of losing everything all over again, they fall in love without Piper ever speaking one word to West. But can a love mapped by silence last?  
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Yellow
Yellow Megan Jacobson
Kirra and the ghost make a pact. She'll prove who murdered him almost twenty years ago if he makes her popular, gets her parents back together, and promises not to haunt her. But things aren't so simple, and Kirra realises that people can be haunted in more ways than one.
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The Farseekers: The Obernewtyn Chronicles Volume 2
The Farseekers: The Obernewtyn Chronicles Volume 2 Isobelle Carmody
Since their takeover of Obernewtyn, the secret community of Misfits has flourished, protected by their remoteness. Led by Elspeth Gordie, whose extraordinary powers set her apart even among her Misfit friends, an expedition sets out to rescue a powerful Misfit in a distant part of the Land. 
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Of a Boy
Of a Boy Sonya Hartnett
The year is 1977, and Adrian is nine. He lives with his gran and his uncle Rory; his best friend is Clinton Tull. He loves to draw and he wants a dog; he's afraid of quicksand and self-combustion.
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The Keeping Place: The Obernewtyn Chronicles Volume 4
The Keeping Place: The Obernewtyn Chronicles Volume 4 Isobelle Carmody
After a kidnapping, Elspeth Gordie and the Misfits are forced to join the rebellion against the oppressive Council, using their extraordinary mind powers.
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Anna and the French Kiss
Anna and the French Kiss Stephanie Perkins
Can Anna find love in the City of Light?
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