Humour & Gift

Bryan Strauchan: My Story

Peter Helliar

Format: Paperback

AUD $23.99

The warts and all story of Bryan 'Strauchanie' Strauchan (rhymes with Warne) - an inspirational tale of a rise to fame from humble beginnings, of a sportsman's courage and determination to follow his dreams, and an expose of what really goes on behind the scenes of an AFL club.

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Walking Ollie

Stephen Foster

Format: Paperback

AUD $21.95

What's a man to do when his dog plays hard to get?

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Modern Phobias

Tim Lihoreau

AUD $22.95

From Agmenophobia, fear of getting into the wrong queue ... to Visulibophobia, fear of seeing the film of a book, Modern Phobias introduces you to the weird and wonderful world of contemporary phobias.

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What Every Man Wants

Andrew Mann, introduction by Frankie Dettori

AUD $24.95

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Good Granny Guide

Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

Hilarious, indispensable and full of useful tips for the modern grandmother.

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Nagging for Beginners

Wendy Harmer

Format: Paperback

AUD $14.99

A wickedly funny little illustrated gift book on the art of nagging - perfect for women to give to their partners (and for very brave men to give to their wives ) - from Australia's Queen of Comedy, Wendy Harmer.

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The Complete Book of Aunts

Rupert Christiansen

AUD $29.95

An entertaining and touching exploration of aunts in all their guises and varieties

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In Search Of The Holden Piazza

Chris Warr and Joe Kremzer

Format: Paperback

AUD $27.99

Chris and Joe take to the road, touring the highways and byways of Australia on a quest to discover what became of the Holden Piazza - possibly the dodgiest car ever to be imported into Australia. A boys' own adventure of cars, cricket commentary, improbable adventures and even more improbable characters.

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Reasons Not to Move to the Country

Judy Rumbold

AUD $35.00

How often have you found yourself talking wistfully with friends of relocating to the country, as if it will offer a magical solution to all the woes of city living? Fresher air, better schools, a less stressful existence.

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