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A procession of animals are going on a pilgrimage to the tomb of St Francis of Assisi. The journey is long and arduous, so one night Chaucer the cat suggests that each animal takes a turn to tell a story, to entertain its companions: these are their tales.
From the Creation to Easter this collection of Bible Stories for the very young is a wonderful introduction to the Old and New Testaments. Sure to be a favourite for reading aloud or alone, this is a book that will be treasured by all the family.
This collection of engaging and vigorous essays examine what makes the 'history business' tick. Davison demonstrates that Australia's history can be relevant to the issues we confront everyday at the governmental level, at work, and in our communities.
Over 250 major sites are treated in this book, and many more in passing from Iceland across Europe through Georgia to Ussuriland in southeast Russia. Countries, archipelagos and islands are treated alphabetically, the introduction to each being accompanied by a map showing major routes and the distribution of sites.
Thousands of Australians can't hear enough from the Reverend Tim Costello. In times when rapid change, materialism and competitiveness threaten to overwhelm so much of what we used to hold dear, Tim Costello senses a common cry across Australia: what can we do?
It's a great time to be in a reading group! Discover new titles and books you might not normally pick up and buy, or re-examine books you already know and love. You can make your reading experience richer and more rewarding by being a member of a reading group and meeting others who are interested in sharing their reading experience. ... find out more
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