All the Light We Cannot See Film-Tie-In

A beautiful, stunningly ambitious novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. Marie Laure lives with her father in Paris within walking distance of the Museum of Natural History where he works as the master of […]

Our Voices From the Heart

A behind-the-scenes book about the Uluru Statement From The Heart, from the co-chairs of the Uluru Dialogue, Professor Megan Davis and Patricia Anderson, AO. The Australian story began long before the arrival of the First Fleet. We Australians all know this. We have always known this. Australia finds itself standing on the edge of a […]

Hitler, Stalin, Mum & Dad

From longstanding political columnist and commentator Daniel Finkelstein, a powerful memoir exploring both his mother and his father’s devastating experiences of persecution, resistance and survival during the Second World War. Daniel’s mother Mirjam Wiener was the youngest of three daughters born in Germany to Alfred and Margarete Wiener. Alfred, a decorated hero from the Great […]

Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers About Refugees

A powerful exploration of what it means to be a refugee. With simple, direct questions, thoughtful, compassionate answers and stunning illustrations by the Ukrainian artist Oksana Drachkovska, this book explores what it really means to be a refugee. Written with advice from the Refugee Council and drawing on conversations with refugees and aid workers from […]

Alias Anna

A Sydney Taylor Book Award 2023 Middle Grade Notable. A Jewish Book Council Award Middle Grade Finalist. The moving true story of how young Ukrainian Jewish piano prodigies Zhanna (alias “Anna”) and her sister Frina outplayed their pursuers while hiding in plain sight during the Holocaust. A middle grade nonfiction novel-in-verse by award-winning author Susan […]

The Diary Keepers

They were ordinary people in extraordinary times. This deeply moving book interweaves the diaries of seven people in the Netherlands to offer a startling tableau of daily life during the Second World War – encompassing those who were persecuted and those who policed, enforcing Nazi rule. Anne Frank was not the only one listening when, […]


The mesmerizing, larger-than-life tale of an eccentric adventurer who traversed some of the greatest frontiers of the twentieth century, from uncharted Arctic wastelands to the underground resistance networks of World War II. Deep in the Arctic wilderness, Peter Freuchen was buried alive under the snow. During a sudden blizzard, he had taken shelter underneath his […]

The Great Gallipoli Escape

Renowned for her historical fiction titles, Jackie French now tells the story of the brilliant and famous evacuation of Gallipoli. Sixteen-year-old Nipper and his Gallipoli mates Lanky, Spud, Bluey and Wallaby Joe are starving, freezing and ill-equipped. By November 1915 they know that that there is more to winning a war than courage. The Gallipoli […]

Becoming Mrs Mulberry

From bestselling author Jackie French comes a book about the secrets we carry, those that we unearth – and those that are too dangerous to tell. The once impoverished medical student Agnes Glock is now the fabulously wealthy Mrs Mulberry. Her estate in the mountains is magnificent, a haven for those too ravaged by the […]