The Soapy song is very unique as you can personalise it for your child. I encourage you to insert your child's name at the end of each chorus to enjoy this experience to its full effect. In this way you and your children can begin your own Soapy adventures. It is great to sing at bath time and play with a bar of soap. It is also great to sing and share the chorus at anytime you want to lift your mood.
Chloe, the mixed-race illegitimate daughter of a cattle baron inherits vast landholdings in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of Western Australia. The wealth has been accumulated by her father’s criminal actions brought on by the desperation to survive which saw him dragged into a conspiracy from which there was no escape. Chloe had been brought up on Venus Downs, unacknowledged by Henry Boyce, her natural father. On the death of her father and his adopted twin sons she is suddenly party to the ongoing crime. A young [read more...]
The book includes chapters on: Armageddon Global Warming The Fallacy of the Free Market The World Bank and the IMF The Global Financial Crisis The World Trade Organization Debt in Developing Countries The Simple Solution to World Poverty War and Peace—The Bane of the UN The Israeli Occupation of Palestine The September 11 Controversy Review Armageddon races away with chapters on the trouble with capitalism and the need for environmental sanity. I am reminded of the grand tradition of pamphleteering—one that used to [read more...]
At 11 years old, I had a lot of things: joy, pity, horror, fantasy, frustration and so on. I would love to share them with everyone around the world. These short stories, poems, essays, fantasy and recounts were written in my spare time. They are not intended to be as good as a scholar's work. I, as an 11 year old at the time, based these writings for fellow kids. I'm not a professional writer so not everything is perfect. So read my book and you will definitely miss your childhood in some way.
And the son will rise is a true story of courage, hope and survival, following the experiences of 18-year-old Douglas Cumper of the 24th AIF (Australian Imperial Forces) battalion during the First World War. Determined, venturesome and strong-spirited, Doug embarks on a perilous journey to the Western Front. Through confronting horrors of the front line, with his mates, he begins to question the value of life and how a turn of events can quickly tip the balance between life and death. With trepidation, his family back home in [read more...]
Can you remember the first time that you were taken to your local Show? Remember the hustle and bustle? The music! The rides! The games! The toys! The NOISE! For Chrissy, a delightful, vivacious, three year old girl, the local Show is just where her family took her. This was organized by Chrissy’s much loved Italian Grandmother, Nonna Marina. Chrissy’s first time to The Hayfield Spring Show was full of fun, laughter and excitement. So come along and join Chrissy on her amazing adventure.
Sam Harper believes that he is living the good life. He has a decent job, a girlfriend and a four legged pal called Shadow. At nineteen he doesn’t think he could get it much better than this. But things are about to throw his world into turmoil when his troubled past catches up with him. Now he has to fight to get back his girlfriend and his good life by revisiting a past that he thought he had left far behind him.
Kaleidoscope is Marcela’s Del Sol’s first work of fiction; a collection of beautifully written reflections about the life and struggles of a woman co-existing with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) and Dissociative Identity Syndrome (DID). Marcela Del Sol is an Australian writer, philanthropist and social activist. She moved to Australia from her home country, Chile, as a young adult, and, a few years ago, began to share her physical existence with multiple alters of her character, following a serious car accident. As the [read more...]
This book is the culmination of 87 years of stories - a trilogy to finalise the life of Bob Pearson - stories of real humour albeit at times self deprecating. From a Penny On Friday to A Peg Leg Hero and now Three Bob’s Worth - A trilogy of the life of a boy from the Lancashire cotton Mills through the Second World War to his time in Australia - a country that is dear to him and his family. (Hope everybody enjoys my stories as much as I do)