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  1. 1939. On her first day at Woolworths, Sarah Caselton meets glamorous Maisie and shy Freda. The trio couldn't be more different but they soon form a tight-knit friendship, sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Sarah falls into the...

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  2. BOOK 1 IN THE WOOLWORTHS SERIES 1939. On her first day at Woolworths, Sarah Caselton meets glamorous Maisie and shy Freda. The trio couldn’t be more different but they soon form a tight-knit friendship, sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Sarah falls into the warmth and rhythm of her new job, enjoying the social events hosted by Woolies and her blossoming romance with the young assistant manager, Alan. But history waits for no one, and with the threat of war clouding the horizon, the young men and women of Woolworths soon realize they may not have the luxury of a carefree youth or the time to fall in love . . . The Woolworths Girls is a heart-warming tale of friendship, family and hope in the face of war. PRAISE FOR THE WOOLWORTHS GIRLS “Heartwarming … a must-read.” Woman’s Own “A lovely read.” Bella

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  3. BOOK 2 IN THE WOOLWORTH SERIES 1942. All across Britain, people’s lives have been altered by the war, and for the girls of Woolworths it’s no different. Sarah, Maisie and Freda, brought together by their jobs, now cling to the shop as a refuge. But outside of Woolies, they live in fear of what each day will bring. Alan, Sarah’s husband, will soon be called up once more as a member of the Air Force, while Freda’s dear brother is in the Navy and fighting his war at sea. Maisie, meanwhile, longs for a child and a settled family life but is determined to do her bit for the war effort. As the year draws to a close, the girls must rely on their friendship more than ever before to navigate the dark days that lie ahead . . . Christmas at Woolworths is the heartfelt sequel to Elaine Everest’s bestselling debut The Woolworths Girls.

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  4. Down, down . . . In hardware, petrol, general merchandise and liquor, and above all in groceries, Coles and Woolworths jointly rule Australia’s retail landscape. On average, every man, woman and child in this country spends $100 a week across their many outlets. What does such dominance mean for suppliers? And is it good for consumers? In Supermarket Monsters, journalist and author Malcolm Knox shines a light on Australia’s twin mega-retailers, exploring how they have built and exploited their market power. Knox reveals the unavoidable and often intimidating tactics both companies use to get their way. In return for cheap milk and bread, he argues, we as consumers are risking much more- quality, diversity and community.

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  1. BOOK 1 IN THE WOOLWORTHS SERIES 1939. On her first day at Woolworths, Sarah Caselton meets glamorous Maisie and shy Freda. The trio couldn’t be more different but they soon form a tight-knit friendship, sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Sarah falls into the warmth and rhythm of her new job, enjoying the social events hosted by Woolies and her blossoming romance with the young assistant manager, Alan. But history waits for no one, and with the threat of war clouding the horizon, the young men and women of Woolworths soon realize they may not have the luxury of a carefree youth or the time to fall in love . . . The Woolworths Girls is a heart-warming tale of friendship, family and hope in the face of war. PRAISE FOR THE WOOLWORTHS GIRLS “Heartwarming … a must-read.” Woman’s Own “A lovely read.” Bella

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  2. BOOK 2 IN THE WOOLWORTH SERIES 1942. All across Britain, people’s lives have been altered by the war, and for the girls of Woolworths it’s no different. Sarah, Maisie and Freda, brought together by their jobs, now cling to the shop as a refuge. But outside of Woolies, they live in fear of what each day will bring. Alan, Sarah’s husband, will soon be called up once more as a member of the Air Force, while Freda’s dear brother is in the Navy and fighting his war at sea. Maisie, meanwhile, longs for a child and a settled family life but is determined to do her bit for the war effort. As the year draws to a close, the girls must rely on their friendship more than ever before to navigate the dark days that lie ahead . . . Christmas at Woolworths is the heartfelt sequel to Elaine Everest’s bestselling debut The Woolworths Girls.

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  3. The New Law of Torts Case Book is a collection of edited cases, designed as a companion to The New Law of Torts textbook. It provides students with access to a carefully selected range of case extracts of seminal judgements that have created and shaped the modern law of torts, provides examples of judicial reasoning and illustrates approaches to doctrines that govern the interpretation and construction of statutes. Cases extracted in this volume allow the readers to form their own opinions and perspectives on themes and issues presented in the textbook.New to this editionExpanded collection of case extracts that mirror the table of contents of principles text.Recent key cases that have been added include: Wallace v Cam [2013] HCA19 – relates to remoteness of damage and causation and proof of breach Strong v Woolworths [2012] HCA 5; 246 CLR 182 – relates to Breach of Duty of Care and Causation and Proof of Breach Levy v Watt and Anor [2014] VSCA 60 – relates to Torts of Intentional Interference with Goods and Personal Property and Defences to Intentional TortsThe New Law of Torts Pack includes both The New Law of Torts 3rd edition and The New Law of Torts Case Book 3rd edition.

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  4. In the style of In Search of Excellence and Built to Last the first edition of First XI identified 11 Australian organisations as winners and provided comprehensive analysis of their winning framework. The companies and organisations included: Brambles, Woolworths, Rio Tinto and the SalvationArmy.Now, more than three years later, the authors re-examine their choices to see whether indeed their analysis holds true. Have these companies continued to perform in all the areas that put them in the original First XI?Chapters will be added on where are they now, the strategic cycle and how to start the analysis process to other organisations.

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  5. Principles of Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 2nd Edition is a student-focused, approachable textbook designed as a complete course companion for all stages and levels of study. The inclusion of summaries, revision questions and problem questions make it highly useful for students approaching the subject for the first time, or for more advanced students preparing for exams. Updates and developments in the new edition include the following: discussion of a new offence in Queensland, unlawful striking causing death (s 314A, Criminal Code (Qld)); development of the provocation defence for murder as a defence pursuant to s 304(7) (Criminal Code (Qld)). An accused person must prove provocation for murder on the balance of probabilities and the prosecution must negative it beyond reasonable doubt: Strong v Woolworths Ltd; new commentary on “Anti-bikie” legislation in Queensland (Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013 (Qld)), which came into effect in 2013. The Act provides mandatory sentences for people who commit serious offences as part of their participation in a gang; new case law which holds that it is the role of the judge and not the prosecutor to determine the appropriate sentence and range of sentences: Barbaro v The Queen; Zi-rilli v The Queen; discussion of major developments in the offence of fraud in Queensland: R v Dillon; Ex parte Attorney-General (Qld); and new commentary on attempt liability in Western Australia: Weggers v WA. Until 2014 the Western Australian Court of Appeal had almost settled on a test for determining when conduct was an attempt to commit an offence and not “merely preparatory”. After Weggers, the Court of Appeal abandoned the quest for a general test in this complex area and reverted to a ‘case by case’ approach – requiring even closer scrutiny of the facts and circumstances of each case. Principles of Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia, 2nd Edition is an essential tool for those wishing to learn the principles of criminal law in the Code States of Queensland and Western Australia.

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  6. A succinct, authoritative and accessible introduction to Australian torts law The seventh edition of Focus: Torts is designed to assist students to develop a greater understanding of torts by identifying and explaining the key areas of study. Using a straightforward, structured approach and written in plain English, the authors help demystify even the most complex of legal concepts. The authors extensively cover both common law principles and Australian statutory regimes, providing a detailed account of similarities and differences among all Australian jurisdictions. The text has a particular emphasis on problem-solving, providing the reader with numerous opportunities to develop critical thinking skills and to practise answering legal problem questions. In addition to incorporating recent case law and legislative changes, this new edition has been significantly restructured and includes new chapters on Defamation and an Overview of Negligence. Significant new cases explored in this new edition include: Wallace v Kam (2013)Strong v Woolworths Ltd (t/as Big W) (2012)Amaca Pty Ltd v Booth (2011)Barclay v Penberthy (2012)Hunt & Hunt Lawyers v Mitchell Morgan Nominees Pty Ltd (2013)Bunnings Group Ltd v CHEP Australia (2011) Features: Succinct and accessible discussion of the key principles of tort lawUser-friendly design and strong pedagogic featuresComprehensive coverage of all Australian jurisdictions

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  7. Evidence: Commentary and Materials 8th Edition introduces general principles and theoretical perspectives of the law of evidence, covering all Australian jurisdictions and explaining State by State variations. The most significant change since the previous edition is the expansion of the Uniform Evidence Acts (UEA) into Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory, leaving Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia as the remaining common law States. As a result, legislative references have been updated throughout, replacing Victorian references with examples from Queensland and South Australia. Up until now, cases from New South Wales have dominated the UEAs but Victoria will provide a counterbalance in future, as evidenced by Dupas v The Queen, where the Victorian Court of Appeal declined to follow New South Wales authority. This inconsistency between Victoria and New South Wales has been brought into sharper focus following the decision in R v XY, where the New South Wales Court of Criminal Appeal preferred its own previous authority in R v Shamouil to that of Victoria’s in Dupas v The Queen. The disparity between New South Wales and Victoria will most likely have to be resolved by the High Court. Another important change is the amendment of the UEAs following a review by the ALRC, which has included amendments to allow second-hand or remote hearsay subject to the exceptions relating to admissions in criminal proceedings. Other developments include expansion of the freshness rule to cover other considerations apart from time; amendments to the UEA credibility provisions; and recent legislative reform to the right to silence in New South Wales. New cases covered in this edition include: Baker v The Queen (hearsay exclusionary rule); HML v The Queen and Asplin v Western Australia (similar fact evidence); Lithgow City Council v Jackson and Dasreef Pty Ltd v Hawchar (High Court interpretations on opinion evidence); Robinson v Woolworths Ltd, Fleming v The Queen, and DPP v Marijancevic (discretion to exclude illegally or improperly obtained evidence); Braysich v The Queen, and Strong v Woolworths (burden and standard of proof); Evans v The Queen (relevance and documents); and AK v State of Western Australia (visual identificaiton evidence).

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  8. Each new title from Herve Tullet invites children to travel further into an intensely creative interaction with the book itself. Previously “Imagine”, “The Scribble Book” and “The Colouring Book” brought a whole new sense of anarchic fun to children’s activity titles. Now “The Book with a Hole” blasts a hole through the middle of the book itself. Sometimes the Hole is an eye the reader can look through, sometimes it is a mouth and the reader’s fingers make the teeth! The next minute it is a plate (with food drawn by the reader on a sheet of paper behind the book), an obstacle to jump across or a saucepan. It’s crazy! It’s a Book with a Hole! Packed full of Tullet’s zany drawings and inventive ideas, this is bound to enchant children of all ages.

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  9. This item is unique design and high quality. This is the product for people who want to make their place stylish and it would bring exotic culture of India. Features: -Book box.-Brass corners and overlay.-Product Type: Letter Openers.-Construction: Other.-Style: Contemporary.-Use: Book Storage.-Colour: Medium Wood Office Organizers.-Compartments: 0-5.-Distressed: No.Specifications: -17.5cm L x 12.5cm W x 7cm D.

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  10. Glottogon offer a fantastic range of bi-lingual books from ages 0 to 10 years of age.   All books are designed in Australia by a fantastic team of illustrators and designers who create books, activity sets and puzzles which make learning fun for babies, toddlers and kids. You will love the vibrant illustrations, and each book is made from durable, safe materials. First reading book with modern colourful fun images Teaches everyday words in a fun and enjoyable format My Week covers days of the week family members and everyday words from the home and surrounds 20cm x 20cm 8 pages Board book with rounded foam edges Perfect fit for small hands – wipe down finish Last page has a parents’ summary which encourages questions and answers to check that new words have been understood Used by several language schools and kindys as the first step to new language acquisition Ages 2-4 years ENGLISH

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  11. 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up is a fun handbook for book lovers and their families to read, check off, and give their own book reviews. 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up provides a comprehensive list of kid-friendly books for children to read before they grow up. This must-read review list acts as an interactive journal where kids can document the books they read, why they like them, and how they rate them. Divided into sections by subject, from fairy tales and fantasy to sports and nonfiction, 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up celebrates the importance of reading and encourages family participation to develop lifelong readers. The perfect reference guide for book lovers of all ages, 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up helps both kids and parents decide which books to read next!

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  12. This book is about a book. A magical red book without any words. When you turn the pages you’ll experience a new kind of adventure through the power of story.Winning a Caldecott Honor for its illustrations of rare detail and surprise, The Red Book crosses oceans and continents to deliver one girl into a new world of possibility, where a friend she’s never met is waiting. And as with the best of books, at the conclusion of the story, the journey is not over.

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  13. A brand new Bob Books boxed set featuring 12 easy-to-read stories! Great for kindergarten and first grade readers, this boxed set includes twelve mini-books. This set is the perfect stepping stone to independent reading since it contains four level A books, four level B’s, two level C’s, and two level D’s. In typical Bob Books style, these mini-books have lots of repetition, friendly illustrations, and silly stories. Bob Books First Stories is a great companion to Bob Books Set 1: Beginners and Sight Words Kindergarten and First Grade.

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  14. This book has been an inspiration to thousands since its first publication, for within its pages lie the answers to all the questions of daily life. HOW TO USE- 1. Hold the closed book in your hand, on your lap or on at table. . Take 10 or 15 seconds to concentrate your question. . While visualizing or speaking your question (one question at a time), place one hand palm down on the books’s front cover and stroke the edge of the pages back to front. . When you sense the time is right, simply open the book and there will be your answer. . Repeat the process for as many questions as you have.

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  15. A 2017 GUARDIAN BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR ’Joyous . . . Readers will love this fascinating book’ Cathy Rentzenbrink’A godsend with the present season approaching’ Irish Independent’The perfect gift for a book-obsessed friend’ Stylist, 50 Unmissable Books for Autumn 2017 Absence doesn’t make the heart grow fonder. It makes people think you’re dead. So begins Christopher Fowler’s foray into the back catalogues and backstories of 99 authors who, once hugely popular, have all but disappeared from our shelves. Whether male or female, domestic or international, flash-in-the-pan or prolific, mega-seller or prize-winner – no author, it seems, can ever be fully immune from the fate of being forgotten. And Fowler, as well as remembering their careers, lifts the lid on their lives, and why they often stopped writing or disappeared from the public eye. These 99 journeys are punctuated by 12 short essays about faded once-favourites: including the now-vanished novels Walt Disney brought to the screen, the contemporary rivals of Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie who did not stand the test of time, and the women who introduced us to psychological suspense many decades before it conquered the world. This is a book about books and their authors. It is for book lovers, and is written by one who could not be a more enthusiastic, enlightening and entertaining guide. ’A bibliophile’s dream’ Financial Times’Excellent . . . Should be read by anyone who loves books’ Evening Standard’Will have readers scurrying into secondhand bookshops’ Guardian

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