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  1. Lee Lin Chin – fashionista, newsreader, Gold Logie loser, social media superstar and Prime Chinister of Australia – has finally deigned to write an advice book. Here she shares her views on all the important topics, from acceptable careers (bartender; brewer) to her favourite cocktail recipe (beer, preferably obscure Japanese, served on ice). Written with Lee Lin’s inimitable flair and contempt for all beneath her, this book will give you the Chinspiration you need to live a transcendent life.
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  2. You Can Always Find Someone To Have A Beer With! : The Phil O'Brien Collection
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  3. Iced Beer and Other Tantalising Tips for Life
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  4. Great Australian Beer Yarns
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  5. I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell
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  1. Sheila O’Flanagan’s MY MOTHER’S SECRET is a thought-provoking and unputdownable novel about a family reeling from the news that nothing about their parents’ marriage is what they believed it to be. A wonderful read perfect for fans of Veronica Henry and Lisa Jewell.When Steffie helps her two siblings organize a surprise wedding anniversary party for their parents her only worry is whether they’ll be pleased. What she doesn’t know is this is the day that her whole world will be turned upside down.Jenny wants to be able to celebrate her ruby anniversary with the man she loves, but for forty years she has kept a secret. A secret that she can’t bear to hide any longer. But is it ever the right time to hurt the people closest to you?As the entire family gather to toast the happy couple, they’re expecting a day to remember. The trouble is, it’s not going to be for the reasons they imagined…What readers are saying about My Mother’s Secret: ’A novel with humour and heartache and a believable ending. Heart-warming, entertaining and very enjoyable’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars’Sheila O’Flanagan always seems to create a cast of characters that you can identify with and care about. My Mother’s Secret is no exception. I found myself instantly connecting with them’ Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars’A great book in true Sheila O’Flanagan style. The characters are all great warm-hearted Irish folk and there are many laughs and twists and turns along the way’ Amazon reviewer, 5 stars
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  2. Learn how to write comedy that makes people laugh.Masterclass: Writing Comedy will reveal to both beginners and experienced writers the distinctive features that mark out comedy from other forms of creative writing. Having identified these, it will help you then to unlock your inner anarchist, and explore the different elements of comedy, using a combination of practical exercises, insight and creative inspiration. Whatever your preferred comic genre, you will find guidance on everything from wordplay and visual humour to plots, comedy characters and different styles.A section on performance will help you to hone stand-up skills, while chapters on stage and screen will give techniques and tips on how to craft a sitcom or create a sketch show. Finally, there is a uniquely frank but useful section on the realities of the markets, and the actualities of going it alone with self-publishing and self-promotion – or the tools you need to successfully pitch an idea or comic manuscript.ABOUT THE SERIES The Teach Yourself Creative Writing series helps aspiring authors tell their stories. Covering a range of genres from science fiction and romantic novels to illustrated children’s books and comedy, this series is packed with advice, exercises, and tips for unlocking creativity and improving your writing. And because we know how daunting the blank page can be, we set up the Just Write online community, at tyjustwrite.com, for budding authors and successful writers to connect and share.
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  3. Jenny rushes in; stops and turns pale at the sight of my scaffolded neck. This isn’t what she expected to see – and for a moment Jenny, sunny, effervescent, ever-optimistic Jenny, stares at me and can’t speak. ’They made a mistake – I broke my neck after all.’ Jenny begins to cry. And I think that maybe this is what best friends are for, not to be brave for you, but to tell you this is real, and it stinks. Anna is used to being athletic, popular, ‘normal’. Now she feels the layers of her familiar self being peeled away; nothing is normal or easy. Can she pick up the pieces of her life? What part will Hayden and Luke play? And who, now, is Anna Duncan?
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  4. Four Hilarious Novels of Heart, Humour and Wishes Gone Wrong. THE PARENT AGENCYBarry said, a third time, “I wish I had better parents!” And then suddenly the entire room started to shake……there is a world, not far from this one, where parents don’t have children. In this world, children are allowed to choose their parents. For Barry Bennett this world seems like a dream come true. Only things turn out to be not quite that simple…THE PERSON CONTROLLERFred and Ellie are twins. Not identical but they do like all the same things, especially video games.When they meet the Mystery Man, who sends them a very special video game controller it seems to be the answer to all their problems and the key to all their wildest dreams…ANIMALCOLMMalcolm doesn’t like animals. Which is a problem because his family love them. Their house is full of pets. What the house is NOT full of is stuff Malcolm likes. Such as the laptop he wanted for his birthday.The only bright spot on the horizon is the school trip, so he finds himself on the bus, heading to… oh no. A farm!Over the next days, Malcolm changes. He learns a lot about animals and what it’s really like to be an animal. It does make him think differently. And speak differently. And eat differently. And, um, smell differently. But will he end up the same as before?BIRTHDAY BOYWhat if it was every day?This is the story of Sam Green, who really, really, really loves birthdays. He loves the special breakfasts in bed. The presents. The themed parties. Blowing out the candles on his cake. Everything.He is so excited about his 11th birthday, in fact, that he wishes it was his birthday every day. Sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for…
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  5. Full of black humour – warm and deliciously funnyTake one woman, her partner Antman and their dog Fleabag, pack up the car, turn up the country music and you’ve got one spirited road trip ‘makin room for all the good things in life, like family, laughin, travellin and, best of all, love’.Me, Antman and Fleabag is packed to the roof with wicked black humour, eccentric aunties, six-fingered redheads, and martyrs to the cause of sheep well-being – all carried along with a dose of Slim Dusty thrown in for good measure.Gayle has a gift for telling tales, making them sparkle with warmth and pathos in equal measure. Like Vivienne Cleven’s Bitin’ Back, it is an incisive and funny look at contemporary Indigenous life and the family and friends that make it up. So hold on to your boongalungs; this’ll be a crackin ride.
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  6. Overflowing with warmth, playful humour, energy and love, this gorgeous celebration of a baby’s loveliness makes a wonderful gift. Oh my yummy one, my utterly lovely one! Look at you, so gorgeous! So opens a glorious song from parent crane to adored and adorable little cranelet … and with every turn of the page the song draws other species into the circle of love. This is a perfect read-aloud book that simply oozes affection and positivity and celebrates every person, every animal for who they are.
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  7. Relive all of the humour and action of LEGO Star Wars in this fun-filled activity book! Includes mazes, matching, code-breaking, puzzles and more!
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  8. THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER and 2017 Humour Book of the Year pick’Laugh-out-loud hilarious’ – Chortle’I don’t think I’ve ever read a book that has made me cry with laughter as much as this one. It was very difficult reading it in public as I looked like a madman’ – Richard Herring ’James Acaster has a brilliant comic mind, crackling with energy every bit as much as his corduroy slacks’ - Milton JonesJames Acaster has been nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award five times and has appeared on prime-time TV shows like MOCK THE WEEK, LIVE AT THE APOLLO and RUSSELL HOWARD’S STAND UP CENTRAL.But behind the fame and critical acclaim is a man perpetually getting into trouble. Whether it’s disappointing a skydiving instructor mid-flight, hiding from thugs in a bush wearing a bright red dress, or annoying the Kettering Board Games club, a didgeridoo-playing conspiracy theorist and some bemused Christians, James is always finding new ways to embarrass himself.Appearing on Josh Widdicombe’s radio show to recount these stories, the feature was christened ‘James Acaster’s classic scrapes’. Here, in his first book, James recounts these tales (including never-before-heard stories) along with self-penned drawings, in all their glorious stupidity.
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  9. ‘Andrew tells us things about the songs that we might not know and things about the songs that no one should ever know. He does it with intelligence and humour, not to mention an acid wit.’ – Jimmy Barnes Which band is Australia’s premier act for drunk men to hug to? Which dance floor smash owes its existence to an elderly Canadian stand-up team? How does housing affordability threaten Australian rock? Which surprising artist is technically Australia’s arguably-more-successful Beatles? Which of our alternative national anthems were written by Americans? What ultra-Australian song cut ‘Vegemite’ from its lyrics for being too on the nose? And most importantly, what’s with all the bagpipes? Andrew P Street-writer, critic and obsessive Australian music weirdo-tries to answer these and many, many, many other questions you never thought to waste time asking in this history of Australia in 50 songs (or so). Deeply cheeky, unashamedly nostalgic and endlessly enthusiastic, this is a dive into our national playlist from the birth of rock’n‘roll to the reign of Australian hip hop and just about everything in between. ’Andrew P Street book is a pithy, funny and accurate look at 50 famous Australian songs and quite frankly any lover of Aussie music would be sorely amiss if he did not take a good squiz at this book with Street’s interesting and often irreverent stories of how each of these songs came to be.’ – Steve Kilbey, The Church ’Andrew P Street is a ridiculously infectious writer. His tone can be sharp and impertinent and he can be quirky but in the end he is authentic, original and writes his astute observations with beautiful clarity.’ – Lindy Morrison, the Go-Betweens ’Humour, candour and big heartedness in music writing? Blow me down. You’ve always been a good ‘un Street. Walk on.’ – Tim Rogers, You Am I
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  10. Written with candour and humour, the “Sunscreen” series offers preteens and teens advice on the topics that interest them most in a compact, highly illustrated paperback that fits conveniently in a handbag or backpack. Not too glib and not overly serious, the “Sunscreen” books deliver just the right information, and the freedom and protection that come with it. This “Sunscreen” title deals with one of the most complicated relationships facing teens – how to communicate with their fathers. It seems as though dads often have trouble understanding their teens or managing their expectations. Some teens feel as though they are completely misunderstood or are pretending to be someone who they aren’t, just to try to make their fathers happy. This book helps teens to understand the ways in which their relationship is changing so that better communication can be possible, while they simultaneously dealing with new desires to be independent and act as an individual.
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  11. Told with heart and humour, The Boy at the Back of the Class is a child’s perspective on the refugee crisis, highlighting the importance of friendship and kindness in a world that doesn’t always make sense.There used to be an empty chair at the back of my class, but now a new boy called Ahmet is sitting in it.He’s nine years old (just like me), but he’s very strange. He never talks and never smiles and doesn’t like sweets – not even lemon sherbets, which are my favourite!But then I learned the truth: Ahmet really isn’t very strange at all. He’s a refugee who’s run away from a War. A real one. With bombs and fires and bullies that hurt people. And the more I find out about him, the more I want to help.That’s where my best friends Josie, Michael and Tom come in. Because you see, together we’ve come up with a plan. . .With beautiful illustrations by Pippa Curnick
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  12. `Shriver’s intelligence, mordant humour and vicious leaps of imagination all combine to make this a novel that is as unsettling as it is entertaining’ FINANCIAL TIMES The brilliant new novel from the Orange Prize-winning author of We Need to Talk about Kevin. It is 2029. The Mandibles have been counting on a sizable fortune filtering down when their 97-year-old patriarch dies. Yet America’s soaring national debt has grown so enormous that it can never be repaid. Under siege from an upstart international currency, the dollar is in meltdown. A bloodless world war will wipe out the savings of millions of American families. Their inheritance turned to ash, each family member must contend with disappointment, but also – as the effects of the downturn start to hit – the challenge of sheer survival. Recently affluent Avery is petulant that she can’t buy olive oil, while her sister Florence is forced to absorb strays into her increasingly cramped household. As their father Carter fumes at having to care for his demented stepmother now that a nursing home is too expensive, his sister Nollie, an expat author, returns from abroad at 73 to a country that’s unrecognizable. Perhaps only Florence’s oddball teenage son Willing, an economics autodidact, can save this formerly august American family from the streets. This is not science fiction. This is a frightening, fascinating, scabrously funny glimpse into the decline that may await the United States all too soon, from the pen of perhaps the most consistently perceptive and topical author of our times.
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  13. With perfect pacing, the multiple award-winning, best-selling team of Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen dig down for a deadpan tale full of visual humour. From the award-winning team behind Extra Yarn, and illustrated by Jon Klassen, the Kate Greenaway-winning creator of This Is Not My Hat and I Want My Hat Back, comes a perfectly paced, deadpan tale full of visual humour. Sam and Dave are on a mission. A mission to find something spectacular. So they dig a hole. And they keep digging. And they find … nothing. Yet the day turns out to be pretty spectacular after all. Attentive readers will be rewarded with a rare treasure in this witty story of looking for the extraordinary – and finding it in a manner they’d never expect.
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  14. A.M Homes returns with signature humour and psychological accuracy, to tell thirteen stories exposing the heart of an uneasy 21st-century America. In tales of a family obsessed with the surfaces of their lives, or the story of a shopper who suddenly finds himself nominated to run for President, she explores our attachments to each other through characters who aren’t quite who they hoped to become, though there is no one else they can be. Her first book since the Women’s Prize-winning May We Be Forgiven, Days of Awe is another visionary, fearless and outrageously funny work from a master storyteller.
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