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Be in to WIN $2,000 worth of books!

Purchase one of the titles from our Christmas Gift Guide and get yourself in the draw to win $2000 worth of books!*

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Deliciously Ella's Sri Lankan Curry

I cook big curries like this a lot for my friends and family and they’re always a hit. They’re also a good way of introducing people to plant-based meals, as a curry feels familiar. This one is a particular favourite, as it’s got so much flavour. The squash is tossed with curry powder and roasted until tender with some red peppers, it’s then tossed into a pan with more spices – sautéed cumin and mustard seeds, and some garlic and onion, which then simmer with galangal, tomato purée, ground ginger, lime juice and coconut milk.

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A Discovery of Witches

It begins with absence and desire. It begins with blood and fear. It begins with a discovery of witches.

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Zoya Patel at the Lit Crawl

Zoya Patel is a writer and editor based in Canberra. She is the Founding Editor of independent feminist journal, Feminartsy, through which she publishes the work of writers from across Australia, hosts monthly feminist reading nights, and co-hosts the Read Like a Feminist bookclub. Zoya writes fiction, non-fiction and memoir, and has had her work published in a range of publications including Junkee, Women's Agenda, i-D.co, Right Now, The Canberra Times and more.

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Be in to WIN with Shhh! Don't Wake the Baby

The baby is asleep and all is well. All is quiet until...

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The Survival Game by Nicky Singer

In a world full of checkpoints and controls, can love and hope defy the borders?

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Our writers at WORD Christchurch

Juno Dawson grew up in West Yorkshire, writing imaginary episodes of DOCTOR WHO. She later turned her talent to journalism, interviewing bands before writing for a Brighton newspaper. Until recently, Juno worked as a teacher, specialising in PSHE. She is most proud of her work surrounding anti-bullying and family diversity. In 2014 she became a School Role Model for the charity STONEWALL. In 2015, Juno announced her intention to undergo gender transition and live as a woman.

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Enid Blyton for Everyone!

Enid Blyton's books have been a right of passage for generations of children. She wrote over 600 books and hundreds of short stories, including favourites such as The Famous Five,The Secret Seven, The Magic Faraway Tree, Malory Towers and Noddy.

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Welcome to the World of Donovan Bixley

Have fun with these Donovan Bixley activity sheets!

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Our Writers at the Auckland Writers Festival 2018

Born in 1963 to Jamaican parents living in Brixton, Alex Wheatle spent most of his childhood in a Surrey children's home. He returned to Brixton in 1977 where he founded the Crucial Rocker sound system and performed his own songs and lyrics under the name of Yardman Irie. He spent a short stint in prison following the Brixton uprising of 1981. Following his release from prison he continued to write poems and lyrics and became known as the Brixton Bard.

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