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Coun­try Women’s As­so­ci­a­tion Coun­try Clas­sics


You will find more than 400 tried and true clas­sics and back to ba­sics recipes in this new edi­tion. This go-to cook­book is per­fect for new­bies and kitchen whizzes. Think home-style cook­ing such as rhubarb and ap­ple pie, lemon but­ter, Edna’s sponge sand­wich and de­li­cious scones.

How e Finch Got His Colors by An­neMarie Guertin and He­lena Pérez Gar­cía


This de­light­ful chil­dren's book tells how the Goul­dian finch, na­tive to Aus­tralia, be­came the world’s most beau­ti­ful bird. Rain­bow de­scended to be­stow her colours on all the drab birds, but the lit­tle Goul­dian misses out un­til the oth­ers share.

Leaf Sup­ply by Lau­ren Camil­leri & Sophia Ka­plan

Smith Street Books

Pro­fil­ing more than 100 in­door plants, with com­pre­hen­sive information on how to keep them in shape, this book has a beau­ti­ful lay­out and in­spir­ing images. It also of­fers styling ad­vice, from choos­ing pots to in­te­grat­ing plants into the home and work­place.

e Ital­ian Gar­den by Ce­cilia Hewlett & Narelle McAuli e

ames & Hud­son

Gar­den de­signer Paul Ban­gay’s brief was sim­ple: to trans­form a car park and dump­ing space into a court­yard gar­den that would com­ple­ment the sur­round­ing ar­chi­tec­ture. This is a story of a once-grand Ital­ian palazzo brought back to life by an Aus­tralian de­signer with Ital­ian sen­si­bil­i­ties.

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