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from 23 October 2018 to 21 April 2019

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 B2342
 B2370
 B2731
 B2790
 B2791
 B2792
 B2793
 B2794
 B4980
 B5377
 B5917
 B6022
 B6129
 B6144
 B6231
 B6317
 B6330
 B6354
 B6695
 B6738
 B6762
 BE1032
 BE1034
 BE1038
 BE1040
Books produced in the past    ( Total: 25 )

Fiction

  • Title : Carpentaria moon
    Carpentaria moon
    • Author : Allyne, Kerry.
    • Transcriber : Shirley Crowe.
    • System Number : B2342
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 3 volumes
    • Summary :
      Was there nothing that would please this man!
      Was there nothing that would please this man! It was love at first sight when Eden landed at the tropical Australian cattle station on the Carpentaria Gulf. She knew she wanted to stay forever. But Eden quickly learned that only one person at Arrunga River Station did the hiring; Court Buchanan, not his stepbrother, Alick, who had offered her the job as tourist manager. And even when "the Boss" consented to a trial period, Eden began to wonder just what it would take to win this man's approval!

  • Title : Burning down the house
    Burning down the house
    • Author : McInerney, Merry.
    • Transcriber : Shirley Crowe.
    • System Number : B4980
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      Fast-pace funny and intelligent, story of a woman who supports her husband while he writes his first novel, then finds herself overlooked when he became a celebrity and a playboy.
      Fast-pace funny and intelligent, story of a woman who supports her husband while he writes his first novel, then finds herself overlooked when he became a celebrity and a playboy.

  • Title : At the altar : matrimonial tales
    At the altar : matrimonial tales
    • Author : Montgomery, L. M. (Lucy Maud)
    • Transcriber : Connie Craig.
    • System Number : B5377
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 3 volumes
    • Summary :
      Collection of 19 funny and romantic short stories from the author of "Anne of Green Gables" novels.
      Collection of 19 funny and romantic short stories from the author of "Anne of Green Gables" novels.

  • Title : Calder pride
    Calder pride
    • Author : Dailey, Janet.
    • Transcriber : Mary Szabo.
    • System Number : B6144
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 7 volumes
    • Summary :
      When her fiance is killed, Cat Calder retreats to the homestead to mourn.
      When her fiance is killed, Cat Calder retreats to the homestead to mourn. One reckless night leads to a chance encounter with a gray-eyed stranger.

  • Title : Carolina moon
    Carolina moon
    • Author : Roberts, Nora.
    • Transcriber : Mary Szabo.
    • System Number : B6231
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 8 volumes
    • Summary :
      Tory Bodeen has returned to her hometown of Progress, South Carolina, to face the fearsome memories of her childhood friend Hope's death and rebuild her life in a town that once betrayed her.
      Tory Bodeen has returned to her hometown of Progress, South Carolina, to face the fearsome memories of her childhood friend Hope's death and rebuild her life in a town that once betrayed her. Struggling to balance the disturbing recollections, Tory finds comfort in the arms of Hope's older brother, Cade Lavelle. Though she sets about developing relationships with old friends and establishing her own business, Tory's worst fears come true and her past catches up to her: Tory's unique role in Hope's death makes her not only the focus of the Lavelle family's hatred, but the next choice for Hope's killer, who is still at large.

  • Title : An irresistible impulse
    An irresistible impulse
    • Author : Delinksy, Barbara.
    • Transcriber : Anne Todd.
    • System Number : B6317
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      Sitting in a Vermont jury room, Abby Barnes finds herself actually hoping to be chosen.
      Sitting in a Vermont jury room, Abby Barnes finds herself actually hoping to be chosen. The trial is sensational. Then she meets fellow juror Ben Wyeth, a witty and charming college professor who shows Abby just what's been missing from her life.

  • Title : April fool : an April Taub investigation
    April fool : an April Taub investigation
    • Author : Fein, Yvonne.
    • Transcriber : Shirley Crowe.
    • System Number : B6330
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 5 volumes
    • Summary :
      Detective novel featuring April Taub, an undercover Nazi hunter and daughter of Holocaust survivors.
      Detective novel featuring April Taub, an undercover Nazi hunter and daughter of Holocaust survivors. A moment of indiscretion reveals a nationwide conspiracy with possibly fatal consequences to herself and her organisation. Forced to cross the continent in search of clues, she soon realises that none of the people she's trusted are what they seem. Author has edited the 'Melbourne Chronicle' and 'Generation', as well as two volumes of memoirs by Holocaust survivors, one of which won the National Book Council's inaugural Banjo Award for Biography.

  • Title : Blue diary
    Blue diary
    • Author : Hoffman, Alice.
    • Transcriber : Ethel Hird.
    • System Number : B6354
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 5 volumes
    • Summary :
      Ethan and Jorie, the perfect, beautiful couple have been married for 13 years and are still in love.
      Ethan and Jorie, the perfect, beautiful couple have been married for 13 years and are still in love. Ethan is a pillar of the local community. But 13 years ago, far away in Maryland, he committed a brutal rape and murder. And now, out of the blue, a phone call is about to change his life forever.

  • Title : Bird of prey
    Bird of prey
    • Author : Armstrong, Vivien.
    • Transcriber : David Sheppard.
    • System Number : B6695
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      Fay Browne is a middle-aged solicitor living with her family in the small village of Renham.
      Fay Browne is a middle-aged solicitor living with her family in the small village of Renham. One fateful night, Fay witnesses a woman's apparent suicide in front of a train and becomes deeply involved in the inquest. Did she jump or was she pushed?

Nonfiction

  • Title : Advanced Marketing and Selling Skills
    Advanced Marketing and Selling Skills
    • Author : Edge Training Solutions.
    • Transcriber : Association for the Blind of WA (Inc).
    • System Number : B2370
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      Course manual.
      Course manual.

  • Title : And the journey begins
    And the journey begins
    • Author : Axelrod, Cyril.
    • Transcriber : David Sheppard.
    • System Number : B2731
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 2 volumes
    • Summary :
      Autobiography of Father Cyril Axelrod.
      Autobiography of Father Cyril Axelrod. Born deaf to a Jewish family in South Africa, he converted to Catholicism and became a priest. Although he grew up under apartheid, he did pioneering multiracial work. In later life he lost his sight. He continues to minister to the deafblind in places all over the world.

  • Title : All in my stride : John Gilmour's story : Changi to world champion
    All in my stride : John Gilmour's story : Changi to world champion
    • Author : Harris, Richard.
    • Transcriber : Connie Craig.
    • System Number : B5917
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      All In My Stride tells of John Gilmour's early days living in a group settlement in the South West of Western Australia, the struggle for survival during the Great Depression, enlistment in the Army as a fit young man, and his coming to terms with major damage to his eyesight through malnutrition in Changi gaol.
      All In My Stride tells of John Gilmour's early days living in a group settlement in the South West of Western Australia, the struggle for survival during the Great Depression, enlistment in the Army as a fit young man, and his coming to terms with major damage to his eyesight through malnutrition in Changi gaol. Worse was to come - nightmare years as a slave labourer in Japan. On his subsequent return to Japan as a world champion veteran athlete he received the respect of his rivals and honours from authorities. Richard Harris wrote John Gilmour's story as a message of hope to people of all ages everywhere - to have a vision, to keep going, and to take setbacks in one's stride.

  • Title : An unselfish life : the Pat Roles story
    An unselfish life : the Pat Roles story
    • Author : Stenmark, Marea.
    • Transcriber : Association for the Blind of WA, Inc.
    • System Number : B6022
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 3 volumes
    • Summary :
      When Pat Roles was told she was pregnant with triplets, all she could do was cry.
      When Pat Roles was told she was pregnant with triplets, all she could do was cry. It had taken all her courage to risk motherhood again after losing her first baby after birth. Now faced with three babies, Pat was terrified. Would they all survive? How would she and husband, Brian, cope? An Unselfish Life is the story of one mother's determination to never accept less than the best for her children. Born prematurely, the lifesaving oxygen given to Cameron, Vaughan, and Nigel at birth came at a cost - all three became blind. Pat Roles has constantly refused to accept ignorance and prejudice. She fought for her boys' rights to education in the normal school system, for their right to join the Boy Scouts, for their right to grow up as happy, independent, fulfilled human beings.

  • Title : Anecdotes and antidotes
    Anecdotes and antidotes
    • Author : Cooper, Harry.
    • Transcriber : Mary Szabo.
    • System Number : B6129
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      Dr.
      Dr. Harry Cooper, Australia's favourite vet and much-loved star of 'Harry's Practice', has a lifetime's worth of stories to tell about his experiences with animals and their owners.

  • Title : Black kettle and full moon : daily life in a vanished Australia
    Black kettle and full moon : daily life in a vanished Australia
    • Author : Blainey, Geoffrey.
    • Transcriber : Connie Craig.
    • System Number : B6738
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Volume : 6 volumes
    • Summary :
      A lively and fascinating journey into Australian daily life in the period from the first gold rushes to the World War One.
      A lively and fascinating journey into Australian daily life in the period from the first gold rushes to the World War One. Blainey paints a fascinating picture of how our forebears lived - in the outback, in towns and cities, at sea and on land.

Children's Fiction

  • Title : Samantha learns a lesson : a school story
    Samantha learns a lesson : a school story
    • Author : Adler, Susan S.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2790
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      Samantha is determined to help nine-year-old Nellie, attending school for the first time, with her school work and learns a great deal herself about what it is like to be a poor child and work in a factory.
      Samantha is determined to help nine-year-old Nellie, attending school for the first time, with her school work and learns a great deal herself about what it is like to be a poor child and work in a factory.

  • Title : Samantha's surprise : a Christmas story
    Samantha's surprise : a Christmas story
    • Author : Schur, Maxine.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2791
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      The two weeks before Christmas are filled with activity as Samantha finishes her homemade presents and makes preparations for visiting relatives.
      The two weeks before Christmas are filled with activity as Samantha finishes her homemade presents and makes preparations for visiting relatives.

  • Title : Happy birthday, Samantha! : a springtime story
    Happy birthday, Samantha! : a springtime story
    • Author : Tripp, Valerie.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2792
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      When Samantha's tenth birthday party is spoiled by the boy next door, Aunt Cornelia and her young twin sisters try to ease Samantha's disappointment by inviting her and Grandmary to visit them in New York City where she discovers the modern delights of the turn-of-the-century city.
      When Samantha's tenth birthday party is spoiled by the boy next door, Aunt Cornelia and her young twin sisters try to ease Samantha's disappointment by inviting her and Grandmary to visit them in New York City where she discovers the modern delights of the turn-of-the-century city.

  • Title : Samantha saves the day : a summer story
    Samantha saves the day : a summer story
    • Author : Tripp, Valerie.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2793
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      While spending the summer at Grandmary's summer home on Goose Lake, Samantha and her twin cousins decide to visit the island where Samantha's parents were drowned during a storm.
      While spending the summer at Grandmary's summer home on Goose Lake, Samantha and her twin cousins decide to visit the island where Samantha's parents were drowned during a storm.

  • Title : Changes for Samantha : a winter story
    Changes for Samantha : a winter story
    • Author : Tripp, Valerie.
    • Transcriber : Carol Grace.
    • System Number : B2794
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      When she discovers that Nellie and her sisters have been sent to an orphanage, Samantha, now living with her aunt and uncle in New York City, tries to help her friends as much as she can.
      When she discovers that Nellie and her sisters have been sent to an orphanage, Samantha, now living with her aunt and uncle in New York City, tries to help her friends as much as she can.

  • Title : Being Brandie
    Being Brandie
    • Author : Tucker, Mary.
    • Transcriber : Ethel Hird.
    • System Number : B6762
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 2 volumes
    • Summary :
      Brandie has just turned 12 and now everything seems to be different.
      Brandie has just turned 12 and now everything seems to be different. Her body is changing in strange ways and her father suddenly expects her to behave like a young lady. Worst of all, Brandie and her mother can't agree about anything. But when her Mum gives her some letters, Brandie starts to see things differently.

  • Title : Arthur accused! : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 5
    Arthur accused! : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 5
    • Author : Krensky, Stephen.
    • Transcriber : Barbara Mandelbaum.
    • System Number : BE1032
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      Arthur's friend Buster is searching for a crime to solve.
      Arthur's friend Buster is searching for a crime to solve. When the quarters Arthur has collected for Mrs. MacGrady's charity drive mysteriously disappear, Buster is committed to cracking the case. Will Buster be able to prove Arthur's innocence so that he can attend the class picnic?

  • Title : Arthur and the lost diary : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 9
    Arthur and the lost diary : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 9
    • Author : Krensky, Stephen.
    • Transcriber : Aaron Sol Mandelbaum.
    • System Number : BE1034
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      When Arthur finds Sue Ellen's lost diary at the library, he wonders whether or not to read it before he returns it to her.
      When Arthur finds Sue Ellen's lost diary at the library, he wonders whether or not to read it before he returns it to her.

  • Title : Buster's dino dilemma : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 7
    Buster's dino dilemma : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 7
    • Author : Krensky, Stephen.
    • Transcriber : Aaron Sol Mandelbaum.
    • System Number : BE1038
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      When Arthur's third-grade class goes hunting for fossils at the state park, Buster actually finds one.
      When Arthur's third-grade class goes hunting for fossils at the state park, Buster actually finds one. He wants to keep it. Can Arthur persuade Buster to return the important discovery, or will it stay buried forever in the back of Buster's closet?

  • Title : Arthur and the Crunch Cereal Contest : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 4
    Arthur and the Crunch Cereal Contest : a Marc Brown Arthur chapter book, Book 4
    • Author : Krensky, Stephen.
    • Transcriber : Barbara Mandelbaum.
    • System Number : BE1040
    • Collection : Children's Fiction
    • Volume : 1 volume
    • Summary :
      When Arthur hears his sister singing a catchy tune, he wonders if he could call that jingle his own and enter it in the Crunch Cereal Contest.
      When Arthur hears his sister singing a catchy tune, he wonders if he could call that jingle his own and enter it in the Crunch Cereal Contest.