Julie Goodwin is Australia's original Masterchef and the beloved hero of kitchens across the country. In this book, she gives you access to incredible cooking that's easily mastered and can be achieved with readily available ingredients. Finally, a cookbook that values practical knowledge over unseen finesses and the magic of the camera. Something you can cook from again and again.
It's unashamed essentials cooking and the results are delicious.
See What I Have Done is one of the creepiest and most addictive novels to come out this year and book lovers everywhere can't stop talking about it. If you're buying for someone who gets engrossed in cold-blooded thrillers, then look no further.
"Eerie and compelling, Sarah Schmidt breathes such life into the terrible, twisted tale of Lizzie Borden and her family, she makes it impossible to look away.' – Paula Hawkins, bestselling author of The Girl on the Train
Buying for that design-obsessed mum? That mum who window shops every antique shop she comes across and rearranges the living room every time the seasons change?
It's Beautiful Here is a book that celebrates gorgeous homes and the wild personalities that live in them. Going through this book, you'll not only drool over the mind-blowing photography, you'll also absorb inspiring, practical advice on making any living space a creative wonder. The perfect indulgence.
From activated almonds to kale kombuchas, people today can't get enough of the healthy lifestyle and at its centre is Sarah Wilson, the woman who quit sugar for life.
But all the organic food in the universe won't banish the beasts in our brains. One in three Australian women live with anxiety and Sarah Wilson is one of them. In this beautifully packaged, thoughtful and frank new book, she shows us what it takes, not to banish our beasts, but to make them beautiful.
Big Little Lies is on the list of every bookclub, in the hands of every commuter and is being raved about in every lunchroom across the universe. Now, thanks to Nicole Kidman and HBO, the runaway success is hitting TV screens too.
Don't miss out on the scarily realistic brilliance that is Liane Moriarty.
Foodies are obsessed with the delicious, healthy and colourful creations of Hetty McKinnon's Arthur Street Kitchen as illustrated in her mega bestseller Community. Continuing to sell thousands of copies all over the world, this book has been proclaimed as the cookbook that finally made salad cool.
Now McKinnon has returned with another overnight success, Neighbourhood, an even more beautifully made kitchen miracle packed with simple, ingenious recipes that are perfect for sharing.
From medieval France to contemporary Tasmania, two remarkable women discover their strengths, passions and loves in this remarkable debut novel.
Luscious French gardens, windswept Tassie coastlines, sun-drenched Tuscan hillsides and more. This beautiful story, steeped in sumptuous foods and botanical beauty, is perfect for those reader who want to completely lose themselves.
Mamamia founder and TV and radio regular, Mia Freedman is a major star that mums everywhere know and love. She's also a mum of three and in this book, she chooses not to gloat about her fame and tell you how easy it is to be a successful woman, she wants to be honest about the good and bad that comes in life and how her failures have been her greatest gift in life.
In Work Strife Balance, she lets herself become vulnerable on the page which makes for insightful and uplifting reading
"Funny, raw, fierce and - at heart - profoundly generous." – Annabel Crabb
You might not recognise Valli Little but if yours is a Mum who likes to bake, there's a very good chance that she's used Valli's recipes again and again.
After learning in some of the world’s best restaurants, Valli has been the powerhouse behind delicious. magazine for 14 years and has written a slate of bestselling cookbooks under the delicious. namesake. This book showcases her recipes at their best - easy to follow and geared toward the perfect taste for every occasion.
The perfect lyrical and uplifting novel complete with a gorgeous cover to wow this Mother's Day.
A Hundred Small Lessons is the story of two brilliant Australian mothers and how their lives converge in one hot wet Brisbane summer. It is the triumphant return of Ashley Hay, author of the widely-acclaimed The Railwayman's Wife. We love the way the idea of home comes alive in this novel and how it speaks to Australians, young and old, of the beautiful and, at times ugly, realities of family. We think it's an absolute winner.