<p>Our homes respond to the way that we live, reflecting the different stages in our lives and revealing aspects of our character. They need to be flexible - a space for working and relaxing, for entertaining, eating and sleeping, for family and pets. Whether you are a f... read more
2004. A fine, unmarked copy.
|Author:||Paul Donnelly; Elisabeth Spathari; Terence Measham|
The ancient Olympic Games began in 776 BC and ran for over 1000 years, waning during the Roman Empire and the advent of Christianity. The ancient games were imbued with a sacred significance. This book brings together some of the obj... read more
2000. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy.
1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die will excite anyone who loves to read
New Burlington Books, 2006. Reprint. A fine copy in near new condition.
Why do human beings cook their food? What does a gene look like? How do insects see the world? The answers to these intriguing questions and 998 more, ranging from astrology to zoology, are revealed in this fascinating book. Find out everything you want to know... read more
2008. First Australian edition. A near fine copy only marked by light rubbing to the rear board.
Hodder, 2005. A fine, unmarked copy in a very good d/w with some wear to the base of the front panel.
1981. First edition. A near fine copy only marked by faint spotting to the top edge. The d/w is very good with superficial signs of wear only.
|Author:||WALTER CARRUTHERS SELLAR AND ROBERT JULIAN YEATMAN|
1999. Eight printing. A fine, unmarked copy. No slipcase.
Dell, 1966. First thus. A paperback copy in good condition. lightly worn and creased wraps. Internally clean but with lightly tanned pages.
|Author:||RIK DOVEY AND SALLY SAMINS|
Ellsyd Press, 1986. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a fine d/w.
Travel Australia Publications, 1977. 12 different cards in fine condition enclosed in a lightly foxed specially designed envelope.
Review, 2003. First edition, second printing. A near fine copy only marked by uniform browning of the pages. The d/w is very good and unclipped with only light bottom edge bumping.