‘Walking Free’ by Munjed al Muderis

  In 'Walking Free', author Munjed al Muderis, retells his amazing life story as a surgeon, and privileged son of wealthy Iraqis, who became an illegal immigrant in an Australian detention centre, and then went on to become a world leading orthopaedic surgeon. Munjed’s life was altered in a single moment when his surgical team … Continue reading ‘Walking Free’ by Munjed al Muderis

Terra Formars by Yu Sasuga & Ken-ichi Tachibana

Over the past decade scientists have been busy  terraforming (transforming a planet so that it can support and sustain human life) the planet Mars.  It’s the 26th century and Earth’s population is reaching its breaking point. To ensure the survival of humanity, earth dwellers look to Mars. With the planet successfully terraformed, humans hope to … Continue reading Terra Formars by Yu Sasuga & Ken-ichi Tachibana

James et la Grosse Pêche by Roald Dahl

James et la Grosse Pêche or James and the Giant Peach is the French edition of the much-loved young people's book, written by renowned author Roald Dahl. When our protagonist James Henry Trotter loses his parents in a horrific rhinoceros accident, he is forced to move in with his Evil Aunt Sponge and Wicked Aunt … Continue reading James et la Grosse Pêche by Roald Dahl

My Gallipoli by Ruth Starke & Robert Hannaford

Tomorrow is ANZAC day. As such, our first #bookoftheweek takes us back to 1915. The story ‘My Gallipoli’ lets you walk the lives of many, without leaving the comfort of your seat. The story begins in Turkey with Shepard Adil Sakin enlisting to defend his homeland, his Gelibolu. As it continues we meet a soldier transporting … Continue reading My Gallipoli by Ruth Starke & Robert Hannaford