Do Death: For a life better lived | Author: Amanda Blainey
Death has a 100 per cent success rate. We can't escape its inevitability nor can we deny its existence. So, when someone close to us dies or we are confronted with our own mortality, why are we utterly unprepared?
Do Death, Amanda Blainey seeks to transform our lives through our relationship with death. By inviting us to accept death as a natural part of life, she encourages us to think about what really matters - and live more consciously. With uplifting wisdom from leaders and visionaries, this book is a manual for living, at any stage in life.
Author: Amanda Blainey
17.8 x 12cm
Basquiat: Boom For Real | Author: Eleanor Nairne ; Dieter Buchhart ; Lotte Johnson
Basquiat first came to prominence when he collaborated with Al Diaz to spray-paint enigmatic statements under the pseudonym SAMO (c). From there he went on to work with others on...
Indigenous Australia Map | AIATSIS
A best-selling publication and absolute must have for anyone who wants to learn about the lifeways of Indigenous Australians. An attractive educational tool which aims to represent all the language...
The Sydney Harbour Bridge: A Life (Revised Edition) | Author: Peter Spearritt
On 19 March 1932, after nine years of planning and building, more than a million Australians crossed the newly opened Sydney Harbour Bridge, the largest arch bridge in the world....