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1. Gallipoli (Large Print Edition) - Alan Moorehead

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The classic and definitive history of the Gallipoli campaign with a new introduction by Sir Max Hastings. Moorehead, the finest war correspondent of his generation, recounts why the campaign was so important in the lessons it taught and why it continues to have such an emotional hold on the present day, particularly in Australia and New Zealand.

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2. Gallipoli (Large Print Edition) - Alan Moorehead

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The classic and definitive history of the Gallipoli campaign with a new introduction by Sir Max Hastings. Moorehead, the finest war correspondent of his generation, recounts why the campaign was so important in the lessons it taught and why it continues to have such an emotional hold on the present day, particularly in Australia and New Zealand.

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3. Charlie And Isabella's Magical Adventures - Felicity McCullough

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This book contains a series of stories about two Angora goats that discover humans for the first time. The goats venture from their home in the Golden Berry Glen and meet Sophie and Jacob. They discover magical powers that they didn't know they had and use them to help Sophie and to delight Jacob. The goats decide to find Jacob for a second time and help him to find a fish. Much fun follows.

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4. Cricket and Snail - Mel McIntryreMel McIntyre

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Does slow and steady always win the race? Find out how two very different creatures try to outdo each other in a friendly contest, jumping and climbing and using their natural talents in the best way they can ... with surprising results. Suggested age range for readers: 3-7

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5. C - Tom McCarthy

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'C' follows the short, intense life of Serge Carrefax, a man who, as his name suggests, surges into the electric modernity of the early 20th century, transfixed by the technologies that will obliterate him.

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6. How to Create the Perfect Wife - Wendy Moore

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Thomas Day knew exactly the sort of woman he wanted to marry. Pure and virginal yet tough and hardy, she would live with him in an isolated cottage, completely subservient to his whims. As Day soon discovered, the woman of his dreams didn't exist in Georgian society. But rather than concede defeat, Day set out to create her.

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7. Butter Safe Than Sorry - Tamar Myers

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Mennonite innkeeper Magdalena Yoder is at the bank with her four-year-old son when three 'Amish' men, strangely sporting moustaches, burst in and start shooting - and swearing. Magdalena springs into action to catch the thieves.

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8. The Mistaken Wife - Rose Melikan

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Mary Finch is no stranger to adventure, but even she hesitates before accepting her new assignment. She must rely wholly upon a stranger, while deceiving her 'dearest friend', Captain Robert Holland.

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9. Just One More Summer (Large Print 16pt) - Julie McGowan

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Devastated by the breakdown of her marriage, Allie flees to the one place her heart can seek comfort: Cornwall, where she hopes childhood memories of a holiday with her father will sustain her while she sorts out her plans for the future. But fate has other ideas, and she finds herself drawn into an almost obsessive friendship with a band of strange bedfellows led by Marsha, an intense, ageing hippy with a powerful life force that at once comforts, stimulates and infuriates Allie. Her growing attraction to one of the golden group's men, Adam, bewilders her as she discovers that nothing in life is what it seems. Heading back to London, her life - complications only deepen - husband wants her back, father arrives unannounced from France, loopy mother proclaims yet another marriage - and the hardest part is yet to come for them all. Finally, Allie realises that she must confront the secrets and lies of her past - and Marsha's - before she can face her own future.

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10. One Way or Another The Story of a Girl Who Loved Rock Stars (Large Print 16pt) - Nikki McWatters

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I looked down at this man who adorned the bedroom walls of girls all over the world. His eyes were spinning, his makeup was melting and he had the goofiest grin on his handsome face. This was what the Vulture Club was about. This was fun. This was as rock and roll as it got. I was bedding this rock god on behalf of every teenage girl who had ever imagined doing exactly this - and it felt fantastic. In 1981, fifteen - year - old Nikki McWatters is living in a Gold Coast suburb, dragging herself through humdrum schooldays and dreaming of losing her virginity to a rock star. With three friends she starts the Vulture Club for aspiring groupies - and so begins a festival of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. By day Nikki is a dutiful student; by night she collects rock stars, crawling out her bedroom window and sneaking backstage to meet the band. As Nikki gets older, her conquests get bigger and the stakes get higher. Soon she finds herself in Sydney, chasing an acting career and carousing with her idols. From Australian Crawl to INXS, Pseudo Echo to Duran Duran, she is living her teenage dream - but is the groupie life all it's cracked up to be? One Way or Another is a rollicking ride through a world of pub rock, big hair, wild nights and mornings after. With irrepressible humour and a bulging little black book, Nikki McWatters recalls an age when everything seemed possible - even if everything wasn't such a good idea.

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11. Canadian Sports Sites for Kids Places Named for Speedsters, Scorers, and Other Sportsworld Citizens (Large Print 16pt) - Christopher MacKinnon

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In Canada, sports aren't just entertainment; they're literally part of the landscape. We've named everything from parks and streets to schools and stadiums after some of our favourite pro athletes and sports figures past and present.Wayne Gretzky Drive, Mike Weir Park, Roberto Luongo Arena, the Cindy Klassen Centre, Justin Morneau Field? Canadian Sports Sites for Kids is your entertaining, map - filled guidebook to hundreds of these special locations. The fast - paced stories, maps, and lists highlight everything you need to know about Canada's sports geography. Plus, explore other little - known sites of interest, such as: 'The Canadian city that named a park after an arm - wrestling promoter? The Ontario town that honoured a hockey fan with a place name? The Prince Edward Island village where the biggest street is named for the writer of 'The Hockey Song'? The whereabouts of Canada's only street named for a boxing champ.

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12. The River Charm (Large Print 16pt) - Belinda Murrell

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A river pebble on a charm bracelet has an astonishing true story to tell, of one family's bravery and survival in harsh colonial Australia . . . When artistic Millie visits a long - lost aunt, she learns the true story of her family's tragic past. Could the mysterious ghost girl Millie has painted be her own ancestor? In 1839, Charlotte Atkinson lives at Oldbury, a gracious estate in the Australian bush, with her Mamma and her sisters and brother. But after the death of Charlotte's father, things start to go terribly wrong. There are murderous convicts and marauding bushrangers. Worst of all, Charlotte's new stepfather is cruel and unpredictable. Frightened for their lives, the family flees on horseback to a stockman's hut in the wilderness. Charlotte's mother and the children must fight to save their property, their independence and their very right to be a family. Will they ever return together to their beautiful home? Based on the incredible true - life battles of Belinda Murrell's own ancestors, one of Australia's early artistic and literary families, the Atkinsons of Oldbury.

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13. Eating Disorders The Path to Recovery (Large Print 16pt) - Kate Middleton

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What is an eating disorder? What are the symptoms? What causes them? And is full recovery possible? Eating disorders are a growing issue - at least 2 percent of the females are now struggling with an eating disorder and studies amongst some groups such as teenage girls reveal much higher rates. This accessible and practical book helps readers to come to a full understanding of eating disorders and the various stages involved in recovery. It is essential reading for sufferers, their family and friends and also the interested reader. Writing from her experience of working with sufferers and drawing extensively on case histories, Dr Middleton explains what eating disorders are and why we develop them. Crucially, she offers guidance for setting out on the road to recovery.

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14. Bridge to Nowhere A Miz Mike Novel (Large Print 16pt) - Stephanie Parker McKean

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Best - selling crime author Mike Rice - or Miz Mike to her friends - is by nature inquisitive. (Or meddling, to her friends.) She also has a heart of compassion that gets her into trouble time and again, and her inability to really hear what God is saying to her doesn't help! So when a beautiful young stranger begs her to investigate the death of her sister, Mike is soon not - too - reluctantly embroiled in a mystery that involves the whole town of Three Prongs. She finds herself rapidly immersed in the illicit subculture in Texas Hill County - from dog fights to kidnappings, jealousy and murder - and her life is thrown into chaos as she takes in two troubled youngsters, to boot. And that's without the animals thrown in! Mike's crazy crush on the town heart - throb, retired film star and rodeo champion Marty Richards, fuels her impossible fantasies about the two of them hooking up. But when he does finally ask her out, her need to track down culprits and bring them to justice gets in the way every time. Will they finally settle on a date and keep it? And more importantly, will Mike's M&M fantasies ever grow roots in a real relationship? BRIDGE TO NOWHERE is the first book in the Miz Mike series.

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15. The Complete History of the SAS The Story of the World's Most Feared Elite Fighting Force (Large Print 16pt) - Nigel McCrerye

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There have been many books written on the SAS, most telling of individual events in the Regiment's history. This book tells the full story, from formation in the sand dunes of Africa in World War II to present action in the Middle East. You'll get an inside look at modern selection and training and the combat engagements that have made the SAS one of the most feared and respected special forces units. Contents: 1) 1940s Early History, WWII, disbanding; 2) 1950s Re - forming, Malaya, Oman; 3) 1960s Borneo, Aden; 4) 1970s Oman, Northern Ireland; 5) 1980s Falklands, Embassy Siege, Gibraltar Gambia; 6) 1990s Gulf War, Central America; 7) 2000s Selection, Training, Modern Operations, Afghanistan, Iraq; 8) After the regiment; Appendix Organization, Chronology, Names of the Dead, Index.

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16. I Forgot to Tell You Ballet School Confidential (Large Print 16pt) - Charis Marsh

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The students of Vancouver International Ballet Academy are preparing to perform the ballet Coppelia. A ballet about dolls, love, and trickery, Coppelia doesn't have a moral, and neither do the rehearsals. If Taylor, Julian, Alexandra, and Kaitlyn don't rise to meet the challenges this ballet is putting them through, they might not make it on stage. The dancers might be fully alive, but they have more than enough real - life drama to keep them busy. The casting of the principal role of Swanhilda keeps getting changed, but is it really about who's the best dancer right now, or is something else influencing the casting decisions? Summer school acceptances and rejections are in, but who's telling the truth about where they're going? And who's coming back to VIBA after the summer?

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17. Cherry Blossom Winter (Large Print 16pt) - Jennifer Maruno

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Ten - year - old Michiko wants to be proud of her Japanese heritage but can't be. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, her family's possessions are confiscated and they are forced into deprivation in a small, insular community. The men are sent to work on the railway, so the women and children are left to make the trip on their own. After a former Asahi baseball star becomes her new teacher, life gets better. Baseball fever hits town, and when Michiko challenges the adults to a game with her class, the whole town turns out. Then the government announces that they must move once again. But they can't think of relocating with a new baby coming, even with the offer of free passage to Japan. Michiko pretends to be her mother and writes to get a job for her father on a farm in Ontario. When he is accepted, they again pack their belongings and head to a new life in Ontario.

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18. You're So Sweet Ballet School Confidential (Large Print 16pt) - Charis Marsh

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The Vancouver International Ballet Academy has opened its doors after the winter break, and everyone is back! Julian is finding it difficult to concentrate on dance because of his family; his teachers think he could be great if he could just focus. Kaitlyn believes she's the best dancer, but her body type is getting in the way of her (and her mother's) dance ambitions, tempting her to lie. Alexandra is as focused as usual, but others don't seem to understand how much time and energy she has to give to ballet if she wants to be the best. While Taylor is still criticized at VIBA, she's getting a lot of positive attention from outside - especially from a recently retired Canadian ballerina who's taken an interest in her and Julian. Who will get noticed in competition and the spring seminar? Whatever happens, someone's going to lose and someone's going to win.

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19. Abortion Conscience & Democracy (Large Print 16pt) - Mark R. Macguigan

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Few issues have polarized Canadians and Americans as much as the abortion debate. In this thoughtful and thought - provoking reflection on the implications the law on abortion has on democracy, Mark MacGuigan brings a much - needed perspective to this controversial subject. Few people are as well qualified to do so: MacGuigan is a former law professor, minister of justice and attorney general of Canada, a Catholic, and a federal appellate - court judge.Distinguishing carefully between morality and the law, MacGuigan includes a history of the criminal law, the Catholic Church's views, and the often - ignored roles of individual conscience, freedom and responsibility in democracy. He reviews the essential debate, important case histories, and the evolving social perspectives that have attached themselves to discussions of abortion. He also includes chapters on the related issues of contraception and euthanasia. MacGuigan refers to a wide range of influential and international documents and judgements: papal encyclicals, the Wolfenden Report, Roe vs. Wade, a ruling in a case that involved Dr. Henry Morgentaler, and numerous other sources. With great candour, MacGuigan also explores how his own attitude and position have changed to the point where he now opposes any legislation limiting abortion before viability. Those who are seeking clarity of the issues and those who want to uncloud the rhetoric and the arguments should not miss reading this important work.

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20. Hockey Agony - Donna M. McDine

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Peer Pressure and Honesty many times go hand-in-hand. What is Larry to do when his teammate asks him to cheat when he is given the responsibility to run the clock during the big hockey game? Outwardly, it may seem he will follow suit, but his conscious tells him otherwise at the moment of truth. Suggested age range for readers: 8-12

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