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"Sir Peter Blakes life was filled with adventures. During his 30-year career on the ocean, he sailed around the globe, won the worlds most famous races and broke records. Even his red socks became a national sensation. But no matter how many trophies Peter won, he always knew the ...
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If anyone is qualified to talk about sport in Australia, it's David Hill. In this book, with the benefit of his years of personal experience both playing and working in the sporting world, he vividly narrates its rise in Australia since the end of the nineteenth century, from the ...
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Master storyteller David Hill traces the fortunes of two New Zealand families over seven generations, through wars, depressions, disasters, protest and social change in this exciting novel for intermediate readers.
Originally published in 1976. This book helps beginning and practising teachers to operate effectively in multiracial schools; its emphasis is on practical guidance for the classroom. It presents a review of the salient features of teaching in multiracial schools, comprising a br ...
A World War 1 story with a difference that explores the moral conscience of to fight or not to fight for your country.
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