By: Sheridan Voysey
What a gift great authors are to this world. Pulling together my thoughts for you on the best books I’ve read, those I’ve had the honour of endorsing, plus the not-so-good titles from this past twelve months has become a favourite annual tradition of mine. Continue reading “The Best Books I Read in 2018 (and Some Not-So-Good)”
By: Anne Rinaudo
In her book, Habitat – A practical guide to creating a wildlife friendly Australian Garden AB Bishop shares a wealth of advice and information, including how to build places for all sorts of animals to congregate. There are even step by step guides to building an insect hotel and a bee apartment block. Continue reading “A Practical Guide to Creating a Wildlife-Friendly Garden”
By: Clare Bruce
In an age when the idea of “truth” is about as wobbly as the climate, many young people are struggling to know what to believe. Continue reading “The Book Opening Young Peoples’ Eyes to Subtle Cultural Influences”
By: Elaine Fraser.
I remember looking down at my legs in a gymnastics class and wondering why they were chubby. That was the first time I thought I was fat. The first time I compared myself to others. Continue reading “Women: Happy to Be Medium”