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The Chronic Pain Couple

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The struggle to maintain joy and a fulfilling relationship while coping with chronic illness and pain is a serious problem for millions of people today. Australian health entrepreneur Karra Eloff has drawn on academic research and her own pursuit of joy in spite of suffering to develop this trailblazing, compassionate, low-energy and practical path to a remarkable new normal, delivering much-needed solutions to couples living with one partner’s chronic pain.



SPECIFICATIONS:   229 x 152 mm  | 272 Pages | Hardback

Hector and His Highland Dancers

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An Australian chicken breeder, Mr McFowler, fails to win competitions with his prized chicken, Hector, because of Hector’s habit of pecking noses, especially judges. However, playing his Scottish records in his shed one day, Mr McFowler he discovers Hector has another talent: highland dancing. Mr McFowler sees an opportunity and has Hector train the other farm chickens to form a very popular highland dancing troupe which performs at Australian Shows and woos audiences at the Edinburgh Tattoo.

A Little Pink Dog Books Publication

Specifications: 9780648652892 | Hardback | 245 x 245mm / 9.5 x 9.5in | 40 Pages | Full Colour

The Nek

One of the greatest tragedies in Australian military history occurred at Gallipoli on 7th August 1915, when hundreds of soldiers were repeatedly ordered to charge the massed rifles and machine guns of the Turkish enemy. It was a bloodbath, a hopeless endeavour that has been the subject of considerable scrutiny by historians.

This new edition of Peter Burness’ classic book features arresting new photographs, maps and information. In it, he examines the formation, training and character of the regiments involved and devotes careful attention to considering how, and why, the suicidal charges were allowed to continue when all hope of success was lost.

SPECIFICATIONS:  Paperback | 234 x 153 mm | 9¼ x 6 in | 168 + 8pp Insert Pages |

The Nek: A Gallipoli Tragedy (eBook)

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One of the greatest tragedies in Australian military history occurred at Gallipoli on 7th August 1915, when hundreds of soldiers were repeatedly ordered to charge the massed rifles and machine guns of the Turkish enemy. It was a bloodbath, a hopeless endeavour that has been the subject of considerable scrutiny by historians.

This new edition of Peter Burness’ classic book features arresting new photographs, maps and information. In it, he examines the formation, training and character of the regiments involved and devotes careful attention to considering how, and why, the suicidal charges were allowed to continue when all hope of success was lost.

SPECIFICATIONS:  eBook | 168 + 8pp Insert Pages |