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This Week at Pages and Pages

The shortlist for this year's Miles Franklin Literary Award has been announced and all titles are in stock now at Pages & Pages. Who do you think will win this year's prize?
 

 

This is one of those books that immediately after you start reading you know you are in the hands of a wonderful writer. Atticus Lish has delivered a delicately savage critique on post-9/11 America and the so-called American Dream in a beautiful love story of an illegal immigrant and an American soldier recently returned from Iraq. This is a novel that permeates through you, long after you finish it and is a truly exception debut.  Jon & Chris
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Blog Review
Over the past decade, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner have published more than 8,000 blog posts on Freakonomics.com. Now the very best of this writing has been carefully curated into one volume, the perfect solution for the millions of readers who love all things Freakonomics.
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This is a fun romp through ancient Rome. Julius is a young Zebra, minding his own business, eating grass, dealing with his annoying younger brother when he is captured by a legionnaire and taken back to Rome to fight in the arena. This is just the start of his adventure ! Fast paced, funny and they won't even know they are learning something. Ian
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Margaret Pomeranz & Philippa Whitfield-Pomeranz

A Bathers' Lunch

03-Jun-2015 12:00 pm Wednesday
With gorgeous photography, family snapshots, stories of movie stars and directors, misadventures and fun times - as well as eighty of Margaret and Pip's favourite recipes - Let's Eat is a celebration of food, film, family and friends.

$85 includes a three course lunch and a glass of wine
 
Bookings with the Bathers’ office on 9969-5050

Ross Gittins

A Mosman Library Evening

24-Jun-2015 7:00 pm Wednesday
Ross Gittins is one of Australia’s pre-eminent economic journalists.
For forty years he has had a ringside seat as the Australian economy has gone through radical change.

His latest book Gittins: A life among budgets, bulldust and bastardry is an insightful and entertaining analysis of the Australian economy.

Pre-paid bookings essential
Adults $10.00 Pensioners/Students $8.00 (Passes must be shown)
For all enquiries contact Mosman Library on 9978-4091 
 Pages and Pages on 9969-9736 or 
 

Antony Beevor

Live On Stage at The Orpheum

31-Aug-2015 7:30 pm Monday
Britain’s most respected modern historian and best selling author is again visiting Australia to discuss his latest book, ARDENNES 1944: Hitler’s Final Gamble.

On 16 December, 1944, Hitler launched his 'last gamble' in the snow-covered forests and gorges of the Ardennes. He believed he could split the Allies by driving all the way to Antwerp, then force the Canadians and the British out of the war.

Tickets $20 

Bookings at the Hayden Orpheum or at Pages & Pages Booksellers.
 
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