Attention Australian Speedway and Motorsport Fans! The popular Liverpool City Raceway book is finally reprinting! This lavishly illustrated book covering the history of Liverpool City Raceway from its construction in 1966 to its sad demise in 1989, is loaded with first person memories from competitors, (like Sir Jack Brabham).
Presented in a lavishly illustrated format, League On Sunday, Work On Monday, 1965-1995 is a 368-page book that covers first-person memories from the players themselves, the last great era of Rugby League in Australia.
Clearing Boundaries is the first coffee-table book dedicated to Australian women’s cricket. It traces the strong lineage of females in cricket from the 19th century to the watershed 2020 T20 World Cup. Celebrating trailblazers across five ‘eras’, Clearing Boundaries curates a collection of short stories, and with over 200 photos.
‘India’s 71-Year Test’ presents the story of the Indian Men’s Cricket Team’s pursuit of Test series victory in Australia since 1947 – a quest spanning generations of superstar players, that was finally conquered by the touring side of 2018/19.
Justin Langer, the popular coach of Australian Men’s Cricket Team, inspires young cricketers in this revival of the childrens sporting handbook – a condensed modern reboot of the Don Bradman classic, The Art of Cricket (1958).
The Baggy Green cap is the most coveted piece of apparel in Australian sport. Shane Warne’s donation of his Baggy Green raised over $1 million in support of those affected by the 2019/20 bushfires – capturing the public’s imagination.
Three 49-piece jigsaws in one, suitable for children aged 6 and above. The beautiful images are by Janie Frith, the rich colours and vibrant use of multi-media enhancing the magical experience. They are taken from the award-winning Woodslane Press phoneme book: The Oo in Uluru.