"Dad’s Gift" is a tender story about the sudden illness and death of a young boy’s father and the important role his dog Harley played in helping him through the grieving... More > process.
This book shows the benefits of undertaking daily exercise like dog walking, for improving physical and mental health and fostering family togetherness. It also touches on the medical conditions of cancer, epilepsy and peripheral neuropathy.
Based on real life events experienced by the author, his sensitive text is perfectly complimented by his beautiful illustrations, which have a uniquely Australian flavour.
It is aimed at supporting a young person who has experienced the loss of a parent or loved one, from a Christian perspective.
"Dad’s Gift" is the ideal aid for a parent, grandparent, teacher or grief counselor to use - to provide comfort, healing and hope to any bereaved child.< Less
The Flinders Ranges are one of Australia's least exploited and amazing landscapes.
This calendar offers the best that the South Australian outback has to offer, from the mysterious Magnetic Hill... More > where cars roll up hill instead of down, to tirelessly working windmills - dotting a thirsty, sun-dried land.
Most photographs were taken during a weeklong heatwave that hit South Australia in January 2014, where temperatures at one stage reached 48 degrees Celsius at the Great Wall of China in The Flinders Ranges!
South Australia's outback is captured in its full, raw beauty by experienced photographer, Tim Kennaway, who said that: - "This is a must buy for all those people who love Australia's unique, unparalleled splendour!"< Less
This Calendar is a composition of the best photos taken on two road trips to Outback NSW (Australia) made in 2013, by author and photographer Tim Kennaway.
Tim was accompanied by his 74 year old... More > mother, continuing the Australian love and tradition for families to pile into cars, often on the spur of the moment, to embark on epic family road trips across the length and breadth of a vast, stunning continent!
Overcoming the temporary setback that occurred on the last day of his first trip when his car hit a kangaroo, and after several weeks of panel beating and saving he embarked on his second journey, saying: -
"You couldn't be that unlucky twice! The light in the Aussie Outback is stunning for photography and there are many unexpected events that suddenly present themselves to those quick enough to capture them."< Less