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The Rip Roaring A - Z of Aussie Rules By Mick Roberts
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An A-Z book of poems about Australian Rules Football. For kids, young and old, who love footy!!! Great option for kids who find reading a chore. Corresponding teacher resources are available for all... More > 26 poems.< Less
Beer, Cider and Spirits in Old Regime France By Pierre Jean-Baptiste Le Grand d'Aussy
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This excerpt from Le Grand d'Aussy's classic work on the history of French private life explores the history of beer, cider and spirits in France from the Gauls to Le Grand's own time (the late... More > eighteenth century). The history of beer since the Egyptians to its slow growth to popularity in France to what Le Grand describes as its decline in his own time; the surprisingly late appearance of cider in Normandy (later known for the drink) and a look at the numerous use of varieties used to make it and to make perry, the pear version; the start of spirits as a late medieval medical ingredient and its evolution into a colorful variety of ratafias, rissolis, populo and other liqueurs - all this and more is packed into a few brief but lively chapters.< Less
Eggs, Cheese and Butter in Old Regime France By Jim Chevallier & Pierre Le Grand d'Aussy
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Green eggs were popular once, and long before Dr. Seuss, in France. Poached eggs were served with orange juice and spices. Easter eggs inspired not egg hunts, but loud, raucous processions. Cheese... More > might be eaten with sugar and even cinnamon. Brie and Parmesan cheese were popular long before modern times. Butter could be preserved with salt, but also by being melted and put in earthenware jars. On fast days, when meat was forbidden, sometimes eggs were allowed, in other periods they were not; the same thing was true of milk and cheese. These facts are all found in the brief but wide-ranging chapter the eighteenth century writer Le Grand d'Aussy included on eggs and dairy products in his three volumes on the history of French food. Two hundred years later, modern food historians still turn to Le Grand's work for information on various foods, and this new translation gives a sample of the varied and colorful information they find there.< Less
The Ultimate Aussie Family Road Trip Book By Amy Curran
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Over 30 activities and games to keep the kids occupied and the parents sane! Includes road trip tips and recipes for mess free snacks.
The Rip Roaring A-Z of Aussie Rules' By Mick Roberts
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An A-Z of Aussie Rules football poems. Perfect for kids who don't like reading, but love footy! For teachers, classroom units for all 26 poems are also available upon purchase of the book free of... More > charge.< Less
Mr Muscle Bill Bourke and the Aussie Blue Oval By Damian Kringas
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From 1964 to 1972 American Bill Bourke ran Ford Australia. In 1967 he created the XR GT Falcon. This is the story of Bill Bourke's time in Australia and the legendary car he built.
Mr Muscle Bill Bourke and the Aussie Blue Oval By Damian Kringas
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From 1964 to 1972 American Bill Bourke ran Ford Australia. In 1967 he created the XR GT Falcon. This is the story of Bill Bourke's time in Australia and the legendary car he built.
Understanding Australian English : An Essential Guide to Assist In Understanding Aussies and Being Understood By Aussies In Australia. Australian Slang Explained By Ian McKenzie
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An explanation of colloquialisms (slang) in common usage in Australia. Australian spoken English can be very different from English spoken in other countries..., even countries in which English is... More > the first language. This comprehensive guide is written by an educator who has worked for many years with International Post-Graduate students for whom English was their second language, and Australian English was their third. Hundreds of slang terms are explained in addition to the context in which many are used. As an example, the word "bastard" to many speakers of the English language would be an offensive term. In Australia it is very often used as a term of affection by people who are "good mates". The slang terms are grouped in categories in alphabetical order to enable them to be found easily. "Heaps" of useful information on Australian English. The text is punctuated with "Aussie photos" which have been taken by the author.< Less
Understanding Australian English : An Essential Guide to assist in Understanding Aussies and being Understood by Aussies in Australia. Australian Slang Explained By Ian McKenzie
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English is a living language which is constantly changing. "Understanding Australian English: An Essential Guide to Understanding Aussies and being Understood by Aussies in Australia. Australian... More > Slang Explained" explores and explains the uniqueness of Australian English. Words which may be offensive in some English speaking cultures are sometimes used by Aussies in an affectionate way with their mates. Very often the contexts in which words are spoken are much more important than the words themselves. Aussies use of hyperbole and their very Australian sense of humour is reflected in their colloquialisms. You will learn and understand more about Aussies after reading this book. This publication is 178 pages in length, and the informative text is punctuated with Aussie photos which have been taken by the Author. In addition to the printed book, there is also a version available as an e-book.< Less
Aussi lent que le noir By Philippe Mosseri & André Guérard
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Aussi lent que le noir. Un matin, en arrivant à son bureau, David Larno, détective parisien, apprend que le Dr Epicouchet, son médecin de famille, s’est fait poignarder... More > devant ses fenêtres, près d’une laverie automatique. Quel rapport entre ces faits ? C’est ce que Larno va découvrir peu à peu. Il s’agit du deuxième volet des enquêtes de David Larno qui, dans le temps, fait suite à Six couleurs pour l’enfer publié précédemment. Pour écrire cette histoire, les auteurs se sont inspirés de la théorie de l’effet papillon. Cette théorie qui prétend qu’un battement d’ailes de papillon près du pont de l’Alma peut engendrer une tornade aux Caraïbes.< Less

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