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Item No:YBO-23106

Product Description:

ISBN 978-0-646-917276

Author: Rachel Hope

As They Were takes us back to the first half of the 20th century England
as we follow Alice O'Malley in her travels from Liverpool to London.
The action occurs against a backdrop of civil unrest and world conflict where nothing is certain.

Spanning several decades, the story of Alice and her family is poignant,
humorous and utterly engaging. The array of characters in this book allows the
reader to connect with the lives of people who made the most of what befell them.
Price: $14.95/BOOK

Item No:YBO-23426

Product Description:
148 x 210mm

Publisher: Lutheran Church of Austalia

What does Lutheran hospitality look like? A 55 metre long sausage sandwich? A trestle-length trough of Pasta?
A camp-fire stew, or a line of tables over an abandoned bridge?
You'll find all these and 75 stories more in the Longest Lutheran
Lunch book. With events from Auckland in New Zealand,
right across Australia, and then on to Ontario in Canada,
this lunch really was l o n g ! What's more important it was an
innovative success for our Lutheran family to connect with our
communities. Explore the ideas. Be inspired by the creativity.
Join in the energy and kick-start your own Longest Lutheran Lunch
in 2014.
Price: $20.00/BOOK

Item No:YBO-25317

Author: Jonathan Russack

ISBN: 978-0-646-94074-8

Product Description:
Size: 210 x 148 mm
No. pages:104pp
Binding style:Paperback

How does a letter written in 1944, in the second month of a baby boy’s life, explain to that little boy, when he reads it for the first time fifty-four years later, the reason why his life turned out the way it had?

Adopted in 1945, Jonathan was brought up in a Christian home, and finds that the purpose for his life is fulfilled through his relationship with his Heavenly Father. He learns that God chooses to use ordinary people in sometimes extraordinary ways.

In 1998, Jonathan searches for his birth mother which leads him to the United States of America.

Jonathan discovers a long trail of “coincidences” starting with his Grandfather Verrier (1915, aged 19) and continuing to the present day, connecting his life with his natural family.

He retired from The Bible Society in 2011.
Price: $20.00/BOOK

Item No:YBO-26064

Product Description:

Author: Kaaren Palmer

ISBN: 978-0-9945365-0-1

Learning with pleasure! Suitable for beginners and the more experienced, forty-four virtual masterclasses in Champagne comprehensively encompass history, geography, the grapes, the regions, production, politics, the people, the flavours and aromas - each chapter accompanied by tasing guides which illuminate the topic discussed in the chapter.

All champagnes suggested for tasting are available in the principal English speaking markets for champagne, namely the UK, the US and Australia.

The book is not tied to specific vintages, therefore promises a long shelf life in your library.`
Price: $140.00/BOOK

Item No:YBO-26633

Is your dog hard to walk? Does your dog ignore you? Is your dog bored?

Product Description:
202pp + Cover

ISBN 978-0-9946404-0-6

Author: Don Adams

This comprehensive book covers Level by Level training notes, footwork diagrams, photos and dog life skills, to assist you in having a dog you can be proud of.
A Dog Obedience instructor for many years, Don will take you through to the first level of "real" Obedience Trials (Companion Dog) or a Basic Obedience Certificate, for those who do not wish to Trial their dog.
As you read you will find that Don is right there talking to you, such is the way he has written this book, helping you through the journey into, and through, the "wonderful world of training Your dog", to be Obedient to You.
Price: $42.50/BOOK

Item No:YBO-27223
From Wild Harvest to Gourmet Food.

Auther: Brian Noone

245mm x 188mm
160pp Paperback


This book describes the wild caper plant; how it is harvested; how to grow capers in a farming or home garden situation; how to process capers, caperberries and caper leaves.
The history of caper bushes and their medicinal and culinary qualities, are explored.
Well-known chefs from Australia, including Poh Ling Yeow, Simon Bryant, Jean-Vital Syverins and others, have contributed exciting recipes for cooking with capers.
The wonderful world of the Mediterranean region where capers grow, is revealed through captivating photographs.

In the foreword, Costa Georgiadis says…...”this book is a pleasure and a treasure for everyone from the hard core hortie, down to the beginner gardener or even the foodie with no growing background but an interest in learning about their ingredients.
This book is a real line in the sand. It shares many valuable leads and opens many doors into the mysteries and most importantly the opportunities of capers into the future.”

Price: $45.00/BOOK

Item No:YBO-27291

Product Description:
Soft cover book

Author: Dean Eaton

ISBN: 9-780980-472684

Evangelism is about learning the art of discipleship for the "lost"; spiritual direction for the orphans of God.
Dean Eaton is the Lutheran Church of Australia Church Planting Mentor and Mission Facilitator and his new book and small group resource, Sent - Seeking the Orphans of God, is designed to train you in how to engage in relational evangelism.

Price: $30.00/BOOK

Item No:YBO-27589
a compass for life, learning and leadership

Author: Wayne Enright
Editor: Jenni and Illustrator Wayne and Gabrielle Enright.

ISBN: 978-0-9946121-1-3

Product Description:
Size: 240 x 170 mm
No. pages: 416pp
Binding style: Paperback

When the Spirit of Adventure Calls to our Heart, we must go. This quote written in memory of Mark Auricht who died on Mt Everest in 2001, reminds us of our enduring connection with nature and the magnetic attraction of adventure.
It not only enlivens our soul, but also has the power to draw from within us, a strength, courage, resilience and passion that for some lies dormant until awakened.
Beyond the story of triumph and tragedy in the Himalayan landscape, this book is also about the journey that takes place within us, when we explore the limits of our self-imposed boundaries to find the hidden treasures of our heart.
As the world enters a time of unprecedented change, we must evolve new ways of thinking, living, learning and leading that will help us to navigate the challenging terrain of this new frontier.
May this heart-felt tribute to the enduring spirit of Mark Auricht, serve as an inspiration and a compass for future leaders, adventurous souls and explorers of human potential.

Price: $38.01/BOOK

Item No:YBO-27968

Conversations along the way

Auther: Don Priest

228pp Paperback


Living in Love and Freedom explores a range of biblical and theological themes and surveys serveral New Testament books, including the book of Revelation.
It provides opportunities for personal reflection and group conversations and aims to encourage worship and mediation and to enrich application to everyday life.

Price: $25.00/BOOK

Item No:YBO-28013
From rag doll of a horse to glory and grace.

Auther: Kerry McFie
Edited by: Maria Stephens

240mm x 170mm
149pp + Cover

ISBN: 9780646973562

A young horse named Sheba ended up with me. Being inexperienced I had no idea what I was doing. I always had a passion to entertain people. My lazy brumby certainly not a Ferrari of the horse world, really didn’t have it. Sheba bucked me off and I ended up in hospital. The doctors said I was lucky to be alive. Persistence proved Sheba, like me, was born to entertain.

I believe she was given to me by God and children adored her. Families came to see this unusual performing horse doing a bow for anyone who wanted to ride her. At a church gathering on Henley beach, when it was time to break bread, Sheba decided to eat the whole loaf.

"It's not what we did that made us special, it's Sheba's relationship with people that made her special."
Price: $28.50/BOOK
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