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Book no.1
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Around her, the land and the sea and the sky stretched out forever. She staggered out of the water, gasping for air, and fell onto the sand. She took deep breaths and pressed against it, forcing herself in deeper . . .

Rising and recoiling like the ocean, Watermark cracks open the coastal idyll of a quintessentially Australian seaside landscape to reveal shifting sands, fractured relationships, and innocence lost against a backdrop that is constantly changing. 

Meet a boy with dyslexia who finds the right words in the ocean, a drifter and her son who seek anonymity only to discover the true meaning of home, and a widower whose dog helps him cope with the aftermath of his wife's death.

In a world of uncertainty and disorder, the characters in Watermark cross boundaries in situations that are darkly comical, menacing or chaotic but, ultimately, transformative. All to the rhythmic pulse of a changing tide. 


'I'm going plastic free next month. Who wants to join me?'


When Rebecca Prince-Ruiz asked her colleagues this question in 2011, she had no idea that less than a decade later it would inspire a global movement of 250 million people in 177 countries to reduce their plastic use.


Plastic Free tells the incredible story of how a simple community initiative grew into one of the world's most successful environmental movements. It also shares tips from people around the world who have taken on the Plastic Free July challenge and significantly reduced

their waste.


Plastic Free is a book about positive change and reminds us that small actions can make a huge impact - one step - and piece of plastic - at a time. 

Available from July 1, 2020

Book no.2
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