Special Offers

Each week we will add another 6 titles to this collection, so please visit regularly to keep up with the offers.

Each of the titles listed below is available to purchase with a 20% discount from any of these 5 participating bookshops:

Dymocks Busselton Boffins Books Crow Books New Edition Bookshop

Paper Bird Children’s Books & Arts

 

Worse Things, Sally Murphy (Walker Books)


Worse Things is a story about connections, the ways they are made, and what happens when they are lost or...

Once: A selection of short short stories, Ed. Linda Martin & Laura Keenan (Night Parrot Press)


"Once: A selection of short short stories" brings together the best of new flash, micro and hybrid fiction in Western...

In this Desert, There Were Seeds, Ed. Elizabeth Tan & Jon Gresham (Margaret River Press and Ethos Books)


This is an intimate collection of past and future dreams, featuring exciting new and established literary voices from Western Australia...

Shadow Lines, Stephen Kinnane (Fremantle Press)


Shadow Lines is the story of Jessie Argyle, born in the remote East Kimberley and taken from her Aboriginal family...

Goldfields Girl, Elaine Forrestal (Fremantle Press)


It’s 1892. Amid a fevered gold rush, 14-year-old Clara Saunders is in search of adventure in the new outback town...

What Colour is the Sea, Katie Stewart (Fremantle Press)


Koala has a question for her friends – what colour is the sea? But they all give her different answers,...

Claire Malone Changes the World, Nadia L. King (Dixi Books)


Armed with her typewriter and the determination to make a difference, Claire Malone is an ordinary kid with an extraordinary...

We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know, Sophie McNeill (Harper Collins)


In "We Can't Say We Didn't Know", Sophie tells the human stories of devastation and hope behind the headlines -...

True West, David Whish-Wilson (Fremantle Press)


Western Australia, 1988. After betraying the Knights bikie gang, 17-year-old Lee Southern flees to the city with nothing left to...

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