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Books of the Month: February

Drum roll, please – it’s time to announce our February “Books of the Month!” This month, we are featuring “The Cane” by Maryrose Cuskelly, “It Wasn’t Meant to Be Like This” by Lisa Wilkinson, and “Cameron Battle and the Hidden Kingdoms” by Jamar J. Perry. We hope you enjoy these incredible books as much as we do!

The Cane by Maryrose Cuskelly

Barbara McClymont walks the cane fields searching for Janet, her sixteen-year-old daughter, who has been missing for weeks.The Police have no leads, and the community are divided by dread. As the smoke rises and tensions come to a head, the dark heart of Quala will be revealed, affecting the lives all those who dwell beyond the cane.

It Wasn’t Meant To Be Like This by Lisa Wilkinson

This is the story of how Lisa Wilkinson came to be such a force in Australian cultural life. Her determination and drive have allowed her to blaze an enormously successful trail in the media industry for more than four decades. Telling her story from life in school to becoming an iconic television personality, this book is honest, warm, engaging, and demands to be read!

Cameron Battle and the Hidden Kingdoms by Jamar J. Perry

Cameron Battle grew up reading “The Book of Chidani” – the only connection he has to his missing parents. When he and his best friends decide to open the book again, they are magically transported to Chidani. The people of Chidani have been waiting for the last Descendant to save them … Is Cameron ready to be the hero they need?

For more on our “Books of the Month”, you can visit our website here: https://www.qbd.com.au/botm/ 

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