Spotlight on QBD Brisbane City – Christmas Edition!


Our Brisbane City team have the holly jolly Christmas spirit this week!
Check out their great gift ideas…


Leatherbound Classics
These beautiful leather bound classic novels are a special gift to give to any classic novel lover this Christmas. – Portia


The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams:
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a classic science fiction comedy space opera, and the best trilogy in four parts ever written. This is a book I’d be more than happy to receive as a gift, even though I already own multiple copies. You haven’t had the worst day ever until you are the only one who survives the Earth being destroyed to make way for an intergalactic motorway, and surviving the escape as a stowaway on an alien’s ship. – Gabrielle


9780751563139On The Other Side by Carrie Hope Fletcher:
“On The Other Side” by Carrie Hope Fletcher is a gorgeous bittersweet story in which the protagonist, Evie Snow, finds herself stuck in purgatory after her death. She finds herself unable to cross into the other side until she fixes three mistakes she made during her life on earth- but will she find the strength to finally tell her family about the secrets she’s kept hidden for 60 years? Recommended for fans of Carrie’s Youtube channel, Emily Rodda and Sarah Dessen – Emily


The Happy Cookbook and Lola Berry’s Little Book of Smoothies Juices by Lola Berry:
Made by Australia’s favourite nutritionist, Lola Berry, these two books would be a great gift for anyone who wants to add a little Zing to their life! – Yvonne


9781743369197Sweet! Celebrations: A My Cupcake Addiction Cookbook by Elise Strachan:
Great gift for mum or anyone who loves baking. Elise Strachan’s ‘Sweet! Celebrations’ is the perfect present for anyone who likes trying new recipes that are interesting and fun to create! – Debora
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