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While stocks last. The incredible pack contains five biography titles at a bargain price:

Days Like These Kristian Anderson with Rachel Anderson

Father Fiction Donald Miller

Making Trouble Greg Valerio

Under the Rainbow Catherine Campbell

Finding Moosewood Jack Perkins


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While stocks last. The incredible pack contains five fiction titles at a bargain price:

Days Like These Kristian Anderson with Rachel Anderson
An Australian father of two inspires us all to treasure every day.
A young Sydney father of two, the late Kristian Anderson's battle with cancer touched people worldwide through his YouTube tribute to wife Rachel, and led to an appearance on Oprah.

Father Fiction Donald Miller
With honest humour and raw self-revelation, bestselling author Donald Miller talks about growing up without a father and discusses the issues that befall the 'fatherless generation'. Miller shares his journey from self-pity and brokenness to hope and strength, providing guidance for the growing numbers of young adults floundering in an age with fewer and fewer positive domestic male role models. This amusing, but ultimately inspiring memoir provides encouragement for both men and women who've grown up with absent fathers, as well as the wives, girlfriends and friends of those with a similar story.


Making Trouble Greg Valerio
“Valerio, you’re a natural born trouble-maker. Just make sure you make trouble for the right reasons.” Expelled from secondary school with these words ringing in his ears, it took Greg Valerio a little while to find the right cause to devote his trouble-making skills to – but eventually he found it. Fighting to apply fair trade standards to the jewellery business has brought him up against an industry riddled with problems

Under the Rainbow Catherine Campbell
This is the story of a mother’s journey with God through heartache and loss. It reveals with remarkable honesty the disappointment, devastation and anger she feels when not just one, but two, of her three children are born with multiple disabilities.


Finding Moosewood Jack Perkins
Jack’s personal account in Finding Moosewood, Finding God tells a relatable story of one man drawn to cast off a shallow and unsatisfying lifestyle in order to seek out a deeper, more meaningful and spiritual life.


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Product Details

Product #: 702412

Status: Current Title

Date Published: 01 Jun 2019

Publisher: Word Australia

Subjects: Fiction - General

Category: Books - Fiction