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Malcolm Young – Jeff Apter
Dear Dad – Samuel Johnson OAM ed
An Awesome Ride – Cameron Miller & Andrew Clarke
The Prettiest Horse in the Glue Factory – Corey White
Too Soon, Too Late – Ralph & Kathy Kelly
Mothering Our Boys - Maggie Dent
Raising Boys – Steve Biddulph
The Boy Crisis – Warren Farrell
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Coming up…

August 29: Dear Dad – Father’s Day Special
Samuel Johnson OAM …
in conversation with Bill Kable

If you could tell your dad anything what would it be? Maybe your dad is no longer with us but that doesn’t stop you writing him a letter. Much loved Australian actor Samuel Johnson tells us how he has gone out to actors, sportsmen, singers and other notable people asking them to write a letter to their dads. This has produced a heartfelt, honest and very human book of letters called Dear Dad that will make you smile and make you cry. Profits from the sale of the book go to cancer research.

 

September 5: Malcolm Young: The man who made AD/DC
Jeff Apter …
in conversation with Bill Kable

Jeff Apter has written the first biography to focus exclusively on Malcolm Young from AC/DC. He tells the riveting story of Malcolm’s remarkable rise from working-class Glasgow and the Villawood migrant hostel in Sydney to the biggest stages in the world. But through it all Malcolm remained a family man. One of eight children he had a brother in the Easybeats and another brother playing alongside him for 40 years on stage namely the unforgettable Angus. Anyone who loves rock music will love this.

 


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