2018 My Pop was a Kangaroo ANZAC
Summary: This picture book has been written and illustrated for both children and adults. It depicts the story of William James Wheeler who was one of the original men to leave Wagga Wagga on 1st December 1915 to start the Kangaroo March.
REVIEW: We’d like to thank Deb for generously donating $2 from every sale of “My Pop was a Kangaroo ANZAC”. The book is a delightful read, with a beautiful story and accompanying illustrations. * Mates4Mates
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My Pop was a Kangaroo ANZAC [Limited First Edition: Paperback – 500 copies only] – Cost: $20.00 includes P&H
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2018 Kyoomba Sanatorium 1916-1935 Volume II
Summary: Goes on to detail the stories of another 400 people associated with the sanatorium. This sanatorium played an important role in Australia and Queenslands military and medical history.
Kyoomba Sanatorium 1916-1935 Volume 2 [Limited First Edition – Hardcover: 80 copies only] – Cost: $115.00 includes P&H
Released 11th November 2018
2018 Kyoomba Sanatorium 1916-1935 Volume 1
Summary: Details the stories of 150 people associated with the sanatorium. This work uncovers and honours the recuperating servicemen, doctors and soldiers who spent time at this institution during its 19 year history.
REVIEW: This new publication – … is an important resource, as it translates these important stories into a narrative that is human, relatable and easier to comprehend…
Kyoomba Sanatorium 1916-1935 Volume 1 [Limited First Edition – Hardcover: 80 copies only] – Cost: $115.00 includes P&H
Released Anzac Day 2018
2016 Kyoomba Sanatorium
Summary: A series of 5 broadsheets, each one is 4 pages. The broadsheets detail findings of a 12 month research project based on the Kyoomba Sanatorium. This sanatorium was used by the Australian Imperial Forces during and after the First World War for returned servicemen suffering from tuberculosis.
Kyoomba Sanatorium [Set 5 Broadsheets]
Cost: $20 per set – includes P&H
2015 Tales of a Military Medal Recipient and a Lancaster Bomber Rear Gunner
Summary: Tom Phillips was an ambulance bearer with the 2nd/3rd Field Ambulance, posted to North Africa and New Guinea. Steve Flood was an air gunner with 467 RAAF Squadron and posted to the UK during World War II where he flew 30 missions including over Berlin.
Tales of a Military Medal Recipient and a Lancaster Bomber Rear Gunner [Limited First Edition: Paperback – Sold Out]
Tales of a Military Medal Recipient and a Lancaster Bomber Rear Gunner [Revised Digital Copy – Coming Soon]
Cost: To be advised.