Persuasive Writing

Literary Giants were so impressed with the speed and quality of the first book we printed for them, they’ve come back with their new title, Persuasive Writing.

This book has all the answers that parents will need to help their child or student conquer persuasive writing for the NAPLAN Assessment.

Not only does it contain tips and tricks for NAPLAN, it has examples of rhetorical techniques and situations. Everyone’s writing will improve with this book.

Full of gorgeous graphics and examples, it takes away the mystery and makes it simple and easy to work through and understand the exercises.

This book explains exactly what a student has to demonstrate to pass NAPLAN Writing test if the genre is Persuasive Writing.

November 14, 2017

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Our Beautiful Bays

For the Bays Community Group on the NSW Central Coast, we reprinted this title which we produced first in 2013.

The Bays covered in this book are located on the south western corner of Brisbane Water, encircled by National Park and waterfront. They are little known and their past even less so.

This publication covers the period from 1830 until post-second World War, including Government land grants and conditional sales; land subdivisions; sales and homes; the importance of development of transport by railway, water and road; early pioneers, families and characters; significant and less significant events; business activities; tourism; fishing; general stores/post offices; dairies; poultry raising; ferns for butchers displays; photography; ferries; fruit and vegetable growing; and much more.

November 8, 2017

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Thought Leaders : Next

We were asked to print Matt Church’s book in record time for Thought Leaders. And we did. Of course.

In this book Matt offers 22 ideas that you can use to foster better thinking in your business and team; the kind of thinking that helps you lead change and not just manage it. So much more than a book, this program helps leaders mobilise their people towards a better future.

Each chapter is a stand alone idea. No need to read the whole book, simply pick one chapter every month and use it to start a conversation. Seen as a whole, the chapters focus on how we position our careers and businesses to thrive in the next 10 years.

October 30, 2017

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The Flight of Prorentals

This new title we produced for the Real Estate Academy tells the history of Andrew Reece and James Chalmers who began building their Queensland-based property management business, prorentals, in 1998. They visualised what success in their business would look like and developed a plan to achieve it.

Andrew and James’s goal was to achieve 10,000 properties under management. A mammoth goal to say the least, especially when you consider that they started with just 31 properties and the average rent roll in Queensland at the time was 180 properties. But they were young and ambitious.

October 18, 2017

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The Girl from Waiuta

Also completed and delivered in time for the launch was Marion Mikkelsen’s book The Girl from Waiuta.

Told with honesty, rawness and humour, Marion’s book tells the tale of a life of personal (and sometimes confronting) choices, challenge, risk-taking, mischief, heartache and joy.

Marion’s search for happiness and security ultimately leads her to settle in Australia to start again with a renewed sense of family values and a positive vision for the future.

September 27, 2017

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