Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. Any Ordinary Day by Leigh Sales
  2. I Quit Sugar: Simplicious Flow by Sarah Wilson
  3. Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty
  4. Ottolenghi SIMPLE by Yotam Ottolenghi
  5. Women Kind by Dr Kirstin Ferguson & Catherine Fox
  6. You Daughters Of Freedom by Clare Wright
  7. Boys Will be Boys by Clementine Ford
  8. Follow the Leader: Democracy and the Rise of the Strongman (Quarterly Essay 71) by Laura Tingle
  9. The Year of the Farmer by Rosalie Ham
  10. Woo’s Wonderful World of Maths by Eddie Woo

Our bestselling books from last week include some terrific non-fiction works from Australian women.

In Any Ordinary Day, Leigh Sales examines what happens when ordinary people are caught up in terrible situations. In You Daughters Of Freedom, historian Clare Wright provides a gripping glimpse into Australia’s role in the fight for women’s right to vote. Follow the Leader is the brand-new Quarterly Essay from Laura Tingle. Clementine Ford addresses toxic masculinity and raising a son in her timely new work, Boys Will be Boys, and from Dr Kirstin Ferguson & Catherine Fox – Women Kind is a rallying call for women to support other women in the workplace in order to achieve positive, lasting change.

Other bestselling titles include new novels from two highly recommended Australian novels (Nine Perfect Strangers, The Year of the Farmer), two new cookbooks (I Quit Sugar: Simplicious Flow, Ottolenghi SIMPLE), and a fascinating book about maths from teacher Eddie Woo (Woo’s Wonderful World of Maths).

Any Ordinary Day

Any Ordinary Day

Leigh Sales

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