Dear family, friends, colleagues, customers and fellow booklovers,   With so much information swirling around it is hard to know fact from fiction, and on this basis we wanted to reach out and explain how we are moving forward at Harry Hartog.   As we are prioritising...

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Whether over the phone, in person or crafting curated book lists for you, every moment reminds us we are continuing to do what we love: bringing you books, and a world of reading so much more expansive than our loungerooms. So, we are pleased to make that even easier with our&nb...

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With our Author Events postponed until further notice, we want to keep showcasing the incredible work our writers do. This situation is definitely going to take a toll on our storytellers and artists, but we still have the opportunity to celebrate them. Here are just some of the authors we...

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Dear family, friends and loyal customers,   With the current situation, we felt it was necessary to give you an update on what is going on at Harry Hartog.   We are still very much open for business at all our shops and would like to assure you that the wellbeing and hea...

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For this month's Double Loyalty Point selection, we welcome Gabbie Stroud back with her insights into teaching, education and parenting with Dear Parents, a follow up to her wildly successful Teacher. In The Love that Remains by Susan Francis, we are treated to a remarkable memoir of love ...

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Home means many things to many different people. In these books and gifts, we range over the great and varied continent of Australia – its brutal convict history, its glorious fauna, its Indigenous heart, its unique light … plus a feathered friend or two. Beginning with th...

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For this collection, we roved over sports grounds and playgrounds, picked up chunky pens and cheeky Christmas-themed games. It’s an odd bunch, united by a yen for fun. And what could be more fun than A Trip to the Beach? With the best sandcastle ever built and a few perfect waves, ca...

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Did you know that reading quietly for only six minutes has been shown to reduce heart rate and ease muscle tension? And that, just like exercise, reading for 30 minutes a day can add years to your life? It also reduces stress by 68% more than listening to music, going for a walk or having a cu...

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We all need some Fun & Laughter in our lives now and then, don’t we? From feathered fowls to funny bones, prancing unicorns to demoted planets, take a walk on the witty side of life with these reads that do not take themselves too seriously. (And creature features, there are a fe...

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