Librarians Can Handle the Truth

Today we continue our publication of reviews by librarians that began Monday with six reviews of the titles shortlisted to win the Nettie Palmer Prize for Non-Fiction. Check out what Roslyn Irons of Camberwell Library thought of Stephen Foster’s A Private Empire; why Louise Anderson of Preston Library thought Cordelia Fine’s Delusions of Gender will challenge readers' preconceptions; why Moonee Ponds Library’s Letizia Mondello thinks Fiona Capp’s My Blood’s Country is such a fine tribute to Judith Wright; what impressed Sale library’s Marion Silk about Anna Krien’s Into the Woods; why Melbourne City Library’s Aimee Rhodes thought Tim Bonyhady’s Good Living Street was “impressive”; and why, in the view of Hastings Library’s Victoria Matthews, Mark McKenna’s An Eye for Eternity is a “major achievement”.

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