Six books Prime Minister Albanese should read this summer
The Grattan Institute's recommended summer reads are aimed at inspiring better decision-making at a governmental level.
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Book review: Corners of Melbourne, Robyn Annear
Anyone with a love of Melbourne history will find this book enthralling.
Book review: I Don't, Clementine Ford
Clementine Ford shows us how life could be for women if they weren't shackled to marriage.
Book review: Bee Miles, Rose Ellis
Bee Miles was punished for daring to defy conventional expectations of female behaviour.
Book review: Unfinished Woman, Robyn Davidson
A memoir by the best-selling author of 'Tracks', revisits an eventful life, including the death of her mother and the…
Book review: Kinky History, Esmé Louise James
A well-researched yet exuberant exploration of kinky sexual practices throughout the ages.
Book review: Mood, Roz Bellamy
Mood is a memoir that explores mental illness, queerness and relationships.
Book review: Full Coverage, Samuel J Fell
The story of Australian rock journalism is a wild ride of luck, tenacity and incredulity.
Book review: Ballet Confidential by David McAllister
Behind the scenes of the glamorous world of tights, tiaras and tutus.