Cream has your reading material sorted for the next couple of weeks!
Elodie Cheesman’s Love In Theory is a modern take on the age-old decision between following your head or your heart in the search for love. The author ponders love’s biggest questions, like: Is finding a life partner chaos? Or could there be an underlying logic? It’s a hopeful, feel-good read about relationships and dating in the modern age.
The CSIRO Women’s Health & Nutrition Guide offers research-based advice from the CSIRO on the critical role of lifelong healthy eating as the cornerstone of overall good health for women. In the book, you’ll find advice on lifestyle practices to support good health, from puberty through to pregnancy and menopause, as well as 80 delicious recipes, all of that are quick and easy to prepare and nutritionally complete.
Off The Charts is a collection of short stories by nurse and author Georgie Carroll. It’s full of infectious, hospital-grade humour and loads of heart, from Australia’s favourite nurse. This is a laugh-out-loud funny celebration of the big-hearted, no-bullshit nurses who, sooner or later, play a huge role in all of our lives.
All three books make for an excellent read!
Love In Theory is available through Pan Macmillan Australia, RRP $32.99.
The CSIRO Women’s Health & Nutrition Guide is available through Pan Macmillan Australia, RRP $39.99.
Off The Charts is available through Pan Macmillan Australia, RRP $34.99.
WIN ONE OF THREE PACKS FEATURING ALL THREE BOOKS!
To try and win one of three (3) packs featuring all three books, simply email your name, address and the Subject heading ‘Pan Macmillan Trio’ to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5pm AWST, Friday 7th May.