Read Me: University of Sydney Anthology 2011
University of Sydney, 2011 - College students' writings, Australian - 139 pages
How do you choose a book in the shop? Which of the thousands of titles appeals to you? Wouldn't it be great if one book just jumped off the shelf and said: 'Read me! I'm the best! I'm full of beautiful writing, adventure, love and drama ... 'Well, here you go! We just made life a bit easier for you. Read Me will lead you from a tiny village in Eastern Europe to the emperors of China. You'll meet peasants and kings. Sailors, lovers and brilliant inventors will cross your way. And once you've finished you'll hear the pages whispering: 'Read me again.'
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