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Big Sky Publishing is an Australian owned publisher specialising in producing the highest quality non-fiction books.

We are passionate about what we do and work closely with our authors to produce books of exceptional quality and design. Our specialisation includes the following areas: History, Military History, Self-help, Autobiography, Business, Careers, Environment, How to/Practical Guides, Health, Humour, Lifestyle, Indigenous Studies, Women’s and Men’s Interest, Corporate Publications.

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18 Apr 2018

The Glass Soldier – Book Review

Advertiser (Adelaide) Saturday 21/10/2017 Nelson Harold Ferguson enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in July 1915. He was a young art teacher from Ballarat who joined up to be part of “the adventure of war”. Serving as a stretcher-bearer on the frontlines in Europe,…

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18 Apr 2018

The Unit Guide Review Sabreache Journal

Those with a serious thirst for statistics will be aware that Australia fielded over 993,000 men and women in uniform during World War Two, with approximately 725,000 of those serving in the Army. What most will be unaware of is…

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09 Apr 2018

Stripes in the Forest – The bottom Shelf Blog

Stripes in the forest, stealth in the shadows. The last female thylacine tracks through the forests of Tasmania, lands this top predator once owned and roamed at will. But now she watches the strange creatures who are invading the land with their firesticks as…

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16 May 2018

International Midwives Day and International Nurses Day Remembered

Guests at the Goulburn Valley Health event celebrating International Midwives Day and International Nurses Day had the chance to listen to Kirsty Harris, an expert on World War I nursing practices.

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11 May 2018

Congratulations to Josh Langley, winner of the ABIA Small Publishers, Children Book of the Year, 2018

  Josh Langley's inspiration book It's OK to Feel The Way You Do was awarded 2018 Small Publisher's Children's Book of the Year Award.  Josh Langley has won the Australian Book Industry Award (ABIA), Small Publisher Children book of the…

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14 Jan 2018

Max Booth: Selfie Search – Review by Reading Time

The Children's Book Council of Australia "Reading Time" - 14/01/2018 Max and his robot dog, Oscar, live in a packing case in the Bluggsville City Museum, around the year 2400. When his friend, Jesse, finds a strange black object, it is…

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31 Jan 2018

Little Witch: Hauntings & Hexes Review by Reading Time

The Children's Book Council of Australia "Reading Time" - 31/01/2018 “She’s bent on resurrecting herself from the dead and can shape-shift into a giant serpent. I’m still playing around with cats. And the occasional frog.” Courtney Little is a witch-in-training,…

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