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  • Hachette Australia
  • Hachette Australia

Christmas Tales

William McInnes

3 Reviews

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Diaries, letters & journals, Memoirs

'Tis the season to be jolly! One of Australia's favourite storytellers is back with a collection of stories about everyone's favourite family holiday.

I can't help it if I'm a boring conservative dag, but I love Christmas, always have and hopefully always will. Whatever brand of faith you fly under, even if you proclaim you don't have one, Christmas is a time of generosity, good citizenship and decency.

It's the holiday where shopping centres become a sea of dazed shoppers bearing checklists as long as your arm, lunch is a neverending buffet of prawns and ham and your electricity bill is doubly struck by having to run the fan all day and keep those decorative lights blinking through the night.

William McInnes, bestselling author of FATHERHOOD, WORSE THINGS HAPPEN AT SEA, and A MAN'S GOT TO HAVE A HOBBY tackles the silly season in a way only he can - telling stories brimming with good humour and nostalgia, to remind us what Christmas is all about: family.

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Praise for Christmas Tales

  • If there is a quintessence of Australia at its best, William McInnes has distilled it. - The Age

  • warm, nostalgic, funny and undeniably Australian - Sydney Morning Herald

  • warm and engaging and feels a little bit like home - Daily Telegraph

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From Santa to A Country Practice

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William McInnes On Christmas Greetings

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Worse Things Happen at Sea by William McInnes and Sarah Watt

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From Santa to A Country Practice

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William McInnes On Christmas Greetings

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William McInnes

William McInnes is established in his ability both as a columnist and author in writing pieces that celebrate life whilst encompassing the wide emotions and situations being human can bring. His bestselling titles are A Man's Got to Have a Hobby, Cricket Kings, That'd Be Right, and The Making of Modern Australia.

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