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Welcome to Book Nook


Book Nook is Moving

Important information about Book Nook’s Relocation

Hello to all our valued customers! I hope you are refreshed and inspired after your Summer Break!

Please place orders for Term 1 one as soon as possible to facilitate early delivery!

Our distribution centre will be closed from the 8th to the 20th of February while we move our business to Melbourne! This is for your information but there should be minimal disruption to our service. Our postage charges will not change because of this move.

Our new contact details are:

Phone: (03) 9525 7595

Fax: (03) 8677 9490

PO Box 1335, St Kilda South, Melbourne, Victoria 3182

Mail and calls will be forwarded from our Toowoomba address and numbers for as long as required.

We will continue to operate online with our usual email address sales@booknook.com.au

And web address www.booknook.com.au

As well as attend Drama Conferences and welcome visits by appointment.

We will post out all the special orders and web orders we have in stock prior to our move then have the stock to fill your outstanding special orders sent directly to you if possible, or sent ahead of us to our Melbourne address to post out in the week of the 20th.

You are most welcome to make online or web orders throughout the period and we will endeavour to answer your enquiries promptly, but there will be periods where we will be unable to access our technology. We beg your patience at this time; your business is very important to us and we will do everything possible to avoid inconvenience.

The website will continue to accept orders for fulfilment.
Reduced office hours until 5th February: Monday – Thursday 10am – 2pm.
Closed during move to Melbourne 6th - 20th February
Normal hours after 20th February: Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm.

Mary Sutherland

Mary's Signature

Showroom: We have a small showroom in Toowoomba that customers can visit by appointment only.

Download Forms (for school accounts):

Bookmarks Newsletter: September 2017 edition published

Postage within Australia*: 1-3 items $8.10; 4-10 items $15.00; 11+ items $24.00
*Extra postage may be charged for heavier items.


Dramawise Reimagined (published 2017)

In 1987, Brad Haseman and John O'Toole released Dramawise, a definitive text for teachers, students and drama practitioners, which shaped many classroom programs and curricula at a state, national and international level.

Dramawise Reimagined is a completely revised and updated version of that book, written with the Australian National Curriculum in mind, and aimed at all levels of secondary education and as an introduction to drama at the undergraduate level. Dramawise Reimagined reaches beyond the original concepts, offering newly challenging drama activities that reflect complex questions in today's society.

   

2016 Australian Plays – Top 50 Best Sellers



Australian Plays published in 2016



Spear
by Bangarra Dance Theatre

Spear

A foot in each world. A heart in none.

Acclaimed Artistic Director and Choreographer Stephen Page brings Bangarra Dance Theatre's outstanding dance work SPEAR to the screen. Striking and original, Page weaves story through dance to deliver an extraordinary cinematic experience in his feature film debut.

Using gesture and dance, with minimal dialogue, SPEAR follows a young Aboriginal man named Djali (Hunter Page-Lochard) from North East Arnhem Land to the streets of Sydney on his quest to understand what it means to be a man with ancient traditions in a modern world.

Featuring the brilliant Bangarra dancers and an evocative David Page score that combines traditional and contemporary music, SPEAR is an intimate journey with one of Australia's most celebrated artists and one of the most affecting and spiritually resonant films of the year.

Classification: Mature themes and coarse language
Release Date: 19/10/2016
Runtime: 81.0 mins





The Blind Giant is Dancing
Romeo and Juliet
Theatre in Practice - A Student's Handbook
Falling Up by Shel Silverstein
The Clown, from Heart to Heart by Ton Kurstjens