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Inspiring Australian Women
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This landmark book profiles six of Australia's most inspiring women, each a leader and trailblazer in their own right. From the basketball courts of Seattle Washington, to the operating theatres of a Perth Hospital, through the corridors of power in Canberra and to the stages of the world via a child's safe haven in Phnom Penh these women have changed and continue to change lives every day. Illustrated with photos from their private collections and accompanied by lavish portraits painted especially for the book by renowned Canberra artist Margaret Hadfield-Zorgdrager, this book details the journeys of Helen Reddy, Geraldine Cox, Natasha Stott Despoja, Dr Fiona Wood, Lauren Jackson and Matilda House-Williams. It explores their lives, their loves, their losses and their triumphs. Their stories will move and inspire every Australian.
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