Games from Historical Houses Trust NSW
- L Story, Brassall, QLD
- B Johnson, Claremont, TAS
- E Chappell, Glen Innes, NSW
- H Whiting, Coolangatta Qld
- J Watson, Fern Tree Gully, VIC
Thanks to our amazing supporters :: Historic Houses Trust NSW, National Library of Australia and Black Inc Books for making our Issue # 5 giveaways possible!
 A little piece of history - games from Historical Houses Trust NSW
What better way to way to beat the winter chill than with some fun family games we all love? And one lucky reader will win all three, thanks to our friends at Historical House Trust.
There's Hopla, Beetle Game and the Educated Monkey, a bestseller at the HHT museum shops in Sydney. Invented in the US in 1916, this clever chap will help little historians to remember their times tables just as kids did in the 1920s! Just move the metal frame at the bottom, and the monkey will tell you the answer to your calculation. Clever!
How do you win all three games? Simply send your name and contact details to Inside History, HHT giveaway, PO Box 406, Erskineville NSW 2043 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, August 30, 2011.
If you can't wait to see if you've won, order these games, and much more, by visiting www.hht.net.au
 John Gould & Australia: The Business of Nature by Roslyn Russell
A driven - and a self-made man - the Devon-born John Gould carved out a career in natural science which led him and his wife to Tasmania in 1838 and then the mainland to document the wildlife. Exquisite artwork by Gould's artists, alongside his own expert commentary, was the result. This wonderfully illustrated book examines the life of the man often considered to be the "father of Australian ornithology".
To win one of two copies, send your name and contact details to Inside History, John Gould Giveaway, PO Box 406 Erskineville NSW 2043 or email email@example.com by 5pm, August 30, 2011.
A big thank you to the National Library of Australia for supporting this great Gould giveaway!
 1835: The Founding of Melbourne & the Conquest of Australia by James Boyce
In his latest book, James Boyce brings to life the settlement of Melbourne, form its illegal beginnings to the conquering of the Australian frontier. With a fresh and poignant approach, he looks at the government power plays that resulted in the flood of settlers to the area, and looks at the characters who play an important in the area's history.
To learn more about Boyce and his most recent work, read our interview on page 61 of Issue # 5 of Inside History magazine.
To enter, send your name and contact details to Inside History, Unlock the Past Giveaway, PO Box 406 Erskineville NSW 2043 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, June 28
A big thank you to Melbourne's Black Inc Books for supporting this giveaway!
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