Globally-acclaimed ... high-quality ... illustrated interactive multi-media digital documentary books. Master-work impressions of extraordinary events and characters. Grounded on researched 19th century facts.
These unique digital publications represent a select few of the many titles in the collection. Each digital book comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is ideal for gift-giving, concise knowledge-gaining and as a desirable collectors' piece.
"The Legend of Bogong Jack" - by GD Bruny. An interactivemulti-media digital book. [Pictorial, textual and audible] 36-pages in sepia-tone.
John Payne was a 23-year- old English aristocrat. His father banished him to the Colony of Victoria in 1853. He became a successful cattle-duffer and horse- thief who went by the aliases "Bushman Jack" and "Bogong Jack".
"Gold Fever" - by GD Bruny. An interactivemulti-media digital book. [Pictorial, textual and audible] 70-pages in full colour. The Smith family were ordinary people who risked all when they voyaged from England to The Great South Land [Australia] in 1859 in an endeavour to make their fortune on the Colony of Victoria's gold-fields.
"The Stage-Coach Story" - by GD Bruny. An interactivemulti-media digital book. [Pictorial, textual and audible] 36-pages in full colour and sepia-tone. Freeman Cobb was an American businessman who, in January 1854, began Cobb & Co: Australia's first true passenger stage-coach service ... which became a long-running success.
SOUGHT-AFTER COLLECTOR EDITIONS:
"The Legend of Captain Melville" - by GD Bruny. [Pictorial, textual and audible] 36-pages in sepia tone.
In 1838, Scottish-born 13-year-old Frank McCallum was one of the boy convicts who was transported to the island gaol, Van Diemen's Land. In 1852, he fled to the gold-rush Colony of Victoria where he became known as Captain Melville: the swashbuckling and illustrious bush ranger.
"The Legend of Harry Power" - by GD Bruny. [Pictorial, textual and audible] 36-pages in sepia tone.
In 1842, Irish-born 22-year-old highwayman, Henry Johnston, was transported to Van Diemen's Land. He fled to the gold-rush Colony of Victoria in 1850 and changed his name to Harry Power. In 1875, this great master bush ranger reluctantly trained 15-year-old Edward "Ned" Kelly.
"Australian Bush Legends" - by GD Bruny. [Pictorial, textual and audible] 94-pages in sepia tone.
FromAugust 1851, the Colony of Victoria's gold- rush attracted thousands of immigrants and industry from many overseas countries. The increase in prosperity was an open invitation to those who had other intentions: making their fortune in a felonious manner.
READING AND INTERACTING FEATURES INCLUDE: Realistic page-turning ... save/remove annotating ... save/remove book-marking and social media sharing. Book navigation has 14 different languages to choose from - and much more.
Editions are best read and interacted with in Windows laptops ... desktops ... tablets ... Mac Book Air and Mac Book Pro. _______________________________________________ ENQUIRIES WELCOME