Fullers Bookshop is Tasmania’s leading independent bookshop — wholly Tasmanian owned and operated since the early 1920s.
Unfortunately, tickets for our event with Julia Gillard have now sold out! BUT, you can of course still pick up a copy of her new book My Story in the shop, $49.99 for a lovely solid hardback.
Our pre-sale SALE!
20% off all stock until September 30th.
Books, DVDs, CDs and cards - all our stock.
Don't miss out!!
*sale at Fullers Bookshop Launceston only!
Jayne Newling, author of Missing Christopher and guest speaker at this year's Annual Tasmanian Suicide Prevention Forum, will be visiting us at Fullers Bookshop Hobart on Friday, September 26th at 5pm. Jayne will be available to chat and sign copies of her book.
Bestselling author Annbel Langbein is back with a brand new book featuring more than 200 fabulously simple recipes using fresh, seasonal food. In a world that places so many demands on our lives, taking a few minutes to prepare a meal and enjoy the ritual of eating together provides a rhythm to daily life and gives us a sense of belonging and connection to the cycles of nature. Through the Seasons will inspire a fresh way of thinking and eating- more than just a cookbook, it's a toolkit for a good life.
Annabel is visiting Fullers Bookshop Hobart on Sunday 21st of September to sign copies of her latest book.
Spring has sprung, and with it the latest edition of the Fullers Findings! Pop in to get your hands on a copy, or head to http://www.fullersbookshop.com.au/fullers-findings.
Saturday, August 9th is National Bookshop Day! Join us on the Reading Couch... spend part of your Saturday on the couch at Fullers... read aloud to your favourite ear... or be read to from your favourite book... 5 and 10 minute spots from 11 to 2:30pm on the day... local authors popping up (or out from behind bookshelves)... Suzy Cooper in attendance to hold your hand...
Send us a message to reserve a specific time... or wander in and try your luck.
Come and celebrate National Bookshop Day with us. Bring the kids. Bring your sweetie so you can hold their hand on the couch while someone reads to you. Awwwww.
The Wheeler Centre will be presenting Bob Brown On Optimism on Wednesday 6 August at the Theatre Royal.
Bob Brown On Optimism
The results are in! Congratulations to the budding writers who've been announced as the winners and runners up of 40° South's first Young Tasmanian Writers' Prize.
Winner :Lily Stojcevski
Runners Up: Jorgia Hamilton, Emma Jablonski,
Winner: Freya Cox
Runners Up: Kirsten Ambrose, Alice Curtain
A big well done to everyone involved!