Hailed as a modern-day Banjo Paterson, Rupert McCall has captured the imagination and stirred the souls of people all over Australia with his poetry. He writes with humour and compassion about the things that matter to us most. In this triumphant new volume of his work we find Rupert travelling abroad, yet homesick and pining for the simple pleasures of his native land. Whether it's having a bet on the races, listening to the music of John Williamson or watching Shane Warne in action, Rupert speaks from the heart about Australia and our heroes.
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 31st August 2011
Publisher: Random House Australia