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Tipping
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
Tipping
Written by:
Anna George 
Read by:
Aaron TsindosCatherine Van-DaviesAnita Hegh 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
12 
Duration:
14 hours 10 minutes 
Published:
March 02 2021 
Available Date:
March 02 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867520108 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; General Fiction; Literary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Penguin Audio Australia 
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An Instagram scandal within a grammar school proves the tipping point not just for exposing the patriarchy built into the schools, but also the families of those who attend. For the world to be a better place, we all need to step up and be more than 'good blokes'.

Liv Winsome, working mother of three sons, wife to decent if distracted Duncan, is overwhelmed. And losing her hair. Her doctor has told her she needs to slow down, do less. Focus on what’s important. After Jai, one of her 14-year-old twins, is involved in a sexting scandal, Liv realises things need to change, and fast. Inspired by the pop-psychology books she devours, she writes a nine-page list of everything she does to keep the family afloat, and she delegates. She lets her boys’ conservative school know it has some work to do, too – partly, Liv suspects, because its leadership has a ‘woman problem’ (or, rather, a too-many-men problem). Jai’s girlfriend, Grace, is at the heart of the sexting scandal and her mum, Jess Charters, up in arms as well, goes to the media. The women’s combined efforts force Carmichael Grammar to take action. To everyone’s surprise, and Liv’s delight, things actually start to improve. Light-hearted and optimistic, Tipping is a tale for our times. It’s a story of domestic activism. Mum and dad activism. Because real change is possible. Sometimes all it takes is a tweak. And the will. And a bit of fun.