Use of proceeds

The author operates this project as a hobby on a not-for-profit basis. Proceeds from sales of 'How Do You Wrap That?!' the SDG story book cover the production of books; operation of the website and online shop; and to undertake further re-prints of the book itself. Each sale covers the cost of providing free physical and digital copies of the book to educators and libraries around the world.

GST and receipting

As a hobby rather than a business, no GST is included in the purchase price and there is no Australian Business Number associated with this sale.

Under Australian law payees are not required to withhold any percentage of their sale to send to the Australian Taxation Office as long as the total payment made to the seller is $75 or less, excluding GST. For further information:

The financial components of this project run through a dedicated bank account:

Bank: ING Australia 
BSB: 923 100
Account: 37919216
Name: Erin Wicking

Postage and handling

Orders are shipped via Australia Post in protective rigid cardboard envelopes. Up to 3 books can be posted per envelope. Shipping is calculated at checkout based on standard Australia Post rates.


Please contact the seller to arrange in person collection. Key collection locations are Blackburn, Victoria and Bundoora, Victoria.

E-book format and download

The e-book is provided as an EPUB  file and made for reading in e-book apps such as iBooks- there are many iOS and android apps made for reading EPUB files. EPUB files can also be opened on a computer with a number of free programs, like Calibre, Adobe Digital Editions, EPUB File Reader, Stanza Desktop, Okular, Sumatra PDF, and many more.

The EPUB file will be emailed to the email address provided during checkout within 24 hours of purchase. The email will come from:

E-book contribution amounts

We've enacted a "pay what you wish" contribution function for e-books with the choice of $5, $7.50 or $10. We hope you will arrive a price you think is fair for you! Profits from How Do You Wrap That will be invested back into the book with the hope of reaching young people all over the world.