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  1. Slave to Fashion by Safia Minney

    Slave to Fashion by Safia Minney

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    Slave to Fashion raises awareness of modern slavery in the fashion industry and shows how it can be eradicated by business and consumers. "Safia is a leader in the field of ethical fashion and works with the utmost integrity to develop supply chain, sustainable products, and retail." - Livia Firth, Creative Director of Eco Age and ethical fashion ambassador. "The strength of Safia’s book is not just in starting a discussion but in the presentation of a very practical set of solutions that when taken up even by just one person, has the power to turn into a revolution." - Polly Michelle Cunanan, Eco Warrior Princess. Paperback: 160 pages Size: 23.6cm x 18.1cm   Learn More
  2. The Equality Effect by Danny Dorling

    The Equality Effect by Danny Dorling

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    The Equality Effect is almost magical. In more equal countries, human beings are generally happier and healthier, there is less crime, more creativity and higher educational attainment. Danny Dorling delivers all evidence that is now so overwhelming that it should be changing politics and society all over the world. "Here is a book which details - with irrefutable evidence - both the damage caused by inequality, and the benefits we all derive from living in more equal societies. We should all learn from it - and, above all else, act on it." - Owen Jones. The Equality Effect: Improving Life for Everyone, Danny Dorling delivers evidence that more equal countries enjoy better outcomes, with their populations being happier, healthier and more creative, producing less waste and committing fewer crimes. This optimistic book is a pleasure to read, writes Natasha Codiroli Mcmaster, and encourages us to see greater equality – and its social benefits – as being within our reach. London School of Economics Book Review   Learn More
  3. We Go Around in the Night and Are Consumed By Fire by Jules Grant

    We Go Around in the Night and Are Consumed By Fire by Jules Grant

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    Voiced by Donna and her streetwise god-daughter Aurora, this thrillingly original crime novel unfolds at breakneck speed at once furious, tender and heartbreaking. 'Moments almost breathlessly tender mix with hard resolve, making for a strong, satisfying read.' Booklist Online Paperback: 288 pages Size:129mm x 198mm   Learn More
  4. A Thousand Coloured Castles by Gareth Brookes

    A Thousand Coloured Castles by Gareth Brookes

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    Myriam is seeing things, and so can we, but her husband Fred is adamant it's all a lot of nonsense. In A Thousand Coloured Castles Brookes once again twitches the net curtains of the suburban south in this gloriously crayoned follow-up to the prize-winning The Black Project. 'Strikingly original and beautiful. Genuinely distinctive…The combination of narrative uncertainty, genuinely dark musings about what lies behind a suburban facade, childlike art and convincing characters is inspired. A perfect synthesis of form and content, and an essential purchase.' Pete Redup, The Quietus Paperback: 208 pages Size: 170mm x 240mm   Learn More
  5. Graphic Science by Darryl Cunningham

    Graphic Science by Darryl Cunningham

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    Much is known about scientists such as Darwin, Newton, and Einstein, but what about lesser known scientists – people who have not achieved a high level of fame, but who have contributed greatly to human knowledge? What were their lives like? What were their struggles, aims, successes, and failures? How do their discoveries fit into the bigger picture of science as a whole? Graphic Novel Paperback (with flaps): 264 pages Size: 16 x 2.2 x 23 cm   Learn More
  6. An English Guide to Birdwatching by Nicholas Royle

    An English Guide to Birdwatching by Nicholas Royle

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    Compelling, audacious and dazzling in its linguistic playfulness and formal invention, An English Guide to Birdwatching explores the fertile hinterland between fact and fiction. In its focus on birds, climate change, the banking crisis, social justice and human migration, it is intensely relevant to wider political concerns; in its mischievous wit and wordplay, and post-modern (or ‘post-fiction’) sensibility, it pushes the boundaries of what a novel might be. ‘An English Guide to Birdwatching is a daring novel, both wickedly playful and deeply touching.’ Alison Moore Paperback: 352 pages Size: 129mm x 198mm   Learn More
  7. The Favourite by S.V. Berlin

    The Favourite by S.V. Berlin

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    An utterly immersive novel, rich with insightful and wickedly comic observations of family members behaving badly in stressful situations - of sibling rivalries, a parent torn between two, and a greiving process that takes time to unfold. Paperback: 480 pages Size: 12.9 x 2.6 x 19.8 cm 'Original, surprising, and immensely skilled... twisting in unexpected directions and keeping the reader on their toes throughout. Underneath the gentle suburban drama, here is an intricately crafted plot featuring three fascinating characters - this is a fantastically assured debut.' The Bookbag   Learn More
  8. The Big Push by Cynthia Enloe

    The Big Push by Cynthia Enloe

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    This is a manual for taking us to the finishing line of gender equality. Without understanding the incredible tentacles of patriarchy and its reinventions, we are destined to fight old battles as well as new ones. A jolt of new energy for longstanding feminists and a "must read" for our new generations.' " Helena Kennedy, QC Leading feminist Cynthia Enloe pulls back the curtain on patriarchy to reveal not only the blatant sexism we can all identify, but also the insidious persistence of particular forms of masculinity and authoritarianism in daily life. Illuminating Essays Paperback: 208 pages Size: 13.5 x 1.7 x 21.6 cm   Learn More
  9. North Facing by Tony Peake

    North Facing by Tony Peake

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    A novel of awakening and atonement, this exquisitely realised story revisits a seminal boyhood moment as it plays out — with unexpected and sinister consequences — against the backdrop of political upheaval in South Africa. ‘This beautiful, moving novel is vast in how much it recounts and how deeply it makes us feel’ Edmund White Paperback: 208 pages Size: 198 x 140 x 129 mm   Learn More
  10. The Facts of Life by Paula Knight

    The Facts of Life by Paula Knight

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    A clarion call to recognise that parenting isn’t the be-all and end-all of family life, Paula Knight’s extraordinarily powerful graphic memoir is a beautifully drawn, funny and sometimes painful exploration of what it takes to be a woman, and a mother – or not. 'This is a wonderfully honest, moving, emotional, human story about what we were brought up to expect in life and what hand we actually get dealt, what we want and what others expect of us… And it’s about the fact that no matter what, it is still our life, and we can still make it a good one for ourselves.' Joe Gordon, The Forbidden Planet Paperback: 240 pages Size: 170mm x 220mm   Learn More

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