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‘Mum, What’s Wrong With You?’: 101 Things Only Mothers Of Teenage Girls Know

Candy, Lorraine
One minute you are sniffing the top of your baby's delicious new born head, lost in a soft velvety world of endless love and the next you are receiving the full force of a self-righteous teenage meltdown. There are 1001 things you don't know about teenage girls until you live them.

1966: The Year the Decade Exploded

Savage, Jon
WINNER OF THE PENDERYN MUSIC PRIZE A GUARDIAN MUSIC BOOK OF THE YEAR, 2015 FEATURING A NEW FOREWORD BY DAVID MITCHELL Award-winning, Sunday Times bestselling author Jon Savage's monument to the year that shaped the future of global pop cultural history.

A Grief Companion: Practical support and a guiding hand through the darkness of loss

Bates, Sasha
An interactive journal to go alongside Languages of Loss helping readers to manage and work through their own grief.

A Length of Road : Finding Myself in the Footsteps of John Clare

Hamberger, Robert
A memoir about love and loss, fatherhood and masculinity, class and belonging.

A Plot to Kill : A true story of deception, betrayal and murder in a quiet English town

Wilson, David
Using forensic analysis and fascinating personal insight, David takes us to the dark heart of middle England and discovers how Peter unwittingly supplied the blueprint for his own murder, how a tightknit community failed to intervene - and how an undetected psychopath could have easily become one of our most prolific serial killers.

After the Fall : Being American in the World We Made

Rhodes, Ben
In 2017, as Ben Rhodes was helping Barack Obama begin his next chapter, the legacy they worked to build for eight years was being taken apart. To understand what was happening in America, Rhodes decided to look outwards. Over the next three years, he travelled to dozens of countries, meeting with politicians, activists, and dissidents confronting the same nationalism and authoritarianism that was tearing America apart.

Aftermath : Life in the Fallout of the Third Reich, 1945-1955

Jahner, Harald
Aftermath is a nuanced panorama of a nation undergoing monumental change. 1945 to 1955 was a raw, wild decade poised between two eras that proved decisive for Germany's future - and one starkly different to how most of us imagine it today. Featuring black and white photographs and posters from post-war Germany - some beautiful, some revelatory, some shocking - Aftermath evokes an immersive portrait of a society corrupted, demoralised and freed - all at the same time.

American Crusade: Our Fight to Stay Free

Hegseth, Pete
Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Pete Hegseth says that America is at a flashpoint--and only a political and cultural Crusade will save our freedoms.

Anthro-Vision : How Anthropology Can Explain Business and Life

Tett, Gillian
A revelatory method that explains how we buy, sell, work and live. For over a century, anthropologists have immersed themselves in unfamiliar cultures, uncovering the hidden rituals that govern how people act. Now, a new generation of anthropologists are using these methods in a new context - to illuminate the behaviour of businesses and consumers around the globe.

Art of Cycling

Hibbard, James
A meditative love letter to the sport of cycling, THE ART OF CYCLING traces the journey of a former professional racer regaining his love for the sport and shows how cycling can shed new light on age-old questions of selfhood, meaning, and purpose.

Art of Exploration

Wood, Levison
Wood explains how he and other explorers face up to life's challenges, often in extraordinary circumstances and demonstrate resilience in the face of overwhelming odds. He shares examples of pioneers in many fields, using their work to show how we can all develop our own explorers mindset and how these lessons can be applied in daily life. With chapters on curiosity, teamwork, resilience and positivity this is a book that provides a tool kit - no matter your age or profession. As Levison says, 'these lessons can help you to fulfil your potential for living a happy life, regardless of your circumstances'.

As Long As I Hope to Live

Carli, Claudia
Through the discovery of a precious friendship album which belonged to 12-year-old Alie, a Jewish schoolgirl in Amsterdam, Claudia Carli has traced and preserved the lives of an entire class of girls, most of whom did not survive the War.