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  • Black in Time


    Hiya! Alison Hammond here! I love getting to know all about different people and I’ll tell you a secret . . . sometimes people we don’t know much about are the most interesting of all! Which is really what this book is all about. Let me ask you a question: How many Black people can you name from our history? Mary…

  • Working Hard, Hardly Working


    : How to achieve more, stress less and feel fulfilled. We all know the pressure of feeling like we should be grinding 24/7 while simultaneously being told that we should ‘just relax’ and take care of ourselves, like we somehow have to decide between success and sanity. It’s a seemingly impossible choice, and one that…

  • Sista Sister


    Candice Brathwaite’s much-anticipated second book about all the things she wishes she’d been told when she was young and needed guidance. I Am Not Your Baby Mother was a landmark publication in 2020. A thought-provoking, urgent and inspirational guide to life as a Black British mum, it was an important call-to-arms allowing mothers to take…

  • We Need Snowflakes


    Is ‘cancel culture’ spiralling out of hand?Are the youth of today oversensitive, mollycoddled and intellectually weak?Does the scourge of political correctness threaten the very fabric of our society?Indignant politicians, columnists and baby boomers certainly think so. The problem, we’re told repeatedly, is that the current generation is full of hypersensitive cowards; ‘snowflakes’ who are obsessed…

  • Dancing at the Pity Party


    : A Dead Mum Graphic Memoire. Part poignant cancer memoir and part humorous reflection on a motherless life, this debut graphic novel is extraordinarily comforting and engaging. From before her mother’s first oncology appointment through the stages of her cancer to the funeral, sitting shiva, and afterward, when she must try to make sense of…

  • Dungeons and Dragons Player’s Handbook


    Dungeons and Dragons Core Rulebooks. Everything a player needs to create heroic characters for the world’s greatest roleplaying game. The Player’s Handbook® is the essential reference for every Dungeons & Dragons® roleplayer. It contains rules for character creation and advancement, backgrounds and skills, exploration and combat, equipment, spells, and much more. Use this book to…



    A Love Story collection, a memoir in parts, an anthology of relatable awkwardness, FATLIP will make you laugh, cry, and reach for your loved ones. ‘The words fall from the page. As they should.’ – Caroline Ambrose, The Bath Novel Awards ‘A lovely piece of writing by someone who knows their genre well and really goes…

  • What’s the T?


    The no-nonsense guide to all things trans and/or non-binary for teens. Discover what it means to be a young transgender or non-binary person in the twenty-first century in this frank and funny guide for 14+ teens, from the author of This Book Is Gay. What’s the T?, Stonewall ambassador, bestselling trans author and former PSHE teacher Juno…

  • Queer Up: An Uplifting Guide to LGBTQ+ Love, Life and Mental Health


    A positive and uplifting book for young people who are queer or curious – and their allies looking to support them. In this empowering and uplifting book, award-winning podcaster Alexis Caught sets out to help queer and curious teenagers explore their LGBTQ+ identity and understanding. Alongside the author’s personal experiences are first-hand stories from notable…

  • Roaring Girls: The Forgotten Feminists of British History


    A Roaring Girl was loud when she should be quiet, disruptive when she should be submissive, sexual when she should be pure, ‘masculine’ when she should be ‘feminine’. Meet the unsung heroines of British history who refused to play by the rules. Roaring Girls tells the game-changing life stories of eight formidable women whose grit,…

  • One More Croissant for the Road


    A land of glorious landscapes, and even more glorious food, France is a place built for cycling and for eating, too – a country large enough to give any journey an epic quality, but with a bakery on every corner. Here, you can go from beach to mountain, Atlantic to Mediterranean, polder to Pyrenees, and…

  • After Agatha: Women Write Crime


    After Agatha: Women Write Crime is the first book to examine how British, American, and Canadian female crime writers pursue their craft and what they think about crime writing. Hundreds of women who identified as lesbian, bisexual, heterosexual, able-bodied, disabled, feminist, left or right wing, who were black or white, who had experienced violence, sexism, homophobia…

  • No Such Thing as Normal


    ‘Mental illness has led to some of the worst times of my life… but it has also led to some of the most brilliant. Bad things happen, but good things can come from them. And strange as it might sound, my mental health has been vastly improved by being mentally ill.’ From depression and anxiety…

  • Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism


    Material Girls presents a timely and opinionated critique of the culturally influential theory that we each have an inner feeling about our sex called a gender identity, and that this feeling is more socially significant than our actual biological sex. It makes a clear and humane feminist case for retaining the ability to discuss material reality…

  • The Rubbish Book: A Complete Guide to Recycling


    Plastic bottles, cardboard boxes, aluminium cans… we all get through a lot of rubbish, but do you really know what happens after you put it in the bin? Are you even sure which bin it goes in? Recycling has never been more important – but it has also never been more complicated. Where do you…

  • How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them


    Civil wars are the biggest danger to world peace today – this book shows us why they happen, and how to avoid them. Most of us don’t know it, but we are living in the world’s greatest era of civil wars. While violence has declined worldwide, civil wars have increased. This is a new phenomenon….