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Keeping her keys  by Cyndi Brannen

Keeping her keys

Cyndi Brannen

Book

"Over the past few years, Hekate has gained increasing popularity around the world. While there are books written about the historical Hekate, there is a lack of information applying this knowledge for personal development and practicing witchcraft. This...

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Disintegration  by Andrei Martyanov

Disintegration

Andrei Martyanov

Book

"United States has lost ground in every single category that defines the power and status of a nation in relation to its rivals. This book delves into the reasons for a catastrophic decline of the American nation, addressing a range of factors from ...

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Chasing history  by Carl Bernstein

Chasing history

Carl Bernstein

Book

"Bernstein's decades of reporting and incisive commentary have explored the use and abuse of power at the highest levels and fundamentally reshaped the reporting of news. But in 1960, inquisitive, self-taught, and truant, Bernstein landed a job as a copyboy...

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Love and Asperger's  by Kate McNulty

Love and Asperger's

Kate McNulty

Book

"Life with a partner whose neurotype is different than yours is filled with moments that are surprising, unique, and sometimes challenging. If one of you is on the Autism Spectrum and the other is neurotypical, this Aspergers book is a helpful and in...

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Economics in one virus  by Ryan Bourne

Economics in one virus

Ryan Bourne

Book

"Have you ever stopped to wonder why hand sanitizer was missing from your pharmacy for months after the COVID-19 pandemic hit? Why some employers and employees were arguing over workers being re-hired during the first COVID-19 lockdown? Why passenger...

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Supernatural  by Michael S. Heiser

Supernatural

Michael S. Heiser

Book

"The bible's teaching on the world of the supernatural often occurs in difficult or troublesome passages that many bible teachers ignore or skip over because their literal meaning doesn't fit into our neat and tidy systems. To Dr. Heiser, the more puzzling...

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We are the ones we have been waiting for  by Alice Walker

We are the ones we have been waiting for

Alice Walker

Book

"A book of spiritual ruminations with a progressive political edge, from the Pulitzer Prize-winner who has devoted her life to befriending the earth. Walker has long been a force for sanity in a chaotic world. Here she draws on her deep spiritual gro...

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The Trayvon generation  by Elizabeth Alexander

The Trayvon generation

Elizabeth Alexander

Book

"In the midst of civil unrest in the summer of 2020 following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, one of the great literary voices of our time, Elizabeth Alexander, wrote a moving reflection on the psyche of young Black Am...

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Indoor cat  by Laura J. Moss

Indoor cat

Laura J. Moss

Book

"Can an indoor cat live a happy, stimulating, and active life? Veterinarian Lynn Bahr and journalist Laura J. Moss answer this question with a resounding yes, and offer real-life guidance for opening up your cat's world, even if they stay within the ...

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The Tucci cookbook  by Stanley Tucci

The Tucci cookbook

Stanley Tucci

Book

"Starting with simple and delightful antipasti, such as flavourful Caponata, decadent Venetian Seafood Salad, or aromatic Baked Clams on the Half Shell, the recipes include tempting pasta and risotto dishes such as the rich and gratifying Lasagna Made...

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You'll come back to yourself  by Michaela Angemeer

You'll come back to yourself

Michaela Angemeer

Book

"You'll Come Back to Yourself explores themes of lost love, infidelity, depression, body image, and ultimately the power women have in learning to choose themselves. Separated into three sections, this collection is a cyclical expedition of self...

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If we break  by Kathleen Buhle

If we break

Kathleen Buhle

Book

"This is not a story about good versus evil. Or who was right. Or who was better. For decades, Kathleen Buhle chose to play the role of the good wife, beginning when, as a naïve young woman from a working-class family on the South Side of Chicago, she...

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Elite capture  by Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò

Elite capture

Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò

Book

"Identity politics is everywhere, polarising discourse from the campaign trail to the classroom and amplifying antagonisms in the media. But the compulsively referenced phrase bears little resemblance to the concept as first introduced by the radical...

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Fighting with the Long Range Desert Group  by Brendan O'Carroll

Fighting with the Long Range Desert Group

Brendan O'Carroll

Book

"Formed in 1940 the Long Range Desert Group was the first Allied Special Forces unit established to operate behind German and Italian lines in North Africa. Its officers and men were volunteers recruited from British and Commonwealth units. Merlyn Craw...

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Thriving blind  by Kristin Smedley

Thriving blind

Kristin Smedley

Book

"Stories of blind people who use creativity and determination to live the life of their dreams. Also includes lists of resources for advocacy, rehabilitation, recreation, and support systems for the blind"--Publisher's description.

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Why Patti Smith matters  by Caryn Rose

Why Patti Smith matters

Caryn Rose

Book

"Patti Smith arrived in New York City at the end of the Age of Aquarius in search of work and purpose. Through her poetry, her songs, her unapologetic vocal power, and her very presence as a woman fronting a rock band, she kicked open a door that cou...

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Under the skin  by Linda Villarosa

Under the skin

Linda Villarosa

Book

"In 2018, Linda Villarosa's New York Times Magazine article on maternal and infant mortality among Black mothers and babies in America caused an awakening. Hundreds of studies had previously established a link between racial discrimination and the health...

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Time wise  by Amantha Imber

Time wise

Amantha Imber

Book

"Learn how to become time wise using the hacks that high achievers rely on to accomplish more than the average person - so you can do your best work and have fun while doing it.Organisational psychologist Dr Amantha Imber has interviewed more than 15...

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Surrounded by narcissists  by Thomas Erikson

Surrounded by narcissists

Thomas Erikson

Book

"Are you overshadowed by the narcissists in your life? Are you worn out by their constant demands for attention, their absolute belief they are right (even when clearly they are not), their determination to do what they want (regardless of impact), and...

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Serendipity  by Oscar Farinetti

Serendipity

Oscar Farinetti

Book

"Did you know that your morning coffee could be thanks to a herd of energetic goats? Or that a forgotten ingredient is behind the invention of the beloved brownie? Who got the fright of their life discovering corn could pop? And which popular soft dr...

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Sausage roll maker. Volume 2

Sausage roll maker. Volume 2

Book

"The sausage roll maker has become one of the most popular appliances in kitchens. In this volume, we've come up with even more amazing filling ideas and flavour combinations for classic pastry-wrapped sausage rolls. Of course, there are also plenty ...

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Rogues  by Patrick Radden Keefe

Rogues

Patrick Radden Keefe

Book

"Patrick Radden Keefe's work has garnered prizes ranging from the National Magazine Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award in the US to the Orwell Prize in the UK for his meticulously reported, hypnotically engaging work on the many ways pe...

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Queer qabala  by Enfys J. Book

Queer qabala

Enfys J. Book

Book

"Enfys J. Book explains the basics of Qabala in an easy-to-understand way and highlights the inherent queer and nonbinary nature of this powerful mystical system as well as the innate inclusivity of its practice. This book offers a variety of pathwor...

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The patient doctor  by Ben Bravery

The patient doctor

Ben Bravery

Book

"At the age of twenty-eight, with his Beijing-based science communications business doing well and a new relationship blossoming, Ben Bravery woke from a colonoscopy to be told he had stage 3 colorectal cancer. As a scientist, Ben understood the seriousness...

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Notes on heartbreak  by Annie Lord

Notes on heartbreak

Annie Lord

Book

"Dark, fierce and raw, Notes on Heartbreak is a love story told in reverse, starting with a devastating and unexpected break-up. As Annie Lord reels from a broken heart, her stunning memoir revisits the past, from the moment she first fell in love, the...

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Marvel year by year

Marvel year by year

Book

"A new edition of the most comprehensive history of Marvel Comics ever published Deep dive into the full story of Marvel Comics in a single, beautifully illustrated volume. Created in full collaboration with Marvel, this fan-favorite title, last published...

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Japanese home cooking  by Maori Murota

Japanese home cooking

Maori Murota

Book

"Learn to cook authentic Japanese food from scratch at home, with step by step recipes for the traditional classics like ramen noodles, broth, sushi rice or homemade tofu as well as recipes for more contemporary fusion dishes. Maori Murota takes you to...

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I want to die but I want to eat tteokbokki  by Baek Sehee

I want to die but I want to eat tteokbokki

Baek Sehee

Book

"Baek Sehee is a successful young social media director at a publishing house when she begins seeing a psychiatrist about her - what to call it? - depression? She feels persistently low, anxious, endlessly self-doubting, but also highly judgemental of...

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Do as I say  by Sarah Steel

Do as I say

Sarah Steel

Book

"At the heart of being human is the desire to belong. It can make us unspeakably vulnerable to the manipulations of others. Cult leaders prey on this desire, but so do many unscrupulous operators hiding in plain sight. Sarah Steel, the creator of the...

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The digger of Kokoda  by Daniel (Daniel Q.) Lane

The digger of Kokoda

Daniel (Daniel Q.) Lane

Book

"Reg Chard endured hell as an 18-year-old Australian soldier who fought in 1942 on the infamous Kokoda Trail in World War II. Ironically, Kokoda rescued Reg decades later when he decided to take his own life. After losing Betty, his wife of 66 years,...

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Watercolor flowers  by Manushree Mishra

Watercolor flowers

Manushree Mishra

Book

"Explore the basics of colour theory and colour mixing, and then apply your new skills to create your own beautiful floral watercolour paintings, step by colourful step. Colour theory and colour mixing are essential topics for all artists to know, an...

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Code over country  by Matthew A. Cole

Code over country

Matthew A. Cole

Book

"The Navy SEALs are, for most Americans, the ultimate heroes. Their 2011 killing of Osama Bin Laden was celebrated as a victory in the War on Terror. Former SEALs rake in thousands of dollars as leadership consultants for American corporations. And young...

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Chinese-ish  by Rosheen Kaul

Chinese-ish

Rosheen Kaul

Book

"As immigrants with Chinese heritage who both moved to Australia as kids, Rosheen Kaul and Joanna Hu spent their formative years living between (at least) two cultures and wondering how they fitted in. Food was a huge part of this journey - should they...

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The chemistry book  by Andy Brunning

The chemistry book

Andy Brunning

Book

"An accessible guide to more than 95 of the most important discoveries and theories in the history of chemistry Discover and understand the key ideas that underpin the core science of chemistry and learn about the great minds who uncovered them Written...

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Before we were trans  by Kit Heyam

Before we were trans

Kit Heyam

Book

"Across the world today, people of all ages are doing fascinating, creative, messy things with gender. These people have a rich history - but one that is often left behind by narratives of trans lives that focus on people with stable, binary, uncompl...

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The all of it  by Cadance Bell

The all of it

Cadance Bell

Book

"Seven years ago, Ben was loveless, overweight, in debt and living in his parents' rumpus room, trying to find a way to quietly die. Days passed by in a haze of marijuana smoke and self-loathing. Then, one day, Ben decided not to die. He decided to c...

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In a boat in the middle of a lake  by Patrick Schwenk

In a boat in the middle of a lake

Patrick Schwenk

Book

"At some point in our lives, we all find ourselves in a boat in the middle of a lake. We might be there due to a job loss or the death of a loved one. Maybe disability, divorce, or financial insecurity has stranded us. Patrick and Ruth Schwenk found ...

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Artful truths  by Helena De Bres

Artful truths

Helena De Bres

Book

"From social media to the return of the personal essay to the rise of "autofiction," it seems we inhabit an era of unprecedented self-display. But self-display in its literary form, the memoir, has been around for ages, always freighted with formal a...

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Signs of a struggle  by Guy James Whitworth

Signs of a struggle

Guy James Whitworth

Book

"Signs of a Struggle illustrates the creative journey, from working-class North East England to the current Queer-art scene of Sydney, through the eyes of award-winning artist Guy James Whitworth. Uniquely using the fierce and fabulous LGBTIQ community...

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Searching for certainty  by Shelly Miller

Searching for certainty

Shelly Miller

Book

"We all long for certainty in life, yet things often don't go as we expect. When facing illness, job loss, strained relationships, and other struggles, our impulse is to question God and strive to fix things ourselves. In this book, Shelly Miller explores...

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In your own time  by Sara Wickham

In your own time

Sara Wickham

Book

"Pregnant women and maternity services are facing an induction epidemic. As medical guidelines include more "at risk" categories, women and our already overwhelmed and under resourced maternity systems are increasingly pressured to induce birth before...

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Trust your vibes  by Sonia Choquette

Trust your vibes

Sonia Choquette

Book

"Your intuition supports your creativity, helps heal your emotional wounds and calms your anxious and uncertain heart. It brings you peace of mind and shows you how to live in a higher, more harmonious way. To fully enjoy your life and to access the ...

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Beautiful people don't just happen  by Scott Sauls

Beautiful people don't just happen

Scott Sauls

Book

"Regret, hurt, and fear are familiar to us all. Often we feel trapped in their grip, but it doesn't have to be that way. Scott Sauls is our empathetic guide to the freedom that is found in God--freedom that unburdens us from regret, hurt, and fear and...

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The Hong Kong diaries  by Chris Patten

The Hong Kong diaries

Chris Patten

Book

"In June 1992 Chris Patten went to Hong Kong as the last British governor, to try to prepare it not (as other British colonies over the decades) for independence, but for handing back in 1997 to the Chinese, from whom most of its territory had been leased...

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Handmade  by Siri Helle

Handmade

Siri Helle

Book

"The story of one woman, one chainsaw, and one modest plan for a mini-cabin - a book from Norway that celebrates the act of making something with your own two hands. Humans have always used their hands to create the world around them. But now most of...

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How to keep house while drowning  by KC Davis

How to keep house while drowning

KC Davis

Book

"A gentle guide to cleaning and organising when you're overwhelmed, from a licensed therapist and TikTok sensation This is a book for anyone who feels overwhelmed by life and is looking for an accessible and gentle way to care for their home - and th...

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All in my head  by Jessica Morris

All in my head

Jessica Morris

Book

"How do you keep going when you have received the worst possible diagnosis? This is what happened to Jessica Morris when, in her early fifties, she was told she had glioblastoma (GBM), a particularly aggressive and difficult-to-treat form of brain cancer....

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Tour de force  by Mark Cavendish

Tour de force

Mark Cavendish

Book

"Deep down, Mark Cavendish thought he was finished. After illness, setbacks and clinical depression, the once fastest man in the world had been written off by most. And at the age of 36, even he believed his explosive cycling career would fade out with...

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Punch needle  by Rachel Lawson

Punch needle

Rachel Lawson

Book

"Sisters Rachel Lawson and Siobhan Watt combined their talents-Siobhan's professional art and design experience and Rachel's needlework expertise-to create these delightful contemporary designs. Punch needle is accessible for everyone, including those...

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Contemporary stained glass  by Aimee McCulloch

Contemporary stained glass

Aimee McCulloch

Book

"Aimee McCulloch, an accomplished modern glass artist, goes beyond traditional stained glass techniques and makes glass into modern and contemporary works of art. Enjoy that contemporary focus in this complete guide as she first teaches beginner stained...

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True age  by Morgan Levine

True age

Morgan Levine

Book

"Cutting-edge research shows how to determine and decrease your true biological age. What if there was a way to measure our biological age? And what if there were strategies to slow down-or even reverse-the aging process? The answers to these questions...

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The Thai kitchen of Boo Raan  by Dokkoon Kapueak

The Thai kitchen of Boo Raan

Dokkoon Kapueak

Book

"With fresh ingredients and a little extra attention to Thai preparation methods, you can put the tastiest Thai dishes on the table. According to Dokkoon Kapueak, a Michelin-starred chef, Thai cooking is not as difficult as you might think, and anyone...

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The keto cure 2  by Pascale Naessens

The keto cure 2

Pascale Naessens

Book

"The Keto Cure 1 is one of Belgium's best-selling cookbooks. Pascale Naessens believes that this book owes its success to the fact that keto really does work. Most people following a keto diet lose weight without going hungry while still eating delicious...

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Here and queer  by Rowan Ellis

Here and queer

Rowan Ellis

Book

"Here and Queer is a helpful, friendly guide full of support and advice about living your best queer life, written for girls. This vibrant, inclusive guide, designed for all kinds of girls, is designed to help you be the strongest, proudest, happiest...

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Faithless  by Seth Walker

Faithless

Seth Walker

Book

"This is no ordinary parish, and no ordinary priest - a true story of poverty, haunting, exorcism, birth, death and murder. Seth was a priest. He served for 10 years and 163 days. Then he decided to die. "Have you ever questioned whether you are doing...

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The art of papercraft  by Helen Hiebert

The art of papercraft

Helen Hiebert

Book

"Paper artist and teacher Helen Hiebert compiles a one-of-kind collection of 40 unique projects, each using just one sheet of paper, combining decorative paper techniques like marbling, stamping, and stenciling with dimensional techniques like origam...

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The philosophy of an explorer  by Erling Kagge

The philosophy of an explorer

Erling Kagge

Book

"In sixteen meditative but practical lessons - from cultivating an optimistic outlook, to getting up at the right time, to learning to take pleasure in the small things and comfort in solitude - Erling Kagge reveals what survival in the most extreme ...

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Feels like home  by Marian Parsons

Feels like home

Marian Parsons

Book

"Most of us don't live in a dream home that was custom built to suit our tastes. We have to work with a house that brings its own style, quirks, and personality to the table. But imagine walking into this house, but it's perfectly designed and decorated...

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Science of HIIT  by Ingrid S. Clay

Science of HIIT

Ingrid S. Clay

Book

"Get the best results from your HIIT workouts by understanding the muscle action needed to perfect each exercise. Explore the physiology of more than 90 essential HIIT exercises, to master each movement with confidence and control. Recent scientific ...

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Blood and ruins  by R. J. Overy

Blood and ruins

R. J. Overy

Book

"Richard Overy sets out in Blood and Ruins to recast the way in which we view the Second World War and its origins and aftermath. He argues that this was the 'great imperial war', a violent end to almost a century of global imperial expansion which reached...

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Vegetables  by Christopher Kimball

Vegetables

Christopher Kimball

Book

"Chili-spiked carrots. Skillet-charred Brussels sprouts. Mashed potatoes brightened with harissa and pistachios. These are just three ways to put vegetables in the center of your plate. Here in the U.S., meat is cheap and has been in the center of the...

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Women who run with the wolves  by Clarissa Pinkola. Estés

Women who run with the wolves

Clarissa Pinkola. Estés

Book

""Clarissa Pinkola Estes tells us about the 'wild woman', the wise and ageless presence in the female psyche that gives women their creativity, energy and power. For centuries, the 'wild woman' has been repressed by a male-orientated value system whi...

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The first, the few, the only by Deepa Purushothaman

The first, the few, the only

Deepa Purushothaman

eBook

"A deeply personal call to action for women of color to find power from within and join together in community, advocating for a new corporate environment where we all belong-and are accepted-on our own terms"--

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The Teen Interpreter by Terri Apter

The Teen Interpreter

Terri Apter

eBook

The Teen Interpreter is a generous roadmap for enjoying the most challenging, and rewarding, parenting years. Once children hit adolescence, it seems as if overnight "I love you" becomes "leave me alone," and any question from a parent can be dismissed...

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The everything guide to remote work by Jill Duffy

The everything guide to remote work

Jill Duffy

eBook

"During COVID-19, working from home became the new normal. Now, both employers and employees find that the remote work they were forced to adjust to may be, well, better-financially, sustainably, and even in terms of overall morale and productivity. ...

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There are no accidents by Jessie Singer

There are no accidents

Jessie Singer

eBook

"A journalist recounts the surprising history of accidents and reveals how they've come to define all that's wrong with America. We hear it all the time: "Sorry, it was just an accident." And we've been deeply conditioned to just accept that explanation...

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Squish, No. 8, Pod vs. Pod by Jennifer L. Holm

Squish, No. 8, Pod vs. Pod

Jennifer L. Holm

eAudiobook

Soon to be an animated show on HBO Max!From the New York Times bestselling, Eisner-winning creators of Babymouse, it's green ... it's blobby ... it's gross ... it's SQUISH(!), a comic-book-loving amoeba whose adventures are perfect for fans of Dog Man,...

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Cannibal killers  by Moira Martingale

Cannibal killers

Moira Martingale

Book

"Anthropophagy – humans eating their fellow-humans – creates a curious blend of revulsion and fascination. When the perpetrator is a murderer – most commonly a sadistic serial killer – the crime is not only shocking, but also bewildering. Moira Marti...

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British dandies  by Dominic Janes

British dandies

Dominic Janes

Book

"Dressy men as a type of celebrity have played a distinctive part in the cultural - and even in the political - life of Britain over several centuries. But unlike the twenty-first-century hipster, the dandies of the British past provoked intense degrees...

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The slimming foodie in one  by Pip Payne

The slimming foodie in one

Pip Payne

Book

"The Slimming Foodie is back with a fantastic new collection of 100 slimming recipes. These dishes are as delicious as ever but even simpler to prepare, as you only need one pot, pan or tray to prepare them. From all-in-one feasts to slow-cooked comforts,...

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Healthy heart, healthy brain  by Bradley Bale

Healthy heart, healthy brain

Bradley Bale

Book

"Every forty seconds, someone in the US suffers a heart attack or a stroke. Every sixty-five seconds someone develops dementia. The culprit is cardiovascular disease-- and rates are going up in younger people. Bale and Doneen present a comprehensive ...

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Founder brand  by Dave Gerhardt

Founder brand

Dave Gerhardt

Book

"You're part of an elite group of builders, creators, and innovators who have accomplished something few can claim: you've founded a company. Now the challenge of standing out in the crowd begins--and how you differentiate yourself counts. Building a...

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Inside out  by Deb Bailey

Inside out

Deb Bailey

Book

"Inside out: why leadership starts with you is a self-leadership book that provides a holistic approach to how we can become our best future self and live a life by design. It is a collection and celebration of the many leaders Deb Bailey has worked with...

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The currency of politics  by Stefan Eich

The currency of politics

Stefan Eich

Book

"Money in the history of political thought, from ancient Greece to the Great Inflation of the 1970s. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, critical attention has shifted from the economy to the most fundamental feature of all market economies-money....

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Seedling field guide, common pest plants in Auckland.

Seedling field guide, common pest plants in Auckland.

Book

"This seedling field guide on pest plants, along with its companion guide on native plants, is intended to support gardeners, landscapers and environmentalists who are fostering native biodiversity. They are intended to help readers to identify seedlings...

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Seedling field guide, common natives in Auckland.

Seedling field guide, common natives in Auckland.

Book

"This seedling field guide on native plants, along with its companion guide on pest plants, is intended to support gardeners, landscapers and environmentalists who are fostering native biodiversity. They are intended to help readers to identify seedlings...

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Patriarchy blues  by Frederick (Activist) Joseph

Patriarchy blues

Frederick (Activist) Joseph

Book

"In this thought-provoking collection of essays, poems, and short reflections, Frederick Joseph explores issues of masculinity and patriarchy from both a personal and cultural standpoint. From fatherhood, and "manning up" to abuse and therapy, he fea...

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Spirits unveiled  by Michelle (Spiritualist) Welch

Spirits unveiled

Michelle (Spiritualist) Welch

Book

"Spirits move amongst us every day but at some point, whether due to fear or control, we decided not to interact with them or see them. In reality, there is no such veil dividing our worlds. Spirits Unveiled will help us become aware of all types of ...

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Small habits for a big life  by Rebecca Ray

Small habits for a big life

Rebecca Ray

Book

"Change is not about grand statements and sweeping gestures. It is about chipping away, a bit at a time, at the habits that hold us back. Dr Rebecca Ray knows about the power of small habits to make big changes. By introducing small changes into her own...

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A more loving world

A more loving world

Book

"An empowering guide to creating a kinder, more loving world.The modern world is richer, safer and more connected than ever. But it is also a far less loving world than we need or want: impatience, self-righteousness, moralism and viciousness run ram...

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Love unf*cked  by Gary John Bishop

Love unf*cked

Gary John Bishop

Book

"'Love is patient, love is blind. . .' Until it's not. Then what? No matter how much advice we get or how much work we do on our 'stuff', nothing ever seems to make the difference. The truth of it is, you're woefully ill-equipped for one of the most....

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The Lady Di look book  by Eloise Moran

The Lady Di look book

Eloise Moran

Book

"Through a rich and beautiful series of images, British fashion journalist Eloise Moran decodes Princess Diana's outfits in this smart visual psychobiography of an icon. From the pink gingham pants and pastel-yellow overalls of a sacrificial lamb, to...

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Curious habits  by Luke Mathers

Curious habits

Luke Mathers

Book

"Attention to detail is great perfectionism is a curious habit. Chocolate is awesome using it to treat anxiety is a curious habit. Honest self-awareness is admirable constantly beating yourself up is a curious habit. We have habits for a reason, we r...

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Climbers  by Peter Cossins

Climbers

Peter Cossins

Book

"When, during the Pyrenean stages of the 1998 Tour de France, a journalist asked Marco Pantani why he rode so fast in the mountains, the elfin Italian, unmistakeable in the bandanna and hooped ear-rings that played up to his "Pirate" nickname, replied:...

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Hell yeah or no  by Derek Sivers

Hell yeah or no

Derek Sivers

Book

"Overwhelmed? If you feel anything less than “hell yeah!” about something, say no. We say yes too often. By saying no to almost everything, you leave space and time in your life to throw yourself completely into the few things that matter most. After...

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Light rains sometimes fall  by Lev Parikian

Light rains sometimes fall

Lev Parikian

Book

"In the West we consider the passing of the year through the prism of four seasons. Other cultures see nature’s turn quite differently, however. The traditional Japanese calendar recognises that the subtle changes of the natural world with a total of...

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Spiritual freedom in the digital age  by Jason Gregory

Spiritual freedom in the digital age

Jason Gregory

Book

"Jason Gregory reveals the psychological and spiritual damage digital technology and social media are having on the human mind, and gifts you a digital free lifestyle to reclaim your health and sanity for a better world. Spiritual Freedom in the Digital...

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Money men  by Dan McCrum

Money men

Dan McCrum

Book

"When investigative journalist Dan McCrum first came across Wirecard, the hot new tech company that looked poised to challenge Silicon Valley, it all looked a little too good to be true- offices were sprouting up all over the world, they were reporting...

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Drawing on the dominant eye  by Betty Edwards

Drawing on the dominant eye

Betty Edwards

Book

"Betty Edwards reveals the role our dominant eye plays in how we perceive, create, and are seen by those around us. Research shows that much like being right-handed or left-handed, each of us has a dominant eye, corresponding to the dominant side of our...

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Dream guidance  by Machiel Klerk

Dream guidance

Machiel Klerk

Book

"Everyone dreams-both literally and metaphorically-but most people don't know that their dreams can be used for personal development. Therapist, dream expert, and founder of the Jung Society of Utah and the Jung Platform Machiel Klerk shares how, through...

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Almost vegetarian one pot

Almost vegetarian one pot

Book

"More people now than ever are embracing a plant-based diet. We make it even easier, by reducing the time you spend prepping and washing up. All the recipes in this book can be tossed into the one pot, pan or dish to make amazing plant-foward dinners...

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Annie's boy  by Gary Todd

Annie's boy

Gary Todd

Book

"Annie's Boy is a coming-of-age story as seen through the eyes of a boy and his mum living in Scotland in the 1970s and 80s where fear, violence and struggle was an everyday part of life. It is a story of hope and quiet courage and perseverance that will...

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Mezcla  by Ixta Belfrage

Mezcla

Ixta Belfrage

Book

"Everyday eating with special occasion energy - from the Ottolenghi protégé shaking up the food world. In Spanish, mezcla means mix, mixture or blend, and is used to describe music and art as well as cooking. In her first solo book, Ixta Belfrage - loved...

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Why women read fiction  by Helen Taylor

Why women read fiction

Helen Taylor

Book

"Ian McEwan once said, 'When women stop reading, the novel will be dead.' This book explains how precious fiction is to contemporary women readers, and how they draw on it to tell the stories of their lives. Female readers are key to the future of fi...

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The future of work

The future of work

Book

"The future is here. How is your organization responding? Amid the turbulence of a global pandemic, worldwide social justice movements, and accelerated digital transformation, one thing has been clear-work will no longer be the same. Employees now expect...

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How to solve a crime  by Angela Gallop

How to solve a crime

Angela Gallop

Book

"CRIME [Noun]: An action or omission which constitutes an offence and is punishable by law. Forensic science is one of the most important aspects of any criminal investigation. It can allow the authorities to do everything from positively identify a suspect...

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