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While you wait for your coffee or commute, this book will reveal what you need to be fluent and ready for the cosmic headlines: from the Big Bang to black holes, quarks to quantum mechanics, and the search for planets and life in the universe.
In the 18th century, India's share of the economy was as large as Europe's. After two centuries of British rule, it had decreased six-fold. British imperialism justified that it’s for the benefit of the governed, but Tharoor demolishes this position.
How to Eat Better strips away the fad diets, superfood fixations and Instagram hashtags to give you a straight-talking scientist's guide to making everyday foods far healthier (and tastier) simply by changing the way you select, store and cook them.
Unashamedly idealistic, The New Zealand Project ultimately does not seek to prescribe a new future but instead kick-start a fresh and bigger conversation about how to improve the country - and the world - we all inhabit now.
K. Emma Ng shines light onto the persistence of anti-Asian sentiment in New Zealand. Her anecdotal account is based on her personal experience as a second-generation young Chinese-New Zealand woman and those of other young Asian-New Zealanders.
In her most ambitious book to date, Dame Anne Salmond looks at New Zealand as a site of cosmo-diversity, a place where multiple worlds engage and collide.
Historian Peter Lineham examines Christianity in New Zealand through the lens of cultural development, and asks: If the various denominations and faiths set out to shape New Zealand, how did the very fact of New Zealand change those faiths?
Ranging from quick and easy stir-fries to hearty slow-cooked dishes, these recipes are light on effort and big on taste. With no complicated cooking methods or hard-to-find ingredients, Eat promises to make cooking a cause for celebration.
Manal al-Sharif took to the streets in a one-woman protest that gave birth to Women2Drive. Daring to Drive offers a rare glimpse of women's lives in modern Saudi Arabia - a remarkable exploration of resilience and a celebration of female solidarity.
One of the few remaining Holocaust survivors tells her unforgettable story in this moving testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of choice in our lives.
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