‘Bryony Gordon is a terrific, compassionate writer’ Elizabeth Day
‘Bryony writes with such entertaining and brazen candour about mental illness... she really helps people tackle their own stuff. Her writing has helped me before and thi ... more
The Keys to Kindness: How to be Kinder to Yourself, Others and the World - by Claudia Hammond - £10.99
Kindness can be your super-power. It feels good to be kind to others. And it feels good to receive kindness. Making the world better, in however small a way, feels good and does good. Did you know kinder bosses are more successful bosses? That paying ... more
Living With Hearing Loss and Deafness: A guide to owning it and loving it - by Samantha Baines - £16.99
‘Highly informative, told with warmth and humour’ – Adam Kay, author of This is Going to Hurt
‘Heartfelt and hilarious – deaf awareness beautifully told through Sam’s unique voice’ – Laura Whitmore
‘This book is im ... more
The Autists: Women on the Spectrum - by Clara Tornvall - £12.99
‘Törnvall has written an important, illuminating first book, one that deserves to sit alongside the best insider accounts of autism … [The Autists] should be required reading for all parents, partners, friends and colleagues of anyone on the aut ... more
Bittersweet: How to Turn Sorrow Into Creativity, Beauty and Love - by Susan Cain - £10.99
AN OPRAH BOOK CLUB PICK
THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER -- FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER QUIET: THE POWER OF INTROVERTS IN A WORLD THAT CAN'T STOP TALKING
"Amazing and profound... every single person should read i ... more
The Half Known Life: Finding Paradise in a Divided World - by Pico Iyer - £10.99
'Nothing less than a guided tour of the human soul ... A masterpiece' Elizabeth Gilbert
'A work of spiritual evolution [and] inner journeys told through extraordinary exteriors' Washington Post
One of our most perceptive travel writers emba ... more
Same Old Girl: Staying Alive, Staying Sane, Staying Myself - by Sylvia Patterson - £20.00
‘There’s no mistaking the writing of Sylvia Patterson’ Sunday Times
‘One of the finest writers in the world’ David Quantick
How does the big stuff in life truly change us?
In late 2019, Sylvia Patterson was a cele ... more
New Moon Magic: 13 Anti-Capitalist Tools for Resistance and Re-Enchantment - by Risa Dickens and Amy Torok - £17.99
Harness the power of lunar magic with 13 essential practices for the modern witch — one for each New Moon of the year.
Fresh, fierce, and unapologetically feminist, this is both guidebook and rallying cry: an intersectional and inclusive m ... more
Can Conflict End? - by J. Krishnamurti - £8.99
Without the fundamental necessity of peace, we cannot possibly understand the greater things of life.
With his signature insight and wisdom, world renowned thinker J. Krishnamurti offers a timely manifesto on the roots of conflict. In ... more
Queer Heroes of Myth and Legend: A Celebration of Gay Gods, Sapphic Saints, and Queerness... - by Dan Jones - £16.99
Hidden in the margins of history books, classical literature, and thousands of years of stories, myths and legends, through to contemporary literature, TV and film, there is a diverse and other-worldly super community of queer heroes to discover, lea ... more
You Are Not Alone - by Cariad Lloyd - £18.99
Welcome to the club.
I'm still here now, all these years later. You don't leave once you've joined; it's a life membership. Grief eases and changes and returns but it never disappears.
But you will be okay. Somehow you will be.  ... more
The God Desire - by David Baddiel - £9.99
From the bestselling author of Jews Don’t Count
‘ A hugely heartfelt, funny, kind, fascinating, human and clever book ’ ALAIN DE BOTTON
‘ Magnificent. Breathtaking. And shockingly rare... another one-sitting wonder’ STEPHEN ... more
Hagitude: Reimagining the Second Half of Life - by Sharon Blackie - £10.99
A radical rewriting of the future for all women approaching their mid and elder years.
‘There can be a perverse pleasure, as well as a sense of rightness and beauty, in insisting on flowering just when the world expects you to become quiet and ... more
Our Stories: 75 Years of the NHS from the People Who Built It, Lived It and Love It - by Stephanie Snow (Editor) - £16.99
FOREWORD BY ADAM KAY, AUTHOR OF THIS IS GOING TO HURT
Portion of proceeds go to NHS Charities Together.
A beautiful and heart-warming collection of stories, this landmark publication tells, for the first time ever, the rich history of the ... more
Grimalkin's Curious Cats Tarot: An 80-Card Deck and Guidebook - by MJ Cullinane - £21.99
From the creator of the Crow Tarot, a richly illustrated 80-card tarot deck and guidebook perfect for cat lovers.
With one paw in the human world of catnip toys and belly rubs and another in the animal world stalking prey and disappearing in ... more
A Heart That Works - by Rob Delaney - £10.99
In this memoir of loss, acclaimed writer and comedian Rob Delaney grapples with the fragile miracle of life, the mysteries of death, and the question of purpose for those left behind.
When you’re a parent and your child gets hurt or sick, you ... more
The Dark Crystal Tarot Deck and Guidebook - by Jim Henson - £24.98
Bring the world of Thra to your tarot practice with this fantastical take on the traditional 78-card tarot deck.
This beautiful deck features enchanting, all-new illustrations of Jim Henson’s beloved characters and creatures based on clas ... more
Autistic World Domination: How to Script Your Life - by Jolene Stockman - £12.99
The neurotypical world doesn't always work for autistic people who often feel they're on the same planet but live in a different world. Autistic World Domination is here to rewrite normal. By helping readers write their own blueprint for life, ... more
Truth and Repair: How Trauma Survivors Envision Justice - by Judith L. Herman - £0.00
‘A magnificent and inspiring contribution with profound implications’ Bessel van der Kolk MD, author of The Body Keeps the Score
‘Celebrates survivors’ wisdom and their power to heal themselves and the world we live in’ Anita Hill& ... more
It's Not Just You: How to Navigate Eco-Anxiety and the Climate Crisis - by Tori Tsui - £16.99
The world is in desperate need of this book’ - Greta Thunberg
'It's Not Just You is a galvanising breath of fresh air' - Mikaela Loach
'Tori Tsui is changing the conversation around mental health and the climate crisis' - Vogue
‘A ... more
I Want to Die But I Want to Eat Tteokbokki: Conversations with My Psychiatrist - by Baek Sehee, translated by Anton Hur - £9.99
THE PHENOMENAL KOREAN BESTSELLER, OVER 100,000 COPIES SOLD IN HARDBACK
TRANSLATED BY INTERNATIONAL BOOKER SHORTLISTEE ANTON HUR
'Will strike a chord with anyone who feels that their public life is at odds with how they really feel inside.' ... more
Women of Myth: From Deer Woman and Mami Wata to Amaterasu and Athena... - by Jenny Williamson and Genn McMenemy, illustrated by Sara Richard - £12.99
Uncover the fascinating and complex women from mythology and folklore with this collection of stories profiling powerful goddesses, mighty queens, and legendary creatures.
Get inspired with 50 fascinating stories of powerful female figures f ... more
I'm Never Fine: Scenes and Spasms on Loss - by Joseph Lezza - £14.99
★★★★★ “A standout piece of work. This is tough and true and so well considered. A magnificent achievement.” Russell T. Davies, award-winning writer and creator of Queer as Folk and Doctor Who
In I'm Never Fine, a collage memoir ... more
Magpies & Red Skies: The Enchanting Origins of 100 Superstitions - by Willow Winsham - £14.99
Find a penny, pick it up
All day long you'll have good luck
Whether hopping over cracks, saluting magpies or knocking on wood, we all seek good fortune through performing curious rituals. But is there ancient wisdom behind the folklore of s ... more
The Korean Book of Happiness: Joy, Resilience and the Art of Giving - by Barbara J. Zitwer - £14.99
From the very first moment she set foot in South Korea, Barbara Zitwer, literary agent to some of the most celebrated, prize-winning Korean authors, fell head-over-heels in love, discovering there a renewed sense of happiness and energy.
In ... more
What About Men? - by Caitlin Moran - £22.00
'A must-read eye-opener that makes you laugh, cry, get angry and get happy on every page. It's magnificent' Bob Mortimer
'Our greatest modern writer on women turns her eyes on men - and it's all good' David Baddiel
As any feminist w ... more
The Autism FAQ: Everything You Wanted to Know About Diagnosis & Autistic Life - by Joe Biel and Faith G. Harper - £14.99
What's it like to be autistic? As many as one in forty-five people live that reality every day, but our culture remains full of myths, stigma, and dangerous misunderstandings of this type of neurodiversity.
This guide to life on the autism ... more
Woodland Wardens: A 52-Card Oracle Deck & Guidebook - by Jessica Roux - £14.99
From the author of Floriography comes a gorgeously illustrated oracle deck and guidebook inspired by the magic of woodland flora and fauna.
Drawing on mythology, folklore, and literature, each card in the Woodland Wardens deck features an animal ... more
Unraveling Motherhood: Understanding Your Experience through Self-Reflection, Self-Care... - by Geraldine Walsh - £16.99
“In this beautiful book, Geraldine gently guides us through the unraveling of our journeys through motherhood to finding our identities again, so we can begin to work on loving and accepting who we are through the ups and the lows.
This book ... more
Power Thoughts: 365 Daily Affirmations - by Louise Hay - £9.99
Choose positive affirmations and take the first step to creating a new and fulfilling life with the trusted guidance of Louise Hay.
Every thought you think and every word you speak is an affirmation. An affirmation is like planting a seed. Y ... more
The Little Book of Humanist Funerals: Remembering and Celebrating a Life - by Andrew Copson and Alice Roberts - £12.99
From the Sunday Times bestselling authors of The Little Book of Humanism.
A humanist funeral allows us the freedom to remember and celebrate the life of someone in exactly the way we want to and – as the most popular alternative to a religious ... more
52 Ways to Walk: The Surprising Science of Walking for Wellness and Joy, One Week at a Time - by Annabel Streets - £10.99
Walking strengthens our bodies, calms our minds and lifts our spirits. But it does so much more than this. Our vision, hearing, respiration, sleep, cognition, memory, blood pressure, sense of smell and balance are all enhanced by how we walk. For ins ... more
She Recovers Every Day: Daily Meditations for Women in Recovery - by Dawn Nickel - £17.99
Dawn Nickel is one of the founders of the international movement and non-profit organization SHE RECOVERS® Foundation. In this book, Nickel adds her unique voice to the Hazelden meditation series.
Nickel addresses anyone who identifies as a ... more
Ultra-Processed People: Why Do We All Eat Stuff That Isn't Food ... and Why Can't We Stop? - by Chris van Tulleken - £22.00
THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'If you only read one diet or nutrition book in your life, make it this one' Bee Wilson
'A devastating, witty and scholarly destruction of the shit food we eat and why' Adam Rutherford
An eye- ... more
This Won't Hurt: How Medicine Fails Women - by Dr Marieke Bigg - £22.00
‘A hugely informative and quietly furious call to arms.’ IRISH TIMES
‘A ground-breaking new book.’ EVENING STANDARD
‘A must read.’ DAILY EXPRESS
‘She is balanced in her evidence analysis, forensic in her resea ... more
Sugar Rush: Science, Politics and the Demonisation of Fatness - by Karen Throsby - £19.99
In the second decade of the twenty-first century, the crusade against sugar rose to prominence as an urgent societal problem about which something needed to be done. Sugar was transformed into the common enemy in a revived 'war on obesity' levelled a ... more
What I Wish People Knew About Dementia - by Wendy Mitchell - £9.99
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'Essential reading' SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE
'A book of hope' OBSERVER
'A marvellous tour of insights' THE TIMES
'A must-read... I couldn't recommend it higher' MICHAEL BALL
What can a diseased brain tell ... more
Zen in the Garden: The Japanese Art of Peaceful Gardening - by Miki Sakamoto - £12.99
'A delightful book, open at any page and find yourself transported into the garden and surrounded by butterflies, blackbirds, roses, and buddleja. Aaaand, breathe.’
Marc Hamer, author of How to Catch a Mole
Spring, summer, autumn, and win ... more
Rebel Bodies: A Guide to the Gender Health Gap Revolution - by Sarah Graham - £16.99
'Crucial reading for us all'
'Remarkable, impressive and important'
Maisie Hill, author of Period Power
'Validates for women that their experiences are not all in their heads'
Dr Sarah E. Hill, author of How the Pill Chan ... more
Untypical: How the World Isn't Built for Autistic People and What We Should All Do About it - by Pete Wharmby - £16.99
It’s time to remake the world – the ground-breaking book on what steps we should all be taking for the autistic people in our lives.
The modern world is built for neurotypicals: needless noise, bright flashing lights, small talk, phone c ... more
Keep Looking Up: Your Guide to the Powerful Healing of Birdwatching - by Tammah Watts - £12.99
Discover how you can find peace, harmony and contentment in birdwatching and unlock self-love with the power of nature.
Depressed, isolated and financially and spiritually broken, Tammah Watts was struggling with unrelenting pain from compli ... more
When This Is Over: Reflections on an Unequal Pandemic - by Amy Cortvriend, Lucy Easthope, Jenny Edkins and Kandida Purnell (Editors) - £14.99
The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound and persistent impact – a tragic loss of life, changes to established patterns of life and social inequalities laid bare. It brought out the good in many and the worst in others, and raised questions around what ... more
Everything You Need to Know About the Menopause (but were too afraid to ask) - by Kate Muir - £9.99
‘I have huge respect for Kate. A forensic journalist and menopause warrior.’ Davina McCall
An eye-opening, no-holds-barred guide to the perimenopause and menopause written by campaigner, journalist and documentary-maker Kate Muir.
The Anti-Consumerist Druid: How I Beat My Shopping Addiction Through Connection With Nature - by Katrina Townsend - £12.99
Many of us are coming to terms with the devastating global effects of overconsumption, and for me the desire to quit shopping has led me to explore Paganism, and then to Druidry!
This is not a book about Druidry. This is a book about how I s ... more
Ravenous: How to Get Ourselves and Our Planet into Shape - by Henry Dimbleby with Jemima Lewis - £16.99
The food system no longer serves us: it's killing us. Here's why we should be hungry for change.
'Brilliant - a must read' Tim Spector
'Ravenous is a revelation: a fast-paced, entertaining and often jaw-dropping guide to the modern ... more
Avocado Anxiety: and Other Stories About Where Your Food Comes From - by Louise Gray - £17.99
The food stories behind your favourite fruits and vegetables.
Have you ever wondered who picked your Fairtrade banana? Or why we can buy British strawberries in April? How far do you think your green beans travelled to get to your plate? And ... more
Poor Little Sick Girls: A Love Letter to Unacceptable Women - by Ione Gamble - £10.99
‘Incredible insight with a transgressive, witty, spirit.’ COURTNEY LOVE
‘The most sensational read of 2022!’ GEMMA COLLINS
‘A breath of fresh air... I want so many people to read this!’ TRAVIS ALABANZA
‘Visionary’ VIV ALBERTINE
A ... more
Humanly Possible: Seven Hundred Years of Humanist Freethinking, Enquiry and Hope - by Sarah Bakewell - £22.00
The bestselling, prizewinning author of How to Live and At the Existentialist Café explores 700 years of writers, thinkers, scientists and artists, all trying to understand what it means to be truly human.
'I can't imagine a better history' PHI ... more
It's Always Been Ours: Rewriting the Story of Black Women's Bodies - by Jessica Wilson - £14.99
Reclaim ownership of your health, rewrite the narrative surrounding body image and restore your right to healing, safety and self-love.
For too long Black women have been left out of discussions about body image, food, health and wellness. B ... more
Dreams: 100 Affirmations for a Good Night's Sleep - by Rock Point - £9.99
Harnessing the power of positive thinking to uplift, encourage, and inspire, Dreams: 100 Affirmations for a Good Night's Sleep guides you through empowering affirmations and more to achieve personal growth.
The way we speak to ourselves mat ... more
The Divine Feminine Self-Discovery Coloring Journal - by Sarina Mantle - £14.99
Nurture your divine feminine energy with colouring and inspirational poetry.
This book explores all aspects of the maiden, mother and wild woman archetypes by featuring transformative illustrations that will take you on a journey through div ... more
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