Miracles of Our Own Making: A History of Paganism - by Liz Williams - £9.99
Miracles of Our Own Making is a historical overview of magic in the British Isles, from the ancient peoples of Britain to the rich and cosmopolitan landscape of contemporary paganism. We explore the beliefs of the Druids, the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings ... more
Delicacy: A Memoir About Cake and Death - by Katy Wix - £9.99
"Painfully raw and incredibly funny"(Simon Amstell)
From award-winning comedian and writer Katy Wix comes Delicacy - a different kind of memoir from an astonishing new voice. Twenty-one snapshots of a life - some staccato, raw and shocking, ... more
The Sad Ghost Club: Volume Two - by Lize Meddings - £10.99
Ever felt anxious or alone? Like you don't belong anywhere? Like you're almost... invisible? Find your kindred spirits at The Sad Ghost Club. (You are not alone.
Shhh. Pass it on.) When two strangers meet at a party and realise they both feel dif ... more
Between Certain Death And A Possible Future: Queer Writing on Growing up with the AIDS Crisis - by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore - £18.99
An enthralling and incisive anthology of personal essays on the persistent impact of the AIDS crisis on queer lives.
Every queer person lives with the trauma of AIDS, and this plays out intergenerationally. Usually we hear about two generati ... more
Misfits: A Personal Manifesto - by Michaela Coel - £9.99
From the brilliant mind of the creator and star of I May Destroy You and Chewing Gum comes a passionate declaration against fitting in.
Michaela Coel's MacTaggart Lecture touched a lot of people with her striking revelations about race, class a ... more
And Now For The Good News... The Much-Needed Tonic for our Frazzled World - by Ruby Wax - £9.99
Bestselling author and comedian, Ruby Wax, uses her iconic wit and expertise to equip readers with a positive roadmap for a kinder, brighter world and better mental health.
As we begin to see the green shoots of a post-pandemic world, Ruby Wax's ... more
Demystifying Disability: What to Know, What to Say, and How to Be an Ally - by Emily Ladau - £11.99
An approachable guide to being a thoughtful, informed ally to disabled people, with actionable steps for what to say and do (and what not to do) and how you can help make the world a more inclusive place.
“A candid, accessible cheat sheet ... more
Spike: The Virus vs. The People: The Inside Story - by Jeremy Farrar with Anjana Ahuja - £14.99
First book on Covid-19 by a scientist on SAGE, assessing how the government 'followed the science'
***THE TOP 5 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER***
A pulse-racing journey through the science and politics of the pandemic. Did the UK government re ... more
Raising Feminist Boys: How to Talk to Your Child About Gender, Consent, and Empathy - by Bobbi Wegner - £13.99
It's never too early to start talking to boys about gender, consent, and empathy. In a world still steeped in gender inequality and sexual violence, it's become more and more clear that we can't just teach girls to protect themselves. We must also te ... more
Maybe I Don't Belong Here: A Memoir of Race, Identity, Breakdown and Recovery - by David Harewood - £20.00
'As a Black British man I believe it is vital that I tell this story. It may be just one account from the perspective of a person of colour who has experienced this system, but it may be enough to potentially change an opinion or, more importantly, s ... more
The Doctor Will See You Now: The Highs and Lows of My Life as an NHS GP - by Amir Khan - £8.99
The Sunday Times Bestseller updated with a new chapter on Amir's experiences during the coronavirus pandemic and being on the frontlines of the historic vaccination effort.
60 hours a week
10 minutes to make a diagnosis
We ... more
Afrikan Wisdom: New Voices Talk Black Liberation, Buddhism, and Beyond - by Valerie Mason-John - £15.99
A spiritual, political, and interdisciplinary anthology of wisdom stories from Black liberation leaders and teachers.
Afrikan Wisdom represents an intersectional, cross-pollinated exploration of Black life–past, present, and future. Award-winn ... more
The Big Book of Plant-Based Baby Food - by Tamika L Gardner - £14.99
Baby food finally goes plant-based in this cookbook featuring 300 easy, delicious recipes that any parent can make to ensure their babies and toddlers get all the nutrients they need...without any of the ingredients they don't.
Every pare ... more
Living and Loving in the Age of AIDS : A Memoir - by Derek Frost - £12.99
This is the tale of a devastating pandemic, of lives cut painfully short - it's also a love story.
Derek, a distinguished designer, and J, a pioneering entrepreneur and creator of Heaven, the iconic gay dance club, met and fell in love more ... more
The Menopause Manifesto: Own Your Health with Facts and Feminism - by Dr Jen Gunter - £14.99
In The Menopause Manifesto internationally renowned New York Times bestselling author Dr Jen Gunter brings you empowerment through knowledge by countering stubborn myths and misunderstandings about menopause with hard facts, real science, fascinating ... more
The Comfort Book - by Matt Haig - £16.99
Reflections on hope, survival and the messy miracle of being alive from the bestselling author of The Midnight Library.
It is a strange paradox, that many of the clearest, most comforting life lessons are learned while we are at our lowest ... more
A Witch's Guide to Wildcraft: Using Common Plants to Create Uncommon Magick - by J.D. Walker - £14.99
You don't need a lush garden to begin wildcrafting, you can find plenty of magickal herbs growing just outside your door.
A Witch's Guide to Wildcraft explores more than thirty common plants, providing tips for identification, gathering, an ... more
DAD: Untold stories of Fatherhood, Love, Mental Health and Masculinity - by Elliott Rae (Editor) - £18.99
DAD is a deeply moving and inspiring collection of stories that represent the diversity of modern fatherhood and seeks to start a conversation that challenges the traditions associated with masculinity.
Including 20 powerful and defiant stori ... more
There Plant Eyes: A Personal and Cultural History of Blindness - by M. Leona Godin - £22.50
From Homer to Helen Keller, from Dune to Stevie Wonder, from the invention of braille to the science of echolocation, M. Leona Godin explores the fascinating history of blindness, interweaving it with her own story of gradually losing her sight.  ... more
Period. - by Emma Barnett - £9.99
'Don't be revolted, lead the revolt - preferably with a grin on your face and a tampon tucked proudly behind your ear.'
Emma loathes her period. Really, she does. But there's something she loathes even more: not being able to talk about it. Free ... more
A Spell in the Wild: A Year (and Six Centuries) of Magic - by Alice Tarbuck - £16.99
Witches occupy a clear place in contemporary imagination. We can see them, emerging shadowy, from the corners of the past: mad, glamorous, difficult, strange. They haunt the footnotes of history - from medieval witches burning at the stake to the lur ... more
Still Hot! 42 Brilliantly Honest Menopause Stories - by Kaye Adams and Vicky Allan - £9.99
Every menopause has its own story. It's time we listened to them.
The Big M - not to mention the Big Peri-M - is a subject reduced to whispers or the cheap laughs of a hot flush.
No one quite tells you the truth. No one prepares you for it. ... more
The Courage to Care: Nurses, Families and Hope - by Christie Watson - £8.99
Nurses have never been more important. We benefit from their expertise in our hospitals and beyond: in our schools, on our streets, in prisons, hospices and care homes. When we feel most alone, nurses remind us that we are not alone at all.
In T ... more
Unwell Women: A Journey Through Medicine And Myth in a Man-Made World - by Elinor Cleghorn - £16.99
'We are taught that medicine is the art of solving our body's mysteries. And as a science, we expect medicine to uphold the principles of evidence and impartiality. We want our doctors to listen to us and care for us as people, but we also need their ... more
Labours of Love: The Crisis of Care - by Madeleine Bunting - £9.99
Long before the pandemic, care work has been underpaid and its values disregarded.
In this remarkable and compassionate book, Madeleine Bunting speaks to those on the front line of the care crisis, struggling to hold together a crumbling in ... more
Sex Matters: How male-centric medicine endangers women's health and what we can do about it - by Dr Alyson J. McGregor - £9.99
A clarion call about the dangers of medicine for women, as well as a manual for how women can get the right care for their bodies.
Sex Matters tackles one of the most urgent, yet unspoken issues facing women's health care today: all models ... more
Notes on Grief - by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - £10.00
A devastating essay on loss and the people we love from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the bestselling author of Americanah and Half of a Yellow Sun.
'Grief is a cruel kind of education. You learn how ungentle mourning can be, how full of anger. You ... more
All The Places In Between - by John Cei Douglas - £11.99
A silent sequential narrative journey exploring mental health and our sense of self.
"There are empty spaces that must be respected, those often long periods when a person can’t see the pictures or find the words and needs to be left alone."(Tov ... more
Rebel Witch: Carve the Craft that's Yours Alone - by Kelly-Ann Maddox - £16.99
Rebel Witch reminds witches of the wondrous opportunity to jump into experimentation and invent something wild and individual, a practice shaped by their individual personality and life journey, rather than allowing themselves to be spoon-fed. It cha ... more
What Have I Done? Motherhood, Mental Illness & Me - by Laura Dockrill - £8.99
Like any new mum, Laura Dockrill felt rather overwhelmed after the birth of her son. But a slow recovery, sleep deprivation and anxiety quickly escalated into postpartum psychosis, and she had to spend a fortnight in a psych ward, separated fro ... more
Hope is a Verb: Six Steps to Radical Optimism When the World Seems Broken - by Emily Ehlers - £12.99
For readers of The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse, a gift book for an era of global anxiety.
When the world feels uncertain, we need hope, humour and meaningful action. Hope Is a Verb is the ideal handbook for anyone freaked out about th ... more
Daughter of Mine - by Lesley Williams - £6.99
For those who know loss, there is a moment in time for which everything else is either before or after.
Dominique Williams was a creative, kind and exuberant twenty-year-old who lived life to the fullest and craved adventure.
Her sudd ... more
Never Leave the Dog Behind: Our Love of Dogs and Mountains - by Helen Mort - £8.99
'We live in a world populated by dog lovers, where many of us regard them as members of the family. We are fascinated by them: either anthropomorphising our pets or obsessing about the ways they differ from us. And mountains – theatres of risk, dra ... more
Many Different Kinds of Love: A Story of Life, Death and the NHS - by Michael Rosen, illustrated by by Chris Riddell - £14.99
A national treasure's journey to the brink and back.
'Will I wake up?'
'There's a 50:50 chance.'
Michael Rosen wasn't feeling well. Soon he was struggling to breathe, and then he was admitted to hospital, suffering from coronavirus as th ... more
The Other Mother: A Wickedly Honest Parenting Tale for Every Kind of Family - by Jen Brister - £8.99
I'm Jen Brister, stand-up comedian, middle-aged adolescent and, more recently, a mum. But not that mum – I'm the other one. Confused? Let’s back up a bit. Two years ago, my partner (a woman – we're not solicitors) gave birth to twins. Yes. Yes. ... more
My Sh*t Therapist & Other Mental Health Stories - by Michelle Thomas - £8.99
When Michelle Thomas suffered her first major depressive episode six years ago, she read and watched and listened to everything about mental health she could get her hands on in an effort to fix herself. God, it was depressing. Which is the last thin ... more
Dear Black Girl: Letters From Your Sisters on Stepping Into Your Power - by Tamara Winfrey Harris - £13.99
"Dear Black Girl is the empowering, affirming love letter our girls need in order to thrive in a world that does not always protect, nurture, or celebrate us. This collection of Black women's voices… is a must-read, not only for Black girls, but fo ... more
My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies - by Resmaa Menakem - £9.99
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
The consequences of racism can be found in our bodies - in skin and sinew, in bone and blood. In this ground-breaking, inspiring work, therapist Resmaa Menakem examines the damage, the physical consequences of dis ... more
The Shapeless Unease: My Year in Search of Sleep - by Samantha Harvey - £9.99
Sleep. Sleep. Like money, you only think about it when you have too little.
Then you think about it all the time, and the less you have the more you think about it. It becomes the prism through which you see the world and nothing can exist except in ... more
Your No Guilt Pregnancy Plan: A Revolutionary Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and the Weeks That Follow - by Rebecca Schiller - £14.99
Providing you with everything you've ever wanted to know about pregnancy, this is the definitive guide from conception to the first few weeks' at home with your newborn.
Your No Guilt Pregnancy Plan is a revolutionary new guide to pregnancy and ... more
Radical Acts of Love: Twenty Conversations to Inspire Hope at the End of Life - by Janie Brown - £9.99
A profoundly moving account of an oncology nurse’s conversations with the dying.
In Radical Acts of Love, Janie Brown, oncology nurse and counsellor, offers a sensitive and wise insight into our final moments by recounting twenty convers ... more
Quit Like a Woman: The Radical Choice to Not Drink in a Culture Obsessed with Alcohol - by Holly Whitaker - £9.99
We live in a world obsessed with drinking. We drink at work events, lunches, book clubs and weddings. Yet no one ever questions alcohol's ubiquity.
In fact, the only thing ever questions is why people don't drink. It is a qualifier for belon ... more
The Body Is Not An Apology (Revised and Expanded Second Edition) - by Sonya Renee Taylor - £15.99
A global movement guided by love.
Humans are a varied and divergent bunch with all manner of beliefs, morals, and bodies. Systems of oppression thrive off our inability to make peace with difference and injure the relationship we have with ou ... more
How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids: Effective Strategies for Stressed Out Parents - by Carla Naumburg - £9.99
So, you're losing your sh*t with your kids. You scream, you shout, you snap at them. You're cranky and irritable more often than you'd like to admit.
You know how you want to parent; you want to be a calmer, more rational and intentional parent, but ... more
Breathtaking: Inside the NHS in a Time of Pandemic - by Rachel Clarke - £16.99
How does it feel to confront a pandemic from the inside, one patient at a time? To bridge the gulf between a perilously unwell patient in quarantine and their distraught family outside? To be uncertain whether the protective equipment you wear fits t ... more
The Rules of Contagion: Why Things Spread - and Why They Stop - by Adam Kucharski - £9.99
A deadly virus suddenly explodes into the population. A political movement gathers pace, and then quickly vanishes.
An idea takes off like wildfire, changing our world forever. We live in a world that's more interconnected than ever before. Our ... more
The Crying Book - by Heather Christle - £8.99
In this symphonic work of non-fiction, Heather Christle explores the most human of behaviours: crying. What are tears made of? Why do people cry? And why is this common, crucial act so rarely discussed? Christle unpacks the biological reasons for tea ... more
The Sad Ghost Club: Volume 1 - by Lize Meddings - £10.99
Ever felt anxious or alone? Like you don't belong anywhere? Like you're almost... invisible? Find your kindred spirits at The Sad Ghost Club. (You are not alone. Shhh. Pass it on.)
This is the story of one of those days - a day so bad you ca ... more
Black Girl In Love (with Herself) - by Trey Anthony - £12.99
The essential guide to self-love that every black woman needs; you can create the life you deserve - no matter what you've been told in the past. After a lifetime of never truly relating to personal development experts because of the colour of her ... more
Why We Believe: Evolution and the Human Way of Being - by Agustin Fuentes - £20.00
A wide-ranging argument by a renowned anthropologist that the capacity to believe is what makes us human.
Why are so many humans religious? Why do we daydream, imagine, and hope? Philosophers, theologians, social scientists, and historians ... more
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