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Buddhist Psychology

by Caroline Brazier

Western therapeutic approaches have often put considerable emphasis on building self-esteem and enhancing a positive sense of self. This book challenges the assumption behind this approach. Most of us protect...

Stress-Free Parenting in 12 Steps

by Christiane Kutik & Matthew Barton

When a child is born parents feel on top of the world, but stress and exhaustion can soon take over, leaving nerves frayed. In this concise, practical book Christiane Kutik highlights twelve simple steps for...

Taking Appearance Seriously: The Dynamic Way of Seeing in Goethe and European Thought

by Henri Bortoft

The history of western metaphysics from Plato onwards is dominated by the dualism of being and appearance. What something really is (its true being) is believed to be hidden behind the 'mere appearances' through...

Timekeeping: Explore the History and Science of Telling Time with 15 Projects

by Linda Formichelli, W. Eric Martin & Sam Carbaugh

Taking young readers on a trek through the cultural history of time, this activity book teaches a complicated subject in an understandable and approachable way. The numerous hands-on activities, which include...

Planning for Learning Through Shopping

by Rachel Sparks Linfield

Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of shopping. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early...

Leo's Birds

by Michael Van Natta

Leo's Birds tells the story of Maria, a small-town family doctor wrongly accused of murdering two patients, and Leo, a construction worker trying to overcome the ghosts of his past. After Maria makes a daring...

Apocalypse When?: Why We Want to Believe There Will Be No Tomorrow

by Ted Harrison

In Apocalypse When? Ted Harrison asks why it is that we are so determined to forecast The End. Why do many people prefer to think of the world ending in a single dramatic event than simply fading away over millions...

Jean-Luc Nancy and the Question of Community

by Ignaas, Prof. Dr Devisch

The question of community is central to our daily life: where do we belong to, what do we share with each other? The French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy has made these questions one of the central topics of his...

Hegel's 'Phenomenology of Spirit': A Reader's Guide

by Stephen Houlgate


Phenomenology of Spirit is probably

his most famous work. First published in 1807, it has exercised considerable

influence on subsequent thinkers from Feuerbach and Marx to Heidegger, Koj�ve,

Adorno and...

Steven Berkoff: One Act Plays

by Steven Berkoff

Steven Berkoff has been variously described as controversial, thrilling, electric and dynamic. A Renaissance man of the theatre, he is known equally for his writing, directing and acting.

Collecting together...

The Static and Blackout

by Davey Anderson

The Static

'We all have sick thoughts. It doesnae matter what you think, it's what you do that counts. Trouble is, my thoughts do things. Don't believe me? Just watch.'

Sparky is a bright but volatile 15-year-old...

A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen & Simon Stephens

A compelling new version of Ibsen's 1879 masterpiece A Doll's House by Simon Stephens


by Janet Fox

Fans of The Great Gatsby, Libba Bray's The Diviners, and Bright Young Things will be captivated by Janet Fox's Roaring Twenties tale.

Two girls. One gangster. A deadly secret.

When Josephine's father ships her...

Cape to Cairo: One family's adventures along the waterways of Africa

by Kingsley Holgate

Along with his family, famed adventurer Kingsley Holgate dares to attempt to cross the length of the African continent along its watery veins, from Cape Town in the south to Cairo in the north.

Flying the Dragon

by Natalie Dias Lorenzi

American-born Skye is a good student and a star soccer player who never really gives any thought to the fact that her father is Japanese. Her cousin, Hiroshi, lives in Japan, and never really gives a thought...

Family Reminders

by Julie Danneberg & John Shelley

Sometimes we all need a little reminder.

Ten-year-old Mary McHugh’s world is shattered when her father is injured in a mining accident in the late 1800’s. After losing his leg, Mary’s father falls into...

Etiquette and Vitriol: The Food Chain and Other Plays

by Nicky Silver

The first play collection by a young master of razor-sharp wit and black humor.

The First Year: Fibromyalgia: Coping with musculoskeletal pain and fatigue disorder

by Claudia Craig Marek

Muscle pain, fatigue, irritable bowel and bladder - could it all add up to fibromyalgia? Such a range of common symptoms ensures that this disorder is difficult to diagnose, yet fibromyalgia makes life miserable...

The Daily Telegraph: Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals& Herbal Supplements

by Sarah Brewer

A bewildering range of vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements are now available, but legislation means that information about their health benefits cannot be given on packaging as it would constitute a health...

Rhythms of the Week: And Other Explorations of Time

by Wolfgang Held & Matthew Barton

The week has a remarkable rhythm that does not fit exactly with either the month or the year, yet most of humanity keeps faith with it. Why did the seven-day week triumph over other ways of subdividing the month...