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Whole Earth Living argues that human society needs a change of consciousness if we are going to ensure long-term human survival on Earth. It uses long-term history, evolutionary biology, neuroscience and philosophy to develop a new sustainability paradigm.
What is an activist? Why do we need them? Join Hope as she discovers how to make positive change on issues that matter from clothes made in fair trade to refugee aid - and to have fun at the same time! Even if you are small you can still stand tall andhelp out to make the world a better place for all.
Joy Norstrom's Flying the Nest is a heartfelt examination of our assumptions on aging and sexuality, the strength of family, and the enduring power of community.
I resisted, but she drew me back. I stayed away, but she beckoned me. I distanced myself, but she haunted me. I even rejected her, but she did not abandon me... This nonfiction is with chapters in which the reader experiences aspects of art, culture, history and the present through the eyes of the writer and the inhabitants of Rome.
Six strings, two men, one shot
The Lost Smile is beautifully illustrated colourful picture book that demonstrates the importance of accepting our emotions. Zaytoon's journey shows children it's okay to be sad and reassures young readers that sadness can be temporary.
This is a story of survival, resurgence, and what it means to be bigger than where you come from. With themes of friendship, coming-of-age, family abuse, survival, creativity, courage and diversity, Can the Real JR Stand Up, Please? is a warm-hearted hopeful story about being true to yourself and learning to be brave.
Zzzzz! Can you hear it? The forest fills with night sounds.. A text full of rhythm and humour with illustrations that reveal the true beauty of the night as the forest falls asleep.
What happens when two boys--one Jewish, one Muslim--play football together in Jerusalem amidst the challenging political environment that surrounds them? Friendship. This is the story of these two boys Avi and Ahmed, along with their families, who bond together.
While searching for her missing mother, Boudicca Moriarty finds a silver locket containing a tiny book, prompting her to leave her home and join a tribe of child warriors. With the heightened awareness and need to tackle climate change this book focuses on the fictional players that participate in this struggle for nature.
The Twelve Dancing Princesses - The True Story. Perhaps you've heard the classic fairytale about the twelve dancing princesses; the version told by stuffy old men from the olden days who thought it was okay to lock princesses up in towers and marry them off to strangers. Well, the stuffy old men got it wrong. Here's what really happened...
Edna Gee's debut work Vertical Jungle is a fable about revolution with a twenty-first century twist. Amid a chaos featuring greenwashing politicians, Instagram celebrities, and equally determined and confused freedom warriors, one finds the everyday conflicts of our turbulent times that we know by heart.
In this collection of new writing, a number of the world's most exciting environmental thinkers provide their visions for what a radically new normal could look like in a post- Covid world. Between them, they shine a light on a spectrum of key topics, including economics, energy, food systems, education, climate, animal rights, and communication.
It can be easy to rush through life without fully appreciating what it has to offer. This book shares with you seven mindfulness techniques that, with daily practice, will have a profound positive effect on your well-being and the young people in your care.
One Human Community introduces the concept of community and explores our differences and similarities as individuals. The story makes us reconsider our relationship with each other as a community, ourselves, and our planet.
Li likes looking at the sky and wonders what it's like up there, then she meets Miss Bee and asks if she can help her go to the bright planet she has been looking at. How can they go without a rocket, can they make their big adventure happen, and will they find their way back?
Bunny is back with a new adventure! Follow Bunny and Bearli to Turkey and meet Picci, a new, always smiling member of their furry family. Join Bunny and her loving family for this new experience and keep up with her ongoing adventures
Triggered by the Covid-19 lockdown, the author, a passionate conservationist, finds himself drawing inspiration from goings-on in the small back garden of his terraced suburban house, an outdoor space that he has measured at thirteen paces long by four paces wide.