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  • The Wolf of Baghdad by Carol Isaacs (The Surreal McCoy) (PB)

    In the 1940s a third of Baghdad’s population was Jewish. Within a decade nearly all 150,000 had been expelled, killed or had escaped. This graphic memoir of a lost homeland is a wordless narrative by an author homesick for a home she has never visited.

    Paperback, 208 pages
    Published January 2020
    Size 24cm x 17cm
    ISBN 978-1-912408-55-9

    'Enthralling and moving. It is magical.' Claudia Roden

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  • Vanni: A Family's Struggle Through the Sri Lankan Conflict by Benjamin Dix and Lindsay Pollock

    A graphic novel focusing on the conflict between the Sri Lankan government and the 'Tamil Tigers', told from the perspective of a single family and their neighbours. 

    272 pages. 

    'This book seeks to unbury those terrible, sordid secrets and place them in clear view for the world to see.' ARUNDHATI ROY

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  • Billionaires by Darryl Cunningham (PB)

    Who are the super-rich in our society, and how do they have such disproportionate political and cultural influence on our lives? How did they acquire their wealth, and what are their lives like?

    'Like Darryl Cunningham’s previous graphic novels, Billionaires displays his brilliant faculty for communicating serious and complex information in an accessible and entertaining way—something that the comic media can excel at. Immaculately researched and clearly told, this book should be required reading—by everyone!' Bryan Talbot, writer/artist

    Paperback. 240 pages, 23cm x 16cm

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  • The Art of Protest By Jo Rippon (HB)

    The Art of Protest charts a visual journey through more than a century of social protest; from the early twentieth century through to the 1960s and 1970s - considered by many the heyday of uprisings - to contemporary, social media activism. Featuring a foreword from celebrated artist and activist Anish Kapoor, this illustrative history covers key campaigns such as women’s liberation, nuclear disarmament, civil rights, the climate crisis, refugee rights, and LGBTQ activism. Hardback. 176 pages. Size: 29cm x 24.8cm.

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    Regular Price: £25.00

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  • Learning Service: The essential guide to volunteering abroad by Claire Bennett, Joseph Collins, Zahara Heckscher and Daniela Papi-Thornton (PB)

    Four authors with lifetimes of experience provide a guide for turning good overseas volunteering intentions into effective results; and offer essential advice on how to make the most of your experience. This is recommended reading for all those considering volunteering in a developing country. Philip Goodwin CEO, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Paperback 370pp. 22.5cms x 15cms. Learn More
    £15.99

  • Vegan Love Story - Hiltl & Tibits: The Cookbook (PB)

    Tibits is one of London's top vegan/vegetarian restaurants and Hiltl, in Zurich, is the oldest vegetarian restaurant in the world. This successful partnership presents 80 recipes with influences from all over the world, beautiful photography and information about some of the key ingredients in vegan cuisine.

    'Like their restaurants, tibits’ and Hiltl’s new cookbook showcases a huge range of original and tasty veggie dishes. With ingredients and flavours from around the world, Vegan Love Story provides lots of inspiration to eat meat free!' - Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, on behalf of Meat Free Monday.

    Paperback, 232 pages. Learn More

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  • Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide by Kate Charlesworth (PB)

    Cartoonist Kate Charlesworth presents a glorious pageant of LGBTQI+ history, as she takes us on a PRIDE march past personal and political milestones from the 1950s to the present day. Peopled by a cast of gay icons such as Dusty Springfield, Billie Jean King, Dirk Bogarde and Alan Turing, and featuring key moments such as Stonewall, Gay Pride and Section 28, Sensible Footwear: A Girl's Guide, is the first graphic history documenting lesbian life from 1950 to the present. It is a stunning, personal, graphic memoir and a milestone itself in LGBTQI+ history. Size: 24cm x 18cm. Paperback. 320 pages. Learn More

    Regular Price: £17.99

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  • The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide by Jen Gale

    Everything you need to know to make small changes that make a big difference. Easy, do-able, down to earth ideas and suggestions for everyone to help save the planet. Paperback. 304 pages. Size: 23.3cm x 15.2cm

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    £12.99

  • The Book of Sarah by Sarah Lightman

    Distilled from thousands of diary drawings begun in her parents’ garden shed back in 1996, Sarah Lightman’s The Book of Sarah is an alternative bible to the one she moved away from, along with the religious Jewish lifestyle she followed as a teenager. Hardback Length: 240 pages Language: English Publisher: Myriad Publication date: May 2019 ISBN: 978-1-908434-51-7 Size: 170mm x 240 mm Learn More

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  • Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani by Alexandre Franc, text by Jerome Tubiana

    In this eye-opening, compelling and deeply moving graphic biography, Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc tell the heart-wrenching story of one of Guantánamo Bay's youngest detainees. Guantánamo Kid is a moving study of injustice and political failure, and an important document for our times. Endorsed by Amnesty International.

    Graphic Novel
    Paperback with flaps
    Length: 168 Pages
    Language: English
    Publisher: SelfMadeHero
    Size: 23.9 cm x 17.1cm

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    £14.99

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