Trade Books of the Month

  • The Grid
    The Grid is about the end of worlds, ancient and modern. In three sequences of poems interspersed with Mandel's own translations from classical texts, figures of obsession and loneliness try to decrypt what Maurice Blanchot called 'the writing of the disaster'.
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  • Economics
    Economics is a book designed to provide an easy-to-understand explanation about the complex world of economics that children may often hear about on news whenever the topics of ‘inflation’ and the ‘rising cost of living’ are mentioned.
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  • Walk This Way
    Following an unexpected discovery during a bout of lockdown-inspired spring cleaning, Duncan McNamara, soon to turn 30, leaves a distinctly average academic career for the Camino de Santiago, an ancient and dangerous trail of 500 miles across Spain's Pyrenees Mountains.
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  • Girls Rule
    Girls Rule presents the inspirational biographical stories of 50 incredible women from around the globe. From fierce pirate leaders, warrior queens and spies, to pioneering mountaineers, conservationists and scientists, Girls Rule explores 50 phenomenal females whose accomplishments have left a lasting impression and legacy.
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  • Taylor Swift
    With her deeply personal songwriting, countless hit songs, and genre-bending yet unmistakable sound, Taylor Swift has cemented her status as one of pop music's most iconic and culture-defining voices.
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  • Just Friends
    Ana Oncina is one of Spain's most beloved artists, with over 50k copies sold of her previous work, including Croqueta y empanadilla which won the Popular Prize at the International Comic Book Fair of Barcelona in 2015. Forbes magazine has placed her among its most influential under 30s in the category of Art.
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  • For Your Eyes Only
    A collection of both classic intrigue and intrepid self-examination, For Your Eyes Only packs full, vibrant worlds into five classic tales.
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  • Daughters Of Snow And Cinders
    The English debut of Spanish cartoonist and illustrator Nuria Tamarit, Daughters of Snow and Cinders conjures the awesome natural beauty of the frozen north in vibrant colour. A rugged adventure story with two strong young women at its heart, this graphic novel offers a poignant message about the urgent need for humanity to overcome our greed and base impulses to be good stewards of the world in which we live and depend on.
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