The Poppy Factory, Liz Trenow
The Poppy Factory
Two young women. Two very different wars. One poppy factory. In 2012, army medic Jess, shell-shocked from her tour of Afghanistan, seeks solace in her great-grandmother Rose’s diaries. In 1922, Rose welcomed home her husband Alfie from the First World War to discover a changed man. Can the poppy factory save both women from heartache?
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, Reni Eddo-Lodge
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race
In this insightful exploration of what it’s like to be a person of colour living in 21st Century Britain, Reni Eddo-Lodge exposes the omission of black history from our classrooms, whitewashed feminism and the inherent links between class and race in a world of white dominance.
Queen Elizabeth II's Guide to Life, Karen Dolby
Queen Elizabeth II's Guide to Life
In her mid-nineties and still ruling Britannia strong after a record-breaking sixty-seven years on the throne! What makes Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II such an iconic and important figurehead? Karen Dolby uncovers and celebrates the attributes of Britain's longest-serving Regina.
Emeralds of Oz, Peter Guzzardi
Emeralds of Oz
Seven decades after its initial release, Peter Guzzardi takes a stroll down the yellow-brick road to uncover seven emeralds of wisdom at the heart of the cinematic classic: The Wizard Of Oz.
White Blood, Kiki Petrosino
White Blood
Excavating the complex genealogocial roots of slavery and discrimination in the Southern states using a diverse range of personal, playful and poetic tools, this collection seeks to uncover the hidden lyrical beauty of Virginia.
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