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The Cypress Tree

02/08/2012, £9.99
Kamin Mohammadi was nine years old when her family fled Iran during the 1979 Revolution. The Cypress Tree is Kamin's account of her journey home, to rediscover her Iranian self and to discover for the first time the story of her family. This moving and passionate memoir is a love letter both to Kamin's extraordinary family and to Iran itself, an ancient country which has survived so much modern tumult but where joy and resilience will always triumph over despair.

The Diary of a Young Girl

07/06/2012, £8.99
One of the most famous accounts of living under the Nazi regime of World War II comes from the diary of a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl, Anne Frank. This seventieth anniversary, definitive edition of "The Diary of a Young Girl" is poignant, heartbreaking and a book that everyone should read.

Being Palestinian

31/01/2016, £16.99
These thoughtful, poignant reflections bring forth vividly some of the human dimensions of one of the great tragedies of current history, the forced dispossession of Palestinians from their homeland.

Black Earth

17/09/2015, £25.00
This book is longlisted for the 2015 Samuel Johnson Prize.

Blind Goddess

08/12/2011, £15.99
Blind Goddess brings together the most significant writings of practitioners, professors, and advocates to make sense of what is perhaps the nation’s most astonishing and shameful achievement:

Cast Away

05/05/2016, £14.99
Riot police patrol the borders, bodies of drowned children wash up on holiday beaches, a humanitarian disaster unfolds in refugee settlements: this is the European Union today.

City of Thorns

21/01/2016, £14.99
Offers a unique insights into what prompts people to abandon their ancestral homes and the dreams that send them questing for a better life.

Command and Control

01/01/2014, £12.99
From famed investigative journalist Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation, comes Command and Control a ground-breaking account of the management of nuclear weapons.
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