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Facts are stronger then fiction so he kept a diary that he wrote on his train journey home. In the diary, he notes what happened in his shop and in his life. You will find many useful tips and suggestions to enable you to Walk Cheerfully All Ways.
£11.99
It is said that Britain is a nation of gardeners; the suburban garden, with its roses and privet hedges, is widely admired and copied across the world. But it is little understood how millions across the nation developed an obsession with their colou
£16.95
Elizabeth Heyrick fought fiercely for the rights of oppressed people. After a disastrous marriage, she became a prolific pamphleteer, a Quaker and one of the most outspoken anti-slavery campaigners of her time
£25.00
This book is about presence and kindness. Its reflections, prayers and meditations are reminders of God's presence and unconditional loving kindness. They also invite us to be a loving presence in the world.
£3.00
What is Quaker worship? This practice - sitting with others in silence, waiting, listening - why do we do it? What happens in a meeting for worship and what effect does it have? Does it make any difference?
£3.00
Collecting 15 years of poetry, Post-Atomic Glossaries is Antony Owen's magnum opus, a selection including his Ted Hughes award shortlisted collection, The Nagasaki Elder, alongside selections from every book he has published...
£14.99
Centred on the ancient wapentakes of East and West Staincliffe, this study examines some of the factors which resulted in the North Yorkshire Pennines becoming a notable centre of independent, radical religion ...
£12.50
Avani is having a wonderful time looking at all of her mother's saris, but she soon realises she's made a big mess.
£16.99
Meet Alex. She's an explorer who LOVES elephants, and she's decided to see one for herself. How hard could it be? It turns out, pretty hard! Alex asks one animal after another for help, but none of them has seen an elephant. Not the giraffe.
£18.99
'A thoughtful, profound, important book' Irish Independent 'A realistic but hopeful look at two children's emigration' Publishers Weekly Powerful and timely, To The Other Side explores the journey of two young refugee children in search of safety
£8.99
I'm afraid, Said the leaf. You're not alone, Said the tree. But who will comfort a nervous bird, a lonely crab, a lost wolf? How can a horse find warmth, a snail some cheer, a child some rest?
£16.99
A poetic, powerful story about a little brother and a big sister finding a new home and new hope after being rescued from a boat lost in the dark sea.
£7.99
Malak is a little girl who lives in Gaza with her parents. She goes to school, plays in the ocean, and visits Sitti's house on Fridays. One day while she is in school, bombings begin.
£8.99
This book tells the story of George Fox and the beginning of the Religious Society of Friends, Quakers.
£7.50
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11 JULY 2024 - Behind the Privet Hedge -Richard Sudell, the Suburban Garden and the Beautification of Britain  by Michael Gilson
11 JULY 2024 - Behind the Privet Hedge -Richard Sudell, the Suburban Garden and the Beautification of Britain by Michael Gilson

Michael Gilson will present his book "Behind the Privet Hedge -Richard Sudell, the Suburban Garden and the Beautification of Britain" here at our bookshop Thursday, 11th July.

It is said that Britain...

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8 JULY 2024 - Elizabeth Heyrick: The Making of an Anti-Slavery Campaigner
8 JULY 2024 - Elizabeth Heyrick: The Making of an Anti-Slavery Campaigner

We are pleased to announce another book launch in our bookshop, this time with the new book by Jocelyn Robson - “Elizabeth Heyrick: The Making of an Anti-Slavery Campaigner”.

 

Elizabeth Heyrick fou...

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27 JUNE 2024 - Post Atomic Glossaries: Poetry launch
27 JUNE 2024 - Post Atomic Glossaries: Poetry launch
Peace poet Antony Owen joins us in the Friends House Library for the launch of his latest compilation, Post Atomic Glossaries. We will hear from Antony and explore the intersections between poetry and...
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1 JUNE 2024 - Children's Day at Friends House
1 JUNE 2024 - Children's Day at Friends House

Children's Day at Friends House

On International Children's Day, 1st of June, the event at Friends House was really amazing. Hosted by Quaker Bookshop in collaboration with CYP and Quaker Life, the e...

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5 JUNE 2024 - Warheads to Windmills: Preventing Climate Catastrophe and Nuclear War
5 JUNE 2024 - Warheads to Windmills: Preventing Climate Catastrophe and Nuclear War

We are very proud of receiving Tim Wallis at Friends House for the launch of his newest book, "Warheads to Windmills: Preventing Climate Catastrophe and Nuclear War."

 

'To survive the climate crisi...

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