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In an island community facing extinction, can hope rise stronger than grief? Sisi de Mathilde lives on a remote island in the Indian Ocean. With the seas rising,the birth rate plummeting and her community under threat, she works as a scientist,...
£9.99
A commercial coming-of-age story for tweens exploring identity, family and self-acceptance, from award-winning author Sarah Hagger-Holt. Thirteen-year-old Aidan can't breathe in his crowded family home. Running is his only respite from four loud s
£7.99
An area in the South of what is now Cumbria is known as "1652 Country" because this is where George Fox won many followers to his vision of what he saw as the pure and genuine principles of Christianity in their original simplicity.
£8.00
The predators that can hunt, kill and eat us occupy a unique place in the human psyche - and for good reason. Whether it's lions in Africa, tigers in India or sharks in the world's oceans, we are fascinated by - and often terrified of - predators.
£17.99
Holocaust survivor Eddie Jaku made a vow to smile every day and believed he was the 'happiest man on earth'. In his inspirational memoir, he paid tribute to those who were lost by telling his story and sharing his wisdom. 'Eddie looked evil in the
£10.99
Over the last five years, transgender people have seemed to burst into the public eye: Time declared 2014 a `trans tipping point', while American Vogue named 2015 `the year of trans visibility'.
£16.99
To survive the climate crisis, we need money, brainpower and infrastructure for the most effective climate solutions. Those resources are currently being squandered by the nuclear weapons industry.
£13.99
VISIONARY HONOURS BOOK OF THE YEAR 2020 Celebrate the fifth anniversary of PROUD in this dazzling new edition of the anthology, featuring a brand-new story and artwork.
£8.99
"The Fights That Make Us is a thought-provoking, heartwarming wonder." Maz Evans, author of Who Let the Gods Out? "Highly engaging, completely relatable and truly empowering, I loved this book." Jen Carney, author of The Accidental Diary of B.U.G.
£7.99
Lottie Dod leads the way to sporting victory in this inspiring Little Gem from bestselling author Katherine Woodfine. "Girls can't play tennis as well as boys? What a lot of NONSENSE!" Lottie Dod is DETERMINED to show that girls can be just as good
£6.99
You don't need any specific interests to read Queerbook - all you need is curiosity and a desire to learn more about what it means to be LGBTQ+.So, say no to the Straightrix and enter the technicolour world over the rainbow . . .Ready? Queer we go
£8.99
From the alarm clock to the toilet, discover the incredible history all around you in this hilarious and fascinating book from popular historian and podcaster Greg Jenner. Thought history was only in museums? Think again! Join Greg Jenner as he take
£10.99
Outdoor Science is designed to encourage children to be curious about the science of the natural world and to boost their scientific knowledge through an array of exciting outdoor experiments and activities. From plant growth, weather patterns...
£12.99
You can sparkle in a tutu, love any colour, and wear your hair long or short... because you're FABULOUS as you are! This joyful and uplifting book celebrates gender expression and teaches children that it is okay to dress however they want.
£6.99
News and Events
Post Atomic Glossaries: Poetry launch
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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Children's Day at Friends House
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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Warheads to Windmills: Preventing Climate Catastrophe and Nuclear War
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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Race and Responsibility in South Africa
Race and Responsibility in South Africa

Join Cato Pedder, author of Moederland, and Edwina Peart of Quakers in Britain as they discuss racial justice and the legacies of apartheid.

Join Cato Pedder, author of Moederland: Nine Daughters of ...

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Milk and Human Kindness. Quaker aid in the Spanish Civil War
Milk and Human Kindness. Quaker aid in the Spanish Civil War

We are delighted to welcome, on the 25th of January, the Dr Maggie Brookes and the Professor Farah Mendlesohn for a talk at Friends House library about the extraordinary story of untrained volunteers ...

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