Little Worm is the humble but intrepid hero of our tale. Feeling downtrodden and without self--confidence, he embarks on an epic quest to ask each of the animals he meets -- what is it that makes them feel special..? On this wild roller coaster ride through a mesmerizing variety of beautifully... More Info
Two families share their expertise and passion for innovative, vegetarian and vegan cuisine, focusing on Hiltl, the oldest vegetarian restaurant in the world in Zurich, and Tibits, the award-winning restaurant chain in London and Switzerland. This successful partnership presents 80 recipes with... More Info
"Religion" is a term that the media often use without any clarification. But it is a loaded word that encompasses hundreds of different beliefs. Religion can be seen as a source of war and peace, love and hate, dialogue and narrow-mindedness. The globalization of communications has raised awareness... More Info
An in-depth look at two decades of a movement that aims to challenge the ethical foundations of the global market. Transnational corporations look for the cheapest suppliers, while the fair trade movement insists on a premium for the producersat the start of the chain. Sally Blundell explores the... More Info
A double-page of photo portraits of different people around the world divides each month in this compact and attractive diary. It has two days-to-view on each page, making it ideal for journal writing as well as appointments, and a fastener.
Upper, middle, or lower? Which class are you? Hierarchies and rankings have been with us since the earliest times and, as Seabrook argues, they show no sign of disappearing yet. Those at the top would have too much to lose. This No-Nonsense Guidegives the full picture of how class analysis emerged... More Info
Now in its 12th year, the Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa's leading literary prize and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere. This collection brings together the five stories shortlisted for 2011, along with stories written... More Info
"In the heart of the Amazon basin lies the Yasuni UNESCO reserve, one of the most biologically diverse forests on the planet. It is home to the Waorani and some of the last indigenous peoples still living in isolation in the Amazon.
With spiraling food prices and spreading social unrest, this is a timely guide to the instability of industrialized food systems. Wayne Roberts traces the history of food production and consumption, and shows that in a system dominated by supermarkets and agribusiness real food choices are becoming... More Info