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Looking to find out something more about the world we live in, instead of gallivanting off into the realm of fiction? Have a look at our hand-picked non-fiction choices.
Set in the world of Hip Hop following the fortunes of a manufactured star with loads of bitching and gossip. We struggled to find a category for it but wanted to feature it anyway!
The name behind the creation of the infamous club, Annabel's, in Berkeley Square; wife of entrepreneur, the late James Goldsmith. These are Annabel Goldsmith’s memoirs, well written and an enjoyable read to boot
This privately published book is one of Lovereading's bestsellers. Every parent who we have shown it to has bought a copy. Furthermore a Primary School Head, having seen it, said "Every primary school child should read this book" - and she promptly bought 8 copies! This simple but important message combined with the quirky illustrations by Ian Dicks make this book easy and fun to read and understand. As you would expect from the title, and the philosophy it espouses, the authors and Lovereading would like to offer THE whole book for parents and children to read online (preferably together).
Britain's Human Rights Abuses, revelations on British foreign policy from the author of Web of Deceit.
The story of a man’s fascination with these beautiful insects, from Hindu mythology to Aztec sacrifices, Victorian collectors to Polish death camps. It even includes information on the butterfly’s life cycle, and could be the only book on the subject you’ll need.
If you have read, or heard of No Logo by by Naomi Klein then this is for you. Subtitled Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s thought provoking and optimistic.
This yearâs Eats Shoots and Leaves looks at the history of each letter of the alphabet through 40 centuries.
Cutting-edge science combined with worst-case scenario style informative irreverence. Read it and be in a class of your own at any social gathering.
Focusing on the horror and torture in Saddam’s Iraq told by a woman who had been highly privileged during the Saddam Hussein regime and had met him too.
What can a 12 year old child do when her mother suggests open-heart surgery â€˜to get to the bottomâ€™ of an illness that she has created in her own mind? A shocking personal view of Munchhausenâ€™s by Proxy.
In keeping with what we have come to expect from Ms Kelley (â€œthe real weapon of mass destructionâ€), this controversial look at the Bush familyâ€™s addition to wealth and power which â€œleaves no stone unturnedâ€ and promises a hatful of revelations.
The extraordinary true story of the charming eccentric Sir Alfred Mehran who has spent the last 15 years living on a bench in Terminal 1 at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris and dining on MacDonalds every day - the strangest case in immigration history!
Cartoonist, Robert Crumb said; “When I come up against the Real World, I just vacillate”. Well, he can happily vacillate here for a while. This section features a whole host of books covering subjects as diverse as Mankind’s place in the Universe (Human Universe by Brian Cox), the history of the human journey to work (Rush Hour by Iain Gateley) and the real business of reading books (Bookworms, Dogears and Squashy Big Armchairs by Heather Reyes). This is the ‘Human’ section in our book lovers’ journey.
If you love reading, then you’ll find something here to fascinate you. There are new and interest-piquing passages here from science, philosophy, politics, history, religion, and all of the things that occupy the lives of humans. And we mean ALL of them. The fight against Cancer, the fight for freedom, feminism, fatality, frailty and fame. It’s too big to list. Have a browse through the titles by using our monthly recommendations past and present. We guarantee you’ll be hooked in minutes!