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Penguin Random House UK / Universal Pictures / Pinter & Martin / Akademisk Forlag (Denmark) / Hans Reitzels Forlag (Denmark) / Working Title Films / Verve Pictures / Independent Cinema Office
Logo 2, Zeixs, 2009 / Branding Element, SendPoint, 2011 / Animal Logo: Trademarks & Symbols, Counter-Print, 2013 / Poster Design 2, Zeixs, 2013 / Logo 3, Zeixs, 2013 / Nature Logo: Trademarks & Symbols, Counter-Print, 2015
There have always been lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) parents. But now there is a 'gayby boom'. Changes in social attitudes, the law and medical technology mean that more LGBT people are becoming parents, and living proud and open family lives. Yet there are still few role models.Pride and Joy is full of stories, advice and real-life experience from LGBT parents and their children. So... read more
Birth and sex are often talked about as if they were contrasting experiences. In fact, they each involve the same rush of hormones in an action drama in which mind and body work in harmony. When a woman is free to follow her instincts and give birth naturally, waves of endorphins surge in the bloodstream with the same energy as in ecstatic lovemaking. Birth and sex mingle to become one in the ... read more
Childbirth and the Evolution of Homo Sapiens
Former actor turned casting director Brendan McNamara's essential companion for every jobbing and aspiring actor on how to deal with the tough demands of the casting process.
New, 21st anniversary edition, with a new foreword by Ben Goldacre, author of Bad Science and Bad Pharma, and an afterword by James Ball, covering developments in our understanding of irrationality over the last two decades.Why do doctors, army generals, high-ranking government officials and other people in positions of power make bad decisions that cause harm to others? Why do prizes serve no... read more
Supporting a family in the days and weeks after a baby is born is a precious gift indeed – as the mother recovers her strength and responds to her baby's needs, the care of a postnatal doula, friend or family member can be invaluable. In this guide to warm, mother- and- baby-centred postnatal care, Naomi Kemeny draws on her wealth of experience as a midwife, children's nurse and postnatal doul... read more
Since the middle of the twentieth century, the development of plastics has been one of the main factors influencing the history of medicine. For example, an anaesthesiologist was formerly an expert in delivering drugs by inhalation. Today, this expert delivers drugs through plastic catheters, in particular via intravenous and epidural routes. Where obstetrics is concerned, a typical modern wom... read more
My Child Won't Eat
Roar Behind the Silence
Gabrielle Palmer’s groundbreaking book The Politics of Breastfeeding highlighted the controversies surrounding the aggressive promotion of breastmilk substitutes. She now turns her attention to complementary feeding – the first foods that a child eats besides milk.For most of human existence, children went without industrially processed foods and branded food products. Can we applaud the progr... read more
Why do people dodge responsibility when things fall apart? Why the parade of public figures unable to own up when they make mistakes? Why the endless marital quarrels over who is right? Why can we see hypocrisy in others but not in ourselves? Are we all liars? Or do we really believe the stories we tell? Renowned social psychologists Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson take a compelling look into ... read more
Our ageing population is a modern success story, and success brings problems. The new demographic is for people to die in old age, or extreme old age, but with multiple illnesses and diagnoses, and on a cocktail of medication. But where is the balance of medicine between curing and caring? Are we neglecting the wellbeing of the dying person in our desire to fight death at all costs? Margaret M... read more
Helplessly drawn like moths to the light, two girls go missing in an evocative and gripping tale ...They called them the Moth Girls because they were attracted to the house. They were drawn to it. Or at least that is what is written in the newspapers that Mandy reads on the anniversary of when her two best friends went missing. Five years have passed since Petra and Tina were determined to exp... read more
A thrilling read, for fans of Gone Girl and We Were Liars. There was no sign of a struggle, they whisper to each other. She took her phone but left her laptop behind. Apparently, she'd met someone online, they write to each other in class, phones buzzing. She ran away. She was taken. The first time Aiden Kendrick hears about Lizzie Summersall's disappearance is when the police appear at his fr... read more
A coming-of-age tale reimagined as a searing Western epic. In the small town of Sand, populated by gunslingers and surrounded by endless desert, Imma washes dishes and grieves for a life she never had. She and her brother, Nikko, dreamed of escaping to become bullet catchers, a legendary band of outlaws who can deflect bullets with their hands. But they were wiped out years ago, Nikko with the... read more
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