Bookshop - Miscellaneous

A limited and highly subjective collection of some of the books out there. Some are from Nottingham writers and some are not. There is no real logic to the selection other than we think you might find them interesting.

Every so often, we will add books to the list by posting them in the recommended section.

For a wider choice of books, follow the bookshop links on this page.

Miscellaneous Books

Motherhood: On the choices of being a woman
Pragya Agarwal

This is a book about motherhood. And the shapes it takes. This is a book about bodies. And how some are less than the sum of their parts. This is a book about choices. The roads we follow, and those we are not allowed to walk.

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Over Heard in Notts
by Left Lion

It’s a book of stupid stuff we’ve heard you say, and have written down. Now available to buy for £6 online and in our favourite shops around town.

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Fighting in a World on Fire
The Next Generation’s Guide to Protecting the Climate and Saving Our Future
Malm, Andreas

cover Young people are inheriting a world of climate catastrophe. Young people are also one of the strongest forces leading movements for climate justice, and to halt the fossil fuel emissions that are making our Earth unlivable.

As Greta Thunberg and the Fridays for the Future movement have made clear, solutions offered by adults are far too little, far too late: the measures in unenforceable international agreements won’t halt our reliance on fossil fuels, or take the drastic steps humans need to take in order to keep our planet livable.

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Britain’s Living Seas
Our Coastal Wildlife and How We Can Save It
Hannah Rudd

cliff and seal Our seas are home to an abundance of fascinating creatures and stunning habitats. From spectacular kelp forests to intricate rocky reefs and from mud plains to open ocean, the British Isles have a diversity of marine ecosystems that rival those seen on any nature documentary. Yet, for generations, we have been slowly suffocating life beneath the waves. Decades of unsustainable exploitation, endless pollution and a warming climate have had a devastating effect on our marine habitats.

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An Accidental Bookseller: A Personal Memoir of Foyles
by Bill Samuel

Bill Samuel has written (and self-published) an entertaining, old-fashioned memoir of the firm, his own rather adventurous life before joining the family business and his successful attempt to rebuild the finances and reputation of Foyles, both of which had been destroyed by his aunt Christina Foyle.

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