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Celebrating International Women’s Day with Non-Fiction Books by Women

Posted on 2015/03/08 in General, tagged as Camden School for Girls, Helen Russell, Victoria Young, cordelia fine, gretchen reynolds, introducing, maryanne wolf, nessa carey, tanith carey, victoria williamson

As it’s International Women’s Day, we wanted to celebrate by featuring some of our female authors. So, here are some of our most successful, exciting and innovative books written by women! Delusions of Gender: The Real Science Behind Sex Differences… Read more »

New Books published in March!

Posted on 2015/03/06 in New Books, News, tagged as Adele Parks, Alix Walker, Anna Moore, Anne Marie Scanlon, Asfaneh Knight, Bryony Gordon, Cathy Kelly, Christina Hopkinson, Clover Stroud, Daisy Garnett, Emma Freud, Esther Walker, Fahim, Genome, How to be a knowledge ninja, Jenny Colgan, Junk DNA, Justine Roberts, Kathy Lette, Lucy Porter, New Titles, Nicci Gerard, Rachel Johnson, Shobna Gulati, Think productive, Tiffanie Darke, Victoria Young, a king in hiding, girls uninterrupted, graham allcott, mumsnet, nessa carey, parenting, productivity, refugee, tanith carey, things I wish I'd known

 We have five more great reads to share with you, all published this month!   First up is Junk DNA, A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome by Nessa Carey. From the author of the acclaimed The Epigenetics Revolution (‘A book that would h… Read more »

Nessa Carey introduces Junk DNA

Posted on 2014/12/19 in New Books, tagged as Genome, Junk DNA, nessa carey, new books

A journey through the dark matter of the human genome. ‘If you really want to understand where biology is going and what the next horizon is in our understanding of the human genome, then you absolutely have to come to grips with Junk DNA’ From the a… Read more »

Celebrating International Women’s Day: 10 Non-Fiction Books by Women

Posted on 2014/03/08 in General, tagged as cordelia fine, gretchen reynolds, introducing, kitty ferguson, maryanne wolf, nessa carey, thalma lobel, tona rosenberg, victoria williamson

As it’s International Women’s Day, we wanted to celebrate by featuring some of our female authors. Women are often underrepresented as non-fiction authors and opinion-influences, but some of our most successful, exciting and innovative books are writ… Read more »