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War on Grief

War on Grief

Why do so many tragedies lead to further tragedy… breakdown in marriages… break up of families? This is a raw and honest account of the author’s personal loss of his daughter, and how he learns that tragedies such as his change and define your life. His story is one of hope where his grief becomes a battleground on which he will stand or fall, and will leave you inspired to believe, even in the face of tragedy, you can overcome adversity. [Read more…]

Jewish Entrepreneurship In Salonica

Jewish Entrepreneurship In Salonica

Jewish Entrepreneurship In Salonica

Jewish Entrepreneurship In Salonica, 1912-1940: An Ethnic Economy In Transition By Orly C. Meron

In this book the author, Dr Orly C Meron, provides a multidisciplinary exploration of Salonica’s Jewish-owned economy between the years 1912-1940, a period prior to and during Greece’s national consolidation. [Read more…]

From Apartheid to Zaamheid – a book review

In the midst of the furore of the Limpopo textbook crisis and the gloom of the world’s economic failures a book arrived serendipitously on my desk and helped to keep my spirits positive. From Apartheid to Zaamheid is a readable and practical book about making a difference, being a positive force for change in South […]

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Book Review: The Great Explorer

Dublin based illustrator Chris Judge won the Irish Children’s Book Award last year for his debut The Lonely Best and … Continue reading

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Spotlight on NZ at Frankfurt Book Fair

Aotearoa New Zealand will be under the spotlight in Germany at the Frankfurt Book Fair – the world’s largest publishing event – in October this year. As the official guest of honour at the five-day fair, New Zealand will occupy an impressive pavilion showcasing Kiwi creativity and culture to a potential audience of more than […]

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Jamie Oliver Great Britain Book

Jamie’s Great Britain, Jamie Oliver’s celebration of the very best of British food, was the number one book of Christmas. Following on from the huge success of his last title Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals, which topped the chart at Christmas in 2010, Jamie’s Great Britain secured the top spot in the last Nielsen Bookscan figures […]

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A book for all South Africans now

“We were on a coast of centuries of sea tragedies, and of millennia of prehistoric habitation. A great deal of the strange and incomprehensible surrounded one there, and one was credulous of many things that one would not believe elsewhere. Such belief is a form of affirmation of that sense of wholeness that is so […]

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