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This farmer's observations of her herd is a rediscovered gem and an international bestseller - with a foreword by Alan Bennett.
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Frans de Waal
Format: Hard Cover
A groundbreaking, approachable book on the role of emotions in animal and human societies, from the world-renowned primatologist and author of Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?
The cutting-edge science that will revolutionise the way we prevent disease.
Professor Richard Wrangham advances a provocative new theory of what makes human civilisation special: the nature of our violence.
An important book about technology and capitalism - and what our response should be when these two giants collide.
The world is running out of water. Fred Pearce, environmental consultant to the New Scientist, explains why, and what we can do to stop our rivers drying up - before it's too late.
Is Earth really doomed to be destroyed by a cosmic catastrophe?
The great conundrum that has taxed the finest minds in physics.
The full story of how our relationship with the sun shapes our health, productivity and mood.
An explosive, revisionist history of the dark past, and darker present of the internet.