• Fiction
      January 2016

      Three Ladies in Cairo

      by Ann Edelstam

      Three Ladies in Cairo takes the reader through an original and very personal story of three generations of Swedish women through which the evolution and the transformation of Egypt during three vital decades is apparent. The bookunfolds through three inte

    • Self-help & personal development
      March 2016

      If Women Rose Rooted

      The Journey to Authenticity and Belonging

      by Sharon Blackie

      ‘This is the core of our task: to respect and revere ourselves, and so bring about about a world in which women are respected and revered, recognised once again as holding the life-giving power of the earth itself.’ <p

    • Environmentalist, conservationist & Green organizations
      December 2015

      Why Women Will Save the Planet

      by Friends of the Earth, Jenny Hawley

      Women's empowerment is critical to environmental sustainability, isn't it? When Friends of the Earth asked this question on Facebook half of respondents said yes and half said no, with women as likely to say no as men. This collection of articles and i

    • The Arts

      Silent Women: pioneers of cinema

      Pioneers of Cinema


      The first book to give overview of early women film-makers in the US, Europe and beyond. Essential reading for students of film studies, media, culture and gender/women's studies. With many black and white photos, this book will appeal to all lovers of

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

      The School of Badassery

      by Jenni Janakka

      Be the driver, not the passenger in life! How do you respond when somebody interrupts you in a meeting? When you are offered a lower salary than you expected? Or when

    • April 2019

      Heart, Sass & Soul

      Journal Your Way to Inspiration and Happiness

      by Greta Solomon

      Discover the Life-Changing Power of Freewriting and JournalingDiscover who you are: Writing for yourself is an incredible way to heal your heart, find happiness, and reconnect with the things that matter most.

    • May 2019

      Your Next Level Life

      7 Rules of Power, Confidence, and Opportunity for Black Women in America

      by Karen Arrington

      How Big Do You Want to Live?Channel your black girl magic: If you’re feeling stuck or trapped by other people’s expectations of what you can achieve, it’s time to stop playing small and start redefining what s

    • August 2019

      Women of Means

      The Fascinating Biographies of Royals, Heiresses, Eccentrics and Other Poor Little Rich Girls

      by Marlene Wagman Gellar

      Heiresses have always been viewed with eyes of envy: they were the ones for whom the cornucopia had been upended, showering them with unimaginable wealth and opportunity. However, oftentimes the weaving sisters saved their most heart-wrenching tapestries

    • Fiction

      The Village of Dreams

      by Anja Snellman

      Household name Anja Snellman returns with an atmospheric novel about an unexpected friendship and the enduring strength of women Agave lives in solitude, in a remote village high up in the mountains

    • Travel writing

      The Women I Think About at Night

      by Mia Kankimäki

      What can a 40-something, childless woman do with her life? Hop on a plane and follow the footsteps of historical female explorers, writers and artists! Mia Kankimäki leaves her job, sells her apartment and travels to Africa to see where

    • May 2015

      Grace: Cultural Relics Exhibition of Women in Ancient China

      by The Nanjing Musuem

      This is a catalogue about an exhibition on cultural relics related to women in ancient China, enhanced by abundant information and high-quality images, covering all aspects of women’s daily lives in the past. Relying on the collections in Nanjing Museum,

    • Health & Personal Development

      Trust me!The importance of Vital energy and blood for women

      by Hu Weiqin

      The book talks about how to adjust the vital energy and blood for women during the menstrual period by herbal cuisine, daily motion, self massage and etc. It includes some recipe to adjust the vital energy and blood for different illness. It also intr

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2019

      Her Way To The Top

      The Glass Ceiling Is Thicker Than It Looks

      by Hira Ali

      Award-winning Hira Ali examines the myriad of challenges women face on their road to professional success. Informed by her 13 years of coaching experience and survey responses from 300 working women, she reveals the universal internal and external road

    • January 2015

      I Am Free

      by Ihsan Abd El Quddous

      One of the main novels that called for women liberation during the 20th century. It is considered a real application for all ideas that the great Arab thinker Qasim Amin called for. The novel revolves around a middle-class girl called Amina who growsup to

    • January 2015

      If Jihan loves you

      by Mikawi Said

      Through lively characters, the novel relays the nation’s events during the past years, by indulging into the different rich worlds of Reem Matar and Jihan Al-Orabi whom the novel is based on. These two characters are not merely women the novel is based on

    • January 2014

      Odalisques of Love

      A novel which makes sense of the history of the freedom of women

      by Rasha Samir

      Through four different women, across four different generations, and in four contrasting eras, each of the women carries the genes of her predecessor, walks in her predecessor’s footsteps, seeking freedom.The author starts her freedom-seeking journey at t

    • Health & Personal Development
      March 2019

      How to be a Smart Woman in STEM


      by Gabriela Mueller Mendoza

      The world needs more women in STEM! Increasing the presence of women in STEM is a business imperative. It is key to encourage women to study these fields and to go for jobs in STEM, it is a smart business decision. When women climb the leadership ladd

    • May 2019

      Women and the City in French Literature and Culture

      Reconfiguring the Feminine in the Urban Environment

      by Siobhán McIlvanney, Gillian Ni Cheallaigh

      This collection of essays contains critical analysis, from a female perspective, of a selection of films, journals and novels from the French medieval period to the Franco-Algerian present, and gives us a strikingly original view of the relationship be

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