Posted: Tuesday 31st October 2017
A selection of new non-fiction titles that are set to be top sellers, all available in the library or on order and available for reservation
Thinking out loud: love, grief and being Mum and Dad by Rio Ferdinand
The courageous and moving story of former England and Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand's sudden and tragic loss of his wife Rebecca to cancer. Written to help others through their grief, he shares, openly and honestly, the hard journey he's on with his three young children and the support and advice that's getting them through.
Blue Planet II by James Honeyborne & Mark Brownlow
'Blue Planet II', which accompanies an epic 7-part series on BBC1, is a groundbreaking new look at the richness and variety of underwater life across our planet.
The ultimate survival guide from the world’s leading survival expert.
Life in the garden by Penelope Lively
Penelope Lively has always been a keen gardener. This book is partly a memoir of her own life in gardens plus a wise, engaging and far-ranging exploration of gardens in literature, from 'Paradise Lost' to 'Alice in Wonderland', and of writers and their gardens, from Virginia Woolf to Philip Larkin.
Brexit, Trump, Syria, The Chilcot Enquiry, and now a vicious General Election: it's not been a good year for the world. Luckily Frankie Boyle is here with his own biting brand of satire, to guide us through this political wasteland we all call home
What does this button do by Bruce Dickinson
Bold, honest, intelligent and funny, this long-awaited memoir captures the life, heart and mind of a true rock icon, and is guaranteed to inspire curious souls and hard-core fans alike.
Rugby: the game of my life by Rob Andrew
An exclusive look at England Rugby from a Rob Andrew - a former England star with a unique perspective on the game.
This long-awaited, revelatory memoir from Britain’s former Prime Minister offers vital insights into our extraordinary times
The Christmas chronicles by Nigel Slater The Christmas Chronicles is the story of Nigel Slater’s love for winter, the scent of fir and spruce, ghost stories read with a glass of sloe gin, and beeswax candles with shadows dancing on the ceiling. With recipes, decorations, fables and quick fireside suppers