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            An Extra Pair of Hands: A story of caring and everyday acts of love

            An Extra Pair of Hands: A story of caring and everyday acts of love (Hardback, Main)

            By Mosse, Kate

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            A deeply moving story of what it means to care for those we love by bestselling author Kate Mosse.

            ISBN 9781788162616
            Released NZ 14 Sep 2021
            Publisher Profile Books Ltd
            Interest Age 16+ years
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            Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon: 30+ kick-ass women on how to take over the world
             

            Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon: 30+ kick-ass women on how to take over the world (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Day, Rosie

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            In this call to arms for teenage girls, Rosie Day has curated letters from a collection of some of the world's most loved and respected female figures to guide young women through their trickiest years, start an uprising and take over the world.

            ISBN 9781526364319
            Released NZ 12 Oct 2021
            Publisher Hachette Children's Books
            Interest Age Children / Young Adults
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            Women in the War

            Women in the War (Hardback)

            By Fisher, Lucy

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            Poignant and inspiring tales from the heroines of our greatest generation - the final words of the surviving women of the Second World War.

            ISBN 9780008456115
            Released NZ 8 Dec 2021
            Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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            All In: The Autobiography of Billie Jean King

            All In: The Autobiography of Billie Jean King (Hardback)

            By King, Billie Jean

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            An inspiring and intimate self-portrait of the champion of equality that encompasses her brilliant tennis career, unwavering activism, and an ongoing commitment to fairness and social justice. In this spirited account, Billie Jean King details her life's journey to find her true ...self. She recounts her groundbreaking tennis career -- six years as the top-ranked woman in the world, twenty Wimbledon championships, thirty-nine grand-slam titles, and her watershed defeat of Bobby Riggs in the famous Battle of the Sexes. She poignantly recalls the cultural backdrop of those years and the profound impact on her worldview from the women's movement, the assassinations and anti-war protests of the 1960s, the civil rights movement, and, eventually, the LGBTQ+ rights movement. She describes the myriad challenges she's hurdled -- entrenched sexism, an eating disorder, near financial ruin after being outed -- on her path to publicly and unequivocally acknowledging her sexual identity at the age of fifty-one. And she talks about how her life today remains one of indefatigable service. She offers insights and advice on leadership, business, activism, sports, politics, marriage equality, parenting, sexuality, and love. She shows how living honestly and openly has had a transformative effect on her relationships and happiness. Hers is the story of a pathbreaking feminist, a world-class athlete, and an indomitable spirit whose impact has transcended even her spectacular achievements in sports.
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            ISBN 9780241430552
            Released NZ 2 Sep 2021
            Publisher Penguin
            Interest Age 16+ years
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            How We Love: Notes on a life

            How We Love: Notes on a life (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Ford, Clementine

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            A deeply personal exploration of love in all its forms from a feminist icon and bestselling author of Fight Like a Girl and Boys Will Be Boys.

            ISBN 9781760877187
            Published NZ 2 Nov 2021
            Publisher Allen & Unwin
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            Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism
             

            Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism (Hardback)

            By Montell, Amanda

            • RRP: $55.00
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            • Pub Date
              31 Jan 22

            The author of the widely praised Wordslut analyzes the social science of cult influence: how cultish groups from Jonestown and Scientology to SoulCycle and social media gurus use language as the ultimate form of power. What makes cults so intriguing and frightening?

            ISBN 9780062993151
            Released NZ 31 Jan 2022
            Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
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            Everybody

            Everybody (Hardback)

            By Laing, Olivia

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            The author of The Lonely City takes readers on an ambitious investigation into the body in the twentieth century, using the life of the renegade psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich to chart an electrifying course through the great freedom movements of the era, from gay rights and sexual ...liberation to feminism and the civil rights movement.
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            ISBN 9781509857111
            Released NZ 27 Jul 2021
            Publisher Pan Macmillan
            Interest Age 18+ years
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            In The Shadow of the Mountain
             

            In The Shadow of the Mountain (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Vasquez-Lavado, Silvia

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            • Pub Date
              8 Feb 22

            Inspiring mountaineer takes a group of abused young women on an epic trek to Mount Everest Base Camp, before climbing the mountain herself, and healing her own trauma.

            ISBN 9781913183783
            Released NZ 8 Feb 2022
            Publisher OCTOPUS PUBLISHING GROUP
            Interest Age 16+ years
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            The Woman They Could Not Silence: Elizabeth Packard's incredible fight for freedom, and the men who tried to make her disappear

            The Woman They Could Not Silence: Elizabeth Packard's incredible fight for freedom, and the men who tried to make her disappear (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

            By Moore, Kate

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            From the internationally bestselling author of The Radium Girls comes a dark but ultimately uplifting tale of a woman whose incredible journey still resonates today. From the internationally bestselling author of The Radium Girls comes a dark but ultimately uplifting tale of a wo...man whose incredible journey still resonates today. Elizabeth Packard was an ordinary Victorian housewife and mother of six. That was, until the first Woman's Rights Convention was held in 1848, inspiring Elizabeth and many other women to dream of greater freedoms. She began voicing her opinions on politics and religion - opinions that her husband did not share. Incensed and deeply threatened by her growing independence, he had her declared 'slightly insane' and committed to an asylum. Inside the Illinois State Hospital, Elizabeth found many other perfectly lucid women who, like her, had been betrayed by their husbands and incarcerated for daring to have a voice. But just because you are sane, doesn't mean that you can escape a madhouse ... Fighting the stigma of her gender and her supposed madness, Elizabeth embarked on a ceaseless quest for justice. It not only challenged the medical science of the day and saved untold others from suffering her fate, it ultimately led to a giant leap forward in human rights the world over. 'I have waited fifty years for this full-length biography of Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard, and Kate Moore's The Woman They Could Not Silence is simply magnificent. It reads like a suspense novel- one is on the edge of her seat at all times; one cannot believe what happens next - and then after that. History comes alive as does the tragedy of women who were falsely judged mad and then incarcerated and tortured in 19th century American Insane Asylums. Moore's research is impeccable. She tells us the whole terrifying and thrilling story- the cost of battle, the triumph of cruel and corrupt misogynists, the nature of feminist victory. It is a complicated story and one bril
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            ISBN 9781922585080
            Published NZ 28 Sep 2021
            Publisher Scribe Publications
            Interest Age General Audience
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            Against White Feminism
             

            Against White Feminism (Hardback)

            By Zakaria, Rafia

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            • Pub Date
              13 Dec 21

            Feminism is founded on a belief in equality. And in the past 200 years it has made incredible gains: paving the way for women to advance economically, increasing their safety and their power in society, and advocating for their needs and experiences. But not all women. Since its ...conception, feminism has catered to a very particular group of people: middle class, cis-gendered, Western, and above all, white. And this has not merely been an oversight, a failure of inclusion. It has been an active and sustained strategy. Rafia Zakaria traces the connections between feminism and white supremacy from the suffrage movement to the 'fourth wave' we see today, demonstrating how this movement based on equality has always been riddled with inequality and exploitation. And she issues a powerful call to arms to every reader to build a new kind of feminism which will light the path to true emancipation for all.
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            ISBN 9780241446096
            Released NZ 13 Dec 2021
            Publisher Penguin
            Interest Age 16+ years
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