Non-Fiction Spring 2022

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Tim Pröse

Hans-Erdmann Schönbeck: "... and I'll never forget"

A Stalingrad survivor talks about war, resistance, and having lived to see his 100th birthday

Date of publication: February 2, 2022
Hardcover | 288 pages
He survived Stalingrad, and was one of the last people to be flown out of that hell. Nearly 80 years later, and with 100 years of life experience behind him, Schönbeck now looks back on the event...
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Harald Lesch, Klaus Kamphausen

Moonlight Over the Orinoco

Reconceptualising human nature to shape the world of tomorrow

Date of publication: March 14, 2022
Hardcover | 160 pages
Everything is connected to everything else, and we humans are part of the whole of nature. This insight has been forgotten in our technologically and economically dominated world, with increasing...
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Dirk Steffens

Operation Future

Big questions, clever brains, ideas for a better tomorrow

Date of publication: March 21, 2022
Hardcover | 272 pages
In his new book, Dirk Steffens, well-known conservationist and Terra X presenter, writes about the most burning issues in the realm of nature, the environment, technology and science. Together w...
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Carina Wohlleben

Relax and Go Vegan

Why a life without animal products is easier than you think – good for you, good for the environment

Date of publication: June 20, 2022
Paperback | 224 pages
Lots of people claim that they could never go vegan. The reason for this is that there's a seemingly insurmountable mountain of things they don't know how to do – and they're worried that they wi...
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Simon Hage, Martin Hesse

Racing to Keep Up

The battle for customers, ideas and innovations – How German carmakers plan to get back on top

Date of publication: April 11, 2022
Hardcover | 304 pages
The German car industry is as good as finished. Progressive innovations are no longer being developed by traditional car makers but by high-tech firms. Tesla, Apple, Google, et al. took charge of...
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Mihrigul Tursun, Andrea C. Hoffman...

A Place of No Return

How I Survived China's Camps as an Uighur

Date of publication: January 17, 2022
Paperback | 288 pages
Human rights organisations and governments speak of a crime against humanity, a "cultural genocide". Mihrigul Tursun has repeatedly been a victim of Chinese efforts to totally assimilate the Uygh...
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Elli H. Radinger

Goodbye, Faithful Friend

Grief, letting go, being brave – what dogs can teach us about death and love

Date of publication: March 8, 2022
Hardcover | 176 pages
When her Labrador Shira died and Elli Radinger spoke publicly about her grief, thousands got in touch with the well-known wolf and dog expert to tell her about their own old, sick or deceased pet...
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Rainer Wohlfarth, Bettina Mutschle...

How Animals Can Cure Us

The healing power of animals

Date of publication: June 14, 2022
Paperback | 320 pages
How can animals help our children grow up? Why are pet owners less stressed? How does contact with animals strengthen our immune system? Dr Rainer Wohlfarth and Bettina Mutschler answer these and...
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Christoph Keese

Life Changer: A Future Made in Germany

How the modern spirit of invention is changing our lives and saving the planet

Date of publication: May 16, 2022
Hardcover | 336 pages
Cars that don't burn fuel, don't need power sockets and steer themselves through the streets. Corn that can grow in the Sahara with just a few drops of water and can feed entire villages. Illness...
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Susann Brückner, Caroline Kraft

finally.

talking about grief

Date of publication: March 14, 2022
Paperback | 240 pages | With illustrations from: Tine Fetz
Grief has a bad reputation – unfairly so, because it's only through grief that we learn how to live with loss. Susann Brückner and Caroline Kraft show how everyone grieves differently, and revea...

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