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Sabine  Bode - Let Me Through, I Have to Get to Yoga

Sabine Bode

Let Me Through, I Have to Get to Yoga

Mindful sighing for post-youths with an extending middle finger at dawn

How often do you have to bang your head on the corner of a table before your chi flows properly again? How long do you need to allow for a nervous breakdown, to make it to hormone...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Dr. Pop - Dr Pop's Musical Surgery

Dr. Pop

Dr Pop's Musical Surgery

Why music makes us more attractive, why concert-goers live longer and why earworms are better than you think

Did you know that singing in the shower increases self-confidence, that music makes you more attractive than sport, and that concert-goers live longer?

In this entertaining...

Date of publication
June 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Achim  Engelberg - On the Edge of Europe

Achim Engelberg

On the Edge of Europe

Why the fate of our continent depends on its margins

How has the continent of Europe changed in the past decades, from the point of view of its outermost regions?

Achim Engelberg has spent many years travelling along the...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Social & Cultural Studies
  • Current Affairs
  • Politics
 
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Rainer  Hank - The Loyalty Trap

Rainer Hank

The Loyalty Trap

Why we have to resist the call of the herd

Loyalty has a good reputation – albeit one that's very much undeserved, thinks Rainer Hank. Loyalty not only prevents us from being free, but also encourages betrayal (for example...

Date of publication
February 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Philosophy
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Kristin  Haug, Verena  Töpper - Lunch on the Mekong

Kristin Haug, Verena Töpper

Lunch on the Mekong

Emigrants on their new life in 22 countries

Paradise, I'm on my way: every year, more than a hundred thousand Germans fulfil their dream of living abroad. People like the diving instructor Carina, for example, who has moved...

Date of publication
May 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Malte  Herwig - The Great Kalanag

Malte Herwig

The Great Kalanag

How Hitler's magician made the past disappear and won over the world

He was the biggest star of the young German republic. After the war, he forged an international career as a magician. Helmut Schreiber, a.k.a. Kalanag, was famous for his complex,...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • Hotlist
  • General Non-Fiction
  • History
  • Biographies
 
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Katja  Hübner - Okay, Thanks, Bye!

Katja Hübner

Okay, Thanks, Bye!

A story of friendship and homelessness

There are just under a million homeless people in Germany. Many are permanently homeless and live on the streets. The passers-by who hurry past them look away in disgust – or, at...

Date of publication
April 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Benjamin  Kuhlhoff, Laura Marie  Wilke - Have a Beer, We Need to Talk About Children

Benjamin Kuhlhoff, Laura Marie Wilke

Have a Beer, We Need to Talk About Children

The unsparing truth from the life of almost perfect parents

A mother, a father, two different families in Berlin and the huge topic of children. Children everywhere. How exactly does the birth of a child affect you? How do you handle it...

Date of publication
April 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Dr. Christine  Löber, Hanna  Grabbe - Follow Your Nose

Dr. Christine Löber, Hanna Grabbe

Follow Your Nose

How our ears, nose and throat guide us in life

The nose sits in the middle of the face, yet most people know surprisingly little about it. Yet our ENT department manages a large part of our perception – apart from breathing....

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Bettina  Musall (Editor), Eva-Maria  Schnurr (Editor) - The Aristocrats

Bettina Musall (Editor), Eva-Maria Schnurr (Editor)

The Aristocrats

Europe's nobility from the Middle Ages to the present day

Have you ever wondered what really happened at court, what its rules of dress and etiquette were, what noblewomen wrote in their secret diaries and which blue bloods actually did...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • History
 
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Silke  Neumayer - Puberty is Great – Unfortunately We’re Parents Now

Silke Neumayer

Puberty is Great – Unfortunately We’re Parents Now

Stories from the hormonal phase

Your child's first long-term relationship, spots that make going to school simply impossible, awkward conversations about the facts of life, or sheer panic when their smartphone...

Date of publication
April 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Christoph  Reuter - Everyone is Musical – Except Some

Christoph Reuter

Everyone is Musical – Except Some

Everything you wanted to know about the wonderful world of music – and how we are much more musical than we think

Can music make you clever or even healthier? What is the soundtrack of life? How does the famous Köchel catalogue work? In this tongue-in-cheek book, Christoph Reuter – pianist,...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
  • Humour
 
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Jasmin  Schreiber - Goodbye to Hermione

Jasmin Schreiber

Goodbye to Hermione

On life, dying and death – and what a hamster has to do with it all

Everyone has to die. You, me, the animals in the wood, that plant on the office windowsill: sooner or later, it'll take all of us. When death enters our lives, it conjures up...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • Hotlist
  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
  • Philosophy
 
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Frank  Sieren - Shenzhen – Future Made in China

Frank Sieren

Shenzhen – Future Made in China

Between creativity and control: The young megacity that's changing our world

If you want to know what our – and especially our children's – lives will soon be like, and the kind of technology that will dominate them, take a stroll through Shenzhen: The...

Date of publication
May 2021

  • Hotlist
  • General Non-Fiction
  • Current Affairs
  • Economy
 
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Peter  Spork - Surveying Life

Peter Spork

Surveying Life

How systems biology can help us fully understand our bodies for the first time – and prevent illnesses before they happen

Around the world, scientists are urgently trying to understand the human body in its entirety, from the smallest cell to the organism as a whole. Using the latest technology and...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • Hotlist
  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Janika  Takats - The Little Book of Cannabis

Janika Takats

The Little Book of Cannabis

What you're allowed to do. How it affects you. How it can help.

Hemp seeds at the supermarket, CBD oil at the chemist's, medical cannabis for pain management – hemp has lately been undergoing an image change. We used to think of cannabis as...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Holger  Volland - The Future is Smart – Are You?

Holger Volland

The Future is Smart – Are You?

100 answers to the most important questions about digital life

People are warning us about digital dementia, the uncontrollable power of digital companies, and manipulative surveillance capitalism – in the midst of them are we, the people,...

Date of publication
March 2021

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Current Affairs
 
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