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  • Juliana's Bananas by Ruth Walton

    Juliana's Bananas by Ruth Walton

    An educational resource to help children of 5 and up explore Fairtrade through the eyes of the children of banana farmers in the Windward Islands in the Caribbean.

    'This fabulous colourful book uses a Caribbean banana farming family to explain how international trade works and what it means to children, their families and communities. A great way to introduce Fairtrade and why it is needed!' - Jacqui Mackay, Banana Link.

    Paperback, 32 pages

  • 2016 New Internationalist One World Calendar

    2016 New Internationalist One World Calendar

    12 powerful pictures to grace any wall. Large format, spiral bound, one month to view.
  • NI489 New Internationalist January/February 2016 Issue

    NI489 New Internationalist January/February 2016 Issue

    January/February 2016's issue of New Internationalist brings an in-depth coverage of the refugee crisis


  • eBook: Vegetarian Main Dishes (Chunky Cookbook)

    eBook: Vegetarian Main Dishes (Chunky Cookbook)

    Fantastic vegetarian main dishes from all over the world.

    After you have completed the checkout process you will be sent an e-mail containing the download link and instructions.
  • 2016 Everyday Diary & Notebook

    2016 Everyday Diary & Notebook

    A pocket diary and a matching journal style notebook.
  • The No-Nonsense Guide To Religion

    The No-Nonsense Guide To Religion

    A balanced guide to religion, which analyses the cultural, social and political implications of religion globally.
  • The No-Nonsense Guide to World Health

    The No-Nonsense Guide to World Health

    This guide shows that where you live, your wealth and your gender all have a bearing on the diseases you may encounter and your prospects for prevention, treatment and survival.