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For the Grown-Ups

Because parents need stories too. Also, there are some useful self-help books. 
  • Cooking with Indian Spicebox

    $25.00

    Written by Namita Moolani MehrahardcoverIn her first book, Cooking with Indian Spicebox, Namita shares her stories and tips for making Indian cooki...

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    $25.00
  • Inconvenient Skin

    $29.00

    Written by Shane L KoyczanpaperbackInconvenient Skin challenges how reconciliation has become a contested buzzword filled with promises and good in...

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    $29.00
  • Ilustrado

    $32.00

    Written by Miguel SyjucopaperbackIt begins with a body. On a clear day in winter, the battered corpse of Crispin Salvador is pulled from the Hudson...

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    $32.00
  • I Was the President's Mistress!!

    $32.00

    Written by Miguel Syjucopaperback“Brilliant . . . Miguel Syjuco is his country’s most original and unflinching literary voice.” —Salman Rushdie"It...

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    $32.00
  • What We Inherit: Growing Up Indian

    $15.00

    edited by Shailey Hingorani Varsha SivarampaperbackA celebration of the slippages, strife and secret histories that make us—for better or worse—wh...

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    $15.00
  • The Last Fools - The Eight Immortals of Lee Kuan Yew

    $25.70

    edited by Peh Shing HueipaperbackAs Lee Kuan Yew and his Old Guard founding leaders attempted to shape an improbable nation from a tropical island ...

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    $25.70
  • Adèle

    $18.00

    Written by Leila SlimanipaperbackAdèle appears to have the perfect life. A respected journalist, she lives in a flawless Parisian apartment with he...

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    $18.00
  • The Country Of Others

    $20.90

    Written by Leila Slimani  |  Translated by Sam TaylorpaperbackThe award-winning, #1 internationally bestselling new novel by the author of The Perf...

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    $20.90
  • Leila

    $17.00

    Written by Prayaag AkbarpaperbackThis tale of motherly love blends the page-turning urgency of The Girl in the Red Coat with the political force of...

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    $17.00
  • A Book of Changes

    $16.00

    Written by Daryl Lim Wei JiepaperbackChange is what happens to everything: history is humanity's attempt to make sense of this inevitability.In his...

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    $16.00
  • Food Republic: A Singapore Literary Banquet

    $32.10

    Written by Ann Ang & Daryl Lim Wei Jie & Tse Hao Guang (editors)paperbackFood Republic is a generous serving of Singapore's food culture:...

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    $32.10
  • The Joy Of Movement: How Exercise Helps Us Find Happiness, Hope, Connection, and Courage

    $31.00

    Written by Kelly McGonigalpaperbackExercise is health-enhancing and life-extending, yet many of us feel it’s a chore. But, as Kelly McGonigal reve...

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    $31.00
  • The Ocean at the End of the Lane

    $15.50

    Written by Neil GaimanpaperbackA groundbreaking work as delicate as a butterfly’s wing and as menacing as a knife in the dark, The Ocean at the En...

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    $15.50
  • The Secret of Hoa Sen

    $26.00

    Poems by Nguyen Phan Que Mai  |  Translated by Bruce WeiglpaperbackNguyen Phan Que Mai is among the most exciting writers to emerge from post-war...

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    $26.00
  • Singapore Sisters: Celebrating the Lives of Foreign Domestic Workers in Singapore

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    Photographed by Hayley DurackhardcoverEnjoy a special bundle price of $30 per book when you place an order for two or more copies.    100% of the p...

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  • Somebody Give This Heart a Pen

    $17.90

    Written by Sophia Thakurpaperback In a powerful debut, rising star Sophia Thakur brings her spoken word performance to the page.Be with yourself fo...

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    $17.90
  • Mother's Guide to the Meaning of Life

    $17.90

    Written by Amy Krouse Rosenthalpaperback"Mother" may be the most under-appreciated job title of all time, as any woman who has raised children can ...

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    $17.90
  • This Is What Inequality Looks Like

    $27.80

    Written by Teo You YennpaperbackWhat is poverty? What is inequality? How are they connected? How are they reproduced? How might they be overcome?...

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    $27.80
  • Eating Chilli Crab in the Anthropocene

    $25.00

    Edited by Matthew Schneider-MayersonpaperbackIn this era of climate crisis, in which our very futures are at stake, sustainability is a global impe...

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    $25.00
  • You, Your Child, And School : Navigate Your Way to the Best Education

    $42.00

    Written by Ken Robinson and Lou AronicahardcoverAn essential book for parents to help their children get the education they need to live happy, pro...

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    $42.00
  • The Youth of God

    $16.00

    Written by Hassan Ghedi SanturpaperbackThe Youth of God tells the story of Nuur, a sensitive and religious 17-year-old Somali-Canadian boy who beco...

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    $16.00
  • The Break

    $18.00

    Written by Deb Fitzpatrickpaperback The south-west coast is the kind of place people escape to. Unless you have lived there all your life, in whic...

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    $18.00
  • Muddlehood

    $18.00

    Edited by Kelly Pang, Eliza Teoh, Koh Keat Kianpaperback Eighteen clueless first-time parents spill the beans in this heartfelt and hilarious colle...

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    $18.00
  • Love is an Empty Barstool

    $16.00

    Written by Pooja NansipaperbackThe poems in this collection are best read with a glass of single malt but they work equally well in a quiet place...

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    $16.00