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Sweating Together

BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP  Sweating Together: How Peloton Built a Billion Dollar Venture and Created Community in a Digital World by David J. Miller, PhD. The ultimate front row look at the meteoric rise of Peloton, one of the hottest consumer and fitness brands in the world. In Sweating Together Miller brings readers directly into the […]

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Light-Years: A History of Photography (Lichtjaren – Een geschiedenis van de fotografie)

PHOTOGRAPHY | ART We are surrounded by pictures, but what do we really know about the history of photography? Rooseboom shows us how photographs are made, meant, distributed, watched, used and misuse In Light-years, Hans Rooseboom explains how photography grew from nothing into the influential, popular and omnipresent medium it currently is. Rooseboom shows us […]

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The Conductor (De Dirigent)

HISTORICAL FICTION Timely and relevant. — NRC HandelsbladIn these times of #MeToo and discussions on the glass ceiling, Peters brings a fascinating woman from history back to our attention and gives us the right story at the right time. — de Volkskrant Whoever thinks that we’ve come a long way over the past 100 years, […]

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Princes not so Charming (Princes pas si charmants et autres illusions à dissiper ensemble)

COMIC SERIES In her latest book, Emma takes a new look at the “mental load” concept that put her on the map, and develops the political side of it. In this new volume, she addresses subjects like how we define “work,” women’s relationship to politics, the burden of the norm., and more. On the agenda: […]

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Chasing Excellence

SPORT Ben’s ability to develop mental toughness and the approach he shares in Chasing Excellence is a game changer for athletes in any sport. — Javier Vazquez, Major League Baseball All-Star You need to know absolutely nothing about CrossFit to appreciate the wisdom and incisiveness of Chasing Excellence. Ben Bergeron has written a must-have handbook on […]

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DataStory: Explain Data and Inspire Action Through Story

BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP What if you sliced data and found a huge problem or opportunity? Data did its job, but now it needs a storyteller. The way insights are communicated could reverse or increase the trajectory of data. The actions you ask others to take today can change your future data. But getting others to […]

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The Purpose Advantage: How to Unlock New Ways of Doing Business

BUSINESS & LEADERSHIP In today’s noisy market where people have instant access to nearly everything, quality products and services are no longer enough to differentiate your company or organization―your brand― from the competition. What a brand stands for, and the actions it takes to prove it, can provide a necessary memorability consumers draw on when […]

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Praise For Imperfect Mothers (Eloge des mères imparfaites)

PARENTING Finally, a book that allows us to reflect on motherhood and parenthood without giving lessons. The perfect mother does not exist. Media, social networks, family: everything and everyone around the young parent explains how to raise their child well…. pretending to be perfectly informed and caring, of course! After the birth of her daughter, […]

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The New World History (La Nouvelle Histoire du Monde)

HISTORY In the 19th century, the West wrote a world history in which it played the leading role. Today, the East is regaining the importance it once had, and the world is once again becoming multipolar; a global warming is underway… These events have a long history, made up of environmental, technological, religious, societal, demographic […]

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A Saturday Evening Among Friends (Un samedi soir entre amis)

CRIME & THRILLERS When comes the weekend, everything is possible… even the worst. Claire, worried, checks her phone again. It’s past eight and her boyfriend, who’s supposed to come and fetch her, is nowhere to be found. They’ve been dating for six months now and Claire knows him well. Medhi’s always on time. François is […]

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