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The What on Earth Books Collection is now available

Exact Editions is pleased to announce that the What on Earth Books Collection is now available in the Exact Editions shop for individuals and institutions.

What on Earth Books is a UK-based children’s non-fiction publishing house. It was founded in 2010 by world history author Christopher Llyod and illustrator Andy Forshaw. The core of its mission is to try tell stories in accessible, interconnected ways and to champion the fact that the real world is more interesting that anything you … Keep Reading

Archive Perspectives: Thanksgiving

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving, held annually to commemorate the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag sharing an autumn harvest feast in 1621. 

Although the events that took place at the first Thanksgiving have been questioned and rewritten throughout history. Every fourth Thursday of November, Americans will gather around the table to enjoy roast turkey, mashed potatoes, candied yams, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and much more.

We have selected two digital magazine issues and one digital book … Keep Reading

COP26 Virtual Book Showcase: Interview with Elsevier’s Rachel Martin

Rachel Martin is Global Director of Sustainability at Elsevier, driving transformational change in the priority areas of sustainability with a focus on climate action 🌏

Together with the International Publishers’ Association (IPA), she has supported Exact Editions’ COP26 Virtual Book Showcase since its inception and is a valued promotional partner of the project.

Now that the showcase is well underway (and freely accessible until the end of 22 November), we wanted to ask about her about the effect … Keep Reading

COP26 Virtual Book Showcase Author Profile: Carola Rackete

In July 2019, Carola Rackete, former ship captain of Sea-Watch 3, was temporarily arrested on the Italian island of Lampedusa when she took the decision to sail 40 migrants into a port without authorisation. Every year thousands of people drown trying to reach safe harbour in the EU. German non-governmental organisation, Sea-Watch, commissions ships to rescue refugees in the Mediterranean sea. Sea-Watch has so far been involved in the rescue of well over 35,000 people.

Her book, Handeln statt Keep Reading

COP26 Virtual Book Showcase Translator Profile: Chris McMahon

Chris McMahon is a retired Professor of Engineering Design, who continues his role at the University of Bristol as a Senior Research Fellow and Senior Associate Teacher. He is particularly interested in how technology can assist the organisation and management of the information used in design, and in design for a sustainable future. Recently, he has translated best-selling French book, The Age of Low Tech, by Philippe Bihouix.

The Age of Low Tech, challenges the often accepted belief that complex … Keep Reading

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