Starting a DEBATE

SOCIAL ISSUES AND CURRENT AFFAIRS
1986

Debates: The Tactics of Terror
Macdonald
1991

Food and Diet
Heinemann
1993

My First Library: Money
Macdonald Educational
1997

Past and Present: 1 Censorship 2 Terrorism 3 Kidnapping 4 Smuggling 5 Riots
Heinemann
1998

What do we Mean by Human Rights? Freedom of Speech
Franklin Watts
1999
Moral Dilemmas: Censorship Evans Bros
Moral Dilemmas: Crime and Punishment Evans Bros
Life Files: Animal Matters Evans Bros
2000

Citizenship
Evans Bros
2001

The Earth’s Changing Landscapes: Population Growth
Franklin Watts
2004

Political Manipulation: The World of Spin
Heinemann Library
2005

Eyewitness: Vote
Dorling Kindersley
2008

C20th Lives: Campaigners
Wayland
2009

Let’s find out about... Saving Water and Energy
Ticktock
2010

Eyewitness: City
Dorling Kindersley
2011




Our World Divided
1 Iran and the West
2 Afghanistan from War to Peace
3 Sudan and Peoples in Conflict
Wayland
2014




Recent: Behind the News:
1 School Shootings 2 Middle East Uprisings
3 Hostage Takers 4 Race and Crime
5 Global Financial Crisis
Wayland
2017




Forthcoming: Question It!
1 Oil  2 Water 3 Food  4 Population
5 Natural Habitats  6 Climate Change
Wayland

Reviews

Our World Divided: Afghanistan – From War to Peace
 Wayland 2011

“An admirably well balanced and clear-headed account of an immensely complex conflict, fleshed out with cleverly chosen quotes and sources.”

Shortlisted for the 12-16 years section 
of the School Library
Association Award 2012



Twentieth Century Lives: Campaigners 
Wayland 2009

"..beautifully presented and inspiring in its content. The collection includes...some [campaigners] who will be less familiar to the pupils and their teachers...a sign of the world focus of this book.."

Nick Hunt, School Librarian October 2010


Citizenship
 Evans Bros 2001

“… a crisp, clear and unashamedly useful guide to the subject of citizenship. This is the kind of book which outclasses web information, taking the reader on journeys of perspective and opinion they may never have considered.... this book is an ideal resource for both school and home."

Lindsey Fraser, The Guardian July 2001