The EALA Spring 2022 Rights Guide is here!
We are delighted and thrilled to launch our Spring 2022 catalogue!
Explore how humans have always sought connections with dogs and other animals, and find out how the President of Finland made his country and himself indispensable to international relations during the Cold War! Channel your negative emotions about relationships in a purifying and fun way, and learn how to tap into the Finnish mindset to improve your mental and physical well-being.
We have 18 exciting Non-Fiction titles in our Spring 2022 digital catalogue, browse the full list here.
We have picked out a few new and exciting titles – take a look!
Me, My Dog and Humanity: A History of Coexistence Between Species
by Tiina Raevaara
Has humanity become so powerful through its own merits alone? Or do other species deserve a thanks as well?
- The Finnish answer to Yuval Noah Harari and Rutger Bregman!
In the Autumn of 2018, biologist and award-winning author Tiina Raevaara found herself exhausted and anguished. She did, however, find comfort in the company of her dog, Igor. She started pondering the reasons for her exhaustion and, simultaneously, the evolution of the human species and its relation to other animals.
In her new book Me, My Dog and Humanity, Raevaara compellingly describes the coexistence between humans and animals, both personally and from the perspective of humankind. The domesticated dog is a much older creation of humankind than agriculture, religion or even writing. Mapping out the mutual journey between humans and dogs, Raevaara sheds light on the most fundamental essences of humanity and its relationship with nature.
The Finnish Factor: Kekkonen, Kennedy, Khrushchev and the Cold War
by Gordon F. Sander
With the fate of his country and relations between superpowers in the balance, what is the President of Finland to do?
- A gripping and lucid account of one of the lesser-known crises of the Cold War
In the fall of 1961 in Finland, the USSR and the US were squaring off for a potentially explosive confrontation over the Kremlin’s desire to maintain its sphere of influence over that country. The Note Crisis, the events leading up to it, and the three figures who were at the center of it—Urho Kekkonen, the Machiavellian president of Finland; Nikita Khrushchev, the feisty Soviet premier; and John Kennedy, the US president—comprise the climax of Gordon Sander’s groundbreaking book.
The biography, which focuses on Kekkonen’s pivotal first term as President, is based on three years of research, and includes exclusive interviews with Khrushchev’s late son Sergey, Kekkonen’s former chiefs of staff and President of Finland, Sauli Niinistö.
The Little Book of Bad Moods for Relationships
by Lotta Sonninen and Piia Aho
Channel your disappointments, resentments and negative emotions toward relationships into this helpful and trustworthy book!
- The newest title in the highly successful The Little Book of Bad Moods series, sold in 30 languages!
However lovely, caring, and thoughtful your significant other might be, there are always moments when you have to muster up all of your strength to not let the other know what you really think about them. And why is it that the one closest to you always keeps saying and doing all the wrong things?
Not to worry – The Little Book of Bad Moods for
Relationships is here to the rescue!
Fill this adult activity book with your disappointments in relationships, reveal your true thoughts about your significant other (and exes!) and mark down the romantic duds. Reminisce about your worst dates, play some argument bingo and ensure that your partner’s errors are never forgotten!
Everyday Sisu: Tapping into Finnish Fortitude for a Happier, More Resilient Life
by Katja Pantzar
Discover how the happiest people on earth survive – and thrive – through tough times using inner strength and courage!
- The brand new book by the bestselling author of The Finnish Way, sold in 24 territories!
Sisu is a powerful mindset that makes Finland one of the happiest countries in the world, despite long winters, social isolation, and a history of challenging times. In Everyday Sisu, journalist Katja Pantzar explores the simple practices that make Finnish life so stable, sustainable, and healthy for body and mind, even when life doesn’t go as planned. You’ll discover ways to boost your mental and physical resilience to face life’s challenges head-on.
Featuring insights from Finnish experts in mental health, wellness, sustainability, social justice, and more, this practical and empowering guide presents a roadmap for overcoming what you thought you couldn’t — and finding hope and tools to create a brighter way forward.
… but that is not all!
We have 14 more exciting Non-Fiction titles in our Spring 2022 digital catalogue, browse the full list here.
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