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Ben and Holly is a children's 10 minute cartoon on TV and You Tube, for ages 3-5. Ben is an elf, Holly is a fairy, but it's not too icky and has some good humour.
Great film about people making connections. Features two main characters, a diorvced woman and a divorced man, both of whom have kids who are just about to head off to college. They're both lonely and fearing becoming more lonely. And they meet and begin to fall in love.
Volume II of Knausgaard's six-volume My Struggle project finds the author newly divorced and caught in the throes of new love. Remarriage and, eventually, fatherhood ensue, and with them come moments of ecstasy.
A historical fiction drama based on the real life of Eugene Allen, a slave that ends up being a White House butler for 34 years. This movie offers the interesting perspective of two different generations, both battling the injustices of racism and discrimination. The timeline follows black hist
A powerful guide to healing our relationship with our planetary home
Director of the Groupwork Institute of Australia, Glen Ochre, brings together more than 40 years’ experience to unravel the intricate dynamics of groups. Her practical guide focuses on situations where problems most often arise and provides the ‘nuts and bolts’ of how to overcome them.
Creative Confidence takes the reader through the "design thinking" method that promotes "empathic listening skills" as a prerequisite of the creation of human-centric products.
One of the School of Life series, this is a great introduction to a French philosopher, Henri Bergson. He's not someone I'd heard of, although he was a contemporary of William James.
Documentary about the revolution in Egypt.