1) The humans
Regarding humans unfavorably upon arriving on Earth, a reluctant extraterrestrial assumes the identity of a Cambridge mathematician before realizing that there's more to the human race than he suspected.
"Matt Haig's accessible and life-affirming memoir of his struggle with depression, and how his triumph over the illness taught him to live"-- Like nearly one in five people, Haig suffers from depression. Here he explains how, minute by minute and day by day, he overcame the disease with the help of reading, writing, and the love of his parents and his girlfriend, and eventually learned to appreciate life all the more for it. Both inspiring to those...
"A follow-up to Matt Haig's internationally bestselling memoir, Reasons to Stay Alive, a broader look at how modern life feeds our anxiety, and how to live a better life. The societies we live in are increasingly making our minds ill, making it feel as though the way we live is engineered to make us unhappy. When Matt Haig developed panic disorder, anxiety, and depression as an adult, it took him a long time to work out the ways the external world...
4) To be a cat
Twelve-year-old Barney Willow gets his wish to be a cat but soon discovers that not all felines are cute and cuddly -- some are downright evil -- and his life is in grave danger, but his missing father may be able to help.
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Southside Childrens - J
Fiction Haig, M
"Nikolas, the boy who would one day be known as Santa Claus, goes on a life-changing quest to the North Pole"--
6) Los humanos
"Un húmedo viernes por la noche el profesor Andrew Martin de la Universidad de Cambridge resuelve uno de los más grandes enigmas matemáticos de todos los tiempos: el secreto de los números primos, la clave que dará respuesta a los misterios del universo y garantizará el fin de la enfermedad y la muerte. Y entonces desaparece. Cuando finalmente lo encuentran, desnudo y desorientado en medio de una transitada carretera, el profesor Martin parece...