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"200 women - Who Will Change the Way You See the World"

"200 women - Who Will Change the Way You See the World"

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by Geoff Blackwell, Ruth Hobday + Photography by Kieran E. Scott

In this ambitious global project, two hundred women share inspiring stories of success and courage, love and pain, redemption, and generosity.

This updated, abridged edition includes powerful new interviews and stirring quotes alongside selections from the original book, all answering the same five questions. Presented in an accessible, chunky paperback brimming with stunning photographs and empowering stories, this new edition is an illuminating read for the modern woman and a lovely gift for mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends.

• Equality is explored through diverse interviews with women from around the world
• Brave insightful interviews with women - famous as well as unknown, rich and poor, black and white, leaders, victims, survivors and heroes
• Women featured include Angela Davis, Alice Waters, and Isabel Allende


David Robertson began his career at age fifteen as a dishwasher in a restaurant kitchen—and thirty years later, he hasn’t looked back. As the founder of The Dirty Apron Cooking School and Delicatessen, he teaches more than thirty-five classes to 8,000 students each year. He discovered his passion when cooking for others, and he's extremely pleased that he so inspired one of his daughters that she too wants to be a chef. In his off-time, David likes to cook for kids in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and fundraise for his favourite charities. He and his wife and business partner Sara believe we can break down the barriers between people with the art of good food. He is also the author of The Dirty Apron Cookbook.

DAVID HAWKSWORTH owns acclaimed Vancouver restaurants Hawksworth, Nightingale, and Bel Café. He and his restaurants have won countless awards, including five awards for Best Upscale Restaurant from Vancouver Magazine. Hawksworth was named among the top three new restaurants by enRoute magazine in 2011 and was named nation-wide "Restaurant of the Year" by Maclean's in 2012. Chef Hawksworth is one of Canada's leading culinary talents and the youngest chef inducted into the BC Restaurant Hall of Fame.


women's inspirations / Subjects & Themes / Portraits


6.57 x 8.7

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