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Brief Published: 27 Apr 2012

School of Life Book Series


The School of Life, a London-based organisation that encourages debate about how to live wisely and well, is to publish a series of six self-help books for modern living in collaboration with UK publisher Pan Macmillan. They will examine subjects including technology, work and the desire to alter the world for the better.

The set includes How to Change the World by School of Life founder John-Paul Flintoff, and How to Thrive in the Digital Age by British author and technology commentator Tom Chatfield, which examines how to prosper in a relentless digital world without losing our humanity.

The series will be published in May 2012 with spot colour illustrations by UK artist Marcia Mihotich. TSOL Live, a fast-paced, lesson-style talk that condenses all the books, will tour the UK in the same month.

Read more about The School of Life in the Culture & Media report Club Culture.

The School of Life

Pan Macmillan