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'One giant is enough for a world of trouble.' Attributed to Monkey, by Rabbit, after the Valley of Tears.

When Monkey was young, his only interests were beetles, pebbles, and fishing but when an old enemy attacks his tiny island home, he is rescued by a whirlwind to the mainland where he must grow up quickly if he wants to survive. He discovers the awful power and influence of the giants and their Castle by the Sea. Can a gentle, naïve, and kind monkey, who will never take up a sword, or end a life, survive in a world of war? Can Monkey, his two new friends, Rabbit and Fox, as well as the enigmatic and mysterious Mr. Big Nose, stop the giants from destroying the forest, or will evil triumph over the gentle and the good? Can Monkey bring hope or is the price of peace too high? This is a story of sadness and loss, war and peace, and intrigue and mystery. But it is also a story of hope, that tomorrow the sun may yet shine, that friendship matters, and despite our appearances, we are all on the same journey.
Tread carefully humans, or what happened to the giants will happen again…

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Today, wealthy nations are in a race for survival. It is a Baby Race. The goal is to increase the birth rate and avoid a demographic catastrophe. They believe that higher birth rates will lead to prosperity and power, while low birth rates cause economic decline and social collapse. Are they right? Is a nation with a low birth rate in trouble? Will a world with fewer kids lead to lower economic growth, and financial ruin? Many believe so. From Japan to America, China to Taiwan, the Baby Race is on, but is it a race run in vain? The Baby Race has all the hallmarks of an ideology that has been dormant for years. We all know its name, and it has returned. Dr Sutton makes a comprehensive case for an open and free society, free from fascism and free from a nation where governments blame innocent people for their inability to adapt to an increasingly complex world.


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