Best-selling books from Greenbelt 2019

Best-selling books from Greenbelt 2019

A guest blog from our friends at Church House Bookshop…

Well, those hot, sunny days at Greenbelt 2019 are a distant memory now – but we thought you might like to see what sold best at G-Books, the onsite bookshop run by Church House Bookshop.

Here are our top five best-selling – and just in case you didn’t pick these up in August (or need more), see the end of the blog to collect a code to buy at a discount. Happy reading!

Shameless, by Nadia Bolz-Webber
No surprise here, in fact this title was our best-selling book at Greenbelt ever (since we started in 2011). Nadia offered us a very raw, intimate, and full-blown overhaul of our harmful and antiquated ideas about sex, gender, and our bodies.
Paperback edition coming November 2019.

There’s no Planet B, by Mike Berners-Lee
Mike has crunched the numbers and plotted a course of action that is practical and even enjoyable. He maps it out in an accessible and entertaining way, filled with astonishing facts and analysis.

Tin Can Cook, by Jack Monroe
Anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe enthralled us with a delicious collection of seventy-five recipes, all made from store-cupboard ingredients.

By Way of the Heart, by Mark Oakley
In a series of fifty beautifully crafted reflections, with characteristic wit, Mark traverses the landscape of the Christian year.

Rule Britannia, by Danny Dorling and Sally Tomlinson
The Greenbelt Brexit book! The authors argue that the EU referendum was part of a last gasp of empire working its way out of the British psyche.

To buy any of these books, visit our website at – insert code CHB1911 at checkout and we will take 10% off the prices (applies to all books on our website).

Available to 30th November 2019. Join our email list for great offers, features, competitions and much more.

Pictured: Jack Monroe at Greenbelt 2019. Photo by Mark Kensett.