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A precious way to introduce young readers to the wonders of museums, with interactive lift-the-flaps, educational descriptions, and (of course) lots of adorable animals!
A holiday classic that you and your kids will remember. Walter Wick’s photographs of his meticulously put together sets inspired by Christmas create dreamy feelings of nostalgia and wonder. These scenes are paired with riddles to find the objects hiding in the picture that provide plenty of fun for everyone
A heartwarming & beautifully illustrated story of two children learning how to make dumplings with their grandma!
A dystopian series that will make you question the way you live your life. In my opinion, The Arc of a Scythe series is required reading for anyone 13 and up, especially those who are already fans of the genre.
I guarantee its work-of-art pages will let out an "ooOOo aaAAAa". A perfect wintry gift wrapped in exquisiteness, imagination, and warmth.
James Hoffmann provides a book on coffee that is as beautiful as it is informative. Learn about coffee at all stages of production ranging from the farms it’s harvested at, to the process of making it. A great read for any coffee lover.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Endangered Species Act with the beauty of Allen Crawford's art and the moving words of Terry Tempest Williams.
A long overdue corrective art history tome for your coffee table or syllabus.
Part memoir, part cultural criticism, and part culinary history with a focus on sustainability, labor rights, and feminism. This incredibly researched book chronicles Kennedy's personal food history and the radical past and future of plant-based eating. It will challenge you to make more thoughtful approaches to the way you eat, regardless of whether you're an omnivore, vegetarian, or vegan.
- Katie H.
An incredibly artful & quaint portrait of the lengths people are willing to go to for love (and hate) in a small Appalachian town. The perfect winter read.
Science and space intimidate the heck out of me, but this gorgeous book makes me want to know more about both.
This beautiful book is more than just something to spruce up a coffee table! It is filled with gorgeous illustrations, fascinating history, growing tips, and therapeutic uses for each of the herbs, and I could not put it down! This is the perfect gift for anyone looking for a beautiful new way to look at plants you may even see as “weeds”!
This is the catalog for a recent terrific exhibit (now closed) at the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester. The summers Hopper spent in Gloucester were pivotal both in his professional and personal life and it’s fascinating to follow his development as an artist where many of the subjects of his work still exist in our backyard.
This detailed and richly-illustrated guide makes the perfect gift for the nature lover, the artist, and the wonderfully curious.
The only fantasy book you or a loved one will ever need, written by one of the very best authors in the genre.