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Looking for the best place to hibernate this winter, so is bear. He searches and searches until he realizes “there’s no place like home.”
Humor is probably the best way to deal with waking up five years after you've died. That's what Travis Coates does, in a brand new body, with the same old head, still sixteen when everyone he's every known and loved is five years older. Sadness of course plays in a bit too, but I'd be getting aHEAD of the story and giving too much away, and I can't do Whaley's storytelling justice anyways.
Doctor Who meets Sherlock Holmes in New England detective Mr. R. F. Jackaby and his assistant, the dauntless Abigail Rook, who specialize in solving crimes of the supernatural variety.
Fantastically creepy and strange. Carey creates a darkly funny, clever and macabre tale of two misfit orphans each owned in different ways by Heap House, punctuated by gloomy Edward Gorey-style portraits of the house's many inhabitants. Perfect for fans of Lemony Snicket, Neil Gaiman and Roald Dahl.
A marriage of 21 poems by this acclaimed, poet, fiction writer and farmer, with dozens of full-color watercolor illustrations that are visual meditations on the poems they illustrate . Together they draw on their love of the natural world to make a collection that is a consummate example of fine bookmaking. Appropriate for children of all ages & those who love the book as physical object.
If you're looking for a gift for a curious, creative, out-of-the-box thinker, this may very well be the perfect one. From the Tinkering Studio at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, it’s chock-full of jumping-off points for tinkering adventures, suggestions for tools and materials, and wonderful stories of tinkering adventures. Complete with a hackable cover with conductive ink, this book is sure to amaze, delight and inspire.