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The Tiger Who Would Be King: James Thurber’s Poignant 1927 Parable of the Destructive Hunger for Power, Reimagined in Stunning New Illustrations
The Tiger Who Would Be King: James Thurber’s Poignant 1927 Parable of the Destructive Hunger for Power, Reimagined in Stunning New Illustrations

A timeless text of acute timeliness, brought to life in a visual masterwork of traditional technique and imaginative ingenuity.

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Sex Is a Funny Word: An Intelligent and Inclusive Illustrated Primer on Sexuality
Sex Is a Funny Word: An Intelligent and Inclusive Illustrated Primer on Sexuality

From crushes to gender identity, an honest, openhearted, and stereotype-defying celebration of our bodies.

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Charles M. Schulz, Civil Rights, and the Previously Unseen Art of Peanuts
Charles M. Schulz, Civil Rights, and the Previously Unseen Art of Peanuts

“My husband and I keep pertinent Peanuts cartoons on desks and bulletin boards as guards against pomposity.”

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Thunder & Lightning: An Extraordinary Illustrated Celebration of the Weather and Its Role in the Human Experience
Thunder & Lightning: An Extraordinary Illustrated Celebration of the Weather and Its Role in the Human Experience

Elemental enchantment at the intersection of art, science, and storytelling.

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The Quiet Noisy Book: A Little-Known Vintage Gem by Margaret Wise Brown
The Quiet Noisy Book: A Little-Known Vintage Gem by Margaret Wise Brown

A tender celebration of curiosity, presence, and attentiveness to the world in its most delicate and delightful details.

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The Tea Party in the Woods: A Tender Modernist Fairy Tale by Japanese Artist Akiko Miyakoshi
The Tea Party in the Woods: A Tender Modernist Fairy Tale by Japanese Artist Akiko Miyakoshi

A gentle taunt at the line between what is real and what is imagined.

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