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With Snacking Cakes, Brownies, Blondies, and More

From Sarah Kieffer, the beloved baker behind 100 Cookies, 100 Morning Treats, and the popular Vanilla Bean Blog, here are 100 recipes for the most craveable p.m. pick-me-ups.

Sarah Kieffer’s pan-banging cookie technique became a viral sensation, leading to her bestselling debut cookbook, 100 Cookies. In 2023, her 100 Morning Treats was named a Best Cookbook of the Year by Epicurious, along with landing on a slew of Best Cookbook lists from Bon Appetit, Forbes, and more. Now, it’s time for a new volume dedicated to the joy of afternoon indulgence!

From one-bowl snacking cakes to bigger baking projects, here are 100 afternoon treats to help you push past the midday slump, including:

Pecan Espresso Bars

Roasted Strawberry Cream Pie

Kitchen Sink Crispy Treats

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cake

Straight-Up Yellow Snacking Cake

Giant Pop Tart

Fig Scones

And much more!

Filled with more than 120 inspiring photographs, including how-tos for doughs, shaping, and flavor variations, 100 Afternoon Sweets is the third must-have in the trilogy of Kieffer's 100-themed baking books. These sweets are perfect for wherever the afternoon takes you: at the office deep in emails, hungry kiddos coming home after school, or simply a restful Sunday spent lazing on the couch.

Sarah Kieffer is the author of Baking for the Holidays, 100 Cookies, 100 Morning Treats, and The Vanilla Bean Baking Book, the blogger behind The Vanilla Bean Blog, and a contributor to major food publications. Her recipe for bangthe-pan cookies went viral after she introduced it in the New York Times (it’s delicious and ingenious!). She takes all her own photographs for the blog and shoots photographs for other cookbooks, including Bread in 5. She lives in Minnesota.


$27.50 • £21.99

Hardcover • 9 x 7½ in • 304 Pages ribbon page marker, full-color photography throughout, unjacketed Cooking / Baking

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024

Caroline Manzo is best known as the levelheaded voice of reason on Bravo TV’s hit series The Real Housewives of New Jersey and her family spin-off Manzo’d with Children. Caroline’s motherly aura and strong moral compass have made her a favorite among the Bravo TV audience. Born in Brooklyn, raised in Queens, and Jersey to her core, Caroline is the epitome of a strong Italian American matriarch: feisty, hilarious, full of love, and always ready with a stocked fridge. Married to her husband, Albert, for almost forty years, she is the mother of three children—Albie, Lauren, and Christopher—and a loving grandmother to her granddaughter, Markie.


More than 100 Italian American Recipes from My Family to Yours

Beloved Bravo TV food personality Caroline Manzo invites you to come over, pull up a chair, and fill your belly with recipes inspired by her delicious family meals, done the New Jersey way.

From her star turn on the hit series The Real Housewives of New Jersey to her family spin-off Manzo’d with Children, Caroline Manzo has long been a fan favorite. Here, for the very first time, Caroline shares her kitchen secrets in an abundant cookbook filled with over 100 recipes, including:

Ready-in-a-snap breakfasts like Baking Dish Frittata and Crab Cake Benedict

Lazy summertime lunches like her tried-and-true Down the Shore Smothered Corn Cobs

Warm and cozy meal staples like Roasted Red Peppers and Italian Wedding Soup

Late-night munchies such as Homemade Truffle Popcorn and Adult Root Beer Floats

Italian American classics done Caroline’s way, like her famous Taylor Ham (not to be confused with pork roll) & Cheese Sandwich, Slow-Braised Braciole, Deep Dark Chocolate Pudding Cake, and, of course, Sunday Gravy 9781797225258

$29.95 • £21.99

Hardcover • 10 x 7¼ in • 256 Pages full-color photography throughout, unjacketed Cooking / Italian-American Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

Clarice Lam is an award-winning pastry chef based in New York City. In addition to working stints at Bouchon Bakery, Spice Market, and The Chocolate Room, she opened The Baking Bean in Brooklyn in 2012. She was the opening pastry chef at Kimika, an Italian-Japanese restaurant named a James Beard semifinalist for Best New Restaurant in 2022. Her writing has been widely featured in outlets from the New York Times to People, Condé Nast Traveler, and South China Morning Post. Her television credits include appearances on Sweet Genius, Food.Curated., Beat Bobby Flay: Revenge, and Best Baker in America, where she finished as a semifinalist. Lam is currently a judge on TheDr. Seuss Baking Challenge.

BREAKING BAO 88 Bakes and Snacks from Asia and Beyond

From acclaimed pastry chef Clarice Lam: a visually sumptuous pan-Asian baking book exploring an umami-rich array of baked goods, confections, and savory snacks.

Breaking Bao is a culinary journey bridging gaps between Asian flavors and global techniques. It is a collection of recipes rooted in renowned chef Clarice Lim’s personal journey of selfdiscovery and the transformative power of embracing one’s heritage.

Here are 88 approachable recipes that are firmly rooted in classical French technique but travel far and wide. Dive into three chapters, exploring:

Bao: the fundamentals of baked, steamed, fried, or laminated buns and breads, from golden curry-filled donuts to Rice Dumplings filled with Hong Kong Bolognese to Vietnamese Cinnamon-Raisin Babka. Cakes & Desserts: classics treated with a twist, such as Mango-Yakult Tres Leches Cake, Ovaltine Mochi Marjolaine, and Pandan-Lime Meringue Pie.

Snax: savory and sweet treats, from Cantonese-Style Fig and Marzipan Mooncakes to Gochujang-Furikake Caramel Popcorn to Ramen Cheese Itz.

Featuring more than 100 stunning photographs by prominent food, lifestyle, and travel photographer Evan Sung, Breaking Bao is a visual feast as well as a go-to cookbook.


$40.00 • £30.00

Hardcover • 8 x 11 in • 248 Pages textured cover, full-color photography throughout Cooking / Asian Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024

Kelsey Barnard Clark is a Southern chef, TV personality, hostess extraordinaire, and the author of Southern Grit She’s trained in some of the best Michelin kitchens and continues to hone her craft, competing against the best chefs in the world on Food Network and beyond. Kelsey was the winner and Fan Favorite of Top Chef’s season 16. She runs a catering business and eatery, KBC, in Alabama, where she lives with her husband and two children.


A Guide to Hosting Unforgettable Gatherings— Plus Entertaining Inspiration, Tips, and 100+ Recipes

Southern Grit author, Top Chef winner, TV personality, and queen of Southern hospitality Kelsey Barnard Clark presents more than 100 irresistible recipes perfect for a crowd, plus all the expert wisdom and inspiration you need to host exceptional gatherings.

Call some friends, arrange some flowers, and whip up a quick bite. Let’s get the party started, y’all!

Chef Kelsey Barnard Clark catered her first wedding at age fifteen and has been hosting events ever since. In these pages, Kelsey distills her hard-earned party-planning wisdom into practical advice for newbie and experienced hosts alike: “I’ve made all the mistakes already, lived to tell the tale, and want to give you the benefit of my experience so you can stop worrying and start celebrating. This is a self-help book for throwing the damn party.”

With more than 100 crowd-pleasing recipes, this book has everything you need to do just that, demonstrating how easy it can be to host anything from a casual stop-by, low country boil, or BYO burger night to a bridal shower brunch, formal French dinner, or hunting season feast. No matter the event, Kelsey’s wide-ranging and accessible recipes make entertaining a joy, never a chore.


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 10 x 7¼ in • 288 Pages 100 full-color photographs, jacketed Cooking / American South Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

Sonja and Alex Overhiser are the photographer and writer behind the award-winning food blog A Couple Cooks, the winner of the IACP Best Individual Blog award. They are authors of Pretty Simple Cooking, named a best vegetarian cookbook by Epicurious and Food & Wine, and “Voraciously: Plant Powered,” a series with the Washington Post. Sonja is cofounder of the Food + Wellness Equity Collective and Indy Women in Food. They live with their family in Indianapolis, Indiana.


100 Recipes to Cook Together

Sonja and Alex Overhiser of the popular food blog A Couple Cooks share their lifehacks for a strong partnership. Their top secret? Cooking together.

Whether it’s a weeknight dinner with the kids or a homespun candlelit date night, somebody has to get dinner on the table. And what if doing that nightly task was something you could do in tandem with someone you feel close to, making the work more pleasurable and spending quality time together? Enter A Couple Cooks, your guide to making this dream a reality.

With over 100 recipes for all occasions, from everyday dinners and large gatherings to intimate dinners for two, this book is designed to make dinner planning and prep a stress-free and enjoyable experience. With designated roles for each partner, each recipe is crafted to be made lovingly by two:

Having friends over for a weekend dinner? Have your sous chef put out a Charred Corn Guac and Black Bean Hummus Snacking Platter while you're prepping the Smoky Spinach and Artichoke Lasagna. Craving a sweet pick-me-up at the end of a long week? Prep the dry ingredients while your partner preps the wet ingredients, and chow down on hard-earned Brown Butter Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies together.


$40.00 • £30.00

Hardcover • 11 x 7½ in • 336 Pages textured cover, full-color throughout Cooking

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


88 Iconic Vegan Recipes from Dim Sum to Late-Night Snacks

A visual and sumptuous ode to Hong Kong that reimagines 88 classic and iconic dishes as colorful and beautiful plant-based meals.

A common Chinese greeting is 食咗飯未呀? “Have you eaten (rice) yet?” which is how Christine Wong’s paternal grandmother would welcome her home during her childhood in Hong Kong. Food was the language of love, with birthdays and special events always celebrated with family meals, from nine-course banquet-style restaurant feasts to simple homecooked dinners. After leaving Hong Kong and adopting a vegan lifestyle for health and sustainability reasons, Christine yearned to recreate the flavors and textures of her family’s food at home without animal by-products.

The Vibrant Hong Kong Table celebrates many of Hong Kong’s most iconic dishes with a vegan twist. Organized by a day of eating through the city and paying homage to its culinary heritage, these fresh, bright, vegetable-based recipes include:

Breakfast and Dim Sum 點心: Sampan Congee, Lotus

Leaf Rice, “Egg” Tarts

Cha Chaan Teng 茶餐廳 and Lunchbox Favorites: Baked Tempeh Chop Rice, Black-Pink Pepper

Cabbage Steak, Jackfruit Brisket Noodles

Family-Style Dinners, from Festival Foods to Dai Pai

Dongs 大牌檔: “Fish Fragrant” Eggplant, Sweet & Sour Cauliflower, Snow Skin Mooncakes

Siu Yeh 宵夜 (Late-Night Snacks) and Sweets: Curry “Fishballs,” Three Treasures, Hong Kong Sweet Buns

Christine Wong is a cook and certified health coach with a focus on environmental sustainability. Her Instagram community at @conscious_cooking has followed her plantbased, plastic-free, cultural journey for more than six years. She hosts workshops that celebrate the joy of preparing dishes with a focus on fresh ingredients and mindfulness toward sustainable choices. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.


$32.50 • £25.00

Hardcover • 7¼ x 10 in • 288 Pages full color photographs throughout Cooking / Chinese / Vegan Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


Korean American Recipes for Delicious, Shareable Sides

Banchan, the shared side dishes that accompany a Korean meal, are often the real stars of the table, and it's time we celebrate them. This first-of-its-kind cookbook showcases the wide world of banchan, from traditional staples to modern Korean American renditions, with 60 recipes from the kitchen of chef Caroline Choe.

Highlighting this underrepresented aspect of Korean cuisine, Banchan offers 60 mouthwatering recipes for classic and modern banchan dishes so home cooks everywhere can get in on the deliciousness. From namul (fresh vegetables) to buchimgae (pancakes), these tasty sides are proof that big flavor can be found in small bites:

Smoky Gochujang Chicken Salad rounds out a delightful midweek lunch.

Perfectly tender-on-the-inside, crisp-on-the-outside Hobakjeon (Zucchini Pancakes) are what dreams are made of.

Pa Muchim (Shaved Green Onion Salad) is a must-have with a Korean barbecue meal or an unexpected pizza topping.

And, of course, a favorite: Kimchi! Use Mom and Dad’s Kimchi, a favorite recipe passed down through Caroline’s family, to make Kimchi Mac & Cheese or Creamy Kimchi Bacon Dip for a crowd-pleasing party dish.

Caroline Choe, the proud daughter of Korean American immigrants, is a chef, artist, teacher, and writer based in New York City. She is also the founder of Create & Plate, a business devoted to creating community through arts and food education.

Hardcover • 9¼ x 7¼ in • 208 Pages full-color photographs throughout, unjacketed Cooking / Korean Rights: World On Sale: October 2024

• £21.99

Michele Song is a pastry chef and food photographer who lives in sunny San Diego. She graduated from the pastry arts program at San Francisco Cooking School and externed on the pastry team at the highly acclaimed Manresa Bread. Find Song’s recipes and more inspiration on her blog, Studio Baked

CHOCOLATE LOVER A Baking Book—Decadent Treats

An irresistible collection of 60 recipes in a special package with metallic silver paper (just like a chocolate bar) and luscious photos of every bake, including cookies, brownies, cakes, tarts, sweet breads, pastries, and more, all featuring white, milk, semisweet, or dark chocolate.

Melty pools of chocolate in a warm chocolate chip cookie. A decadent, perfectly fudgy brownie. An oh-so-nostalgic yellow birthday cake with whorls of chocolate buttercream.

If your mouth is watering, join the club—and rejoice! Because this cookbook is here to satiate your every chocolate craving. These recipes run the gamut from easy 15-minute pleasures to impressive kitchen projects that double and triple down on chocolatey goodness:

Weeknight treats like Peanut Pretzel Toffee Bark, Cocoa Tahini Marble Cookies, and Chewy Mochi Brownies

Giftable sweets such as Chocolate Pumpkin Babka and Orange Olive Oil Chocolate Cake

Morning indulgences from Lemon-Blueberry White Chocolate Muffins to Chocolate Frangipane Croissants

Special occasion bakes, including Strawberry White Chocolate Chantilly Cake, Coffee Caramel and Nutella Tart, and a stunning Neapolitan Icebox Cake

With guidance on melting chocolate, making ganache, caramelizing white chocolate, and so much more, Chocolate Lover is an indispensable baking book for chocolate enthusiasts everywhere, sure to become cocoa-smudged and frosting-stained from years of love and use.


$27.95 • £21.99

Hardcover • 7¼ x 9¼ in • 240 Pages silver metallic on cover, unjacketed Cooking / Baking / Chocolate Rights: World On Sale: September 2024

Ximena Vengoechea is a user researcher, writer, and illustrator whose work on personal and professional development has been published in Inc., the Washington Post, Newsweek, and Insider, among others. She is the author of Rest Easy and Listen Like You Mean It, and she writes a newsletter about personal growth and human behavior. She lives in New York City. To learn more about her work, visit and follow her at @xsvengoechea.


A Step-by-Step Guide to Discovering Your Goals and Building the Life You Want

A life-changing and empowering guide to discovering your personal and professional passions, goals, and dreams so you can create a life full of joy and purpose.

Welcome to the Life Audit, an exercise in self-reflection that helps you clear the cobwebs of noisy, external goals and distractions, and revisit or uncover the real themes and core values that drive and inspire you. Think of it as spring-cleaning for the soul.

For anyone looking to find fulfillment in every aspect of life—love, friendship, career, finances, and beyond—this encouraging handbook offers the tools to prioritize your goals and turn personal insights into action to create a beautiful, meaningful future. In this step-by-step guide, made irresistibly and uniquely engaging by insightful and entertaining illustrations throughout, you’ll learn how to use design thinking and creative exercises to:

Identify the core values and key themes hidden within your goals.

Overcome the internal judgments and outside expectations that stifle your growth.

Find the people, skills, and resources you need to nourish your dreams.

Design a practical, personal action plan you can follow with confidence and clarity.

9781797229515 $19.95 • £14.99 Hardcover • 8 x 6 in • 184 Pages full-color throughout, unjacketed Self-Help / Personal Growth Rights: World English On Sale: October 2024


Discover Wonder, Beauty, and Creativity through Slow Living

An inviting guide to reclaiming your time and discovering the wondrous pleasures of slow living.

What beautiful possibilities await us when we slow down?

For author and Slow Stories podcast host Rachel Schwartzmann, slowing down has changed her story in ways she could have never imagined. In this poignant and timely collection, she invites us to step away from the turmoil of daily life and awaken to the pleasures of living and creating with intention.

Her captivating essays reveal how slowing down positively affects our minds, relationships, and work, and contributions from a wide range of luminous voices in art, food, design, and beyond—including Sophia Roe, Leah Thomas, and Jezz Chung —explore the magic that emerges when we intentionally shift our relationship to time and productivity culture. Throughout, readers will also find simple-to-follow guided practices for creativity, journaling, and introspection to help them discover their true rhythm and moments of wonder.

Page after page, Slowing is a balm for the stresses of modern life and a rousing call to experience the beauty and joy of slow living.

Rachel Schwartzmann is a writer based in New York. She also writes and hosts Slow Stories—a project that explores living, working, and creating more intentionally in our digital age. Schwartzmann been featured in esteemed outlets, including Vogue and Condé Nast Traveler. Her essays and interviews have appeared in BOMB Magazine, Coveteur, Literary Hub, WePresent, and elsewhere. Slowing is her first book.


$22.95 • £17.99

Hardcover • 8 x 6 in • 256 Pages ribbon page marker, unjacketed Self-Help / Creativity Rights: World On Sale: September 2024

Dr. Mao Shing Ni is a celebrated 38th-generation doctor of Chinese medicine and the bestselling author of Secrets of Longevity. Dr. Mao’s mission is to help everyone unlock their innate potential to live long, live strong, and be happy. He is a co-founder of the Tao of Wellness, the multi-award-winning center for acupuncture and integrative medicine in Southern California, where he maintains a full-time practice. This favorite wellness destination of many Los Angeles celebrities has been in practice for over 25 years. Dr. Mao is also a co-founder and professor at Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has won awards and accolades, been written about in publications including the New York Times and Los Angeles Times, appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, the Today Show, The Doctors, and Katie with Katie Couric, among others, and he conducts holistic wellness workshops globally. Learn more at


Hundreds of Ways to Live to Be 100—The Bestselling Guide, Revised and Expanded

From bestselling author and world-renowned longevity expert Dr. Mao Shing Ni, this must-have guide offers hundreds of simple practices for aging well so you can live a long, healthy, joyful life.

In this new and expanded edition of his beloved bestseller, Dr. Mao Shing Ni reveals all the secrets to aging well in today’s world —without diets, drugs, or procedures. Marrying the latest in contemporary science with powerful wisdom from traditional Chinese medicine, he presents hundreds of practices for longevity, including more than fifty new tips tailored to modern life, including:

Mindfulness practices proven to relieve stress and burnout

Natural remedies designed to boost immunity and prevent infection

Simple exercises to improve agility, flexibility, and strength

Foods that support brain and heart health

Practical ways to mitigate the health effects of climate change

Techniques to keep memory sharp and prevent cognitive decline


$24.95 • £18.99

Paperback • 8 x 6 in • 408 Pages flaps, ribbon page marker, foil-stamped cover

Self-Help / Aging

Rights: World

On Sale: November 2024

Andrea Kasprzak grew up in the forests of West Michigan, where she cultivated a passion for the moon and fantastical storytelling. Kasprzak worked in lifestyle journalism for many years before returning to her first love: writing books about love and magic. She is the author of Imagination Transforms Everything and Experiments in Dreaming. She lives in Michigan. Visit her at


Inspired Ideas for a Year of Little Luxuries

Light up your life with 52 practical ideas for romanticizing everyday moments.

Between the pulls of work, family, friends, and the unrelenting speed at which our world churns, it can be hard to find pockets of joy. Romance the Every Day aims to make the far-morefrequent ordinary moments of our lives a bit sweeter with 52 thoughtful and accessible ideas—one for every week of the year.

Ranging from the simple and sublime topic of “Cake” to the adventuresome pull of “Road Trips,” and illustrated with charming watercolor artwork throughout, this guide is full of small and easy-to-implement tweaks that can transform a daily routine into something magical. Inside, you’ll find inspiration such as:

Arranging fresh bedside flowers or leaving a chocolate on your pillow for a delicious surprise to come home to after work.

Lighting a candle and putting on a favorite playlist to accompany you while tackling a daunting sink full of dishes.

Settling in at a bistro table to pretend you’re in Paris with a baguette and coffee.

Writing yourself a love note on the bathroom mirror. Setting off on a long drive with a cinematic playlist. . . . and so much more!


$16.95 • £12.99

Hardcover • 5 x 7 in • 120 Pages

full-color illustrations throughout, Spot UV & textured cover, rounded corners, satin page marker

Family & Relationships / Love & Romance

Rights: World

On Sale: January 2025


A Guide for Igniting Your Creative Practice

Tarot isn't just for divination-it's also a great way to connect to your creativity. Discover how tarot can help you stay inspired and make your best work with this practical guidebook.

For modern mystics of any level-from the seasoned cartomancer to the total novice-Tarot for Creativity offers a fresh take on the rich tradition of the tarot. For each of the 78 cards, tarot reader and life coach Chelsey Pippin Mizzi provides an accessible explanation of how the symbols and archetypes relate to creativity, four prompts to encourage creative experimentation and self-discovery, and a tarot spread to help you integrate the card's message into your work. These thoughtful entries are accompanied by vibrant contemporary artwork from the Modern Way Tarot Deck, created by J. Bindels and illustrated by Neil Fernando. Whether you're a writer, artist, engineer, chef, or influencer, this book offers down-to-earth advice for honing your voice, overcoming blocks, and cultivating your creative magic.

Chelsey Pippin Mizzi lives in Avignon, France. Through her creative consultancy, Pip Cards Tarot, she combines tarot and art therapy techniques to help writers, musicians, artists, poets, small business owners, and academics meet their creative goals.


$24.95 • £18.99

Paperback • 9¼ x 7¼ in • 288 Pages

PB with flaps, full-color illustrations throughout Body, Mind & Spirit / Tarot Rights: World On Sale: October 2024


Taunt Your Rivals and Vanquish Your Enemies through the Language of Flowers

Flowers for when you love them . . . not.

The ultimate guide to finding new and fragrant ways to channel your frustrations and fuel your revenge fantasies with some common (and not-so-common) vengeful plants, as well as suggested bouquets to blight your nemeses.

Is there anything more savage than an archly composed bouquet? The Victorians didn’t think so, which is why their flower symbols weren’t just endearing—they were also cheeky, rude, and downright hostile. This illustrated floriography will help you choose the perfect Floral Estrangement for your situation, such as:

The “Maybe You Shouldn't Have Given Me Your Phone Password” (Yellow Chrysanthemum, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Basil, Yellow Rose, Tansy)

The “Still Thinking about the $1K I Spent to Be a Bridesmaid at Your Destination Wedding” (BlackEyed Susan, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Delphinium, Orange Lily)

The “His Mommy Issues Are Now Your Problem” (Withered White Rose, Pine, Delphinium)

With incredible, subtly hostile illustrations of flowers throughout, this is a sumptuous, decadent, guilty pleasure of a gift or self-purchase. As a modern bard says, “Don’t get sad, get even.”

Rebecca Fishbein is a freelance writer and the author of Good Things Happen to People You Hate. You can find her writing in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Vulture, Jezebel, and The Cut, among others. She lives in Brooklyn with her houseplants.


$24.95 • £18.99

Hardcover • 7¼ x 9¼ in • 200 Pages full-color images throughout Humor / Flower Arranging Rights: World On Sale: January 2025

Casey Gilly is a comics writer, horror fan, and mother to a small goblin. The first two prepared her for the third. She resides in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes comics including Buffy the Last Vampire Slayer, My Little Pony, Archie Horror, and Dungeons and Dragons: Ravenloft, as well as tarot decks and more. She was, is, and always will be Extremely. Embarrassingly. Goth.

Robin Robinson is the author-illustrator of a book about goblins (No One Returns from the Enchanted Forest) and a book about books (This Book Is My Best Friend) and has always been drawn to stories about making friends with the monsters. Also haunting the Pacific Northwest, Robin tries to live every day like it's Halloween.


The Dark Joys of Raising Baby Bats

From the cradle bars to pre-preteen goo goo mucks, Goth Parenting is an illustrated humor book with heart for families who do things a little differently.

Your local mall goths and graveyard lurkers experience the same milestones of parenthood as anyone else. Goths just do it with a little extra style and more Edgar Allan Poe references.

Goth Parenting takes you from a baby bat’s very earliest days through age seven, illustrating parents’ memorable moments, challenges, and rewards along the way. Like figuring out how to child-proof your tomb sweet tomb, what to feed a toddler to make sure they live deliciously, and how to cope if your little monster doesn’t wish every day was Halloween.

Whether your gashlycrumb tiny is a ball of darkness like you or a little ray of sunshine, there’s something here for every alternative parent. Because being a goth parent is about more than just Victorian accessories and black clothing—it’s about acceptance, love, and always being yourself. And also black clothing.


$14.95 • £10.99

Hardcover • 5¾ x 7¾ in • 96 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, foil cover, unjacketed

Humor / Parenting

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


From the author of the hit humor book Men to Avoid in Art and Life comes this tongue-in-cheek collection of cats' innermost thoughts.

Cat people love their cats deeply . . . maybe a little too deeply. Cats, on the other hand, secretly hate our haircuts but tolerate our presence because we have the thumbs to open the food can. Against the backdrop of fine art, bestselling author Nicole Tersigni delves into the minds of our feline companions and the people who serve them.

Broken into five sections representing all kinds of cat people, including the Smotherer, the Oversharer, the Pushover, the Proud Parent, and the Roommate, this hilariously insightful cat humor book says the things our loved ones can’t—that Mewlius Caesar would enjoy us more if we gave them some space. And a better name.

Nicole Tersigni is a comedic writer experienced in improv comedy and women's advocacy. She lives in Metro Detroit with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.

Hardcover • 5¾ x 5¾ in • 96 Pages full-color images throughout, unjacketed Humor / Cat Rights: World On Sale: September 2024

9781797230702 $14.95 • £10.99


This stunning volume of the Disney Art of series is an exclusive look behind the scenes of Walt Disney Animation Studio's original feature film, Moana 2

Journey from Motunui across the vast ocean with Moana and her crew in this installment of the beloved Art of Disney series that tells the story behind the art and making of Moana 2. Here is a stunning art book that highlights the beautiful development art and paintings from the film's creation-including character designs, storyboards, color scripts, and much more-and features exclusive interviews from the creative team along with behind-the-scenes details.

Copyright © 2024 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.

$42.50 US • £30.00 UK HC • 9781452155364

The Art of Encanto

$42.50 US • £30.00 UK HC • 9781797200866

The Art of Frozen 2

$40.00 US • £25.00 UK HC • 9781452169491

$45.00 US • £35.00 UK

• 9781797222196

and the Last Dragon

$42.50 US • £30.00 UK

• 9781797202976

US • £25.00 UK

• 9781452122236


$45.00 • £35.00

Hardcover • 11.3 x 9.4 in • 160 Pages

full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed

Performing Arts / Animation

Rights: World English

On Sale: November 2024

The Art of Moana The Art of Wish
The Art of Raya
The Art of Zootopia $40.00

Luke Pyenson is a food and travel journalist whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Saveur, and other publications. He was the longtime drummer of the critically acclaimed indie rock band Frankie Cosmos and founding drummer of cult DIY band Krill. He holds an MA in the Anthropology of Travel, Tourism, and Pilgrimage from SOAS, University of London, and lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Lauren.

Alex Bleeker is the bassist and co-founder of beloved indie rock band Real Estate and ascendant jam band Taper’s Choice. During his decade-and-a-half career as a musician, he has released more than ten full-length albums and toured extensively on five continents. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Bennington College and lives in coastal California with his partner, Leanne.


Eating on Tour with Indie Musicians

n this unique and deeply thoughtful collection, musician Alex Bleeker (Real Estate) and food and travel journalist Luke Pyenson (formerly of Frankie Cosmos) take readers on tour with a diverse lineup of inspiring indie musicians from around the world, sharing meals and travel experiences, peeking behind the curtain at this singular and singularly misunderstood way of life.

Through original essays and engaging conversations with dozens of indie musicians representing several subgenres, scenes, and eras, food takes center stage in stories about being on tour and eating on tour and how this basic human necessity can create a sense of community and interconnectedness in one of the most mobile industries in the world. Based broadly on the subject of eating on tour, these entries each spin off into their own focused and exciting behind-the-scenes story, but all confirm what Pyenson and Bleeker suspected all along—food looms large in the lives of touring musicians, and it can be used as a gateway into understanding what going on tour is really like.

In addition to wide-angle meditations about eating on tour, Pyenson and Bleeker have gathered stories that take place on five continents, in private homes and street-side stalls, in temples of fine dining and in actual temples, backstage and in the van, early morning and late at night. Stories that deal with the best parts of touring: meaningful cultural exchange, hospitality-induced euphoria, and the opportunity to build relationships around the world.



Hardcover • 6¾ x 9 in • 240 Pages full-color images throughout, jacketed Music / Essays / Food

Rights: XUKCE

On Sale: September 2024

Tim Leong is the award-winning author of Super Graphic: A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe and Star Wars Super Graphic. He is the former creative director at Entertainment Weekly magazine and has also worked for Marvel Comics. He grew up reading X-Men and lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two West Coast Avengers.


A Visual Guide to the Marvel Comics Universe

Marvel Super Graphic is a delightfully entertaining and fresh look at the Marvel comics universe through the mighty metrics of colorful infographics.

How many stomach-soothing tablets would Galactus need if he ate the Earth? Clobber versus smash: Who won each fight between the Thing and the Hulk? How worthy is each individual who has hefted Thor’s hammer? Which Marvel heroes play musical instruments? What’s on the Kingpin’s mind?

Author and designer Tim Leong has creatively visualized dozens of deep dive data points and witty “I wonder” subjects ranging from character speed rankings to the length Mister Fantastic can stretch before it hurts to the overlapping stories of the Spider-Verse. Through playful and informative pie charts, bar graphs, Venn diagrams, scatter plots, timelines, story arc guides, and more, Marvel Super Graphic shines a fun and fascinating new light on beloved comics, characters, and Marvel history.


$22.95 • £17.99

Paperback • 9¼ x 7¼ in • 176 Pages full-color images throughout Comics / Superheroes / Infographics

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

© 2024 MARVEL

Amy Ratcliffe is the author of Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy, The Jedi Mind, Marvel StudiosThe Marvel Cinematic Universe An Official Timeline, and other Marvel and Star Wars books. She’s also a pop culture panel host, the editor-in-chief for Nerdist, and an entertainment reporter published at, IGN, and more. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband, cats, and the many birds that visit their backyard. She loves to eat a sandwich in nature.

Jason Loo is the co-creator of the Eisner Award–winning series Afterlift, with Chip Zdarsky, and the creator behind Toronto’s pretty decent super hero The Pitiful Human-Lizard. He has also worked on a variety of Marvel comic series involving Marvel pets, chronicled the misadventures of Multiple Man and Strong Guy in X-Men Unlimited, introduced some new heroes in The Sentry, and dabbled in both the Spider-Verse and Venomverse. He resides in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Practice Mindfulness the Mighty Marvel Way

“Be in the now.”—Hawkeye

An illustrated, accessible guide to mindfulness that explores lifeimproving lessons we can learn from Marvel comics characters as they face tests of perseverance, focus, community, and strength beyond just the physical.

Life is full of choices. Like the Hulk, we can smash or choose not to. We can practice flexibility like Mister Fantastic, trust our team like Rocket Racoon, problem-solve like Shuri, and develop awareness like Doctor Strange. Grounded in character and story events drawn from the comics, this inspirational collection pairs Marvel heroes with helpful real-life advice and mindfulness guidance in a light and accessible way.

Each entry presents a character spotlight with a way of appreciating their example, a related practice that readers can put into action, and a playful illustration by acclaimed comics artist Jason Loo. Featuring Hawkeye (deep focus), Groot (being who you are), Spider-Man (the gift and obligation of responsibility), Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Captain America, Shang-Chi, and dozens more, Hulk Not Smash makes it easy and fun for fans to incorporate these lessons into their lives.


$14.95 • £10.99

Hardcover • 6½ x 6½ in • 80 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, unjacketed Comics / Superheroes / Mindfulness

Rights: World English

On Sale: October 2024

© 2024 MARVEL

Kelsie Hayes is the founder of POPUPFLORIST, a creative floral design company based in New York City. She leads a diverse team of florists that creates on-trend bouquets and floral installments for people and brands. She has collaborated with brands such as Gucci, Prada, Nordstrom, Instagram, and Netflix, and her work has been featured in the New York Times, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Domino, and more.


Notes from Real People and the Bouquets

They Inspired

Why do people send flowers, and what secret meanings do they hold? This entertaining and addictive little photo-rich volume holds the answers.

Since opening NYC-based flower shop POPUPFLORIST, owner Kelsie Hayes has collected the most memorable notes customers have written to accompany an arrangement. These messages range from congratulatory to endearing, hilarious, condoling, sexy, apologetic, and even mysterious, and they offer a peek into the private lives of everyday people. This petite gift book collects 52 of these anonymous notecards, each paired with a flower arrangement inspired by the sender's words and designed with POPUPFLORIST's signature flair, including:

A structural trio of anthurium stems, which represent lust, paired with a sexy invitation.

A pair of bud vases for a family who just found out they're having twins: "Two little babes instead of one, double the joy and double the fun!"

A joyful bouquet of Gerber daisies alongside a congratulatory message for a friend who just got a nose job.

A bunch of mauve dahlias accompanied by an enigmatic apology note: “After the past 4 years, I won’t give up now. I do, and will always, love you. If you want to see me, I will be waiting at Radio City Music Hall, sitting in our seats for Billy Joel. I hope that I’m lucky enough to see you there.”

• 7 x 5 in • 136 Pages textured cover, unjacketed Crafts & Hobbies / Flower Arranging Rights: World On Sale: September 2024

9781797228709 $16.95 • £12.99 Hardcover

Alison Hotchkiss is the founder of Alison Events, a globally recognized luxury event production and design company that creates unforgettable celebrations and travel experiences in local and far-flung spots worldwide. Since 2003, she and her team have produced over five hundred events in over seventy-five cities on four continents. Alison Events has been recognized as one of the best wedding planners by Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Martha Stewart Weddings, and Goop. When she’s not working, she’s surfing, snowboarding, and hiking in Marin County, California, where she lives with her daughter, Vivienne.

Norman + Blake is an LA-based photography duo composed of Shannen Norman and Emily Blake. Specializing in destination weddings across the globe, their work has taken them from iconic cities like Paris and New York to remote islands off the coast of Japan to quaint New England villages. Always seeking beauty and authenticity, their photography aims to capture the fleeting emotion of a moment in time.


Designing Unforgettable Weddings and Luxurious Celebrations

Filled with inspiration for your next party, this stunning lookbook combines beautiful imagery of celebrations around the world with practical advice for designing your own unforgettable events.

Travel from the coast of Japan to the beaches of Mexico, from New York City to the Utah desert, and discover how a professional planner designs exquisite celebrations inspired by the world’s most stunning destinations. In these pages, Alison Hotchkiss—named best wedding planner by Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Goop, and widely recognized in the event industry as a creative luminary reveals the process of choosing the color palette, flowers, paper goods, textiles, menus, music, and other travel-inspired details to create memorable parties with a sense of place.

Helpful tips and how-tos for designing bespoke weddings and events are woven throughout, such as:

Making a mood board

Constructing a floral chandelier

Choosing your first dance song

Dealing with inclement weather

Crafting a sweet send-off gift


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 11 x 8 in • 304 Pages

textured cover, tip-on photo, unjacketed

Entertaining / Weddings

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024


A Guide to Dyes and Pigments Made from Fungi

Discover the chromatic wonders of the fungi kingdom and the incredible spectrum of pigments and dyes that can be created from mushrooms.

More closely related to humans than they are to plants, fungi are fascinating organisms—and they are a rich resource for color collectors! Blending scientific detail, botanical illustrations, and creative inspiration, artist and educator Julie Beeler invites you to peek into her workroom as she introduces different types of dye mushrooms—from boletes to polypores to tooth fungi—and walks you through her color-harvesting process. Offering insightful tips on foraging and color distillation and a rainbow of color samples, Beeler peppers in down-to-earth advice on artistic experimentation and fascinating stories about the historical and personal connections between humans and nature, offering a fresh perspective on the magical world of mushrooms.


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 7¾ x 10 in • 224 Pages full-color photographs and illustrations throughout Crafts & Hobbies / Nature Crafts Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

Julie Beeler is a designer, artist, and educator with a deep love and curiosity for the natural world. She lives at the base of a volcano in Trout Lake, Washington, where she forages for mushrooms and runs her fresh-cut color flower farm, Bloom & Dye.

Yuli Gates is a multidisciplinary artist with experience in photography, illustrations, relief printing, embroidery, graphic design, and more. She is based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, in the UK.


A Modern Host’s Guide to Classic Fun for Everyone BY CHRONICLE BOOKS AND NED WOLFE

Bring a piece of history into your game night with this collection of fun and playable Victorian-era party games.

Victorian Parlour Games is a beautifully designed and compact hardcover volume full of the classic, often silly, games played in the late 19th century. The Victorians loved fun and played hundreds and hundreds of party games. This endlessly delightful party games book collects some of the very best for your reference and pleasure.

The irresistible combination of recognizable favorites and unexpected amusements includes:

Charades Taboo Twenty Questions Laughing Game Fictionary Blindman’s Bluff Forfeits

The Minister’s Cat Pass the Slipper Are you there, Moriarty? Elephant’s Foot Umbrella Stand Throwing the Smile and many more!

Each entry provides the original name of the game, any alternate names, the rules, and a brief history, complete with fun facts, notable connections (i.e., mentioned in a Charles Dickens novel, named after a Rudyard Kipling book, inspired by Sherlock Holmes, etc.), and what we call it today if the name has changed. Illustrations sprinkled throughout add to the fun and historical appeal of this unique game book, perfect for gifting or collecting.

Ned Wolfe is a queer author and artist whose subjects are heroes, health, and history. He lives in Cambridge, MA surrounded by books, plants, and projects in various stages of completion. Ned swore an oath to protect the Bodleian Library, and he takes that very seriously.


$14.95 • £10.99

Hardcover • 6 x 4½ in • 208 Pages full-color throughout, rounded spine, unjacketed Games & Activities / Reference Rights: World On Sale: October 2024


New Paintings for an Old Diary

“Feels like reading a love story that doesn't quite know it's a love story yet, and a success story that doesn't know it’s made it.”

—Emma Straub, New York Times–bestselling author of This Time Tomorrow

Award-winning, beloved children's book author and illustrator Carson Ellis makes a stunning adult debut with an illustrated memoir that evocatively captures a specific cultural moment of the early 2000s and in her journey as an artist.

In January 2001, the young artist Carson Ellis moved into a warehouse in Portland, Oregon, with a group of fellow artists. For the first week she lived there, she kept a detailed diary full of dry observations, mordant wit, hijinks with friends (including her future husband, Decemberists frontman Colin Meloy), and turn-of-the-millennium cultural touchstones. Now, Ellis has richly illustrated this two-decade-old journal with extraordinary new paintings in the signature style that has made her an award-winning picture book author today.

This beautiful volume offers a snapshot of a bygone era, a meticulous re-creation of quotidian frustrations and small, meaningful moments, and a meditation on what it means both to start your journey as an artist and to look back at that beginning many years later.

Carson Ellis is the author and illustrator of bestselling picture books Home and Du Iz Tak? (a Caldecott Honor book) and the illustrator of a number of books for children, including The Mysterious Benedict Society series by Trenton Lee Stewart, The Composer Is Dead by Lemony Snicket, and the Wildwood Chronicles by her husband, Colin Meloy. She does work for The New Yorker, the New York Times, and other publications. Ellis lives on a farm in Oregon.


$22.95 • £17.99

Hardcover • 9 x 7½ in • 80 Pages foil-stamped cover, full-color throughout Biography / Art Rights: World On Sale: September 2024

Edward Gorey, known for his unsettling pen-and-ink drawings with a Victorian flair, wrote and illustrated such books as The Gashlycrumb Tinies, The Evil Garden, and The Haunted Tea-Cosy, and animated sequences of his work have introduced the PBS series Mystery! since 1980. He was also a devoted dramatist. His work on the 1977 Broadway revival of Dracula won him a Tony Award for Best Costume Design and a nomination for Best Scenic Design, and he spent the last thirteen years of his life writing and staging community theater in Cape Cod.

Carol Verburg is an editor and writer, and the author of the Edgar Rowdey Cape Cod mystery novels. She lives in San Francisco.


Rare Drawings, Scripts, and Stories

The definitive, deluxe art book about Edward Gorey's theater work—from the iconic and Tony Award-winning Broadway production of Dracula to the wildly creative productions to which he devoted the last decade of his life.

Edward Gorey (1925-2000) was a prodigious and original artist who published more than one hundred beloved works, including The Gashlycrumb Tinies, The Doubtful Guest, and Amphigorey, and illustrations that appeared regularly in such publications as The New Yorker and The New York Times and books by authors ranging from Charles Dickens and T.S. Eliot to John Updike and Virginia Woolf, among many others. His animated credits for the PBS Mystery! series introduced him to millions of television viewers. In addition to his intricate pen-and-ink drawings and darkly humorous storybooks, Gorey also nurtured a lifelong passion for the performing arts. This volume is the first to showcase his extensive theatrical work, including his transition from designing major productions to crafting original community theater pieces on Cape Cod.

Written by his friend and collaborator Carol Verburg, this deluxe hardcover edition is filled with annotated scripts, behind-thescenes anecdotes, and over 200 images, including archival photos and previously unpublished artwork.


$50.00 • £40.00

Hardcover • 11 x 9 in • 256 Pages full-color and black-and-white illustrations and photographs throughout, velvet spine, unjacketed

Art / Individual Artists / Monographs

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024


Photographs from the Archives of NASA

Discover the remarkable NASA spacecraft that have captured our imaginations for decades.

The rockets, rovers, satellites, and space stations that have charted courses into space are depicted in beautiful color images and paired with engaging annotations. Complete with a preface by Bill Nye, this collection perfectly captures the wonder and science of space exploration. From the earliest Saturn and Gemini missions through the modern-day Artemis and HALO ships, these extraordinary spacecraft will fascinate anyone intrigued by science, history, and the mysteries of the beyond.

NASA (the National Aeronautics and Space Administration), established in 1958, is the United States agency of scientific research, technological development, and exploration in space. Its vision since its inception has been "to reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind." Responsible not only for landing the first men on the moon in 1969, NASA’s technological research has led to the development of the first weather and communications satellites, over 130 flights within 30 years of space shuttle missions, the landing of rovers on the Mars surface, as well as the establishment with 16 other nations of an International Space Station in 2000. Since the retirement of the space shuttle missions in 2011, NASA has continued its scientific research with several aims, most notably to land humans on Mars and to launch the Next Generation Air Transportation System by 2025, a program to design aircraft that are more fuel efficient and environmentally responsible.


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 11 x 9 in • 160 Pages foil-stamped cover, silver gilded edges, full-color photographs throughout, unjacketed Science / Space

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024

Nirmala Nataraj is a San Francisco Bay Area–based writer with a background in science writing and a focus on photography.

Bill Nye is a science educator, engineer, inventor, and performer best known as Bill Nye the Science Guy. He lives in Los Angeles

Vanessa Dina is a design director and author of The Art of the Bar Cart Book Nooks is an extension of her love for all things books and design. When she is not designing books or artdirecting creative talent, she’s cooking up a storm, decorating, or finding new ways to store books in her charming San Francisco apartment.

Claire Gilhuly is an editor of cookbooks and lifestyle books. When she is not editing books or discovering new author talent, you can find her baking in her Mill Valley kitchen, hiking up or skiing down mountains, or curled up with a good novel.

Antonis Achilleos is an award-winning photographer specializing in food, still life, and lifestyle photography. He has been a regular contributor to many magazines, including Southern Living, Food & Wine, Cooking Light, and Real Simple His work has also appeared in countless cookbooks, many published by Chronicle Books: Southern Grit, Snoop Dogg’s From Crook to Cook, and The Art of the Bar Cart.


$26.95 • £19.99

Hardcover • 9 x 7½ in • 144 Pages gold foil spine, full-color photos throughout, unjacketed

House & Home / Bibliophiles Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


Inspired Ideas for Cozy Reading Corners and Stylish Book Displays

Home is where the books are. This inspiring home decor book is brimming with photos of cozy places to read and creative ways to display books at home.

For stylish bookworms and bookish stylists, this covetable home décor book merges the literary appeal of Jane Mount’s bestselling Bibliophile with the aspirational allure of Emily Henderson’s bestselling Styled. Discover beautiful bookshelves adorned with lovely objets d’art, handsome home libraries with snug armchairs, reading areas for kids that ignite the imagination, and cookbook corners in quaint kitchens—and learn to replicate these in your own space.

From bedside tables to bar carts, leather-bound collections to color-coded shelves, here are book nooks and styling techniques for every room and aesthetic. Reading lists from Gillian Flynn, Jasmine Guillory, Alex Elle, Joanna Goddard, Nik Sharma, and more offer plenty of recommendations for stocking your shelves (and your TBR list).


The Illustrated Edition


Stephen Fry’s beloved retelling of the Greek myths, now presented in a deluxe edition with stunning original illustrations.

Rediscover the thrills, grandeur, and unabashed fun of these timeless tales, from the majestic heights of Mount Olympus to the eerie depths of the Underworld and from Eros and Psyche’s against-all-odds romance to Prometheus’s gift of fire to mankind. Fry draws out the humor and pathos in each story and reveals its deep resonance with our own lives without losing any of its original wonder. Featuring vibrant artwork throughout, this collectible volume comes complete with a textured cover and dyed page edges. Explore the captivating world of monsters and gods, of magic and mayhem, with a brilliant storyteller as your guide.



Hardcover • 8 x 10½ in • 512 Pages full-color artwork throughout, paper graining, dyed page edge, ribbon marker, unjacketed

Fiction / Mythology

Rights: XUKCE

On Sale: September 2024

Stephen Fry is an award-winning comedian, actor, presenter, and director. He rose to fame alongside Hugh Laurie in A Bit of Fry and Laurie (which he co-wrote with Laurie) and Jeeves and Wooster, and he was unforgettable as General Melchett in Blackadder. He hosted over 180 episodes of QI and has narrated all seven of the Harry Potter novels for the audiobook recordings. He is the bestselling author of the Mythos series, as well as four novels—Revenge, Making History, The Hippopotamus, and The Liar.

Jesús Sotés is an artist based in Spain. He has illustrated books, articles, and ad campaigns for clients such as Laurence King Publishing, and Penguin Random House.

Ricardo Diseño is the artist behind the Classic Horror Oracle. An Austin, Texas-based illustrator and poster designer, he has done work for the New Yorker, the Criterion Collection, the New York Times, Refinery29, Illustoria, Spoke Art, Chronicle Books, and many others.

Steve Mockus is a San Francisco-based editor and author of the Classic Horror Oracle, Cthulhu: The Ancient One Tribute Box, Mr. Spock Logic & Prosperity Box, How to Speak Zombie, A Pocket Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, and Stick Man’s Really Bad Day


An Illustrated Exploration of Creepy Creatures, the Paranormal, and Folklore from around the World BY

A fascinating and frightening collection of folk tale monsters, ghosts, and other scary things that dwell in the dark.

Our world is a strange place. This hauntingly illustrated book peers into the dark spaces that lie somewhere between belief and imagination, and into the weird stories we tell to make sense of where and who we are. Here are tales of vengeful ghosts, bloodthirsty monsters, internet-conjured nightmares, lost souls, cryptid curiosities, demons, aliens, the undead, and the inexplicable, including:

Enfield Poltergeist

Jersey Devil Mothman


El Silbón

Betty and Barney Hill Abduction

Headless Horseman

Skunk Ape



Isla de las Muñecas

And many more...

Acclaimed artist Ricardo Diseño brings a lifelong fascination with eerie folklore to electrify the artwork depicting each spooky subject, accompanied by evocative descriptions and history and a flash-fiction story.


Hardcover • 10 x 8 in • 144 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, debossed cover w/ glow in the dark ink, unjacketed Folklore & Mythology / Paranormal Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

$29.95 • £21.99

Dr. Seema Yasminis an Emmy Award–winning journalist, professor, and physician. Known as a disease detective for her work tracking the spread of disinformation and pathogens, she is pleased to have assisted Dr. N in some of her djinn-related research and to have helped bring this book to publication. You can contact her at

Fahmida Azim is a Pulitzer Prize and Golden Kite–winning illustrator. Her work spans a wide range, including editorial illustration, graphic journalism, and illustrated children’s books. Her experience in depicting both real and unreal stories made her uniquely qualified to assist Dr. N in bringing to life her research on the world of djinn. She’s currently based in Seattle, Washington. You can find more at


An Illuminated Compendium of Spirits and Stories from the Muslim World

An intriguing and spine-tingling guide to the world of djinn.

Lurking in the corner of your living room, perhaps reading this sentence over your shoulder right now, is an often invisible creature that is everywhere and nowhere. Djinn are the cool breezes in warm rooms, the materializations of your deepest desires, the monsters waiting beneath your bed. They have appeared in the stories of Muslim communities across time and throughout the world, but this is the first comprehensive illustrated guide to these beguiling creatures.

Emmy Award–winning journalist Seema Yasmin and Pulitzer Prize-winning illustrator Fahmida Azim invite readers into the world of djinn, whether they are practicing Muslims steeped in the stories from childhood or are simply curious about Islamic culture and international folklore. Cultural and religious context, poetic reflections, and a collection of spooky tales are all nestled within a compelling narrative about the mysterious Dr. N, a contemporary scientist discovering the djinn realm. This book shines a light on a long-overlooked yet dazzlingly rich subject.


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 7¼ x 10 in • 248 Pages

full-color illustrations throughout, foil-stamped cover, dyed edges, unjacketed

Fiction / Mythology

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

Octavia E. Butler (1947–2006) was a renowned African American author of several award-winning novels, including Parable of the Sower, which was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year in 1993, and Parable of the Talents, winner of the Nebula Award for the best science fiction novel in 1995. She received a MacArthur Genius Grant and PEN West Lifetime Achievement Award for her body of work and was acclaimed for her lean prose, strong protagonists, and social observations in stories that range from the distant past to the far future.


An Essay

The wise words of science fiction icon Octavia E. Butler live on in this beautiful and giftable little volume.

“There’s no single answer that will solve all our future problems. There’s no magic bullet. Instead there are thousands of answers—at least. You can be one of them if you choose to be.”

Originally published in Essence magazine in the year 2000, Octavia E. Butler’s essay “A Few Rules for Predicting the Future” offers an honest look into the inspiration behind her science fiction novels and the importance of studying history and taking responsibility for our actions if we are to move forward.

Organized into four main rules, this short essay reminds readers to learn from the past, respect the law of consequences, be aware of their perspectives, and count on the surprises. Citing the warning signs of fascism, the illusive effects of fear and wishful thinking, and the unpredictable nature of what is yet to come, Butler shares realistic but hopeful suggestions to shape our future into something good. An inspiring and motivational gift for students and recent graduates, fans of Butler's work, and anyone seeking a brighter day tomorrow, this exquisite gift book includes stunning Afrofuturist artwork by Manzel Bowman alongside the full text of the original essay.


$14.95 • £10.99

Hardcover • 5¼ x 7½ in • 56 Pages full-color illustrations, unjacketed Essays / Motivational & Inspirational Rights: XUKC

On Sale: June 2024


The Complete Novel, Featuring the Characters' Letters and Mementos, Written and Folded by Hand

The must-have volume for Anne of Green Gables fans: This special edition invites readers inside the beloved story with gorgeous replicas of the characters' letters and mementos.

Anne of Green Gables has been treasured by generations of dreamers and free spirits. For those who love to indulge in flights of fancy, Anne’s world offers escape and inspiration. Now, your imagination can take tangible form with this deluxe edition of L. M. Montgomery’s classic novel, the latest volume in the swoon-worthy Handwritten Classics series curated by Barbara Heller.

Throughout these pages, you will find pockets containing replicas of thirteen items from the story recreated with charming handwriting and loving attention to historical detail. Discover the notes passed between Anne and her bosom friend Diana in the Avonlea schoolhouse; the official program of the Debating Club, where Gilbert Blythe memorably recited “Bingen on the Rhine”; and of course, Marilla’s recipes for both raspberry cordial and currant wine. Each piece of ephemera transports you to idyllic Prince Edward Island.

Pride and Prejudice

$40.00 US • £30.00 UK 9781452184579

Little Women

$40.00 US • £30.00 UK 9781797208916


$40.00 • £30.00


$40.00 US • £30.00 UK 9781797216850

Hardcover • 7½ x 9 in • 220 Pages 13 letters/paper ephemera in glassine envelopes, foil-stamped cover, shrink-wrapped, unjacketed

Fiction / Classics

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024


Luxurious Rituals to Ignite Your Senses and Rejuvenate Your Soul

A luxurious, visually rich guide to filling each day with radical pleasure, with illuminating wisdom on wellness, food, décor, nature, and more, from world-famous lifestyle brand Flamingo Estate. Perched high above Los Angeles and nestled within a lush orchard and verdant gardens, sits Flamingo Estate, a pleasurefilled enclave of nature worship, folk mythologies, and powerful healing remedies. At Flamingo, Mother Earth is the ultimate luxury and pleasure is a human right. In this enchanting guide, Flamingo Estate's visionary founder Richard Christiansen invites you to immerse yourself in the alluring magic of the estate. Presenting fifteen pleasure principles inspired by nature's wisdom, Christiansen reveals how a deep relationship with earthly delights offers a life of transcendent pleasure and beauty.


$50.00 • £40.00

Hardcover • 8.5 x 11.75 in • 528 Pages

300+ full-color photographs, 88-page insert, ribbon marker, foil and debossing, unjacketed Body, Mind & Spirit

Rights: World

On Sale: December 2024

Featuring contributions from luminaries in food, activism, wellness, and the arts, including: Jane Fonda, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Jane Goodall, Alice Waters, Martha Stewart, David de Rothschild, Elise Loehnen, Erica Chidi, Ellen Degeneres, Terry Tempest, Williams Dr. Nigma Talib, and more

Richard Christiansen is the founder of Flamingo Estate - a home and garden brand that makes luxury wellness products and champions botanical wellness through engaging with Mother Nature. Prior to founding Flamingo Estate, Richard Christiansen ran his own creative agency, Chandelier Creative, for 20 years where he worked with some the world's most iconic fashion and commercial retail brands.

Traer Scott is an award-winning photographer and author of fourteen books, including Shelter Dogs and Finding Home, specializing in animal photography, the human/animal bond, and conservation-themed fine art photography. Scott’s work has been exhibited around the world and appeared in National Geographic, Time, Vogue, Le Monde, Life, Der Stern, The New York Times Lens blog, and dozens of other national and international publications. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.


Portraits and Stories

The perfect gift for cat lovers everywhere, Rescue Cats will delight and inspire with its collection of full-color, close-up portraits of cats and their stories of adoption, from the award-winning author of Finding Home and Forever Home.

Celebrated animal photographer Traer Scott invites readers on a heartwarming journey into the lives of courageous rescue cats and kittens, captured in evocative images and remarkable stories. In these pages, you’ll meet:

Forrest, a majestic Maine Coon who was born with an impairment and found on the street as a twelve-weekold stray. After finding the perfect home, he now goes kayaking and camping with his family.

Linus, once a severely malnourished kitten weighing less than one ounce and given no chance of survival. After months of careful foster care, he grew to be a healthy and beloved pet.

A litter of kittens, shown week by week, revealing how quickly they grow and change.

And twenty more rescue cats whose inspiring stories of survival and resilience offer an irresistible celebration of compassion and second chances.

Beautifully illustrated and engagingly written, Rescue Cats pays tribute to these amazing felines who have undergone remarkable transformations and found their forever homes while conveying the profound impact of rescue and adoption. For cat lovers, photography enthusiasts, and advocates for animal welfare, this joyful cat book is a poignant reminder that every rescue is a chapter in a larger story of compassion and redemption.


$16.95 • £12.99

Hardcover • 6 x 8 in • 120 Pages

50 full-color photographs

Pets / Cats

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

Husband and wife design duo Cortney and Robert Novogratz have designed and developed many unique properties over the years, from New York City to Los Angeles and beyond. They have authored four books, partnered with many celebrities and well-known retailers, such as Wayfair, Amazon, and CB2, and opened their own furniture store while raising seven children and running their design business. They've been profiled in the New York Times, The Times of London, Sunday Styles, Casa Vogue Italy, Architectural Digest, Emirates Home, Interni, Oprah, Family Circle, T Magazine, Elle, Living, Etc., Apartment Therapy, The Spruce, Men’s Health, House Beautiful, and The Hollywood Reporter. They currently live in New York City.


Lessons Learned from Twenty-Five Years of Buying and Renovating Houses

Husband and wife design duo Robert and Cortney Novogratz share their trade secrets and personal stories from over twenty-five years of buying, selling, and fixing up homes.

Robert and Cortney Novogratz, stars of HGTV’s Home by Novogratz and Bravo’s 9 by Design, have transformed fabulous properties across the U.S. and around the world, including Hotel Dylan (Woodstock, NY), the Bungalow Hotel (Long Branch, NJ), and Timber Cove (Sonoma, CA), to name a few. They've also partnered with many celebrities and top retailers and had their work profiled in major national media outlets, from The New York Times to Architectural Digest, all while raising their family of seven children. They not only know how to run a successful and innovative design business but also how to balance work, family, and fun.

The Novogratz Chronicles is their most intimate and personal book to date, taking readers on their journey from their first house renovation project in Chelsea in the 1990s to their latest home in Greenwich Village and projects in Los Angeles, Brazil, and the Berkshires. Eleven chapters explore and share their path to success, from thinking outside the box when financing, to building the right renovation team, interspersed with personal anecdotes and stories from their hands-on experiences.


$28.95 • £21.99

Hardcover • 6 x 9 in • 272 Pages

Trim 7 x 9

House & Home / Remodeling & Renovation

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024


Inspiration and activities for enjoying and making the most of the wonders of winter.

For grownups and kids alike, 50 Things to Do in the Snow is the perfect illustrated guide to enjoying all that winter has to offer. Organized in sections on Snow Play, Snow Craft, Winter Wisdom, Winter Survival, and Snow Fires, this activity book will show you how to:

Make a snow maze

Create a winter bird feeder

Identify winter trees

Make snowshoes

Build a fire in the snow

And much more

Sized just right for a coat pocket or backpack for on-the-go cold weather adventures, and packed with safety tips, equipment, and recommended cold-weather clothing, 50 Things to Do in the Snow has everything you need to get started as a true snow explorer. A wonderful gift or self-purchase for families with kids of all ages, anyone seeking ways to mindfully connect with nature in winter, and fans of other titles in the popular Explore More series, including 50 Things to Do with a Penknife and 50 Things to See in the Sky.

Author Richard Skrein can be found in the woods and on the coastlines of Europe and beyond and is an experienced professional with an enduring passion for outdoor education. A Londoner with a wandering spirit, he loves nothing more than to learn new (and ancient) ways of connecting with the natural world.

Maria Nilsson is a freelance illustrator based in London. Her illustrations are heavily influenced by the natural world, exploring various tactile qualities of color, pattern, and texture.



Hardcover • 5¼ x 7¼ in • 144 Pages two-color illustrations throughout, unjacketed Sports & Recreation / Outdoor Skills

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On Sale: October 2024


(Updated Edition)

An awe-inspiring collection of Bryan Nash Gill's large-scale relief prints from cross sections of previously felled trees.

If there is, indeed, nothing lovelier than a tree, Connecticutbased artist Bryan Nash Gill (1961–2013) showed us why. Creating prints from cross sections of trees, Gill revealed the sublime power locked inside their arboreal rings, patterns not only of great beauty but also a year-by-year record of the life and times of the fallen or damaged logs. The artist rescued the wood from the property surrounding his studio and neighboring land, extracted and prepared blocks of various species—including ash, maple, oak, spruce, and willow—and then printed them by carefully following and pressing the contours of the rings until the intricate designs transferred from tree to paper.

Bryan Nash Gill (1961-2013) was born, lived, and worked in Connecticut. He received his BFA from Tulane University with a focus on glassblowing and an MFA from the California College of Art. His work can be found in both private and public collections, and he exhibited regularly in galleries across the United States. He was profiled in Martha Stewart Living and T: TheNew York Times Style Magazine.

These exquisitely detailed prints are collected and published in this updated edition, which now includes a new introduction by Bill McKibben. Also featured are Gill's series of printed lumber and offcuts, such as burls, branches, knots, and scrubs, and an interview with the artist describing his labor-intensive printmaking process. Woodcut will appeal to anybody who appreciates the grandeur and mystery of trees, as well as those who work with wood and marvel at the rich history embedded in its growth.

An exquisite coffee table book in a soothing neutral color palette that invites hours of contemplation.


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 8 x 9 in • 128 Pages textured cover, full color photography throughout, unjacketed Photography / Nature Rights: World On Sale: October 2024


Where the Black Designers Are

Celebrated designer, writer, activist, and educator Cheryl D. Holmes-Miller's memoir of a life in advocacy and her journey to answer the question "Where are the Black designers?"

Cheryl D. Holmes-Miller is one of the design field's most respected figures. She is legendary for her decades of scholarship and activism and is known as a touchstone and conscience for the design profession. This long-awaited book documents the history of the question she has been asking for decades: “Where are the Black designers?” along with related questions that are urgent to the design profession: Where did they originate? Where have they been? Why haven't they been represented in design histories and canons?

Holmes-Miller traces her development as a designer and leader, beginning with her own family and its rich multiethnic history. She narrates her experiences as a design student at Rhode Island School of Design, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Pratt, leading up to her oft-cited Pratt thesis examining barriers to success for Black designers.

Cheryl D. Holmes-Miller is the leading voice for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the graphic design industry. Holmes-Miller is an American BIPOC communications designer, writer, artist, activist, and theologian, best known as a design justice advocate and decolonizing historian. She lectures widely, and in 2023–24 was Professor of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Communication Design, ArtCenter College of Design; Distinguished Senior Lecturer in Design at the University of Texas at Austin School of Design and Creative Technologies; lecturer at Howard University; and adjunct at the University of Connecticut.


$27.50 • £21.99

Paperback • 6 x 9 in • 240 Pages 80 full-color images

Design / History & Criticism / Diversity

Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024


Amplifying Diverse Voices in Architecture

A broad range of diverse voices in architecture discuss issues of equity, access, and social justice embedded in and related to the built environment.

Margin and Text is a collection of essays, interviews, and personal stories, as well as historical and current writings and lectures, contributed by BIPOC and female practitioners and educators in architecture. Each piece offers reflections on architecture’s troubled past, commentary on its fluid present, and visions of possible futures, all set amid today’s context of broad social activism, divisive politics, and the devastating toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Edited by architecture educators Betsy West, Kelly CarlsonReddig, and José L.S. Gámez, Margin and Text draws together contributors who are widely diverse in gender, ethnicity, age, religion, culture, point of view, and the nature of their work. Each chapter features an introduction by one of the editors, followed by essays from names in the field.

Betsy Westis an Associate Professor in the David R. Ravin School of Architecture. She received her Master of Architecture degree from Yale University.

Kelly Carlson-Reddigis an Associate Professor in the David R. Ravin School of Architecture. She completed her Bachelor of Architecture at Texas Tech University in 1986 and her Master of Environmental Design at Yale University in 1992.

José L.S. Gámez is Dean of the College of Arts + Architecture at UNC Charlotte and longtime faculty member in the David R. Ravin School of Architecture.


$35.00 • £26.00

Hardcover • 6 x 9 in • 256 Pages 80 images

Architecture / Criticism Rights: World

On Sale: November 2024

Julian Rose regularly contributes articles to publications such as Aperture, Architectural Review, Artforum, Perspecta, and October. He was a Senior Editor at Artforum from 2012 to 2018 and is a cofounder of the design studio Formlessfinder, whose work was selected for inclusion in MoMA’s 2011 Young Architects Program, won the 2012 AIA NY New Practices Award, and was recognized with the 2020 Architecture League Prize. His design work has been exhibited internationally at venues including the Chicago Architecture Biennial


Sixteen Architects on How Museums Are Shaping the Future of Art, Architecture, and Public Space

An insider's look at art museums and how they shape the ways we view art, through the eyes of the architects who design them.

Architects and art lovers everywhere will enjoy this remarkable collection of interviews from sixteen of the world's most celebrated, thoughtful, and innovative architects who have designed many of the world’s greatest museums. Spanning generations, geographies, and methods of architectural practice, these architects share the complex and fascinating process of creating spaces for art. Building Culture includes interviews with:

Frank Gehry, who reveals how a half-century of dialogue with the visual arts influenced his revolutionary Guggenheim Bilbao.

Kulapat Yantrasast, who describes his rethinking of exhibition design and how it expands the presentation of work in venerable institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he is currently redesigning the galleries for the arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas.

Walter Hood, whose long interest in improvisational techniques in music informed his design for outdoor performance spaces in the Oakland Museum.

Elizabeth Diller, whose conception of the Shed in New York City's Hudson Yards was influenced by decades of work in conceptual and performance art.

Esteemed architects who have designed, renovated, or created galleries for MoMA, the New Museum, and the American Museum of Natural History in New York; the National Gallery and the Tate Modern in London; the Pérez Art Museum Miami; the CentrePompidou in Paris, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa in Japan; the Museum of West African Art (currently under construction) in Nigeria; and many others.

This lively compendium reveals intensely varied architectural philosophies from a diverse group of established and up-and-coming professionals.


$35.00 • £26.00

368 Pages • 9 x 6 in • Hardcover

80 b/w photos and illustrations, jacketed Architecture / Essays

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


Houses of Rowland+Broughton

In this luxurious and aspirational home design book, the founders of renowned Colorado firm Rowland+Broughton share a selection of their extraordinary residential projects, with Aspen and the Rocky Mountains as the dazzling backdrop.

Rowland+Broughton is known for shaping the town of Aspen with their visionary work in urban design and historic preservation. Here, founders John Rowland and Sarah Broughton showcase ten spectacular residences in Aspen and the Rocky Mountains created by their innovative and talented firm.

With beautiful photography throughout, Designing Aspen includes a range of houses, from Mountain Retreat, a modern lodge-style home located at the base of Aspen Highlands, to Meadow House, positioned at the edge of a meadow amid an existing forest of spruce and evergreens, and from Art Barn, a residence with the specific purpose of displaying art, to Bagua, a Zen mountain retreat. Also featured are essays about Aspen and its history and relevance; the importance of historic preservation; client relationships; and the philosophy of the firm; and a foreword by Tom Kundig.

Established in Aspen, Colorado, in 2003 by John Rowland and Sarah Broughton, Rowland+Broughton has earned a reputation as a critically thinking design firm with a body of extraordinarily creative, diverse design solutions. The firm’s design philosophy is built upon the belief that architecture, landscape, planning, interior design, and urban design are all interdependent.


$60.00 • £45.00

Hardcover • 12 x 9 in • 224 Pages full-color images throughout Architecture

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On Sale: October 2024

The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts was created by Julia Child in 1995. Its mission is to honor and further her legacy, which centers on the importance of understanding where food comes from, what makes for good food, and the value of cooking. Headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, the Foundation is a nonprofit that offers grants to support research in culinary history, scholarships for professional culinary training, and food writing and media; it also bestows the annual Julia Child Award.

The Smithsonian Institution has housed Julia Child’s kitchen almost continuously since 2002. It was donated by Julia in 2001 when she moved from Cambridge, Massachusetts, back to California. Smithsonian curators collected the entire contents of the kitchen and assembled everything in the museum exactly as Julia and her husband Paul had arranged it.



Elevate your note-taking experience with this Julia Child–inspired three-notebook set—a delightful fusion of elegance and culinary charm. Bon appétit!

Crafted for home and on-the-go use at 5" x 8.25", this exquisite notebook set seamlessly blends sophistication and practicality. Each volume—one red, one navy, and one turquoise—is an inviting canvas, offering 60 lined pages adorned with culinary illustrations. The inside front cover of each contains a beloved Julia Child quote, and a handy pocket at the back lets you keep essential notes, recipes, or mementos close at hand.

Tuck one into your bag for creative inspiration while traveling or grace your kitchen shelves with these beautifully designed companions. Whether jotting down recipes, culinary musings, or everyday thoughts or lists, these journals provide the perfect repository for creativity and memory-keeping.

Made to support the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts and the Smithsonian Institution, these notebooks celebrate the enduring legacy of a culinary icon. A delightful gift or gift add-on for any Julia Child fan (including yourself!) or devoted foodie friend, this set ensures you can capture your passion and inspiration in style.


$19.95 • £17.99

Journal • 5 x 8¼ in • 60 Pages 3 lined journals, textured covers with back pocket, bellyband, red butcher's twine Journals / Cooking Rights: World On Sale: August 2024


A Notebook for Visual Thinkers

"I've tasted the fine wine and I can't go back. It is the Princeton Architectural Press Grids & Guides Notebook, and it is not like Other Notebooks."—The Strategist, New York Magazine

The perfect notebook for creative thinkers: Much more than a standard graph paper notebook, Grids & Guides notebooks combine a variety of eight different grid paper patterns across 160 pages, so you can find the perfect starting place for creative thinking. Forget your grid dot notebook and see what ideas emerge with a coordinate map grid, an isometric grid, a point grid, and more, made for sketches, lists, data, and dreams.

Interspersed with infographics: Find inspiration in the cool infographics interspersed throughout the notebook. Unexpected and informative, the notebook includes eight pages of charts, infographics, tables, and other scientific resources covering a wide range of topics, from drawings of pioneering patents held by women to an overview of female empowerment symbols.

A sleek cloth-covered hardcover that's highly portable: The Grids and Guides Pink notebook is the perfect size to throw in your backpack for a day hike or to use as a lab notebook. The textured hardcover design is luxurious and sturdy.

Grids & GuidesBlack

$18.95 US • £16.99 UK 9781616892326

Grids & GuidesGray

$18.95 US • £16.99 UK 9781616895273

Grids & GuidesNavy

$45.00 US • £35.00 UK 9781616897321

Grids & GuidesRed

$18.95 US • £16.99 UK 9781616894221


$18.95 • £16.99

Journal • 5¾ x 8¼ in • 160 Pages

cloth hardcover, half jacket 144 gridded pages with 8 pages of infographics


Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024

Illustrator Noemi Vola was born in Northern Italy. She is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator of three previous children's books, including The Unforgettable Party and Bear with Me. She lives in Turin and Bologna. You can find her on Instagram at @volanoemi.

Author David Duff is a London-based advertising copywriter and creative. This is his first book.



Hardcover • 7¾ x 10¾ in • 44 Pages full-color illustartions throughout Juvenile Fiction / Friendship

Rights: US & CAN

Ages 4 to 7, Grades P to 2

On Sale: September 2024


A little rift in one of the most celebrated relationships in the universe is the starting point for a cosmic journey through the Solar System.

Maintaining healthy relationships is hard work. After 4.5 billions years together Moon has had enough of Earth. So she packs her things and sets off to see what the Solar System has to offer. On her heavenly tour from scorching Venus to giant Jupiter, Moon meets Mars and many other moons, plays with Saturn's rings, and avoids stinky Uranus and chilly Neptune. Somewhere at the edge of the cosmos, Moon realizes how much she misses spinning around her longtime friend, Earth, and discovers that there's no place like home. Sometimes what we're looking for is closer than we think.

A fun and practical review of the planets and their characteristics.

UNIVERSAL STORY, TOLD IN A FRESH WAY: An argument between two friends, and one storms off, very relatable! Except this time, the friends are the moon and planet Earth! Explores emotions like anger and the act of forgiveness in accessible ways.

COLORFUL, VIBRANT ILLUSTRATIONS: Noemi Vola's illustrations are truly one-of-a-kind and will grab the attention of children-and adults!-alike

INFORMATIVE FUN BACKMATTER: Two full spreads with facts about the moon and Earth.

Based in Lyon, France, Mariette Guigal has been making prints in her studio/shop for over thirty years. She plays with a variety of techniques, combining the use of printing presses from the 1960s with computer-based illustration methods to create dreamlike, childlike frescoes.


My Nature Sticker Activity Book

Embark on a fascinating educational journey through mountain ecosystems around the world to discover the surprising and colorful mammals, insects, amphibians, and more that inhabit them! Interactive activities and stickers bring the wild creatures of the mountains to life, making learning an adventure for young readers.

Did you know that wolves love to play, even as adults? That marmots whistle to warn of danger? That alpine ibexes have horns that can grow three feet long? Animals of the Mountains, the latest addition to the popular My Nature Sticker Book activity series, is bursting with engaging facts like these and much more. In these pages, readers will:

Learn fun facts about wild mountain dwellers, including lynxes, bears, salamanders, butterflies, and many more. Draw in the missing body of a gorilla or the brilliant feathers of a bird’s tail.

Decorate scenes with bright stickers, such as flowers for hummingbirds or a salmon for a brown bear to eat. Test their new knowledge with a short, fun quiz at the end.

Perfect for curious minds and the ultimate companion for nature enthusiasts, this treasury of facts, activities, stickers, and amazing animal secrets encourages a sense of wonder and lays the foundation for a lifelong appreciation of our planet's incredible diversity.


$9.99 • £6.99

Paperback • 11¾ x 8¾ in • 24 Pages

20 pages of art + full-color sticker pages, 32 activities, quiz

Juvenile Nonfiction / Activity Books

Rights: World English

Ages 5 to 8

On Sale: August 2024

Chronicle Prism was founded in 2018 to expand the range of content that Chronicle Books publishes. A Chronicle Prism book challenges perspective, nurtures understanding, and deepens the conversation and practice of our lives. Our select list of nonfiction is rooted in (but not limited to) the categories of health and wellness, self-help, creative business, science, spirituality, and social change.


Breaking the Rules and Becoming Everything You're Not Supposed to Be

What happens when you stop giving a f*ck about what your parents, partners, and society expect of you and ask yourself what you really want?

Salon’s inaugural sex and love advice columnist and author of the viral LinkedIn sex work post, Arielle Egozi, shares their journey as a queer, neurodivergent, child of immigrants who never quite fit into the social roles she was supposed to, instead choosing to embrace their multiple dimensions, and eventually discovering freedom—and true power—by being “bad” in a world that kept trying to force her to be “good.”

What if sex positivity wasn’t about having sex at all? What if you ditched relationship hierarchies and explored relationship anarchy? How can everyone get in touch with their inner domme? Using frameworks and philosophies cultivated from years of living, writing, speaking, and educating on sex, relationships, and identity through a queer and decolonizing lens, Egozi offers questions, practices, and tools to help you find your own power, and step into it—creating space for you to dream far beyond what your family, society, or capitalist culture expects. Being Bad offers you the permission to become who you are, however you choose to be.

Arielle Egozi (she/they) is a writer and creative director. Their work is centered on the destigmatization (and celebration) of all bodies, brains, and identities and has been featured globally across major publications like the Washington Post, Business Insider, and Vice. She shares a bed with her two perrhijos and partner.


$18.95 • £13.99

Paperback • 5½ x 8¼ in • 272 Pages jacketed paperback Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational Rights: World On Sale: September 2024


Oddities and Tales from the Esoteric to the Extreme

In this spellbinding and entertaining memoir, Regina and Ryan Cohn, founders of Oddities Flea Market, take us on a fascinating and specially curated tour of their most macabre and mysterious objects, art, and artifacts, sharing their incredible history and stories.

Enter at your own risk …

A taxidermied monkey named Mr. Peepers. A rare collection of anatomical wax figures for sale in Munich. A Tibetan Kapala skull decorated with bits of coral. Two Charlie McCarthy dolls that may (or may not) be haunted. The incredible memento mori collection of Richard Harris. An actual witch’s door. That’s all just for starters.

Welcome to a world of oddities curated by Regina and Ryan Cohn, trendsetters and tastemakers who have reinvented what the artifact collectors market looks like. Together, they are the founders of Oddities Flea Market, artfully curating a selection of the best artists and collectors at several events across the U.S. throughout the year, with an eye towards expanding globally.

Ryan Matthew Cohn is an artist, curator, rare art collector, and cofounder of the Oddities Flea Market. His artwork has been exhibited at the Museum of Arts and Design, Armour-Stiner Octagon House, Copro Gallery, Last Rites Gallery, Morbid Anatomy Museum, Roq La Rue Gallery, and more.

Regina M. Rossi is the cofounder and producer of the Oddities Flea Market, a traveling high-end art market. Under her leadership, the Oddities Flea Market expanded from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Manhattan, and beyond.



Hardcover • 6 x 9 in • 304 Pages b/w photographs throughout Biography / Art

Rights: XUKC

On Sale: October 2024


Nine life-changing lessons about stuff from someone who lost everything

Why do we buy and keep the things we do, and how can we live a less cluttered life? Journalist Helen Chandler-Wilde dives deep to explore, explain, and guide us on the path to liberation from the tyranny of “too much.”

On New Year's Eve of 2018, Helen Chandler-Wilde lost everything she owned in a storage unit fire in Croydon, England, where she'd stowed all her possessions after a big breakup. She was left devastated and forced to re-evaluate her relationship with owning material things.

In Lost & Found, she offers a profound mix of memoir, selfhelp, and journalism toexplore the psychological reasons, sociological quirks of human nature, and fascinating science behind why we buy and hold onto things. Helen interviews people from all walks of life, including behavioral psychologists on the science of nostalgia, a nun on what it's like to own almost nothing, and consumer psychologists on why we spend impulsively, to help us better understand why we're surrounded by clutter and what we can do to change it.

By the end of this smart-thinking book filled with lessons and engaging prompts to help us gain perspective on our buying habits and the value we place on what we already have, your relationship with your belongings will be changed forever. The perfect “new year, new you” read or gift for anyone who is downsizing, striving for a more sustainable lifestyle, or is eager to cultivate a minimalist mindset.

Helen Chandler-Wilde is a news and features journalist at Bloomberg. Previously, she worked at The Telegraph writing long-reads, analyses, and coverage of the human tales behind the headlines. She studied social sciences and Italian at UCL and holds an MA in journalism from City University. Helen lives in south London, and in her free time, she likes to read, cook, and rummage through charity shops.



Hardcover • 5½ x 8¼ in • 240 Pages Memoir / Social Science Rights: NAM On Sale: December 2024

Kay Barron is a fashion director living and working in London. Following her graduation from Central Saint Martins, she has written for Vogue, the Independent, Financial Times, Telegraph, Observer, and Acne Paper, as well as consulting for international fashion brands. Barron was appointed Fashion News Editor of Grazia in 2008, Fashion Features Director of Harper's Bazaar UK in 2012, and Fashion Features Director of NET-A-PORTER in 2013.

HOW TO WEAR EVERYTHING A No-Nonsense Guide to Dressing

At last-a fun, chic, no-nonsense guide to getting dressed.

What we wear matters. It matters because looking and therefore feeling like yourself is essential. Clothes can make the difference between a good day and a bad day. Clothes have the power to make your mood ten times worse or one hundred times better.

Clothes should give you confidence, and never make you doubt yourself.

Whether you already have a go-to look or feel overwhelmed by choice, How to Wear Everything covers where to start, what you need, and what you absolutely do not-whatever your age, body type, or budget. Highlights include:

Mastering timeless classics that you will want to wear forever

What to pack and (more importantly) not pack for travel

Shopping thrift and vintage like a pro

How to find the perfect jeans for your shape

A fun, no-nonsense guide with tips and tricks from the superstylish, including Oprah Winfrey, Sofia Richie Grainge, Sarah Jessica Parker, Monica Bellucci, Jodie Turner-Smith, Ruth E. Carter, Nicky Zimmermann and Law Roach, How to Wear Everything reveals the fashion industry's best-kept secret: getting dressed is not that hard.



Hardcover • 6¾ x 9½ in • 384 Pages Fashion & Style Rights: NAM On Sale: August 2024

Sheleana Aiyana is the founder of Rising Woman, a growing community of more than 3 million readers. Her training and immersion in couples facilitation, inherited family trauma, family systems, conscious relationship, somatic healing, and plant medicines inform her holistic approach to seeing relationship as a spiritual path. More than 30,000 women in 146 countries have taken her flagship program, Becoming the One. She lives with her husband, Ben, on the unceded territory of the


Heal Your Past, Transform Your Relationship Patterns, and Come Home to Yourself

Now in paperback: A transformative journey to heal lifelong relationship patterns and reclaim power over your life

Romantic relationships can bring the magic of intimacy and connection into our lives. But for many of us, that magic is fleeting—we find ourselves chasing unavailable love, forgoing our needs to prioritize others, or trying to heal our partners, all the while abandoning the one who needs us most: ourselves.

In Becoming the One, spiritual counselor and founder of Rising Woman Sheleana Aiyana offers a roadmap to transform your relationship patterns so you can begin to build a secure, loving relationship with yourself. You’ll learn to:

Challenge your core beliefs about love

Recognize red and green flags

Practice inner-circle healing

Set self-affirming boundaries

Show up authentically in your relationships

Reconnect with your body through somatic exercises

With wisdom gained from healing the traumas of her past and years of guiding thousands of women around the world in her internationally acclaimed Becoming the One program, Sheleana teaches you to embody the qualities and the love you’ve been seeking in others.

Paperback • 6 x 9 in • 304 Pages Self-Help / Personal Growth Rights: XUKC On Sale: December 2024

9781797232140 $18.95


Be Your Own Best Life Partner

A warm, witty, and affirming self-help guide to learning how to get to know and love yourself, becoming your own soulmate, and living a fulfilling life whether you partner or not, from the creator of NPR’s Life Kit.

Meghan Keane spent most of her adult life without being in a serious, long-term relationship, and for much of that time, being single wasn’t something she celebrated or particularly enjoyed. Sick of feeling anxious or sad when she received yet another wedding invitation without a plus one, she decided she was going to mindfully shift her perspective. Luckily, Meghan is the founder of NPR’s self-improvement brand, Life Kit, so she consulted the experts, and what she learned changed her mindset—and her life.

Party of One is the self-help book Meghan wished she’d had from the start—a deeply researched, encouraging guide to bridging the gap between knowing that being single is awesome and feeling and embodying it. Inside, you’ll find practical advice for strengthening your self-compassion and inner resilience, practices for stopping rumination cycles, scripts for dealing with nosy friends and relatives, thoughtful prompts to support you on your journey, and much more.

Meghan Keane is the founder and managing producer for NPR's Life Kit, a podcast and radio show that brings listeners advice and actionable information about personal finances, health, parenting, relationships, and more. Prior to founding Life Kit, Keane was a producer for NPR's awardwinning podcast Invisibilia and a founding producer of NPR's TED Radio Hour, one of NPR's top podcasts since its debut. She currently lives with her mini Dachshund, Margo, in Washington, D.C.

LA Johnson is an art director and comics journalist at NPR, as well as an illustrator, artist, and mom.



Hardcover • 5½ x 8¼ in • 256 Pages full-color illustrations throughout Self-Help / Personal Growth Rights: XUKC

On Sale: October 2024


Inside Hollywood’s Best Kept Fashion Secret

Palace Costume is a behind-the-scenes glimpse into Palace Costume & Prop Co., an exclusive Los Angeles film-industry haven of dresses, gowns, garments, accessories, props, and jewelry featured in countless movies for more than fifty years.

Envisioned and curated by owner Melody Barnett, Palace Costume is a 30,000-square-foot treasure trove of over half a million pieces and a beloved and legendary collection exclusively for costumers, stylists, and designers. Barnett's journey in retro clothing is movieworthy itself. Her first boutique in Los Angeles in the early 1970s attracted the likes of Diana Ross and Joni Mitchell and many other legends from the era. This inspired her to transition the business into a to-the-trade-only rental service enabling her to hold onto and care for these vintage gems. Since then, hundreds of classic films have featured clothing from Palace over the years, including Bonnie and Clyde, Chinatown, and The Godfather, to name just a few.

Mimi Haddon is a Los Angeles-based photographer, costume designer, and educator. Her clients include Rodarte, Tierra Whack, The Elder Statesman, L.A. Dance Project, M83, and The New Yorker. She has been documenting the Palace Costume collection for twenty years.


$29.95 • £21.99

Hardcover • 5¾ x 7¾ in • 320 Pages

300+ full-color photographs, ribbon page marker, metallic foil edges, unjacketed Design / Textile & Costume Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024

Hugh Holland is a Los Angeles–based photographer who rose to fame with now-classic 1970s images of skateboarders and their burgeoning subculture.

Shepard Fairey is an internationally acclaimed artist who emerged from the skateboarding scene in the late 1980s.

Nick Owchar is the founder of Impressive Content, an editing and content service.


California Skateboarding Archive 1975–1978

Explore the captivating world of 1970s California skateboarding through Hugh Holland's lens in Last Days of Summer. This complete archive, enriched with many never-before-seen images, an introduction by acclaimed artist Shepard Fairey, and extensive interviews, unveils the evolution of a legendary subculture and the photographer who documented it all.

From 1975 to 1978, Hugh Holland immortalized the burgeoning subculture of skateboarding in California, photographing young sidewalk surfers on the streets of Los Angeles, parts of the San Fernando Valley, Venice Beach, and as far away as San Francisco and Baja California. In four short years, he documented the rise of the sport before it became officially sanctioned and permanently changed by commercialization, brand sponsorships, and safety precautions like helmets and knee pads. In hindsight, this time period held a wild and free innocence that Holland captured beautifully.

His images, from suburban backyard haunts to the asphalt streets that connected them, still resonate as an important document of this time and place where legendary Dogtown and Z-Boys skateboarders were just beginning. With their requisite bleachblond hair, tanned bodies, tube socks, and Vans sneakers, these young outsiders are masterfully captured against a sometimes harsh but always sunny Southern California landscape.

9781797232317 $60.00 • £45.00 Hardcover • 12 x 9 in • 320 Pages 160 full-color photographs, textured cover w/ foil deboss, shrink-wrapped,
unjacketed Photography / Monographs Rights: World On Sale: September 2024


A Guide to Finding the Perfect Film Camera

The must-have guide for any camera collector, avid film photographer, or novice creative seeking advice on what camera to choose and how to get started purchasing and collecting.

Film Camera Zen is a carefully curated guidebook by Bellamy Hunt, the founder of Japan Camera Hunter and sought-after expert in all types of analog cameras and their histories. From European brands such as Leica and Hasselblad to Japanese makers Nikon, Canon, Pentax, and Minolta, Hunt provides all the technical knowledge needed to enable the best purchase, including:

Technical capabilities

Focus options

Compatible lenses


UK native Bellamy Hunt founded Japan Camera Hunter in Tokyo in 2011 as a one-stop shop for film photographers and camera lovers. JCH has become one of the leading online resources for film photography and new information about film cameras. Additionally, the company has expanded to include film manufacturing, photography product sales, apparel, repairs, and


$29.95 • £21.99

Hardcover • 7 x 9 in • 208 Pages 100+ full-color photographs, unjacketed


Rights: World

On Sale: November 2024

Addie Ant Goes on an Adventure 9781797228914 $18.99 • £13.99 Ballerina Project 9781452181813 $40.00 • £29.00 Camo 9781797230016 $40.00 • £30.00 Get Your Sh*t Together 9781797220024 $40.00 • £30.00 Icons 9781797201351 $24.95 • £18.99 India Mahdavi 9781797203232 $65.00 • £50.00 Jimi 9781797220017 $50.00 • £40.00 Livable Luxe 9781797224008 $45.00 • £35.00 Old School Photography 9781797209449 $19.95 • £14.99 Ralph Steadman 9781797203003 $60.00 • £45.00 Silver. Skate. Seventies. 9781452182056 $40.00 • £29.00 SPIKE 9781797203850 $50.00 • £40.00 Still Life 9781797222622 $29.95 • £21.99 Style Legends, Rebels, and Visionaries 9781797222639 $24.95 • £18.99
#22 9781797209432 Words to Live By 9781797201054 $16.95 • £12.99
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Sherri Duskey Rinker is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site; Steam Train, Dream Train; Mighty, Mighty Construction Site; Construction Site on Christmas Night; Three Cheers for Kid McGear!; Construction Site Mission: Demolition!; Road Crew, Coming Through!; Construction Site: Farming Strong, All Year Long!; and Construction Site: Taking Flight! Sherri lives near Chicago, Illinois.

AG Ford, a recipient of the NAACP Image Award, has illustrated many award-winning books for children, including the New York Times bestsellers Construction Site on Christmas Night; Three Cheers for Kid McGear!; Construction Site Mission: Demolition!; Road Crew, Coming Through!; Construction Site: Farming Strong, All Year Long!; and Construction Site: Taking Flight! He lives in Dallas, Texas.


The construction crew is back and ready to help renovate! In this latest picture book in the New York Times bestselling series, everyone’s favorite construction crew is teaming up on a new and exciting adventure: cleaning up a neighborhood that needs some love.

Since its debut more than a decade ago, Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site and the series of books it launched have become beloved favorites of kids and parents alike, with millions of copies sold. This popular, timeless nighttime story continues to delight families everywhere! In their new adventure, the crew is working together with new friends— garbage trucks, roll-off trucks, container delivery trucks, and more!—to help refurbish old homes, set up dumpsters and garbage cans, sort trash, recycling, compost, and transport the garbage away.

Sherri Duskey Rinker’s playful rhyming text and AG Ford’s vibrant illustrations make cleaning up fun from start to finish. Little construction fans will love watching trucks, both familiar


$18.99 • £13.99

Hardcover • 9½ x 10 in • 48 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Fiction / Cars & Trucks

Rights: World Ages 3 to 5

On Sale: September 2024


A Thanksgiving Lift-the-Flap Book

Reflect on the gift of gratitude with the Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site crew in this heartwarming seasonal board book —the perfect addition to any little reader’s holiday library!

Here comes a gratitude-themed board book featuring the construction characters kids know and love! Young readers can lift the flaps to reveal delightful details as the construction crew gathers pumpkins, sets a scarecrow straight, and prepares the barn for a grateful harvest—all while feeling thankful for each other.

Sherri Duskey Rinker, the New York Times bestselling author of the many popular Goodnight Construction Site books, teams with illustrator Helen Morgan to bring playful rhyming text and vibrant illustrations to another exciting tale of teamwork, sure to satisfy construction fans everywhere.

Sherri Duskey Rinker is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site; Steam Train, Dream Train; Mighty, Mighty Construction Site; Construction Site on Christmas Night; Three Cheers for Kid McGear!; Construction Site Mission: Demolition!; Road Crew, Coming Through!; Construction Site: Farming Strong, All Year Long!; Construction Site: Taking Flight, as well as the forthcoming Construction Site: Garbage Crew to the Rescue. Sherri lives near Chicago, Illinois.

Helen Morgan is a UK-based children’s illustrator who brings her often nostalgic images to life through watercolor, pen and ink, and a touch of digital magic. With a background in animation, design, and illustrating greeting cards, Helen likes to create endearing traditional characters that are fun with a touch of vintage.


$12.99 • £9.99

Board Book • 7¼ x 7¼ in • 16 Pages flaps, foil-stamped cover, full-color illustrations throughout Juvenile Fiction / Cars & Trucks

Rights: World

Ages 2 to 4

On Sale: September 2024

Mary Lyn Ray has written many acclaimed books for children, including Stars, Pumpkins, Mud, The Thank You Book, and Go to Sleep, Little Farm. She lives in South Danbury, New Hampshire, on an old farm where there are big rocks and pocket rocks, medium-sized and big, big rocks—all just right for saying hello to.

Felicita Sala is a self-taught illustrator. She studied philosophy and languages in Australia but then decided she wanted to create pictures. Since moving to Italy, she has worked on a few stop-motion animation projects along with her husband, Gianluca, but her passion lies in making picture books. She gets inspired by nature, children, mid-century illustration, folk art, and architecture. She lives in Rome with Gianluca and their daughter, Nina.


A marvelous exploration of the special relationship children find with the natural world and the fascination and friendship they find in special rocks, from poet Mary Lyn Ray and artist Felicita Sala.

Somewhere, a rock is waiting for you. One just the right color for your windowsill, or just the right shape for drawing a face.

Maybe it is a rock from the heart of a mountain that will remind you of how big YOU are inside, too. Maybe it is a rock washed by the sea that knows all about the backs and forths and ups and downs of things. Maybe it is a small rock, just the right size to close your hand around and know that the rock is with you and it is just right.

Through vibrant illustration and evocative text, When You Find the Right Rock carries readers along on a journey of discovery, from the mountains to the sea, that’s all about learning the beauty of being in the moment, connecting with nature, and the thrill of finding a precious keepsake to call your own.


$18.99 • £13.99

Hardcover • 12 x 9 in • 44 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Fiction / Science & Nature

Rights: World

Ages 3 to 5

On Sale: September 2024


How does an amphibian cross the road? With the help of the Amphibian Migration Team! Learn all about a citizen scientist who acts as a crossing guard for migrating amphibians and helps build them a tunnel to safety in this delightful nonfiction picture book!

From Kari Percival, Ezra Jack Keats Award-winning author of How to Say Hello to a Worm, comes an entertaining and informative children’s book perfect for curious, nature-loving young readers.

Every spring, frogs and salamanders must travel from wooded uplands where they were born to vernal pools where they will mate. Unfortunately, roads constructed through their habitats have made the journey dangerous for these slow-moving animals. Many never reach their destinations. But with the help of the Amphibian Migration Team, there is hope for a safe crossing!

Readers will learn so much about amphibians and their habitats and get a great introduction to civic participation, too. The citizen scientist at the heart of this story presents her proposal for a wildlife tunnel to her local City Council and coordinates with stakeholders in the process like a wildlife biologist, a herpetologist, a roadway engineer, a surveyor, the Conservation Commission, the Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Department of Transportation, contractors, and reporters. It’s a fascinating way to find out how local government works and how kids can actively create social change.

Kari Percival is an award-winning author, illustrator, and former science teacher. She has a Master’s degree in environmental science with a certification in science teaching from Antioch University New England, near where the Harris Center for Conservation Education leads one of the largest amphibian crossing programs. Her work often focuses on science inquiry, nature, and how children can get involved in community science. Her art style is rooted in the woodcuts she has been carving and printing for more than two decades.


$18.99 • £13.99

Hardcover • 9 x 11 in • 48 Pages

spot UV on cover, full color illustrations plus a PMS yellow 5th color throughout, jacketed

Juvenile Nonfiction / Activism & Social Justice

Rights: World

Ages 5 to 8

On Sale: January 2025

Kristen Fulton is a children's book author. She can always be found with a notebook in hand as she ventures through historical sites and museums. Most of the time she lives in Florida—but she can also be found traveling the country by RV.

Torben Kuhlmann is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator. Starting in kindergarten, he became known as "the draftsman." Flying machines and rich historical detail often adorn his work. He lives in Hamburg, Germany.


The Wetzel Family's Daring Escape from East Germany

Commemorate the 35th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with the inspiring true story of Peter’s harrowing escape from East Berlin to West Berlin via hot air balloon!

Peter was born on the east side of Germany, the side that wasn't free. He watches news programs rather than cartoons and wears scratchy uniforms instead of blue jeans. His family endures long lines and early curfews. But Peter knows it won't always be this way. Peter and his family have a secret. Late at night in their attic, they are piecing together a hot air balloon—and a plan. Can Peter and his family fly their way to freedom?

Now in paperback, Flight for Freedom is the true story of one child, Peter Wetzel, and his family, as they risk their lives for the hope of freedom in a daring escape from East Germany in 1979 via a handmade hot air balloon. This thrilling nonfiction picture book is perfect for fans of historical books for young readers like Let the Children March, The Wall:Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain, and Armstrong: The Adventurous Journey of a Mouse to the Moon.


$7.99 • £5.99

Paperback • 11 x 8 in • 56 Pages full-color illustrations throughout Juvenile Nonfiction / History

Rights: World

Ages 5 to 8

On Sale: October 2024


From the author of The Boring Book, a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book, comes a delightfully comical story about being a kid in an adult’s world where so many things seem unfair!

Why can’t a kid eat cookies right before bed? Why do adults get to stay up late while kids have to go to bed early? And why do adults say, “Not now!” right when kids want to play?! In this humorous picture book from acclaimed author-illustrator Shinsuke Yoshitake, one very patient father offers increasingly imaginative explanations for his kid’s complaints. The result? A more-thanfair, laugh-out-loud reading experience for all!


$17.99 • £12.99

32 Pages • 9¾ x 7½ in • Hardcover full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Fiction / Parenting

Rights: World English

On Sale: August 2024

Shinsuke Yoshitake is the author-illustrator of many awardwinning picture books, including New York Times Notable Children’s Book There Must Be More Than That!, New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Book The Boring Book, I Can Be Anything, I Won’t Give Up My Rubber Band, I Can Open It for You, and I Can Explain. His books have been translated into more than ten languages. He lives in Japan.


A bedtime story for the little monster in all of us! Getting ready for bed is a blast in Little Monster Says Goodnight, thanks to a relatable kid monster who does things, well . . . just a little differently.

With Momster’s help, Little Monster gets ready for bed: he brushes his fangs (leaving gobs of fangpaste everywhere), enjoys some bedtime books (as in, he eats them), and asks his parents to check if there’s a monster under the bed (there is—good!). That’s right—even monsters must get ready for bed, and Little Monster's funny and familiar nighttime rituals will encourage all little monsters to go to sleep!

From celebrated author and illustrator David Slonim, this delightful bedtime read-aloud features rib-tickling scenes and colorful details on every page.

David Slonim is the author and illustrator of He Came With the Couch, a Bright Horizons Top Three Books of the Year selection; Oh, Ducky; and I Loathe You. He has illustrated more than 25 other books, including Moishe’s Miracle by Laura Krauss Melmed, a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book. He lives in Indiana with his wife.


$17.99 • £12.99

Hardcover • 9¼ x 10¾ in • 32 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Fiction / Bedtime Rights: World Ages 3 to 5, Grades P to K

On Sale: August 2024

Jolene Gutiérrez grew up on a farm surrounded by animals, plants, and history. She is an award-winning teacher-librarian and has been working with neurodivergent learners at Denver Academy since 1995. This is Jolene’s first co-written book, and she’s overjoyed that she was able to create it with her daughter, Shaian.

Shaian Gutiérrez’s family is from Jalostotitlán, Jalisco, in Mexico, and she loves to show her appreciation for her Mexican roots through her work. In 2022, she graduated from Colorado College with a double major in art and Hispanic studies, earning a distinction in Spanish after presenting two theses and winning a grant to create art abroad about Mexican collective identity.

Gabby Zapata is an artist from Los Angeles, California, of Mexican and Colombian descent. She is a character designer and visual development artist for both feature animation and television.


Learn about and celebrate the Day of the Dead! With warmth and energy, this spirited picture book is a joyful ode to family traditions and the memory of loved ones who have passed but whom we continue to remember.

It is Día de Muertos—the Day of the Dead—and the family ofrenda is at the center of the celebration! Inspired by the popular nursery rhyme “The House That Jack Built,” The Ofrenda That We Built invites readers to join in the building of a colorful ofrenda, a home altar full of symbols and meaning, one special element at a time.

This is truly an intergenerational holiday with deep familial love at its heart. Readers will recognize these moving and universal themes in the hands-on activity of building an ofrenda together, an accessible way of learning more about other cultures and celebrations. Told in warm and welcoming rhyme, with beautiful, immersive illustrations, this is a delight for readers of all backgrounds to enjoy when the holiday arrives each autumn or any time of year that calls for remembrance and connection with loved ones.


$17.99 • £12.99

Hardcover • 9 x 11 in • 48 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Fiction / Holidays

Rights: World Ages 3 to 5

On Sale: August 2024


An Ideal Exhibition—Explore, Play, Create

From Hervé Tullet, the New York Times bestselling creator of Press Here, Museum in a Book invites young and old to unleash their creativity!

At once an endlessly playful tabletop exhibition and a hands-on guide to enable one and all to create their very own art, this book is a physical kaleidoscope of the imagination. Using only his favorite tools—four bold colors, a brush, sheets of paper, and a pair of scissors—and applying a few straightforward principles and directions from his revolutionary art-making project, The Ideal Exhibition, Hervé provides simple instructions to create art that can be used to fill a huge space . . . or squeezed into a matchbox. But the best expression of Hervé’s prodigious creativity is this book itself: An interactive marvel that readers will arrange and rearrange in a dazzling display of shapes, colors, and patterns.


$24.99 • £18.99

Novelty Book • 8¼ x 10½ in • 70 Pages

die-cut cover, semi-concealed Wire-O binding, fold-out pages

Juvenile Fiction / Art

Rights: World English

Ages 5 And Up

On Sale: October 2024


From Hervé Tullet, author of the New York Times bestseller Press Here, a picture book to unleash children’s creativity: Using only a finger and a great deal of imagination, Hervé empowers readers to create a simple flower . . . an entire garden . . . and even whole new worlds!

Once again, Hervé Tullet brilliantly and successfully coaxes children to recognize and celebrate their innate artistic talent. He convinces each reader that their hand is magic and capable of transforming a few simple lines, squiggles, dots, and shapes into . . . well, pretty much anything they can imagine!

A new Hervé picture book is always a cause for celebration. This is his first in seven years and a companion to Press Here, Mix It Up!, and Let’s Play! with all the hallmark whimsy and imagination that will delight his many fans.


$16.99 • £12.99

Hardcover • 8¾ x 8¾ in • 56 Pages full-color throughout, unjacketed Juvenile Fiction / Art

Rights: XAUNZ, XAsia

On Sale: October 2024

Hervé Tullet is the New York Times bestselling author of Press Here, Mix It Up!, and over eighty books that have been translated into scores of languages, selling millions of copies. The creator of the groundbreaking do-it-yourself Ideal Exhibition, he has introduced his technique and art in workshops and museums throughout the world. He divides his time between Paris and Italy.

Katherine Paterson is the award-winning author of more than forty books, including eighteen novels for children and young people. She is a two-time winner of the Newbery and National Book Awards and National Ambassador for Young People's Literature emeritus. For her body of work, she was accorded the Astrid Lindgren Memorial and Hans Christian Andersen Awards, and named an honorary lifetime member of the International Board of Books for Young People.

Sally Deng creates art for magazines, newspapers, and books and is the authorillustrator of two children's picture books. Her art has been recognized by multiple illustration annuals and exhibited in galleries across the U.S.


$21.99 • £16.99

Hardcover • 11 x 9 in • 112 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / Biography

Rights: World

Ages 5 to 8

On Sale: February 2025


The Woman Who Rescued a Generation of Children and Founded the World’s Largest Children’s Library

The inspiring true story of how one visionary woman used children's books to help heal a generation of Germany's children after WWII and went on to set up the International Youth Library and IBBY, International Board on Books for Young People.

Jella Lepman was a woman who stood her ground, challenged convention, and worked fiercely to transform her biggest dreams into reality.

In 1945, when Jella was tasked with what seemed like an insurmountable challenge-to create a haven of imagination and joy for the children of a Germany scarred by war, she turned to a steadfast companion: books. As a Jewish woman who had fled from the Nazis, Jella was determined to restore a sense of childhood to the young people who had only known conflict and violence. Despite constant obstacles, Jella persevered. With the help of publishers and children from around the world, Jella collected an extraordinary collection of 4,000 children's books in pursuit of her mission to promote peace. The roving literary collection would eventually find a home as the International Youth Library in Munich, now with over 600,000 items, the largest collection of children's books and materials in the world.


The Unexpected Beginnings and Unwritten Future of the World’s Great Scientists

How does a kid grow up to become a scientist? This enthralling nonfiction picture book from New York Times bestselling author Kate Messner explores the unexpected beginnings behind some of the most fascinating discoveries in scientific history.

Before the world’s great scientists were scientists, they were, in fact, doing all the things kids do:

Taking things apart, putting things together, gazing up at the night sky, drawing, imagining, building, and exploring.

Things that scientists do, too.

Kate Messner is a New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty books for young readers, including The Next President, the Over and Under series, the History Smashers series, and more. Kate is the recipient of the Empire State Award for excellence in literature for young people. Her science-themed picture books have been honored with the Green Earth Book Award, the Riverby Award for natural history writing, and have been finalists for the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru SB&F prize for excellence in science writing. A former middle school teacher, Kate splits her time between Lake Champlain and Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Julia Kuo is the author and illustrator of Let’s Do Everything and Nothing and the illustrator of I Am An American: The Wong Kim Ark Story, I Dream of Popo, and more. She also enjoys making editorial illustrations, which have appeared in publications like the New York Times, The Economist, and Vox Media.

This book of unexpected beginnings powerfully shows that the great scientists of the future could be practically anyone . . . including you.


$19.99 • £14.99

Hardcover • 12¼ x 9½ in • 60 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / Science

Rights: World Ages 8 to 12

On Sale: August 2024

Kate Messner is the award-winning author of Over and Under the Snow, Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt, Over and Under the Pond, Over and Under the Rainforest, Over and Under the Waves, How to Read a Story, and The Brilliant Deep, as well as more than 50 other books for young readers. Kate lives on Lake Champlain with her family.

Christopher Silas Neal is the awardwinning artist of Over and Under the Snow, Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt, Over and Under the Pond, Over and Under the Rainforest, and Over and Under the Waves. His work has been published in a variety of books and magazines and featured on television. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.


In this latest book in the acclaimed Over and Under series, a spectacular hike reveals the hidden wonders, rich colors, and layers of wildlife living within a thriving desert slot-canyon.

Over and Under the Canyon takes young readers on a thrilling tour of a desert canyon ecosystem. Over the canyon, the sun scalds the air, baking desert mud to stone. But under the shade of the cliffs hides another world, where bighorn sheep bound from rock to rock on the hillside, roadrunners make their nests in sturdy cacti, and banded geckos tuck themselves into the shelter of the sand. Discover the wonders concealed in the curves of the canyon, the magic of a desert wildflower bloom, and all the unexpected creatures that bring the desert to life.


$9.99 • £6.99

Paperback • 8 x 12 in • 56 Pages full-color illustrations throughout Juvenile Nonfiction / Nature

Rights: World

Ages 5 to 8, Grades K to 3

On Sale: October 2024


Discover the hidden magic of the Everglades in this fascinating and beautiful exploration of the wetland habitat from the New York Times bestselling author and award-winning illustrator of the beloved Over and Under series!

Part of the acclaimed nature book series that includes Over and Under the Pond, Over and Under the Rainforest, and Over and Under the Snow, this volume takes readers on a journey into the magical and mysterious reaches of Florida’s Everglades National Park.

Over the swamp, the barred owl hoots, and the great egret swoops down on snowy wings. The slow mazes of waterways are quiet with the shush of reeds and grasses. But under the swamp’s soft shadows, there’s a whole hidden world of panthers and orchids, red-bellied turtles and raccoons, lurking alligators and singing frogs. This beautifully illustrated nonfiction picture book reveals all the fascinating creatures living just out of sight in the branches and depths over and under the wetland.


$18.99 • £13.99

Hardcover • 7¾ x 12¼ in • 56 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / Nature

Rights: World Ages 5 to 8

On Sale: August 2024


A Story of Ella Jenkins—The First Lady of Children's Music

Once upon a time, children's music was just Mother Goose, nursery songs, and lullabies. And then came Ella Jenkins.

Ella Jenkins is an American folk singer and living legend dubbed “The First Lady of Children’s Music.” For nearly 70 years, she has been writing and performing music that has entertained and engaged generations of young listeners. In Make a Pretty Song, Ella’s life and legacy are captured in vibrant sights, sounds, and stories that leap right off the page.

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised in Chicago, Ella grew up loving music of all kinds—the call-and-response of Cab Calloway, the exciting rhythms of Moroccan and Indian records spun in a local record shop, the bluesy notes her uncle teased from his harmonica. She listened to music from around the world, and no matter what language it was in, she could feel what it meant—the bridge in understanding and feeling that music offers from one heart to another.

Traci N. Todd is the award-winning author of several books for children, including Nina: A Story of Nina Simone, illustrated by Christian Robinson, and Holding Her Own: The Exceptional Life of Jackie Ormes, illustrated by Shannon Wright. She still remembers jumping on her childhood bed (don’t tell Mom!) and listening to Ella Jenkins records on her little orange-and-white record player. A Chicago native, she now writes and edits in Queens, New York.

Eleanor Davis is an illustrator and cartoonist who has created award-winning work for both adults and children. She has a baby, to whom she loves to sing. She lives in Athens, Georgia.


$19.99 • £14.99

Hardcover • 9½ x 10½ in • 60 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / Biography

Rights: World

Ages 5 to 8, Grades K to 3

On Sale: January 2025

When she began working with children, she knew just what to do. She knew music would offer children a kinetic learning experience that engaged them physically, verbally, and empathetically, creating community out of song. Soon, she was recording her own albums and became an international star.

Elizabeth Partridge has lived near the Golden Gate Bridge all her life. Driving or walking across the strong steel bridge, suspended between sky and water, always thrills her. The author of many books, Elizabeth is a National Book Award finalist and has won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Young Adult Literature, ALA’s Printz Honor Award, and the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award. She lives in Berkeley with her three-generation family, two dogs, and the world’s shyest cat.

Ellen Heck is a printmaker who also makes picture books, including her debut, A is for Bee. She has lived in eight states but now calls North Carolina home.


Building the Mighty Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge, beloved landmark and symbol of San Francisco, finally gets a gorgeous picture book that tells the thrilling story of how it was built! Written by National Book Award finalist and Sibert Medal winner Elizabeth Partridge.

Across a treacherous strait where deep ocean waters rip back and forth with the tides, and during the depths of the Great Depression, daring teams of engineers and builders set out to make something many thought impossible.

Begun in 1933 and officially opened on May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge and its awe-inspiring and groundbreaking construction are truly a testament to the power of hope and perseverance. Told from the point of view of the lighthouse keeper’s kids, who watch in fascination as the trucks and crews arrive and steel towers coated in heavy red paint begin to rise above the tempestuous water, Golden Gate shares a thrilling visual perspective on each stage of the breathtaking project.

Young readers can look and learn as each turn of the page reveals dazzling, color-soaked artwork paired with text that blends factual details into the narrators’ keen observations. By the final spread, where fireworks explode in celebration over the mighty bridge, the tale is complete—not only of an astonishing feat of engineering but of the potential of human ingenuity to defy the odds and make the impossible possible.


$19.99 • £14.99

Hardcover • 12 x 9 in • 64 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / History Rights: World Ages 5 to 8

On Sale: October 2024


A Book on Neurodiversity

A seriously funny book all about our brains! Award-winning author-illustrator Elise Gravel celebrates the many wonderful ways humans think in a comic-style nonfiction book for curious kids.

Acclaimed creator Elise Gravel (Killer Underwear Invasion!, Olga and the Smelly Thing from Nowhere, and many more) uses her trademark humor and punchy art to explore the fascinating human brain.

Though all our brains look the same, every brain works differently. This Is My Brain! shows readers that understanding how different brains feel and learn can help us connect with others . . . and keep our own brains happy!


$17.99 • £12.99

Hardcover • 10 x 8 in • 48 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / Neurodiversity

Rights: X:Canada

Ages 8 to 12

On Sale: October 2024

Elise Gravel is an award-winning authorillustrator who has published dozens of books in both Canada and the United States. Her books have been translated around the world and have received many accolades and awards, including Canada’s prestigious Governor General’s Literary Award. Elise lives with her husband and their children in Montreal. You can learn more about her at

Annie Barrows is the bestselling author of books for both children and adults, including the New York Times bestselling Ivy + Beanseries, The Best of Iggyseries, the YA novel Nothing, and the adult bestselling novel The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. She lives in Northern California.

Sophie Blackall is one of the most lauded children’s book creators of our day. Her work has twice been awarded the Caldecott Medal, as well as the Ezra Jack Keats Award and the Society of Illustrators Founder’s Award. Originally from Australia, Sophie now lives in Brooklyn, New York.


$15.99 • £11.99

Hardcover • 8 x 6 in • 108 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, textured spine, unjacketed

Juvenile Fiction / Siblings

Rights: World

Ages 6 to 9

On Sale: October 2024


From the creatorsof the New York Times–bestselling Ivy + Bean comes a fun and funny new series about two small sisters with very big imaginations.

Generations of readers have fallen in love with Ivy + Bean, which has sold over 8 million copies and been adapted into a popular Netflix Original Film series. Now, bestselling author Annie Barrows and illustrator Sophie Blackall are back with the first book in a bright new series about a pair of sisters named Stella and Marigold.

Stella, who’s seven, is kind, a good storyteller, and ponders big questions like, what do animals think of people? Marigold, at four, tells imaginative stories (her mother calls them “fibs”) and likes to wear her favorite Halloween costume year-round. Stella and Marigold do all the regular things—like going to school, playing, getting sick sometimes, and visiting the zoo—but even the most regular things have a secret side.

Sure to delight fans of Ivy and Bean, these adventure tales— animated with full-color illustrations of the sisters’ encounters with magical bathrooms, snow monkeys, dream lions, howling wolves, a lost Vice President, and much more—are filled with vibrant characters, creative storytelling, and a whole lot of laughs.

Nina LaCour is the bestselling and award-winning author of the acclaimed young adult novels We Are Okay, which received the Printz Award and was selected by Time Magazine as one of its 100 Best YA Books of All Time, Hold Still, The Disenchantments, and Everything Leads to You, as well as the adult novel Yerba Buena. Born and raised in the East Bay, LaCour crossed the bridge to receive her undergraduate degree from San Francisco State University and then crossed back to Oakland to receive an MFA in Creative Writing at Mills College. She now lives in San Francisco with her wife and their daughter.

Sònia Albert worked in a comic studio for several years before pursuing her MA in Children's Book Illustration from the Cambridge School of Art. She loves to tell stories and enjoys experimenting with different media. She has illustrated many children's books for publishers in the United Kingdom and Europe. Born in Barcelona, she currently lives in Mataró, Spain


Now in paperback! A charming new chapter book by bestselling author Nina LaCour.

Welcome to 1106 Wildflower Place: It is no ordinary apartment house, but you, reader, are no ordinary visitor. So, please, come in!

Two new tenants have just arrived, and nine-year-old Ella is determined to help them settle in. Who better to teach them about the glitchy lights and the nighttime noises? After all, Ella knows all the neighbors. Well, almost all. No one has met the mysterious Robinsons who live on the top floor. Will a special neighborly celebration change all that? This bighearted chapter book by bestselling author Nina LaCour, highlighted by lively illustrations throughout, celebrates community, friendship, family, and home. It is a place of walking dogs that aren't yours, keeping surprises secret, and making everyone feel welcome.

Here, the eccentric joy of Armistead Maupin's Tales of The City merges seamlessly with the antic fun of Ivy + Bean, the family tenderness of The Penderwicks, and the madcap adventure of Eloise in an irresistible story that will leave you eager for the next



Paperback • 6 x 8 in • 140 Pages

black-and-white illustrations throughout, jacketed

Juvenile Fiction / Friendship

Rights: NAM

Ages 7 to 10, Grades 2 to 5

On Sale: January 2025



Book Two

The story of Gumluck continues! Introducing the second installation in a laugh-out-loud and critically acclaimed chapter book tale from New York Times bestselling author Adam Rex.

Readers, be warned! This book contains three precious eggs, one confused dragon, a very silly wizard, and the tiny ghost who haunts his hair.

The follow-up to The Story of Gumluck the Wizard finds everyone’s favorite noodlehead wizard at it again in another hilarious adventure of mistaken identity, courage in the face of fire (literally), and the most unlikely friendship in all of Prince Whoop-de-doo’s unlikely little kingdom.



Hardcover • 5½ x 7¼ in • 132 Pages black-and-white illustrations throughout, unjacketed

Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic

Rights: XUKC

Ages 6 to 9, Grades 1 to 4

On Sale: September 2024

Adam Rex is the author and illustrator of many beloved books, including the New York Times bestseller Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich. He has illustrated the work of many authors, including Jon Scieszka, Mac Barnett, Jeff Kinney, Kate DiCamillo, Eoin Colfer, Christopher Paul Curtis, Paul Feig, and Neil Gaiman. He lives in Tucson, Arizona. See more about him at

Ariane de Bonvoisin writes, coaches, and speaks frequently on issues of personal and professional change, happiness, and inspiration, entrepreneurship, women in the workplace, parenting, and the topic of mindful living and wellness in business. She has spoken and coached at companies such as Google, Twitter, Morgan Stanley, Investec, The IDB, KPMG, Essilor, Amazon, Nestlé, and Red Bull, amongst others. She has also been a keynote speaker at events, including Oprah’s Conference, Maria Shriver’s Women’s Conference, the Multimillion Dollar Roundtable (MDRT), and other international conferences. She lives in Switzerland.

Everest van der Zwan came up with KidQuest (with the help of his mom) when he was seven years old. He was a finalist for the Toy & Game Int'l Excellence Awards (the TAGIEs) in 2022 for Young Innovator of the Year. He lives in Switzerland.


The game where kids find out what grown-ups were like as kids!

With the KidQuest deck, kids ask the coolest questions in their quest to learn about the adults in their lives!

The adults kids love were kids once—what were they like? With KidQuest, kids take charge and ask adults questions to find out.

With 100 cards in eight categories (Home, School, Friends, Work, Personality, Inner Life, Big Life, and Humor), kids ask adults thoughtful as well as “just for fun” questions about what it was like to be a kid. The result? More connected relationships and lots of laughs!

Perfect for game night, car rides, bedtime, or mealtime—anytime, really! A bonus game component lets kids give points to an adult’s responses, and a “Celebration" card lets kids ask anything they want! Let the kid questing begin!


$12.95 • £11.99

Box • 3¼ x 3¾ in • 112 Pages box, 112 cards, instruction sheet, bellyband Games / Parents

Rights: World

Ages 5 And Up, Grades K to 17

On Sale: October 2024


Symbols, Spells, and Rituals for the Young Witch

Fantasy fans and witches-in-training can find magical insight and inspiration with this beautiful, whimsical oracle deck by the creator of The Little Witch's Book of Spells

From Harry Potter to Disney's Descendants to Kiki's Delivery Service, witchcraft and wizardry have enchanted kids around the world. Now, young witches-in-training can undertake their own spellbinding studies with this playful and immersive deck and guidebook to all things magical. The Little Witch's Oracle Deck is an accessible divination tool for kids who want to explore the enchantment and mystery of oracles and fortune-telling.

More accessible than traditional tarot, this oracle card deck is designed in an intuitive, easy-to-understand format that pulls on universal archetypes kids naturally understand, like the Dragon, the Best Friend, the Dream, and the Star. Each card is paired with a magical message and a ritual suggestion, which allows the user to connect deeply with the card’s meaning. A perfect companion to The Little Witch's Book of Spells, this deck is a tool that encourages little witches to look at situations through different perspectives, develop intuition, and listen to inner wisdom to make healthy decisions, all while adding a dash of magic to their lives.

Ariel Kusby is a writer, bookseller, and practicing witch. She is the author of The Little Witch’s Book of Spells, a magical handbook for children eight to twelve years old. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her familiar—a black, velvet-soft rabbit named Poppy. Visit her at

Olga Baumert is an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. She is the illustrator of The Little Witch’s Book of Spells, among other books for children. Originally from Poland, she currently resides in Leicester, England. Learn more at


$18.95 • £16.99

Cards • 4½ x 6¼ in • 48 Pages box, 48 full-color cards, booklet Fantasy & Magic / Oracle Decks Rights: World Ages 8 to 12

On Sale: September 2024


’Twas the Night Before Christmas goes to the zoo! Inspired by true events, this picture book celebrates the magic of Christmas and the spirit of giving.

It’s Christmas at the zoo, and all the animals are in for a spectacular holiday surprise! Inspired by real events (yes, some zookeepers create a holiday experience for the animals!), this spirited holiday picture book takes young readers on a magical journey behind the scenes of a zoo as Santa and his helpers prepare to surprise the elephants, tigers, hippos, and more.

It’s the night before Christmas and all through the zoo, we’re working nonstop— there's so much to do!

Narrated in playful rhyming text inspired by the classic ’Twas the Night Before Christmas poem, this delightful, illustrated children’s book is sure to bring holiday cheer.


$17.99 • £12.99

Hardcover • 9½ x 10 in • 40 Pages full-color illustrations, jacketed Juvenile Nonfiction / Christmas

Rights: World

Ages 3 to 5

On Sale: September 2024

Lisa Eickholdt is an education consultant and former associate professor of literary education. She lives in northern Georgia.

Lola M. Schaefer is the author of many children's books and the winner of a Charlotte Zolotow Honor and the Children's Choice Book Award. She lives with her husband in the mountains of northern Georgia.

Laura Watkins is an award-winning illustrator and the founder of the fine art shop Watkins Prints. She lives in London.



Hide—and find—heartwarming Christmas treats: Just turn the wheel, lift the flaps, and play!

Christmas cheer is everywhere! First, turn the wheel to hide the treat, then lift the flaps to find it in this holiday-themed activity book for curious kids.

An interactive wheel hides Christmas surprises amid a variety of spirited scenes, from the delightfully snowy outdoors to stockings hung by a toasty fire and much more. After the treat is hidden, it’s time to guess where it is. Lift the flap for the reveal in this Christmas board book, then play again and again for heaps of holiday fun.


$10.99 • £7.99

Novelty Book • 8 x 8 in • 10 Pages

novelty board book with wheel & flaps throughout, full-color illustrations

Juvenile Nonfiction / Christmas

Rights: World

Ages 2 to 4

On Sale: October 2024

Wednesday Kirwan is an award-winning artist who has been illustrating and writing books for children for more than a decade. She is the illustrator of Farm Lullaby by Karen Jameson, Eggs Are Everywhere, and Hearts Are Everywhere. She lives with her husband and daughter in the Santa Cruz Mountains in California.



A sweet, rhyming Halloween-themed board book with a finger puppet built right in! Bursting with color and charm, this finger puppet book invites babies and inquisitive toddlers to touch, feel, and explore their growing world.

Little ones will love celebrating Halloween with this adorable witchy feline and her cute ghoul and goblin companions. Interactive pages let readers help Little Witch Cat stir her cauldron under the full moon as she and her friends celebrate their favorite day of the year. With its irresistible plush, adorable art, and sweet, accessible text, this latest addition to the bestselling Finger Puppet series will delight parents and toddlers alike.


$7.99 • £5.99

Novelty Book • 4½ x 4½ in • 12 Pages

Emily Dove is a freelance illustrator, author, and naturalist. She has lived all over the US and is proud to call the Pacific Northwest home.

full-color illustrations throughout, die-cut board book, attached plush finger puppet

Juvenile Fiction / Cats / Halloween

Rights: World English

Ages 0 to 3

On Sale: August 2024



An interactive board book perfect for family holiday fun. A festive fir cozies up for winter with its cute forest friends in this very merry finger puppet book bursting with color and charm!

Little ones will love making friends with Little Fir Tree! This endearing and engaging children's book invites young children to touch, feel, and explore their growing world.

With its irresistible plush, adorable illustrations, and sweet, simple text, this forest-themed offering from the bestselling Finger Puppet series is guaranteed to delight parents and toddlers alike. Featuring a finger puppet that peeks into each illustrated page, Little Fir Tree offers a fun, interactive way to play and read as little ones build a lifelong love of books (and nature!).


$7.99 • £5.99

Yu-hsuan Huang is an illustrator and artist from Taichung City, Taiwan, where she lives with her family and cats.

Novelty Book • 4½ x 4½ in • 12 Pages full-color illustrations throughout, die-cut board book, attached plush finger puppet Juvenile Fiction / Nature / Christmas Rights: World Ages 0 to 3

On Sale: August 2024


From the creator behind My Beautiful Black Hair and My Hair Is Like the Sun,this playful rhyming board book celebrates the joy of seeing yourself in the ones you love and embracing your unique self.

Cornrows, curls, fros, and swirls! How do you wear your hair? Featuring photographs of real kids whose hairstyles match those of family and friends, little ones will love seeing themselves mirrored in these pages and in the world around them. Beautifully photographed by St. Clair Detrick-Jules and with vibrant illustrations by Tabitha Brown, this timeless children's book celebrates community and joyful self-expression.

St. Clair Detrick-Jules is an awardwinning filmmaker, photographer, author, activist, and speaker. She has been featured in the Washington Post, Washingtonian magazine, BuzzFeed News, the Christian Science Monitor, NPR's Strange Fruit, and elsewhere. She is the author of My Hair Is Like the Sun and My Beautiful Black Hair, which showcases photographs and stories of Black women embracing their crowns. Detrick-Jules currently resides in her hometown of Washington, D.C.

Tabitha Brown is an illustrator who blends drawings, found textures, and vintage papers to create unique digital collage pieces. She received a BFA in illustration from the American Academy of Art in Chicago. Brown is based in Illinois.


$8.99 • £6.99

Board Book • 7 x 7 in • 20 Pages full-color photographs/illustrations throughout Juvenile Nonfiction / Concepts

Rights: World

Ages 0 to 3

On Sale: October 2024


Caldecott Honor–winning illustrator Brendan Wenzel’s irresistible animal images take the spotlight in this new series of concept board books for young children, based on his awardwinning picture book Hello Hello.

Say HELLO to learning fun!

Little ones will learn about opposites with the help of a heavy walrus and light butterfly, a tough rhino and gentle fawn, a loud tiger and quiet salamander, and many more delightfully different pairs!

A parade of wild animals walks, swims, and flies across the sturdy pages of this colorful book. Read the playful text. Find the opposites. Marvel at the incredible array of animals—big and small—that populate our planet.

Brendan Wenzel is a New York Times–bestselling author and illustrator based in upstate New York. He has written and illustrated several award-winning books for children, including Inside Cat, A Stone Sat Still, Hello Hello, and They All Saw a Cat, which was a recipient of a Caldecott Honor. He is also a proud collaborator with many groups working to protect and conserve wild places and creatures. You can find more of his work at


$9.99 • £6.99

Board Book • 8½ x 6 in • 38 Pages full-color illustrations throughout Juvenile Nonfiction / Concepts

Rights: World

Ages 2 to 4

On Sale: October 2024

FEELINGS BOOK: Educators, therapists, and caregivers looking to have nuanced or challenging discussions with kids about their experiences can use this as a jumping-off point for conversation: What are your chaos feelings? What helps you feel calm?

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING: One common exercise teachers use is to ask kids to point to their emotions on a chart and then name them, for which this book will be a powerful tool.


$9.99 • £6.99

Board Book • 8 x 6 in • 20 Pages full-color throughout, spot UV cover

Juvenile Nonfiction / Emotions & Feelings

Rights: World

Ages 2 to 4

On Sale: October 2024


An Invisible Things Book

Bring on the giggles with this wonderfully wacky board book from the creators of the New York Times bestseller Invisible Things.

When you feel fed up, how do you lift your mood? Laugh out loud as you turn the pages to see how funny pretend laughter can be! With this book in hand, take a moment to be silly, boost your mood, and experience joy and connection through laughter.

Invisible Things introduced the wonderful concept of exploring the invisible things that make up the human experience, encouraging us to look past the visible and connect with the things that are not seen. This inviting board book brings the idea into an interactive format, offering kids a fun and engaging way to learn about their emotions.

Andy J. Pizza is the New York Times–bestselling coauthor of Invisible Things, the talent behind the popular podcast Creative Pep Talk, and the illustrator of several books, including A Pizza with Everything on It and A Sundae with Everything on It.

Sophie Miller is a mixed-media artist and the New York Times–bestselling coauthor of Invisible Things. Originally from Yorkshire, England, she likes to write, walk, garden, and visit the library with her kids.

Andy's head is in the clouds, and Sophie's feet are on the ground. Together, they have built a wonder-FULL life in Columbus, Ohio, along with three kids, two dogs, and a ton of creativity.


An Invisible Things Book

From the creators of the New York Times bestseller Invisible Things, this hands-on board book leads toddlers on a whimsical and reassuring journey from chaos to calm.

When you feel wound up, how do you get the knots out? Follow along to unwind the tangled mess of ups, downs, and loop the loops and find the way back to calm. With this book in hand, take a moment to pause, take a deep breath, and practice mindfulness and grounding techniques perfectly suited for young readers.

This inviting board book brings the idea into an interactive format, offering kids a great way to explore and take charge of their emotions.


$9.99 • £6.99

Board Book • 8 x 6 in • 20 Pages full-color throughout, spot UV cover Juvenile Nonfiction / Emotions & Feelings

Rights: World

Ages 2 to 4

On Sale: October 2024


From the creators of the New York Times bestseller Invisible Things, these wonderfully imaginative flash cards offer countless playful ways for kids to explore and express their emotions.

What Invisible Things will you discover today? These stylish feelings flash cards introduce 19 different personified emotions —plus 1 blank make-your-own card to personalize. Each durable card features a wacky illustration of an Invisible Thing on one side and a fun description on the reverse.

From Feelings Charades to picking an Invisible Thing of the Week, there are so many ways to use these cards! A list of inspiring ideas is provided, including:

Feelings Chart: Review the cards and select the Invisible Things you relate to right now.

Social Prompt: Pick a card at random and share a time when you met that Invisible Thing.

Art Prompt: Select a card and draw your idea of what that Invisible Thing would look like.

Story Discussion: Read a book and discuss which Invisible Things appear in the plot and characters.

With a bold palette and a delightful sense of humor, this card set invites kids and caregivers to look past the visible and talk about the many Invisible Things we all experience every day.


$14.99 • £13.99

Cards • 6½ x 5 in • 20 Pages box, spot UV on cover, double-sided flash cards, full-color throughout Juvenile Nonfiction / Emotions & Feelings

Rights: World Ages 2 to 100

On Sale: October 2024


Brighten your day with the help of Flora and her rainbow of feathered friends, inspired by the Caldecott Honor–winning children's book Flora and the Flamingo.

Birds of a feather learn colors together!

An instant hit upon its release, Flora and the Flamingo now celebrates over ten years in print. In this vibrant new board book, Flora takes toddlers on a twirl through all the colors of the rainbow. Featuring big flaps to play with, this interactive board book will delight young children as they learn simple concepts in the charming company of Flora and her friends.


$12.99 • £9.99

Board Book • 5¾ x 9¼ in • 26 Pages full color illustrations and gatefolds throughout Juvenile Fiction / Concepts / Colors

Rights: World

Ages 0 to 3

On Sale: September 2024

Molly Idle is the Caldecott Honor–winning creator of Flora and the Flamingo. Molly is an early bird, and most mornings you can find her in her workshop in Tempe, Arizona, with her family’s four loquacious lovebirds, scribbling away in her next book. To learn more about Molly and her work, visit



$19.95 • £17.99

Deck • 4 x 5¾ in • 53 Pages box, 53 full-color cards

Pets / Dogs

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


$12.95 • £11.99

Postcards • 4¾ x 6½ in • 30 Pages

30 full-color removable postcards, tape spine

Postcards / Humor

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


50+ Pep Talks from Your Favorite Furry Friends

For the tail-wagging days and the ruff ones ahead, receive the ultimate pep talk from pups in this 50+ card deck of paws-itive affirmations Rawrrf! Arf arf! Translation: I’m here fur you—something we all need to hear once in a while. And who better to deliver the message than one of our most trusted companions? Whether you are looking for barks of encouragement or a dose of inspiration, this deck is bursting with four-legged words of wisdom to lift your spirits and wag your tail. An adorable gift for dog lovers, this deck can be used to decipher a beloved pup's barks of confidence, love, and affection to fully understand and embrace their messages of unconditional love just when they’re needed most.


30 All-Occasion Postcards

From the author of the bestselling Men to Avoid in Art and Life, this postcard book features the best of Nicole Tersigni's hit Art and Life series as well as a handful of never-before-seen images! Pairing classical paintings with funny, irreverent captions, Nicole Tersigni broke the Internet with her first book, the hit success Men to Avoid in Art and Life, based on her hysterical Twitter feed. Her follow-ups, Friends to Keep in Art and Life and Parenting Advice to Ignore in Art and Life, are packed with the same whip-smart humor, celebrating wholesome female friendships and women’s life experiences in a loving and brilliantly sassy way.



Journal • 5¼ x 8½ in • 160 Pages b/w illustrations throughout Journals / Inspiration

Rights: NAM

On Sale: August 2024

YUNGBLUD’S YOU NEED TO EXIST a book to love and destroy

From platinum superstar Dom Harrison, a.k.a. YUNGBLUD, comes a powerful interactive journal that provides a blazingly energetic outlet for self-expression.

YUNGBLUD’s millions of fans know that Dom’s core truths—selfexpression and self-love—are part of everything he does. He fosters an environment through his shows and online community where you are allowed to be unapologetically and authentically you. Now, fans can take a little piece of Dom home and, through this journal, have him beside them when they need a safe space to express themselves.

Full of exclusive content created by Dom, YUNGBLUD’s You Need to Exist features questions, creative prompts, rebellious actions, and illustrations in his distinctive style. Much more than a standard prompted journal, this is a guide to engagement with your truest self and a call to action to write, draw, burn, rip, and more to fully and joyfully embrace your weirdness and individuality.

Rarely does an artist come along such as YUNGBLUD (a.k.a. Dominic Harrison), who has undeniably become the voice of Gen-Z. Using his music to unite and empower the youth of today, from the ground up, he has built and nurtured a vast collective of dedicated fans around the globe—a close-knit family that’s grown into the millions.

After his impactful debut with the EP hope for the underrated youth and the UK chart-topping album weird! in 2020, he solidified his position as a powerhouse in the industry. His selftitled third studio album in 2022, that hit number one in seven different countries, and subsequent world tour further cemented his status, with the release of the short film MARS adding depth to his creative portfolio and philanthropic efforts during Trans Awareness Week. Continuing his momentum into 2023, YUNGBLUD unveiled a series of compelling singles, including collaborations that showcased his evolution as an artist, leading up to the diverse sound of “When We Die (Can We Still Get High?)” featuring Lil Yachty in 2024.


$14.95 • £10.99

Paperback • 7 x 9 in • 112 Pages full-color images throughout Games & Activities / Crosswords

Rights: World English On Sale: November 2024


$19.95 • £17.99

Deck • 4¼ x 5¾ in • 50 Pages 50 cards, full-color illustrations throughout Fitness

Rights: World English

On Sale: August 2024


And Other Word Games from a Galaxy Far, Far Away ….

Explore the galaxy far, far away as never before with the official Star Wars crossword puzzle collection. Test your galactic knowledge with over 50 colorfully illustrated, fun, and challenging puzzles, acrostics, and other word games. Puzzle master and lifelong Star Wars fan James Floyd draws clues and answers from quotes, trivia, memorable character moments, lightsaber showdowns, and much more.

© and TM 2024 Lucasfilm Ltd. Used Under Authorization.

James Floyd is a San Diego–based freelance writer focusing on pop culture and is a regular contributor to and Star Wars Insider magazine, as well as to Wookieepedia.


Be the Hero of Your Exercise Adventure

Become your own health super hero with the Marvel Fitness Deck, a 50card deck of exercises for Marvel fans of all ages! This family-friendly deck takes inspiration from heroic Marvel characters to bring fun to accessible everyday exercise. Irresistibly illustrated with beloved characters demonstrating physical fitness activities and created with a range of ability in mind, the step-by-step exercises featured on each card are presented in a playfully inviting way.

© 2024 MARVEL

Robyn Warren is a health educator and founder of Geek Girl Strong, an intersectional, feminist, health-coaching community for every body. Warren holds multiple education degrees.


Evoke the nostalgic thrill of Agatha Christie’s classic mysteries with these 100 postcards featuring iconic covers from some of the Queen of Crime’s most beloved works! Agatha Christie is the bestselling novelist of all time, and the classic editions of her many cherished books feature eye-catching and iconic designs. Reproduced on these artful and irresistible postcards are cover designs from some of the best mysteries ever written.

Copyright © 2024 Agatha Christie Limited.

9781797226248 • $22.95 • £19.99

Postcards • 4¼ x 5¾ in • 100 Pages box, lifting ribbon, 100 full-color postcards, shrink-wrapped

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


Hone your writing craft with inspiration from Agatha Christie, the Queen of Crime, in this handsome lined journal. Compose, jot down notes, outline your next novel, or journal alongside inspiring, motivating, and humorous quotes pulled from the work of the bestselling novelist of all time. Each quote touches on an aspect of writing, whether building a character, crafting a plot, or simply making yourself sit down and write. Thoughtful words from Christie herself, including some selected from Agatha Christie:An Autobiography, are interspersed with quotes from her wise and witty characters, drawn from favorite

9781797226279 • $16.95 • £14.99

Journal • 7 x 5 in • 160 Pages textured foil-stamped hardcover, ribbon page marker, unjacketed Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


3 Ballpoint Pens

Put pen to paper with iconic quotes from the Queen of Crime and her most beloved characters. A ready-made gift for Agatha Christie fans, writers, readers, and note-takers, this trio of black-ink ballpoint pens is housed in an elegant, artful box. The words inscribed on the pens are accompanied by icons representing two of the most enduringly beloved fictional detectives ever written and the bestselling novelist of all time. Whether you are taking notes on a suspicious stranger, writing a top-secret letter, or crafting your own detective story, these pens are perfect for the job.

Copyright © 2024 Agatha Christie Limited.

9781797226262 • $15.95 • £14.99

Pens • 1¾ x 7¼ in • 3 Pages box, 3 black ink ballpoint pens, painted barrel Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


$16.95 • £14.99

Box • 5¾ x 4 in • 54 Pages box with sliding tray, two 54-card playing card decks

Games / Playing Cards

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


$18.95 • £16.99

Box • 9 x 11 in lift-off lid, full-color illustration, puzzle image insert


Rights: World

On Sale: October 2024


A deluxe boxed set of playing cards that includes two standard 54-card decks featuring vibrant, hand-drawn blossoms and succulents from the bestselling LEGO® Botanical sets.

Perfect for group or solo play, these stunning playing cards are sure to inspire countless card games and endless ways to play with friends or family. Housed in a collectible keepsake box, they are the perfect gift for the LEGO® fan who has it all!

LEGO, the LEGO logo, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2024 The LEGO Group. All rights reserved.


Get ready, LEGO® builders: Channel your inner artist with the next challenge in the bestselling LEGO puzzle line.

Inspired by your favorite LEGO® Art sets, this 1,000-piece puzzle comes together to reveal a brick-built masterpiece! Perfect for the whole family but just as fun to take on solo, this puzzle showcases the creativity and imagination integral to the LEGO brand.

Final puzzle: 25 x 20 in

LEGO, the LEGO logo, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2024 The LEGO Group. All



A puzzle-building space adventure for Minifigure fans everywhere! This tricky mystery mini puzzle reveals a surprise intergalactic Minifigure design. Collect all six new puzzle designs.

These interplanetary mystery minifigure mini puzzles are out of this world! Meet six all-new surprise puzzles just for fans of LEGO® minifigures! These "blind box" mini puzzles are a whole new way to play with the world's most collectible toy. What minifigure will you build today? It's a mystery!

Individual components 3¾ x 5 x 1¼ in

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO Group. ©2024 The LEGO Group. All rights reserved.


$107.40 • £95.88

Box • 12 x 6.1 in box with lid, 126 full-color puzzle pieces


Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


Four Connecting 100-Piece Puzzles

’Tis the season for a cozy puzzle the whole family can build together: These four individual puzzles connect to create beautifully trimmed tree filled with LEGO® ornaments!

Gather your builders around the table for puzzle fun this holiday season! These four individual 100-piece puzzles join together to create a Christmas tree scene brimming with cheer. Packaged in a gift box that looks like a present ready to be placed under the tree, this jolly puzzle celebrates the spirit of collaborative building. It is perfect for puzzle builders 7+ to cherish during the most wonderful time of the year.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO


$17.95 • £15.99

Box • 7¾ x 11½ in hinged lid, full-color illustration, double-sided

Puzzles / Christmas

Rights: World

On Sale: September 2024


$24.95 • £21.99

Postcards • 6¼ x 4½ in • 100 Pages box, 100 full-color postcards, shrink-wrapped Postcards / Animation

Rights: XJapan

On Sale: October 2024


$14.95 • £11.99

Postcards • 4¾ x 6½ in • 30 Pages 30 postcard designs, full-color throughout Postcards / Animation

Rights: XJapan

On Sale: August 2024


Final Frames from the Feature Films (1984–2023)

Celebrate the captivating worlds of Japanese animation giant Studio Ghibli with volume 2 of the bestselling 100-collectible-postcards series. This extensive collection showcases final frames from Studio Ghibli’s feature-length films, from Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) to The Boy and the Heron (2023). Housed in a luxe keepsake box, these full-color, gorgeously detailed images of beloved characters and iconic scenes are perfect for keeping or sending.

© 2001 Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli, NDDTM

© 1997 Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli, ND

© 1984 Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli, H


Step into the enchanting world of Studio Ghibli’s beloved animated fantasy film Howl’s Moving Castle with this collection of postcards to keep or send. Featuring 30 final frames from the film—all hand-drawn and gorgeously detailed—these postcards are a must-have for animation fans of all ages.

© 2004 Diana Wynne Jones/Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli, NDDMT


$12.95 • £11.99

Journal • 7 x 5 in • 192 Pages flexi-paperback, lined pages, ribbon page marker


Rights: XJapan

On Sale: June 2024


$19.95 • £17.99

Journal • 7¼ x 9¼ in • 128 Pages lay-flat hardcover, foil-stamped cloth, blank pages


Rights: XJapan

On Sale: September 2024


No idea is too small withThe Secret World of Arrietty Journal, featuring rarely seen concept art from the Studio Ghibli classic about a boy, a Borrower, and their unlikely friendship that blossoms into an extraordinary adventure.

Complete with full-color artwork on the front and back covers, five interior spreads of concept art, and spot illustrations throughout, this journal is the perfect keepsake for Studio Ghibli fans and animation enthusiasts of all ages.

© 2010 Mary Norton/Keiko Niwa/Studio Ghibli, NDHDMTW


Let your creativity take flight with this sketchbook celebrating Kiki’s Delivery Service, Studio Ghibli’s beloved coming-of-age story about a resourceful young witch finding her way in the world.

Featuring a tactile cloth cover with iconic imagery from the film foilstamped on the front, lay-flat binding, and extra-thick pages, this sketchbook is perfect for writers, artists, and animation fans alike.

© 1989 Eiko Kadono/Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli, N

Journal • 8 x 6 in • 128 Pages lay-flat hardcover, foil-stamped cloth, lined pages


Rights: XJapan

On Sale: October 2024


$17.95 • £15.99

Journal • 8 x 6 in • 128 Pages lay-flat hardcover, foil-stamped cloth, lined pages

Journals Rights: XJapan

On Sale: October 2024


This gorgeous deluxe notebook features beloved characters from Hayao Miyazaki’s animated classicMy Neighbor Totoro

With a cloth-bound, foil-stamped case, lined pages, and lay-flat binding, this notebook invites you to take inspiration from Hayao Miyazaki’s beloved Totoro! Perfect for writers, notetakers, collectors, and animation fans alike.

© 1988 Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli


This gorgeous deluxe notebook features beloved characters from Studio Ghibli’s award-winning film Spirited Away

With a cloth-bound, foil-stamped case, lined pages, and lay-flat binding, this notebook invites you to bring Hayao Miyazaki’s spirit world with you wherever you go! Perfect for writers, notetakers, collectors, and animation fans alike.

© 2001 Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli, NDDTM

Studio Ghibli was founded in 1985 by animated film directors Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki, and has produced twenty-four feature-length films. Most Studio Ghibli films ranked number one at the box office in Japan in the year in which they were released. The Studio’s SPIRITED AWAY (2001), HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE (2004) and PRINCESS MONONOKE (1997) are among Japan’s top 10 grossing films. Studio Ghibli films have garnered numerous awards and critical acclaim from film critics and animation specialists around the world. SPIRITED AWAY was awarded the Golden Bear as the Best Feature Film at the 2002 Berlin International Film Festival and won the 2002 Academy Awards® for Best Animated Feature Film. In October 2001, Studio Ghibli, in conjunction with The Tokuma Memorial Cultural Foundation for Animation, founded the Ghibli Museum, Mitaka, designed by Hayao Miyazaki. THE WIND RISES (2013), THE TALE OF THE PRINCESS KAGUYA (2013), WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE (2014) and THE RED TURTLE (2016) have earned the studio four consecutive nominations for the Academy Awards® for Best Animated Feature Film. EARWIG AND THE WITCH, was an official selection for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival. The studio’s latest film ThE BOY AND THE HERON, released in Japan on July 14, 2023, has been awarded the Golden Globe, BAFTA and the Academy Award® for Best Animated Feature in 2024. The studio will receive Honorary Palme d’or at the 77th Cannes Film Festival.

9781797233000 $17.95 • £15.99


60 Fun-Filled Activities to Spark Connection and Curiosity

Discover the power of play! Brimming with practical tips and easy-to-follow instructions, this engaging deck features activities the whole family will enjoy. Perfect for weekends, vacations, rainy days, and road trips, these screen-free experiences are proven to stimulate young minds and encourage family connection. The petite, portable package is easy to carry in a tote bag, stash in the glove compartment, or keep handy near the family coat rack for a grab-and-go adventure anytime!

Allison Klein is Founder of Rose & Rex, a play resource for modern families. She holds a dual MSEd degree in Early Childhood and Childhood Education and is an expert on the importance of imaginative play in early childhood development.


$19.95 • £17.99

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6 Dice, Thousands of Nutritious Possibilities


For vegetable lovers, flexitarians, or the ruffage-challenged, this dice set offers a fun new way to eat your veggies. Serve up a healthy dose of creative inspiration for incorporating more vegetables into your life with Eat Your Veggies Dice. Choose all six dice or a select few, shake them up, and reveal a delicious new recipe to try—with thousands and thousands of combinations possible. This set includes a helpful booklet that offers quick guidance, recipes, buying guides, and more.


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50 Recipes for a Better Brew

Mornings are better with Coffee Cards. From TikTok sensation Coffee Bae comes this irresistible deck of 50 recipes for fancy coffee drinks you can easily make at home. Whenever you need a kickstart to your morning or a midday pick-me-up, pull a card from this adorable box to discover an inventive recipe for a delectable, energizing beverage. A photo of every coffee bev and a booklet full of tips for making syrups and stocking your java bar complete this cute package. Wrap it up with a bag of coffee beans, a set of mugs, or a French press, and voila: the perfect gift for a college student, a new homeowner, and anyone who loves, needs, and looks forward to their daily cup of joe.


Vivian Nguyen is the creator of Coffee Bae, a coffee brand and viral social media account where she shares delicious caffeinated concoctions.

35 Year-Round Recipes for Delicious Soups and All the Fixings

From the author of the bestselling Platters and Boards and Every Season Is Soup Season comes this delightful deck of 35 essential recipes for soups and all the fixings. Soup is the ultimate comfort food for all seasons. In a handy box with a sliding tray, discover recipe cards with easy-to-make creamy chowders, hearty chilis, chunky minestrones, fresh gazpachos, and more, plus meat add-ins, crunchy toppings, and zesty drizzles that make enhancing leftovers a breeze. A helpful guidebook includes tips for balancing flavors and storing tasty soups.

Shelly Westerhausen Worcel is a recipe developer, photographer, and the author of the bestselling books Every Season Is Soup Season, Platters and Boards, and Tables and Spreads


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Journal • 8 x 6 in • 144 Pages

2-color lined pages, rounded corners, foil stamped hardcover, elastic band

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Plan a Lifetime of Adventures and Memories BY

Follow your wildest dreams, big and small, with this inspirational journal that helps you discover what you really want out of life and how to make it happen. What’s on your bucket list? World travel, finishing your novel, finally learning to meditate? As long as you can dream it, you can make it happen. The Bucket List Journal is your canvas for exploring insights and ideas and transforming them into customized bucket lists. With different sections mirroring the most meaningful, exciting, and colorful parts of being human, this guided journal will help inspire you to discover what you want most.


A Journal to Wind Down Your Day with Intention

From the acclaimed author of the bestselling Two Minute Mornings (with over 100,000 copies sold!), this calming journal is a quick and easy way to wind down your day, let go of stress, and encourage reflection and good sleeping habits. Establishing a gratitude practice is a simple habit that can have huge positive impacts on your life. Drawn from psychological research, Two Minute Evenings outlines a simple approach to use on your own, with a partner, or with a team or family. Taking just two minutes, it’s a quick and easy reflection that forces your mind to scroll back through the day.


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Journal • 8 x 6 in • 208 Pages rounded corners, ribbon page marker

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Journal • 6¼ x 8¼ in • 144 Pages textured cover, ribbon page marker

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Rethinking Drinking for the Sober and Curious— A Guided


Join the mindful drinking movement: From Millie Gooch, founder of the popular online community Sober Girl Society, comes a practical and upbeat tool for anyone interested in exploring a sober or sober curious lifestyle. Through interactive prompts and activities, mini-essays exploring being alcohol-free in an alcohol-filled world, and hardworking how-tos, this guided journal shows you how to take your sober curiosity from possibility to way of life and find power and freedom in doing so.


A trusty companion for a self love and healing practice, from illustrator and comics creator Hyesu Lee, this journal is a knowing smile and a shared sigh to keep by your side. Welcome to the club! A journal is a safe place to explore, draw, and dream. Hyesu Lee invites you to join her on a self-love journey through journaling practice. Shining a humorous and heartfelt light on the small moments in life that help us turn toward optimism and joy Self-Love Club Journal, like its companion book Self-Love Club, takes a joyous approach to self-acceptance and is full of reminders that no matter where you are in your journey, you are enough, and you are loved.


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Box • 5¼ x 2½ in • 50 Pages tube-shaped box, 50 double-sided sticks, foil on case


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Pick a Stick and Let the Universe Guide You— 50 Sticks with Divine Direction

Angel Numbers are recurring numbers believed by spiritual communities to hold special messages, and that the number you see is the one needed at that moment. This unique divination set allots the ten Angel Numbers (000, 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, 777, 888, 999) to five sticks (for a total of 50 sticks). On each, one side has a message in the theme of the Angel Number, and the other side holds a coinciding prompt—a question or activity—to connect you to the number’s message, all designed to help ground


Approach Your Task, Reset Your Brain

Stuck in a rut on work, chores, homework, or creative projects? Shake yourself out of it with Make It Happen Dice, a decision dice set with over 35 combinations to get you back on track! We all have trouble getting things done sometimes, and this dice set is the perfect tool to get us going! Make It Happen Dice is a set of two dice featuring six ways to approach your tasks and six ways to reset your brain when you’re stuck. Let the dice give you the tips and structure you need to get any task done. The dice feature short phrases that are explained and expanded on in the accompanying booklet.


60 Simple Exercises to Increase Flexibility and Release Tension

Explore the benefits of mindful stretching with this informative deck from the bestselling author of The Yoga Deck. Stretching, when paired with breathwork, is a simple and effective way to relieve tight muscles, increase flexibility, and release tension.


$19.95 • £17.99

Deck • 4 x 6¼ in • 61 Pages box, 61 cards, 12-page booklet, full-color throughout Health & Wellness

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78 Sex Positions to Inspire Bold Moves

From the bestselling Position of the Day series, this playful and provocative oracle deck is the perfect tool for anyone seeking insights on life, love, and sex. Get creative and have fun with 78 mind- (and body-) bending positions! Each card features an illustrated sex position to try (or ponder), along with life advice


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Deck • 6 x 3½ in • 78 Pages box, 78 two-color cards, 16-page booklet

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Color to your butt's content with this imaginative and hilariously funcoloring and activity book from Val Brains, author-illustrator of TheCat Butt Coloring and Activity Book. The Ultimate Butt Coloring and Activity Book is a celebration of humanity’s best side—the backside, that is. With 45 hilarious butt-tastic coloring scenes and bonus activities, this all-ages coloring book provides


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Novelty Book • 7¾ x 3½ in • 12 Pages 12 full-color fold-and-mail envelopes, full-color sticker sheet, foil stamped cover Journals / Keepsakes Rights: World

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Novelty Book • 7¾ x 3½ in • 12 Pages 12 full-color fold-and-mail envelopes, full-color sticker sheet, foil stamped cover Journals / Keepsakes Rights: World

Inspired Letters to My Healing Heart

Write. Reflect. Grow.

Letting go of a past love can be difficult. Give yourself the gift of closure with this unique self-care tool, part of the bestselling Letters to . . . series. Write. Reflect. Grow. Whether you're reeling from a recent breakup, reflecting on past partners and the different versions of yourself they knew, or exploring what love may look like for you now, this keepsake collection of 12 letters is the perfect spot to pour out all the words left unsaid. Fill each note, then postdate and seal them with the included stickers.

Lea Redmond reveals the extraordinary hiding in the ordinary: a saltshaker, a penny, hand gestures, clouds. Lea creates books, toys, games, and small adventures that invite humans of all ages to be curious, playful, and kind.

Maria Ines Gul is a London based artist and designer with a strong interest in expressive portraits, textile narratives, fashion illustration, book design and decorative typography.

Inspired Letters to My Inner Child

Write. Reflect. Grow.

Give the gift of unconditional love to your inner child with this unique self-care tool, part of the bestselling Letters to . . . series. Write. Reflect. Grow. With this keepsake collection of 12 letters, you fill each note with a message to your inner child that only your adult self could impart. Once complete, you can postdate the letters and seal them with the included stickers. Stash the collection away in a place of safekeeping—perhaps a location your childhood self would love and cherish, like a treehouse or time capsule—and return to it later when you need it.

Shawna X is an American artist of Chinese descent, born in Xiamen and raised in Portland, Oregon, currently based in New York City. Known for abstract, bold, and vibrant use of color and motifs, and drawing on personal and culturally nuanced experiences.


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Notecards • 4½ x 5½ in • 16 Pages 16 notecards, foil on box and cards


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A Five-Year Memory Book

The bestselling One Line a Day journal series has sold over 3 million copies! This eye-catching rendition of the classic memorykeeper shines all over with elegant foil-stamped ornamental artwork from artist Dana Tanamachi. More than a daily diary: For those daunted by the idea of keeping a journal or diary, the simple commitment of just One Line a Day is manageable for everyone. This elegant new version of the classic One Line a Day journal features an ornate foliage design enhanced by beautiful foil.


16 Foil-Stamped Notecards & Envelopes

Level up your stationery game with these foil-embellished notecards. Their timeless aesthetic makes them the perfect go-to notecards for any snail-mail occasion, but their ornamental and shiny foil effects make them an outstanding choice for holiday stationery as well. Blank inside and ready for your customization, Gilded Notes—illustrated by Dana Tanamachi, the artist behind the bestselling Nouveau One Line a Day and Gilded One Line a Day memory books—are sure to wow your pen pals and remain a keepsake in their homes for years to come.


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Notecards • 5¼ x 6¼ in • 16 Pages 16 die-cut notecards (4 repeating designs) with envelopes


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Notecards • 5½ x 4½ in • 20 Pages box w/textured lid, 20 full-color notecards & envelopes


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16 Flat Cards and 16 Envelopes


Add a dash of Scandinavian charm to your correspondence with beautiful Dala horse–shaped notecards!

Inspired by the cherished Swedish folk art symbol of good luck and comfort, these die-cut notecards feature four different colorful and festive designs.


20 Notecards and Envelopes

Enhance your correspondence with the classic patterns of Pendleton Woolen Mills, one of America’s most beloved heritage brands, through this colorful set of assorted notecards.

Heritage craftsmanship meets modern elegance in this distinctive stationery set. Featuring a beloved Pendleton design on the front and the pattern's unique origin story on the back, each of the cards in this boxed set of 20 makes a handsome note for any occasion.


$14.95 • £13.99

Journals • 8½ x 6 in • 64 Pages

3 notebooks with twine and hangtag, foil on cover


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Box • 10¾ x 9¼ in • 1 Page box, final puzzle size: 25 x 20 in, insert featuring puzzle image, full-color illustration


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Explore the classic art of Pendleton Woolen Mills, one of America’s most beloved heritage brands, in this bundle of notebooks celebrating the patterns we all adore.

Bring the time-honored style of Pendleton Woolen Mills' Southwest-inspired designs into your daily note taking. The Classic Art of Pendleton Notebook Collection features three paperback notebooks with a unique Pendleton design on each cover, bringing new life to the iconic patterns.


Get ready for some family fun with this colorful jigsaw puzzle featuring classic art from Pendleton Woolen Mills, one of America’s most beloved heritage brands. This 1,000-piece puzzle comes together to reveal beloved classic art from Pendleton Woolen Mills. Perfect for bringing the whole family together but just as fun to take on solo, this puzzle showcases the lively colors, styles, and patterns that Pendleton is known for. Once completed, this puzzle displays a timeless image reflecting the comfort, warmth, and nostalgia of Pendleton's popular blankets.


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Box • 2.5 x 2.5 in • 51 Card tin box, 51 cards (2" x 2"), rounded corners


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Box • 2.5 x 2.5 in • 51 Card tin box, 51 cards (2" x 2"), rounded corners

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After Dinner Amusements: Guess That Name!

50 Cards with 250 Famous Figures

Pull a card and try to figure out the historical, fictional, or celebrity names your teammates are clueing you into in this fast-paced guessing game! Split the players into teams of two. One player draws a card and holds it to their forehead without reading it. Their teammate picks one of the five names on the card and tries to help their partner guess it as quickly as possible within one minute. If they get the right name fast, they can continue with the other two names on the card or take a new card and continue to play. After one minute, play switches to the next team. The team with the most correct answers wins!

After Dinner Amusements: Ghoulish Games

50 Ideas for Frightening Fun

Get your spooky on with Ghoulish Games, a haunting addition to our bestselling After Dinner Amusements series! Prepare to scare yourself silly with the 50 easy-to-play games in this take-anywhere tin. Activities range from classics like “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board” to new offerings like “Tarot Charades,” “Pass the Possession,” or “Frankenstory.”

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Box • 3½ x 5 in • 140 Pages box, 140 trivia cards, full-color throughout Games / Trivia

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Box • 3½ x 5 in • 140 Pages box, 140 trivia cards, full-color throughout Games / Charades

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Let your knowledge flow like wine!

This handsome, portable box holds 140 multiple-choice trivia questions about all things wine, from grape varieties and varietals, wine regions and winemaking to history, pop culture, and more. Compete against your friends and family to see who will win the label of head sommelier!


Gather your adult friends for this hilariously dirty twist on the classic game of charades. This delectably packaged party game includes 140 cards, each with three prompts to choose from. Topics include innuendos, euphemisms, books, music, pop culture, sex positions, and more. Help your partner or team guess the answer without speaking a word by acting out the phrase or miming individual clues to each word. Any way you play, these 420 titillating prompts are sure to spice up game night!


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Box • 6½ x 2¼ in • 50 Pages box, 50 sticks

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Bibliophiles, rejoice: It’s time to uncover your book smarts!

This eye-catching portable box holds 140 multiple-choice questions covering a range of classic and contemporary literature from around the world, including fun facts about authors, characters, plot points, adaptations, and more!


Uncover new and surprising details about your family with these all ages-friendly "have you ever" conversation starters. With 100 prompts on 50 double sided sticks, packaged in a handy, portable box, this family edition party game is perfect for bringing along on family outings or to make game night an entertaining and laugh out loud event. Pick a stick and read the question aloud for everyone to answer. One side of the stick serves easy and lighthearted questions while the other side challenges your friends and family to answer gently embarrassing questions.


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