A book about the weird, funny, and awe-inspiring stories from astronauts about their time in space.
Perfectly holds your place in any book without damaging the pages, and even has a spot in the middle to keep reading glasses.
This 2nd volume benchtop reference (following the original 2018 edition) collects hundreds of ingenious and indispensable shop tips that will help you work smarter, easier, and more efficiently.
This old world can be exhausting, despairing, and cynical. But you don’t have to be.
Win points for taste over style with this upcoming collection of more than 80 recipes.
Easily the most eye-catching and whimsical children’s book about nanoscience.
A unique encyclopedia of coffee makers, featuring all the different kinds of coffee makers produced to date, photographed in the homes of collectors from all over the world.
Need a break…now? This book offers 50 hilarious and effective activities designed to entertain kids while you lie down.
The award-winning actor and food obsessive offers an intimate and charming memoir of his life in and out of the kitchen.
A dictionary of made-up words for emotions that we all feel but don’t have the words to express.
Featuring hundreds of works of art from individuals and teams around the world, this coffee table book serves as an inspiration and historical collection covering more than a decade of design on the iOS platform.
Mark exact passages you’d like to return to without damaging your books’ pages.
An in-depth study on how people have been using technology to shape their sonic environment over the past century, and the unexpected effects it could be having on us.
Celebrate the culinary wonders of the globe and find food’s central place in our lives through history, culture, and travel. A must-read for anyone who eats.
In the same vein as Big Ideas for Curious Minds, this book is a wonderful introduction to big concepts that can help kids both understand themselves and make sense of the world around them.
In a world where addictive technology is designed to buy and sell our attention, and our value is determined by our 24/7 data productivity, it can seem impossible to escape. But in this inspiring field guide to dropping out of the attention economy, artist and critic Jenny Odell shows us how we can still win back our lives.