1) A permanent edition of their extremely popular reporter’s notebook, and 2) a limited-edition pen made from wood reclaimed from an iconic Chicago building constructed in the aftermath of the Great Fire of 1871.
A visual overview of the innovative covers that have put Penguin Classics at the forefront of the book design world
A modern, no-nonsense guide to getting rid of email anxiety, reclaiming your productivity, and spending more time on the work that matters.
This charming and entertaining book series is a fantastic way to introduce kids to famous historic figures (and some surprisingly deep themes).
An ode to the importance of linguistic style (and a super fun read, besides).
Take control of the built in Preview app with this new Take Control ebook.
An upcoming book that will show you where things in the universe (and in our world) actually came from.
The perfect kit for beginner bookbinders and craft makers.
A collection of mini-biographies about interesting people throughout history and culture.
Baron Fig’s new softcover notebook, which comes in two colors and three sizes.
An upcoming book by the people behind AtlasObscura.com that aims to celebrate over 600 of the world’s strangest curiosities and marvels.
A simple and elegant notebook that opens flat and lets you keep your favorite writing utensil always at the ready.
A book of over 160 designs (spanning two years’ worth of work) torn from the sketchbooks and drawing tables of the guys at CreatureBox.
A dark, very long web series that follows the story of a “parahuman” girl named Taylor Hebert, who tries to use her superpowers for good but discovers it isn’t always that easy.
The sight of one of these reporter’s notebooks being whipped out and flipped open is a sure sign that somebody is about to write down something important.