Ancient wisdom on anger control for modern readers.
A stunning, definitive monograph of the illustrative work of acclaimed mid-century artist Charley Harper.
Pre-order ‘How-To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems’ by Randall Munroe of XKCD
The world’s most entertaining and useless self-help guide, from the brilliant mind behind the wildly popular webcomic xkcd and previous bestsellers What If? and Thing Explainer. — (Releases September 3rd, 2019)
This fresh, authoritative translation captures the beauty of this ancient poem — as well as the drama of its narrative — in a way that will be treasured by a new generation of readers.
A blueprint for growing a lean and agile business that can survive every type of economic climate.
An imaginative, thought-provoking book to awaken your senses and attune them to the things that matter in your life. (Releases May 7th, 2019)
100 recipes and an assortment of ingenious kitchen hacks that show kitchen beginners how to throw together great food without any fuss.
Three brightness settings and flexible adjustment make this reading light a no-brainer of a purchase.
Networking advice for anyone who’s ever cancelled a coffee date due to social anxiety.
The beloved Marvel Universe of comics characters, brought to thrilling life as only Alex Ross can.
A practical, guilt-trip-free guide on what any person can do to reduce their carbon footprint and transition to a low-energy and low-emission lifestyle.
One of the books recommended for biology-fascinated kids, updated once again to reflect the latest medical information. (Releases March 12th, 2019)
An obsessively geeky study of how classic sci-fi movies use typography to draw us in to their imagined worlds.
The dramatic human story of an epic scientific quest and of one man’s forty-year obsession to find a solution to the thorniest scientific dilemma of the 18th century: the “longitude problem.”
The third book in a fun series that presents modern science and astronomy in a way that’s easy for kids of all ages to understand.
Illustrated letters to children about why we read, by 121 of the most inspiring humans in our world. (Releases December 31st, 2018)
Vanderpoel’s visionary manual on color theory, originally published in 1902, has finally been given a proper modern treatment.
An intimate portrait of Charles Darwin and the making of his theory of evolution.