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Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first humans to walk on the moon on July 20th, 1969. Since then, space exploration continues to fascinate and propel science and entrepreneurs. However, NASA has recently been “trending” for another reason–their cameras cut out just after showing an unidentified flying object leading to questions and conspiracy theories […]

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You’ve read The Girls now what? Emma Cline’s coming-of-age novel, about a teen girl who gets involved with one of the most infamous cults in American history, has become one of the favorite books of the summer. If you loved reading or listening to it and are looking for more, try these similarly cult-themed titles in both fiction and nonfiction. Click for More […]

Back in July, beach chairs gave way to backpacks on store shelves since many students start school in mid-August, bringing summer “learning loss” to a halt. This week we present an array of books for students, teachers, parents, librarians, and concerned citizens. Topics range from first-day jitters to trenchant analyses of, and prescriptions for, improving how […]

This Throw Back Thursday we’re showing you some photography gems from our backlist to help strengthen your collection. Ever wanted to draw a comic, but wasn’t sure how to begin? From Extraordinary Everyday Photography to Bryan Peterson’s Exposure Solutions to Capture the Moment, these bestselling and upcoming titles will teach you how to be the […]

This Throw Back Thursday we’re showing you some of our favorite fine arts books from our backlist to help strengthen your collection. Feeling artistically inspired but don’t know where to start? From Modern Printmaking to Classic Human Anatomy in Motion to The Watercolor Course You’ve Always Wanted, these titles will teach you how to be […]