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Embrace your inner goblin! Learn to decorate, dress, craft, forage, and live according to the goblin principles of community, diversity, and joyful mess.
Jun 27, 2023
The Essential Cocktail Deck
Shake up your next get-together with this indispensable deck of 50 cards featuring classic and unique cocktail recipes.
Jun 20, 2023
The Hidden World of Gnomes
A delightful introduction and collection of facts about the secret lives of gnomes that will charm and fascinate readers of all ages.
Jun 20, 2023
Transforming literary classics into bookish apparel and accessories since 2010 We are thrilled to announce that Out of Print products are now available to order for retailers from our PRH Self-Service site! Designed with readers in mind, Out of Print’s literary-themed merchandise includes shirts, tote bags, bookmarks, socks, enamel pins, and so much more. Featuring
One warm August day in 1973 at a back-to-school block party in the Bronx, hip-hop was born. The melting pot of the city brought together the music and culture of the Caribbean islands with the African-American sonic heritage of jazz, soul, blues, and funk, combined it with the need to give a voice to the
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is breaking records and finally taking fans on a much-anticipated new adventure. With more than 10 millions copies sold shortly after its release, gamers are firmly in the grips of a Zelda craze. Nearly forty years old, the Zelda franchise is beloved for its iconic characters, rich
From New York Times bestselling creator of Tomorrow I’ll Be Brave comes a delightful picture book following an inquisitive little letter “u” as she goes on a class field trip to find out all the ways letters are seen and used in the world. It’s the annual “Find Yourself Field Trip” at Ms. Bracket’s School of Little Letters,
Sometimes it feels like wellness culture is made for the already well: those with thin able bodies, disposable income, oodles of spare time, and decent mental health. For the rest of us, the standards of “wellness” can feel unreachable, often bound up in existing biases against race, class, gender, ability, and body size. Even if