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Roger Price

Roger Price, along with Leonard Stern, created "Mad Libs," first published in 1958. The series has been a favorite among kids of all ages ever since. Price was well known for his comedy writing. In the 1950s, he created and developed cartoons called Droodles, which were turned into a television show. Price also worked with Bob Hope on a newspaper humor column and also appeared on Broadway in Tickets, Please! 

Books

Books in Bloom

Springtime means warmer weather, a season of renewal, and fresh new books perfect for spring holidays, blooming garden parties, and outdoor adventures! Whether you’re hosting the holidays or looking to flex your green thumb, we have everything you need to gift, garden, and grow this spring. Check out our highlights below to browse our favorite

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Game Night Favorites for Staying In

Holiday gatherings are the perfect time to break out those puzzles and board games! Just like your grandmother’s famous pumpkin pie or your family’s favorite seasonal movie that you re-watch every year, a great game that gathers everyone around the kitchen table is a can’t-miss part of the holidays. Whether you’re hosting a lively Friendsgiving,

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Barbiecore: Paint it Pink

While we’re all anxiously awaiting Greta Gerwig’s new Barbie movie, which has already reached an iconic status just through the trailers, it’s time to reevaluate and reclaim the aesthetic joys of American girlhood. Barbiecore, my friends, is about more than just wearing pink. Embracing the Barbiecore ethos means flaunting your vintage Polly Pocket collection, discussing

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Hats Off to Amazing Graduates and Teachers!

School’s (almost) out for summer, and it’s time to celebrate graduates and the hardworking teachers that got them there! Wish graduates good luck in their next phase of life, whether they’re graduating from kindergarten or college. For those moving into adulthood, give them something to inspire them on their journey, like Do One Thing Every

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