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Monument Man

The Life & Art of Daniel Chester French

"It is a thing as rare as it is welcome—an authoritative book about a visual artist that is both well written and jargon free, and that seamlessly addresses a professional audience as well as the general reader."—WSJ

A Colorful Life

Gere Kavanaugh, Designer

The designer Gere Kavanaugh is an irrepressible force of nature who epitomized the craft and folk vibe of the '60s and '70s California design scene and remains a larger-than-life personality today.

The ABC's of Triangle, Square, Circle

The Bauhaus and Design Theory

This extraordinary manual broke new ground when first published in 1991 and is reprinted here in a gorgeous new hardcover edition for the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus.

The Gardener Says

Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom

Ranging from humorous to poignant, discover quotes from gardeners, poets, philosophers, and landscape designers highlighting the joys and challenges of gardening.

My Island

Gorgeous, colorful illustrations accompany this gentle yet impactful story about a young girl who imagines a lovely island, which celebrates the imagination of young readers.

Otto and Pio

"Dubuc doesn't insist that readers warm right up to new or strange situations. It takes a long time, sometimes, for creatures to learn to love each other." —Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

Observer's Notebook

Birds

Learn to identify a bird by its silhouette in the sky, peruse diagrams and drawings of bird anatomy, nests, and eggs, and gather your nature reflections in a new Observer's Notebook.

Stamp Bugs

25 stamps + 2 ink pads + box

Bumblebees, dragonflies, fireflies—the possibilities are endless! Stamp Bugs contains twenty-five stamps in an assortment of bug bodies, antennae, and legs with two ink pads.