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  1. Happiness Is . . . 2016 Daily Calendar

    Happiness Is . . . 2016 Daily Calendar

    By Ralph Lazar, By Lisa Swerling

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    Featuring illustrations from the irresistible book Happiness Is . . . , this daily calendar offers something to be happy about every single day of the year. Happiness Is . . . an unexpected bouquet, cheese, being different, a good high-five, and so much more!


  2. Kindergarten Luck

    Kindergarten Luck

    By Louise Borden, Illustrated by Genevieve Godbout

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    What makes a lucky day?One gloomy morning, Theodore found a bright, shiny penny on the way down to breakfast. There was Abraham Lincoln, face up. What luck! "Oh THANK you, Mr. Famous President!" Theodore said. And he tucked that shiny, new penny in his pocket.Follow T


  3. Knit

    Knit Fashion, Art, Community

    By Samantha Elliot

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    Knit is an exciting and dynamic design area, with new technologies opening up a wealth of creative possibilities for designers, as well as innovative uses of traditional techniques. Witty, hyper-real and luxurious designs are being used by fashion designers, while artists, activists, and community groups are reinterpreting the medium to stunning and surprising effect. This showcase of the best knitted textiles around the world is divided into three key areas: fashion, art, and community. In fashion, the book features beautiful and innovative constructions from designers such as Mark Fast, Christian Wijnants, and Sibling. The art chapter includes Annette Streyl's knitted architectural sculptures and Isobel Berglund's floating installations. Examples of experimental public work from guerrilla knitting collectives, such as B-Arbeiten's yarnbombing, is represented in the community section.


  4. 642 Tiny Things to Draw

    642 Tiny Things to Draw

    By Chronicle Books

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    This pocket-sized drawing journal is packed with just as much clever, imaginative fun as the original bestselling 642 Things to Draw. All 642 drawing prompts invite doodlers to draw teeny-tiny things—from "a keyhole" and "a marble" to "an atom" and "your house, from space." Sure to keep creative folks inspired on the go, or wherever the doodle bug strikes!


  5. 642 Tiny Things to Write About

    642 Tiny Things to Write About

    By Chronicle Books

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    The next installment in the bestselling series presents 642 writing prompts in an irresistible new format. Delightful and thought-provoking, this book is perfect for stumped writers, journalers, or any creative type needing a tiny flash of inspiration.


  6. Land & Sea Flexi Journal

    Land & Sea Flexi Journal

    By Donna Wilson

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    A visual journey through the forests, trails, rainy skies, and sunny seas of Donna Wilson's fantastical world, this colorful journal is sure to spark creative inspiration.


  7. Land & Sea Notepads

    Land & Sea Notepads

    By Donna Wilson

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    Add some adventure to everyday notes and lists with this duo of charmingly illustrated notepads.


  8. Land & Sea Notes

    Land & Sea Notes

    By Donna Wilson

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    Festooned with friendly creatures, these all occasion notecards offer the perfect way to say "hey" to a special someone.


  9. See Things Differently Tote Bag

    See Things Differently Tote Bag

    By Chronicle Books

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    See Things Differently with the Chronicle Books 2015 tote bag!


  10. 30 Years of Emerging Voices

    Thirty Years of Emerging Voices Idea, Form, Resonance

    By The Architectural League of New York

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    The prestigious Emerging Voices Award was created in 1982 by the Architectural League of New York to showcase the work of early- to mid-career North American architects.


  11. Amy Butler Decoupage

    Amy Butler Decoupage Fresh, Decorative Projects for the Home

    By Amy Butler, Photographs by David Butler

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    Add Amy Butler's unique design sensibility to furniture, lamps, vases, picture frames, and more with decoupage. Featuring a 28-page booklet offering step-by-step instructions for 12 projects using this simple technique, plus 80 sheets of decoupage-weight paper printed with 19 of Amy's


  12. Business Baby

    Business Baby Getting Things Done, One Tantrum at a Time

    By Alex Beckerman

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    Little tykes may not have MBAs or PowerPoint skills, but every parent knows who's boss. And it's not the one who can count to three. It's only natural: the toddler skill set is perfectly suited to the corporate world. They're incredibly good at delegating, they're (literally) climbers, and they'll happily give you the business all day long.


  13. Funny on Purpose

    Funny on Purpose The Definitive Guide to an Unpredictable Career in Comedy Standup + Improv + Sketch + TV + Writing + Directing + YouTube

    By Joe Randazzo, Foreword by John Hodgman

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    It takes guts to be a comedian, and it takes smarts to make a living off it. In this insider's guide, former Onion editor Joe Randazzo delivers a funny and insightful blueprint for those looking to turn their sense of humor into a vocation.


  14. Remake

    Remake Master Works of Art Reimagined

    By Jeff Hamada

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    Imagine stepping inside Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring or Hopper's Nighthawks. That's the effect achieved by modern-day photographers, artists, students, and creatives within the pages of this one-of-a-kind book.


  15. Henry Howard

    Henry Howard Louisiana's Architect

    By Robert Brantley

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    Few nineteenth-century architects ventured far from the pattern-book styles of their time. One architect not constrained by tradition was the Irish-born American Henry Howard, who started as a carpenter and stair builder in 1836 New York and arrived in New Orleans the following year, soon establishing a reputation for distinctive designs that blended American and European trends.


  16. The New Sri Lankan House

    The New Sri Lankan House

    By Robert Powell, Illustrated by Sebastian Posingis

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    The New Sri Lankan House charts the development of private houses in the 21st century in a variety of locations around the island. Most are the work of 'home-grown' architects, many of whom are indebted to the influence of the island's most famous son, Geoffrey Bawa.


  17. Ladders

    Ladders - Second Edition

    By Albert Pope, Preface by Pier Vittorio Aureli

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    Albert Pope's 1996 seminal book Ladders is now available in a second edition.


  18. Minka: My Farmhouse in Japan

    Minka: My Farmhouse in Japan Second Edition

    By John Roderick

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    In 1959 journalist John Roderick joined the Tokyo bureau of the Associated Press. There, he befriended a Japanese family, the Takishitas. After musing offhandedly that he would like to one day have his own house in Japan, the family—unbeknownst to John—set out to grant his wish.


  19. Waste Free Kitchen Handbook

    Waste Free Kitchen Handbook

    By Dana Gunders

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    Despite a growing awareness of food waste, many well-intentioned home cooks lack the tools to change their habits. This handbook—packed with engaging checklists, simple recipes, practical strategies, and educational infographics—is the ultimate tool for reducing food waste


  20. 20 Over 80

    20 Over 80 Conversations with Legends of Architecture and Design

    By Aileen Kwun, By Bryn Smith

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    Twenty Over Eighty features profiles and interviews with twenty creative professionals over the age of eighty who have dedicated their lifetimes to design. In revealing conversations with creative minds from a broad variety of fields—from architecture and advertising to furniture, product, industrial, and graphic design—design writers Aileen Kwun and Bryn Smith spotlight makers and thinkers who continue to experiment, innovate, and make vital contributions to their disciplines well into their eighth decade. Twenty Over Eighty is not only a record of their remarkable histories and experiences, but also a source of knowledge and inspiration for contemporary creatives and generations of designers to come.


  21. Unlearning to Draw

    Unlearning to Draw Learning to See

    By Peter Jenny

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    Unlearning to Draw looks to the art of children and outsider artists for inspiration, advocating a return to carefree, untrained drawing and a renewed focus on the joys of making rather than on the end result.


  22. The Eat Like a Man Guide to Feeding a Crowd

    The Eat Like a Man Guide to Feeding a Crowd How to Cook for Family, Friends, and Spontaneous Parties

    By Ryan D'Agostino, Foreword by Bryan Voltaggio, Introduction by David Granger, Introduction by Mario Batali

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    This welcome follow-up to Esquire's wildly popular Eat Like a Man cookbook is the ultimate resource for guys who want to host big crowds and need the scaled-up recipes, logistical advice, and mojo to pull it off whether they're cooking breakfast for a houseful of weekend guests, producing an epic spread for the playoffs, or planning the backyard BBQ that trumps all.


  23. Hope and Other Luxuries

    Hope and Other Luxuries A Mothers Life with a Daughters Anorexia

    By Clare B. Dunkle

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    Clare Dunkle seemed to have an ideal life—two beautiful, high-achieving teenage daughters, a loving husband, and a satisfying and successful career as a children's book novelist. But it's when you let down your guard that the ax falls.


  24. Rock, Meet Window

    Rock, Meet Window A Father-Son Story

    By Jason Good

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    This funny and poignant memoir from celebrated familyman blogger Jason Good delves into the magic, fails, and meaning of fatherhood. Here he shares the story of his father, a charismatic, communicative, and affectionate man who taught him how to live and how to be a dad to his own two young sons.


  25. See for Yourself

    See for Yourself A Visual Guide to Everyday Beauty

    By Rob Forbes

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    This accessible handbook from design guru Rob Forbes uncovers the beauty in the commonplace and reveals how visual thinking can enrich our lives. In friendly text complemented by photographs taken on his travels around the world, Forbes explains how to appreciate the design elements t


  26. The Art of Inside Out

    The Art of Inside Out

    Introduction by Pete Docter, Foreward by Amy Poehler

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    From an adventurous balloon ride above the clouds to a monster-filled metropolis, Academy Award®- winning director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Up”) has taken audiences to unique and imaginative places. In Disney Pixar’s original movie “Inside Out,” he will take us to the most extraordinary location of all—inside the mind.


  27. The Kitchen Art Studio

    The Kitchen Art Studio Learning to See

    By Peter Jenny

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    The Kitchen Art Studio turns the old adage "Don't play with your food" on its head by encouraging readers to discover the creative energy hidden in their pantry.


  28. Fashion Visionaries

    Fashion Visionaries

    By Linda Watson

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    Featuring 75 of the world's most legendary designers, this book presents the story of fashion through the fascinating personal lives and innovative collections that have shaped the field over the past century.


  29. Sewing for Fashion Designers

    Sewing for Fashion Designers

    By Anette Fischer

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    This comprehensive guide explores all the fundamental sewing methods and introduces professional garment construction. Chapter One introduces sewing tools and machinery (including industrial machines). It discusses how to work with patterns and explains cutting-out methods. Chapter Two is devoted to different fabrics and how they work, focusing on the construction of a garment, including fastenings and trimmings, and the use of materials to support structured pieces, such as corsets. Hand sewing techniques and basic seams are explored in Chapter Three. Techniques are demonstrated with step-by-step photographic guides combined with technical drawings. A guide to making garment details and decorations, such as pockets, waistlines, and necklines, is found in Chapter Four. Chapter Five addresses fabric-specific techniques, for everything from lace to neoprene. The best technical approaches to use for pattern cutting and construction are discussed for each fabric. Catwalk images demonstrate how these kinds of techniques are employed by designers.


  30. A Nest Is Noisy

    A Nest Is Noisy

    By Dianna Hutts Aston, Illustrated by Sylvia Long

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    From the award-winning creators of An Egg Is Quiet, A Seed Is Sleepy, A Butterfly Is Patient, and A Rock Is Lively comes this gorgeous and informative look at the fascinating world of nests. From tiny bee hummingbird nests to orangutan nests high i


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