Published Books

Doug the Pug: The Coloring and Activity Book

Get in on the fun with the “King of Pop Culture” Doug the Pug as he eats his way around the world in this delightful coloring book, packed with dozens of illustrations and fun activities.

Whether he’s cozying up on the couch with take out and television, hanging out with celebrities on the red carpet,

The New Paris: The People, Places, and Ideas Fueling a Movement

The city long-adored for its medieval beauty, old-timey brasseries, and corner cafés has even more to offer today. In the last few years, a flood of new ideas and creative locals has infused a once-static, traditional city with a new open-minded sensibility and energy. Journalist Lindsey Tramuta offers detailed insight into the rapidly evolving worlds

Candy Is Magic: Real Ingredients, Modern Recipes

This game-changing candy cookbook from the owner of Quin, a popular Portland-based candy company, offers more than 200 achievable recipes using real, natural ingredients for everything from flavor-packed fruit lollipops to light-as-air marshmallows.

Chai Tea Lollipops, Honey and Sea Salt Marshmallows, Chocolate Pretzel Caramels, Cherry Cola Gumdrops—this is not your average candy, or your average candy book. Candy-maker

Simple Fare: Spring and Summer

Simple Fare: Spring and Summer is a richly illustrated resource focused on seasonal, market-driven cooking. Centered on satisfying meals and balanced flavor profiles, Simple Fare consists of 65 seasonal, elegant, but paredback recipes for classic dishes. All of the dishes—such as Chive Gnudi with Brown Butter and Chanterelle Mushrooms, or Crispy Chicken with Garlic Toast,

Let’s Find Momo!: A Hide-and-Seek Board Book

He’s back! Everyone’s favorite hide-and-seek border collie returns in this colorful, kid-friendly photography board book.   Look for Momo hiding on a farm, in a bookstore, at a construction site, and in other unlikely locations (the photos are also loaded with other hidden objects for kids and parents to find together). Perfect for bedtime reading, car trips,

Bake Sales Are My B*tch: Win the Food Allergy Wars with 60+ Recipes to Keep Kids Safe and Parents Sane

Living the food allergy life and having a kid who can’t have dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, or soy is not easy. And neither is worrying about accommodating all the food requirements at a play date.

From avoiding major food allergens and respecting food preferences like vegetarian or vegan to being aware of religious practices like

I Did My Homework in My Head: (And Other Wacky Things Kids Say)

Based on the hit Instagram @LivefromSnackTime, here are irresistible quotes from the elementary school classroom that prove kids really do say the darndest things–and even more so when their parents aren’t around. NYC school teacher Alyssa Cowit was so surprised by the funny things her students would say that she started an Instagram account

The Exquisite Book of Paper Flower Transformations: Playing with Size, Shape, and Color to Create Spectacular Paper Arrangements

In The Exquisite Book of Paper Flower Arrangements, artist Livia Cetti ups the ante with a host of grander and more intricate flowers and projects—more blooms, more petals, stronger stems, and bigger, bolder arrangements! Cetti will teach you how to play with size, shape, color, and texture to create 25 vibrant single stems in a

Hope Blooms

“Beautifully written…a story you won’t forget. –Kristan Higgins, New York Times bestselling author

When tragedy destroys everything you’ve built, how do you find the strength to go on? In Jamie Pope’s powerful novel, one woman must come to terms with grief—and a passionate but uncertain chance at remaking her future.

In one shattering instant, schoolteacher

Add a Pinch: Easier, Faster, Fresher Southern Classics

With a foreword by Ree Drummond, this beautiful book has 100 easier, faster, lightened-up Southern recipes, from the blogger behind the popular Add a Pinch website.

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