A wonderful children’s book that helps kids deal with losing a loved one
Some of today’s most exciting comic artists tell the graphic stories of some of history’s boldest creative mavericks – Walt Whitman, Oscar Wilde, Josephine Baker, Henry Miller, Gertrude Stein, Thelonious Monk, and more:
A tender illustrated story about loneliness, loyalty, and the gift of friendship — the loveliest picture-book to come by in ages:
“He exalted the nature around and within us. His work is an expression of primal joy: He celebrated our animal senses, and the pleasures of being alive.”
Walt Whitman’s iconic “Song of Myself,” in magical word-by-word illustrations by artist Allen Crawford:
A charming illustrated field guide to mythic monsters, from Gremlins to zombies to the Kraken
A beautiful reminder that despite its occasional cruelties, life is mostly joyful, radiant, and above all ever-flowing.
“It is in our nature to explore, to reach out into the unknown. The only true failure would be not to explore at all.”
Shackleton’s historic expedition to Antarctica 100 years ago, wonderfully illustrated
Freud’s life and legacy, in a comic:
The great Sir Quentin Blake’s quirky illustrated alphabet
Lemony Snicket is back with a charming story about curiosity, the imagination and the subjectivity of observation, illustrated by his wife, Lisa Brown
Why life is like jazz on a New York City rooftop – a lovely illustrated ode to finding a sense of purpose and belonging in the big city
Into the black hole of the human soul in acrylic and ink.
Down the rabbit hole of creative magic, one truly mad hatter at a time.
French artist Benjamin Lacombe’s hauntingly beautiful illustrations for Poe’s Tales of the Macabre
A wonderful graphic novel about acceptance, belonging, and the travails of youth, inspired by Charlotte Brönte’s Jane Eyre