Best wishes, best regards: The History of Schitt’s Creek by Daniel & EugÃ¨ne LÃ©vy
This beautifully produced keepsake coffee table book is the ultimate celebration of the series, the city, the characters and the spirit that is Schitt Creek. Capturing the essence and chemistry of the six seasons of what is now considered one of the most groundbreaking comedy television series of the past decade, Best wishes, best regards is a gift for fans around the world who have made the series their own.
David Fincher: Mind Games by Adam Nayman
David Fincher: Mind Games is the definitive critical and visual study of Oscar and Golden Globe nominated works by director David Fincher. From feature films to its MTV clips and TV series, each chapter weaves production history with original critical analysis, as well as behind-the-scenes photographs, stills and original illustrations.
Hip-Hop (and other stuff) by Shea Serrano
Hip Hop (and other stuff) speaks, so to speak, of rap, but also of other things. It’s a smart, fun, funny, and insightful book that spends all of its time celebrating what has become the most dominant form of music over the past two and a half decades. Tupac is in there. Jay Z is in there. Missy Elliott is in there. Drake is in there. Almost all of the big names are there, as are a bunch of smaller names.
This book is the first-ever retrospective dedicated to the legendary filmmaker in North America and features hundreds of original production materials, including never-before-seen artwork outside of the Studio Ghibli archives. Conceptual sketches, character designs, storyboards, layouts, backgrounds, and production cells of his early career through his 11 feature films provide insight into Miyazaki’s creative process and techniques. masterful animation.
The lyrics: from 1956 to the present day by Paul McCartney
A work of unparalleled candor and splendid beauty, Words celebrates the creative life and musical genius of Paul McCartney through 154 of his most significant songs. With images from McCartney’s personal archives – handwritten texts, paintings and photographs, hundreds of unpublished works –Words, spanning sixty-four years, becomes the definitive literary and visual record of one of the greatest songwriters of all time.
BOOKS ON BOOKS
Bibliophile: various thorns
This richly illustrated and broadly inclusive collection showcases the works of authors who are often under-represented in the literary world. Using their in-depth knowledge and deep love for all things literary, co-authors Jamise Harper (founder of the Diverse Spines literary community) and Jane Mount (author of Bibliophile) have collaborated to create an essential volume filled with treasure for every reader. .
The old sticker book: Bibliophilia
Here, quotes from classic literary works are illuminated in the form of stickers. Adorn your journal with a quote or sticker to add another dimension to your project. Peel and decorate or browse and indulge in the beauty of this lush sticker book unlike any other. A treasure trove of authentic historical ornate Victorian prints can live on their own, be used on stationery and packaging, or create a stunning collage.
Around the world in 80 books: a literary journey
To trace the vast landscape of world literature today, Damrosch explores how writers live in two very different worlds: the world of their personal experience and the world of books that enabled great writers to give form and meaning to their life. In his literary cartography, Damrosch includes fascinating contemporary works as well as timeless classics, harsh detective novels as well as haunting fantasy works and formative tales that introduce us, children, to the world we enter.
The New York Times Book Review: 125 Years of Literary History
Bursting with remarkable reporting and photography, this magnificent book brings together interesting reviews, untold anecdotes about famous writers and spicy exchanges of letters. Here are the early versions of novels we now consider masterpieces, including a forgotten part of Anne … the Green Gable House and a Mrs. Dalloway rave, as well as reviews and essays by Langston Hughes. , Eudora Welty, James Baldwin, Nora Ephron and Suite.
Shelf life: Chronicles of a Cairo bookseller by Nadia Wassef
In 2002, with her sister Hind and their friend Nihal, she founded Diwan, a fiercely independent bookstore. They were three young women with no business diploma, no formal training and nothing to lose. At the time, nothing like Diwan existed in Egypt. Culture languished under government mismanagement, and books were seen as a luxury, not a necessity. Ten years later, Diwan had become a smash hit, with ten locations, 150 employees, and a staunch fan base.
My reading life: a reading journal by Anne Bogel
Anne Bogel brings you relevant playlists for every popular genre and season. It even helps you determine the types of books you would most like to read based on your interests. You’ll also appreciate the sleek and compact design, perfect for going to the library, bookstore, or your next book club gathering. Much more than just a journal, this book is a joyful celebration of the written word, which will greatly enrich every day of your reading life.
Black Food: stories, art and recipes from across the African diaspora edited by Bryant Terry
In this breathtaking and deeply heartfelt tribute to black culinary ingenuity, Bryant Terry captures the broad and divergent voices of the African diaspora through the prism of food. With contributions from over 100 black cultural luminaries around the world, the book traverses chapters exploring parts of the black experience, from homeland to migration, from spirituality to the black future, offering delicious recipes, moving essays and striking works of art.
Cravings: All Together: Recipes to Love by Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen has always found a great sense of fun in the kitchen, but more than ever she turns to the stove for comfort and warmth. Now Chrissy is sharing the recipes that have supported her and her family, the ones that made her feel like everything was going to be okay. Recipes for a classic cozy red lentil soup, ingenious Chrissy’s signatures like PB&J-stuffed French toast and meatloaf wrapped in Wellington puff pastry, and family favorites like her Thai-style Sloppy Joes. Mother Pepper and John’s Saturday Morning Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes will make you feel like you’re pulling a chair to her table.
Southern Grit: 100+ Homemade Recipes for the Modern Cook by Kelsey Barnard Clark
In Southern Grit, Kelsey Barnard Clark features over 100 recipes designed to be shared with family and friends. Indulge your loved ones with delicious modern Southern fare including Bomb Nachos, Savannah Peach Sangria, Drippin ‘Roast Chicken and Veg, and six Variations of Icebox Cookies.
Antoni: Let’s go to dinner by Antoni Porowski
From pulled chicken nachos, carbonara pasta with green onions and peas or a pan-seared steak with harissa butter and crispy potatoes, it’s all good for after-work evenings or casual receptions. Antoni shows how to boost flavor, whip up exciting dinners from pantry staples, create new take on classics by swapping out a surprising ingredient, and create a vegan cereal bowl with catchy flavors. In addition, it reveals the secret weapons of each kitchen that allow you to quickly get good food on the table.
Celebrate with Kim-Joy: cute cakes and pastries to make every occasion joyful by Kim-Joy
Let Kim-Joy and her characteristic cuteness brighten up your celebrations. From birthday cakes to events held all year round, every occasion is covered! The 60 sweet recipes are bursting with color, imagination and fun and there is something for everyone, whatever their pastry skills. This cheerful collection of recipes includes all the step-by-step photographs, clear instructions, and positive words you need to learn to cook and decorate like Kim-Joy.