In this how-to book, kids learn the basics of folding to create six aerodynamic planes. My First Paper Airplane Book is my first children's book, and takes a problem-solving approach to helping kids fold and fly, emphasizing creativity and engineering.
Blending science and self-help, The Little Book of Axolotl Wisdom explains how to live your life like an adorable amphibian that can regrow limbs and organs, has flourished in labs, and comes in a variety of colors, including millennial pink.
The Magic of Astrology focuses on the 12 signs of the Zodiac, from luxury-loving Taurus to service-oriented Virgo. Learning about your astrological sign can help you find out what energizes and challenges you, how you relate to different signs, and how to get to know not only yourself but also your friends and family better.
From the pages of Good Housekeeping comes Home Skills, a compendium of tricks, tips, and hacks designed to help you "home" better and enjoy your living space even more. Publishers Weekly gave it a starred review!
Pegged to the PBS series of the same name, The Great American Read: The Book of Books presents 100 of America's best-loved novels. It includes information about each book and author, a snapshot of the novel’s social relevance, film or television adaptations, other books and writings by the author, and little-known facts.
Some Treasure Schools are tuition-free. Some require you to study abroad. Some don't use textbooks. Some let you design your own major. Treasure Schools describes colleges and universities that provide exceptional opportunities.
Poetry Classics is a one-stop guide to 16 of the greatest poets in the English language and their most significant poems -- some of the most remarkable masterpieces of Western literature. Not only does it have a near-perfect rating on both Goodreads and Amazon, but it gets called out on the Wikipedia page devoted to SparkNotes.
Quotable Men of the Twentieth Century collects quips, insights, and observations that offer inspiration and advice on an extraordinary range of subjects, including language, career, appearance, education, and happiness.
Once upon a time, a professional wrestler ran for governor of Minnesota and won. He said a lot of kooky things along the way, which I gathered into a book called The Wit and Wisdom of Jesse "The Body . . . The Mind" Ventura.