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  1. The Poky Little Puppy, the Gingerbread Man, and many other classic Golden Books characters help illustrate this wise and witty guide to the holidays! Delightfully retro yet utterly of the moment, this companion to the bestselling EVERYTHING NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED FROM A LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK will delight fans of those gold foil-spined treasures. Featuring iconic art from Golden Books luminaries including Eloise Wilkin, Richard Scarry, J.P. Miller, Garth Williams, and more — this collection is a must for maintaining ever-important holiday cheer!
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  2. The new generation of workers needs a new workplace manual designed to explain the particular norms, boundaries and expectations of the contemporary office environment and help them navigate the cutthroat reality of a cubicled 9 to 5. Enter Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t, a handbook of vintage-style public service announcements addressing modern office issues, including such gems as: ‘If you don’t have something nice to say, email it,’ ‘If it doesn’t have a meeting invite, it didn’t happen’ and ‘Nothing good comes from hitting ‘reply all.” With plenty of revealing (and real) workplace statistics peppered throughout, plus a full-size pull-out poster to hang in the cubicle, this colourful guide offers just the motivation young people need to hunker down and get to work.
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  3. New York Times Bestseller2014 National Book Award FinalistWinner of the inaugural 2014 Kirkus Prize in nonfictionWinner of the National Book Critics Circle Award Winner of the 2014 Books for a Better Life AwardWinner of the 2015 Reuben Award from National Cartoonists Society In her first memoir, New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast brings her signature wit to the topic of aging parents. Spanning the last several years of their lives and told through four-color cartoons, family photos, and documents, and a narrative as rife with laughs as it is with tears, Chast’s memoir is both comfort and comic relief for anyone experiencing the life-altering loss of elderly parents. While the particulars are Chast-ian in their idiosyncrasies—an anxious father who had relied heavily on his wife for stability as he slipped into dementia and a former assistant principal mother whose overbearing personality had sidelined Roz for decades—the themes are universal: adult children accepting a parental role; aging and unstable parents leaving a family home for an institution; dealing with uncomfortable physical intimacies; and hiring strangers to provide the most personal care. An amazing portrait of two lives at their end and an only child coping as best she can, Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant shows the full range of Roz Chast’s talent as cartoonist and storyteller.
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  4. Tired of hearing about how ‘love is all you need’ and that ‘love will conquer all’? Does the idea of balloons, love hearts, boxes of chocolates and birds suddenly appearing make your teeth ache with the sickly saccharine cliched insanity? How about some real talk? It’s all a farce. Love sucks. As Charles Bukowski said, ‘If there are junk yards in hell, love is the dog that guards the gates.’ The reality is, love is a madness that makes fools of all of us, and we’re better off without it. Whether you’re broken-hearted or just wise to the idiocy of love, know that you’re not alone. Love Sucks is a gorgeously illustrated collection of funny, bitter and brutally truthful quotes about how truly terrible love is, from music, film, TV, literature and history’s greatest and most jaded minds.
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  5. A hilarious illustrated collection of tips for successfully navigating the dating world as a millennial. For single millennials, this situation is all too familiar: You’re on a date. It’s going well! Then suddenly your date looks at you like you’re a f*cking idiot and you never hear from that person again. Guess you’re going to die alone, right? Maybe not! Humble authors Ben Schwartz and Laura Moses have written a book to save the future of the human race: Things You Should Already Know About Dating, You F*cking Idiot, a collection of 100 dating tips—complete with illustrations—that teaches clueless guys and girls the dos and don’ts of dating. In their book, Ben and Laura cover all the basics, from “Why are you texting in just Emojis, dummy?!” to “Stop playing games, idiot!” and, of course, “PUT YOUR PHONE DOWN, A**HOLE!” Simply put, this book will make you laugh and finally give you a fighting chance at not dying alone.
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  6. Advice for graduates and reflections on staying true to yourself from the beloved Gilmore Girls actress and New York Times bestselling author of the memoir Talking as Fast as I Can and the novel Someday, Someday, Maybe. “If you’re kicking yourself for not having accomplished all you should have by now, don’t worry about it. Even without any ‘big’ accomplishments yet to your name, you are enough.” In this expansion of the 2017 commencement speech she gave at her hometown Langley High, Lauren Graham, the beloved star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood, reflects on growing up, pursuing your dreams, and living in the here and now. “Whatever path you choose, whatever career you decide to go after, the important thing is that you keep finding joy in what you’re doing, especially when the joy isn’t finding you.” In her hilarious, relatable voice, Graham reminds us to be curious and compassionate, no matter where life takes us or what we’ve yet to achieve. Grounded and inspiring-and illustrated throughout with drawings by Graham herself-here is a comforting road map to a happy life.“I’ve had ups and downs. I’ve had successes and senior slumps. I’ve been the girl who has the lead, and the one who wished she had the bigger part. The truth? They don’t feel that different from each other.”
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  7. With her disarming, intimate, and dry sense of humor, Ephron shares her ups and downs in this bestselling look at women who are getting older and dealing with the tribulations of maintenance, menopause, empty nests, and life itself.
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  8. From the authors of the breakout bestseller All My Friends Are Dead comes a brand-new illustrated compendium of the humorous existential ruminations of people, animals, monsters, and inanimate objects.
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  9. Welcome to Digi Valley, a town where no one knows what they’re doing but everyone’s trying their best!In this charming, satirical “children’s” book, Chelsea Marshall and Mary Dauterman poke fun at the hyperconnected contemporary world in which we live.One thing is for certain in Digi Valley: Everyone is very, very busy-texting, tweeting, sending selfies, swiping for dates, and binging on their favorite shows. Whether you’re looking for the best kombucha, a baby DJ class, or nothing at all, this urban mecca has something for everyone.Follow residents like Frances and Sadie as they hustle to make their two-woman web series, freelancer Frank as he navigates the world of digital love, and Cat Landlord as he stars in a booming reality show franchise. From the local vegan cafe to a singles bar, you’ll meet all kinds of modern workers, like CEO coach, urban farmer, brunch photographer, and more, as they bike, bus, and ride-share their way around town. Everyone here is connected in ways big and small-through their real-life interactions, but mostly through their screens.So come to Digi Valley to celebrate the modern-day absurdity that makes us scream, “WHAT ARE WE EVEN DOING WITH OUR LIVES”. . . Seriously though, does anyone know
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  10. Every cat owner knows that no two cats are alike. This pitch-perfect illustrated book proves this simple fact by diving whiskers first into the unique personality, charisma, and character of 50 all-black cats. From Alfie, who ‘has no tolerance for wet humans or being ignored’ to Sashi, who ‘enjoys freeze-dried chicken by candlelight and full-on body rubs,’ each cat comes to life through a lovingly hand-drawn portrait and quick-witted profile. Delightfully quirky and utterly charming, this motley crew of black cats will win over anyone with a dry sense of humor.
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  11. Grumpy Cat is back with a mission: Teach the world to ‘NO’ everything. She’s collected all her least favorite things and can’t wait to tell everyone what to think about them. Grumpy Cat: No-It-All is packed with feel-good topics just begging for a cranky makeover: kittens, rainbows, smiles, birthday parties, cuddles, and more. Anyone who takes delight in seeing the glass half empty sometimes will love the hilarious new photos and commentary from the official mascot of misery. Where others say ‘aww!,’ Grumpy Cat teaches us to say ‘ugh.’ Nothing sweet is safe.
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