Stop the Fight!—An Illustrated Guide for Couples
Demagoguery and Democracy
by Patricia Roberts-Miller
Paper Over Boards | $9.95
Demagoguery and Democracy is a brief, incisive guide to what demagogues (those who turn complicated political situations into polarized identity politics) say and do to gain and hold power, and what citizens can do to restore democracy. As author and … Continue reading →
Dismantling Bad Arguments About Climate Change
With election season heating up, politicians have focused on a wide variety of issues, and have targeted climate change and global warming along the way. The presidential candidates’ claims about climate change this year have included the following: ### “Well, … Continue reading →
Have you caught the coloring bug? We can help.
by Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss and Emma Farrarons
Coloring has taken the country by storm. Coloring books are everywhere and can be found in all sorts of shapes, sizes, colors, and patterns! We are thrilled to have three very special coloring books of our own–The Mindfulness Coloring Book, … Continue reading →
Pride Week 2014
June was LGBT Pride Month, and last week saw NYC’s annual Pride Week celebrations, culminating in a six-hour march on Sunday afternoon. With grand marshals Laverne Cox, Rea Carey, and Jonathan Groff in the lead, the march included everyone from … Continue reading →
Questions about summer? Ask a Science Teacher!
The Rise (And Occasional Fall) of Art Dealers, The Hidden Players in the History of Art
by Philip Hook
by Philip Hook
Hardcover | $25.95
Insider and acclaimed author Philip Hook pulls back the curtain on the world of art dealers, those hidden players in history who peddled masterpieces to royalty, moguls, and museums. From its beginnings in 15th-century Antwerp to the rich hauteur of … Continue reading →
What is stevia?
by Alan Barclay and Claudia Shwide-Slavin and Philippa Sandall
The announcement of global roll-out plans of the lower-calorie Coca-Cola Life has made headlines around the globe (The Sydney Morning Herald). Like Pepsi Next, Coca-Cola Life is a blend of stevia and sugar (sucrose) that provides the sweetness, but fewer … Continue reading →