New Book Arrivals: March 2017
There's a tempting new crop of books in today!:
// Land Of Nod - Robert Louis Stevenson's classic poem gets a bold new look from artist Robert Hunter.
// Women In Science Postcards - Based on the book (which we also carry). Portraits of women in science. Illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky.
// Pusheen Coloring Book - Claire Belton. The internet's favorite chubby tubby tabby is now in an adorable new coloring book.
// Foo Fighters Mad Libs
// Wu-Tang Mad Libs
// The Mother Of All Questions - Rebecca Solnit. Further feminist essays from the author of Men Explain Things To Me.
// Nightlights - Lorena Alvarez. A stunning new picture book from Lorena Alvarez and the always lovingly-designed Nobrow Press.
// Kinderguides: 2001: A Space Odyssey. A lushly illustrated learning guide to Arthur C. Clarke's sci-fi classic.
// Wilson - Daniel Clowes. First paperback edition of Clowes' graphic novel, the basis for the upcoming Woody Harrelson film.
// Spaniel Rage - Vanessa Davis. A reprint of Vanessa Davis' influential autobiographical sketchbook comics.
// Universal Harvester - John Darnielle. The newest novel by the leader of The Mountain Goats, the follow-up to his acclaimed Wolf In White Van.
// The Erstwhile - B. Catling. British artist's sequel to his acclaimed surrealist fantasy novel The Vorrh.
// Exit West - Mohsin Hamid. A timely new novel of refugees in love.
// Difficult Women - Roxane Gay. A new collection of stories by the author of Bad Feminist.
// Blitzed: Drugs In the Third Reich. This new book takes a look at Nazi Germany's little-discussed reliance on drugs.
// Krazy: George Herriman, A Life In Black And White - Michael Tisserand. A new biography of one of the finest comic strip artists of all time, and the life-long secret of his background.