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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: Baby's First Book of Extraordinary WomenRegular price $9.99 Save $-9.99
This board book adaptation of the New York Times bestselling Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls introduces your little reader to the lives of extraordinary Rebel women, past and present, from around the world.
Welcoming new Rebels into the fold, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: Baby's First Book of Extraordinary Women features artists and inventors, athletes and activists in its colorful, inviting pages. Readers will meet dancer Misty Copeland, pilot Amelia Earhart, swimmer Yusra Mardini, and many other inspiring icons.
text and beautiful portraits capture each trailblazing woman’s Rebel spirit and
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The Little Book of HermèsRegular price $16.95 Sale price $13.56 Save $3.39
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The BoysRegular price $27.00 Save $-27.00
"A brilliant, thoughtful novel that comes with perhaps the greatest shocker in recent literature (no spoiler alert). A superb meditation on loneliness and community."—Gary Shteyngart, New York Times bestselling author of Our Country Friends
"Remarkable …. Starting out as a lighthearted romance before taking an unsettling turn, [The Boys] upends expectations in the best way."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“[An] impeccably written and surprise-fueled debut novel about empathy’s role in addressing childhood trauma.” —Christian Science Monitor, a Best Book of Summer
Anne Tyler meets Kevin Wilson in this novel for our time.
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The OdysseyRegular price $27.00 Sale price $21.60 Save $5.40
Named a Most Anticipated Book of 2022 by The Millions, a Best Book to Read in April by Town & Country and The AV Club, and one of 2022’s Best Beach Reads by Southern Living
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