Or, dangerously misleading pretty rhetoric that attempts to pass romance off as something it isn’t, for the sake of a progressive narrative.
Who knew working in constructing the Empire State Building is this frightening?
Too bad this is for young kids, I’d love to know the gritty dirty stuff.
If nostalgia is a drug, this fellow has managed to captured the perfect high in writing.
Oh, those were the days, nicely captured in this tribute to one of the most popular gamebook series of the 1980s.
If you hate your name, you haven’t seen these names yet. Unless your name is already in the book, that is.
This and other important questions related to sports and our body are answered – most amusingly – in this book.
Here’s your chance to touch a mummy – well, not really, but close, as this is a fancy “3D interactive” history book.
It’s a book with G-rated stuff about Zeus and his dysfunctional Greek family. The content is OK, but the execution is marvelous.
Pen & Ink is all about the sad, funny, and stupid stories behind one’s tattoo(s). It’s quite the beach read.
All that glitters aren’t exactly gold in the looting primer Treasure: Fortunes Lost and Found.
This gorgeously illustrated book is almost as good as a trip to space itself.
Tortuous writing and inadequate illustrations make this one a rather peculiar read. Good luck getting kids to enjoy the walls of text!
“Your Planet Needs You!” says Dave Reay. A nice sentiment, but asking kids to get Mum and Dad to move to a house with wind turbines? Yes, that will work.
From World’s Zombie Day to National Hollerin’ Contest, every day is a festival if you believe this cute little book. Now we can celebrate every day!
How cute, a small book to debunk all the lies Mommy and Daddy told you when you were just a little kid. More reasons to blame them for ruining your life!
Godliness doesn’t always necessarily mean relentlessly preachy, right?