Simultaneously a mind blowing and hilarious read. McRaney establishes such an informative, yet comfortable voice that by the end of the book you can’t help but notice the fallacies that he describes in your own life. This is a must read for anyone interested in the nitty-gritty aspects of how their brain really works.
A beautifully curated collection of Neil Gaiman's nonfiction works. Ranging from speeches to book introductions, each piece can inspire deep contemplation, just as quickly as it can insatiable laughter. Gaiman describes his musings on the abstractions of ideas with the same poetic, yet simple diction he uses in his recollections of past mistakes. With each passage, The View From the Cheap Seats uses the truths of the world to inspire readers to question, to read, and to dream.
This fast-paced series is perfect for anyone who loves fairy tales! When Sabrina and Daphne Grimm move to Ferryport Landing to live with their grandmother, they have no clue what’s in-store. The girls quickly realize that living in a small town populated by characters they thought only existed between the pages of a book is not all it’s cracked up to be. With a giant rampaging the town and their parents missing, the girls must put their minds together to solve the mysteries of their new home.
Kamala Khan stars as the new Marvel superhero! Growing in Jersey City with her friends Bruno and Nakia, Kamala always thought of herself as an ordinary 16-year old girl, until one day she discovers she is just the opposite. This new witty and exciting comic is the perfect combination of Willow Wilson’s fresh writing style and Adrian Alphona’s immersive artwork, where every page will leave you wanting more.
Two minor characters from Shakespeare’s infamous work Hamlet finally take center stage in Tom Stoppard’s play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Rather than imagining their backstories, Stoppard brilliantly uses the time-killing mechanisms employed by the two characters to ask thought-provoking questions of his audience: What is life? What is death? What is the nature of reality