In a style inspired by Winsor McCay and Hayao Miyazaki, this collection showcases a huge talent. The main story is 'The End of Summer' about a family living in a castle in an alternate world with years' long seasons. It's rich with subtle family conflict, dysfunction and love. Other stories focus on various stages of relationships. As an introduction to the work of Tillie Walden's early years (age 16 to early 20s) this collection is perfect for older teens and adults.
How do you come to terms with your childhood? How do you make sense of what you go through and ultimately see your self-worth? A powerful memoir of body, mind, family and healing.
Penny was a kitten on the street born from love but with nothing looking out for her. Until the kidnapping happened. Now she's a pampered house cat with all the time in the universe for deep, thought provoking inner dialogue about humans, time and space. Get cozy and take your time with this beautifully illustrated graphic memoir.
Five teens in the suburbs discover the body of a beloved missing superhero. Each character struggles with their own internal issues. So when they see their community icon fall to vulnerability, it shakes them and they each handle it in their own way. This story is proof that our heroes are never truly what we make them out to be.
A modern western set in a world where women can be hung as witches for being barren. One woman's search for the truth cleverly works her way into a gang, each member with their own stories to uncover. An unforgettable tale about a wife, a widow, a doctor, an outlaw, a robber and a killer exiled to create a new way of life.
A Sapphic coming of age story of a young girl named Morgan who falls for a mythological selkie named Keltie in Nova Scotia. This beautifully detailed graphic novel explores identity, summer love, friendship and magic. Perfect for fans of The Magic Fish and Heartstopper.
This fast paced thriller takes place over two days during a wedding on a remote isle in Ireland. With six suspects and one body, Lucy Foley will have you guessing up until the very end and lets you decide if this was a murder uncalled for.
"Lydia is dead. But they don't know this yet." A Deeply intense family drama inspecting all of Lydia's family members' lives and what led to the event that caused their worlds to unravel. This is a tragic book, but not a maudlin one, and the writing is poetically lyrical.
This book about a woman losing her magic feels like a fever dream as she fights for survival admist her companions. Fast paced and spine-chilling, this dark tale will have you intrigued until the very last page.
A coming of age story that takes place is 1995 at a prestigious New England boarding school -- one thats administration wants to silence the voices of the girls who have been sexually assaulted. An important interconnected story with nine distinct characters P.O.V. unraveling the mystery.
A charming, gorgeously illustrated botanical encyclopedia for your favorite romantic, local witch, bride-to-be, or green-thumbed friend.
Floriography is a full-color guide to the historical uses and secret meanings behind an impressive array of flowers and herbs.
A gorgeously illustrated collection of twelve “lush and deliciously sinister fairy tales” (Kelly Link) by the New York Times bestselling author of The Hazel Wood and The Night Country!
Before The Hazel Wood, there was Althea Proserpine’s Tales from the Hinterland...
NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR by the New York Public Library • Kirkus Reviews • Booklist • Publishers Weekly
New York Times bestselling author Kazu Kibuishi says of Lightfall: “Beautifully drawn. Tim Probert has created a world readers will want to visit.”
A stunning tour de force filled with transcendent awe and wonder, Hyperion is a masterwork of science fiction that resonates with excitement and invention, the first volume in a remarkable epic by the multiple-award-winning author of The Hollow Man.
This bestselling "lyrical, moving book: part essay, part memoir, part surprising cultural study" is an examination of why we cry, how we cry, and what it means to cry from a woman on the cusp of motherhood confronting her own depression (The New York Times Book Review).
Powerful, affecting essays on mental illness, winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize and a Whiting Award
An engaging exploration of what it means to be asexual in a world that’s obsessed with sexual attraction, and what the ace perspective can teach all of us about desire and identity.
Twenty-five years after Jesus’ Son, a haunting new collection of short stories on mortality and transcendence, from National Book Award winner and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Denis Johnson
A mother's advice to her daughter--a guide to daily living, both practical and sublime--with full-color illustrations throughout.
A Best Book of the Year: NPR, Vogue, The Huffington Post, The Chicago Review of Books, The National Post, Electric Literature, Kirkus
“Wields such a subtle and alien power . . . Wonderfully spooky.” —Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker
NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST • NATIONAL BESTSELLER • An audacious, darkly glittering novel set in the eerie days of civilization’s collapse—the spellbinding story of a Hollywood star, his would-be savior, and a nomadic group of actors roaming the scattered outposts of the Great Lakes region, risking everything for art and humani