Fun books that everyone loves from titles that get you giggling for kids to Americana satire, to inspirational gift books and just plain good reads!

What's Your Poo Telling You


by Josh Richman, Anish Sheth, Peter Arkle (Illustrator). With universal appeal (everyone poops, after all), this witty, illustrated description of over two dozen dookies (each with a medical explanation written by a doctor) details what one can learn about health and well-being by studying what's in the bowl. Now think back on last night's dinner, a burrito perhaps? . . . All the greatest hits are here: The Log Jam, The Hanging Chad . . . the list goes on. Who knew you could learn so much from your poo?

Why We March: Signs of Protest & Hope


On January 21, 2017, millions of people gathered worldwide for the Women’s March, one of the largest demonstrations in political history. Together they raised their voices in hope, protest, and solidarity. This inspiring collection features 500 of the most eloquent, provocative, uplifting, clever, and creative signs from across the United States and around the world. Each is a powerful reminder of why we march. As with the recent battle cry of “Nevertheless, she persisted,” these messages continue to reverberate daily and fortify a movement that will not be silenced.

Wicked Bugs


From the world's most painful hornet, to the flies that transmit deadly diseases,
to millipedes that stop traffic,
to the "bookworks" that devour libraries,
to the Japanese beetles munching on your roses,
Wicked Bugs delves into the extraordinary powers of six- and eight-legged creatures.
Intricate and strangely beautiful etchings and drawings capture diabolical bugs of all shapes
and sizes in this mixture of history, science, murder, and intrigue that begins-but does't end- in your own backyard.


Wicked Plants


A tree that sheds poison daggers; a glistening red seed that stops the heart; a shrub that causes paralysis; a vine that strangles; and a leaf that triggered a war. In Wicked Plants, it’s an A to Z of plants that kill, maim, intoxicate, and otherwise offend. You’ll learn which plants to avoid (like exploding shrubs), which plants make themselves exceedingly unwelcome (like the vine that ate the South), and which ones have been killing for centuries (like the weed that killed Abraham Lincoln's mother).