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A raucous skewering of the art world as told by a master of absurdity
A story of the enduring quality of female friendship amid a gritty landscape of abuse
Big Kids Teenaged Misfits and Adolescent Rabble-Rousing Take Center Stage in This Dark Coming of Age Tale
Eerie and perfectly paced, Michael DeForge's Big Kids muses on the complicated, and often contradictory, feelings people struggle with in adolescence, the choices we make to fit in, and the ways we survive times of change.
Jillian Tamaki brings her combined characteristic realism and humour to her first collection of short stories. Boundless explores the lives of women and how the expectations of others influence their real and virtual selves.
Laugh-out-loud anecdotes from the front lines of parenting.
From the author of Get Crocked 5 Ingredient Favourites comes a new collection of slow cooker recipes, each developed to be as easy to make as possible without sacrificing flavour.
Tom Gauld's debut graphic novel retelling of a classic myth, now in paperback
A wordless graphic novel follows Voguchi and her voracious appetite on an adventure into the sky at the will of shapeshifter Jinchalo.
The spooky yokai boy Kitaro is back for his sixth book, and this time he has a pile of monsters to beat
The early work of the pioneering feminist cartoonist plus her acclaimed new story Dream House
Make Me a Woman offers charming vignettes about being young, Jewish, and single.
Fifty years ago, Jansson's observations of everyday life--whimsical but with biting undertones--easily caught the attention of an international audience and still resonate today. This third volume returns to Moominvalley, where its beloved inhabitants get
The bestselling, award-winning Moomin series, created by the legendary children's author Jansson, is now in its fourth installment.
Girard revisits the childhood death of his little brother - his most emotional and spare work
A collection of wry, meditative comics from the cartoonist and Lemony Snicket illustrator.
Political tensions flare as an adulterous romance blossoms in the heart of a barren, Swedish winter
A sweeping yet intimate portrait of the legacy of World War II in Japan.
Sticks Angelica plays with autobiography, biography, and hagiography to look at how we build our own sense of self and how others carry on the roles we create for them in our own personal dramas.
Writing exercises and creativity advice from Lynda Barry's pioneering, life-changing workshop.
The "ACME Novelty Library #20" comprises a contributing chapter to cartoonist Ware's gradual accretion of the ongoing graphic novel experiment, "Rusty Brown."
The Envelope Manufacturer chronicles the hardships and gradual demise of a small company as it struggles to adapt to a changing economic landscape.
A dark, bizarre comedy where teachers push boundaries into preposterous places
A new edition of the classic tale of a barnstorming Jewish baseball team during the great depression
Lynda Barry's classic heartbreaking and heartwarming coming of age novella back in print with a gorgeous new colver design and an additional colour section brough back from the original edition.
Join beloved children s book author Elise Gravel as she explores the science of some of nature s weirdest and wildest characters mushrooms!
Leanne Shapton's bold, vibrant watercolor portraits in a stunning new postcard set
Discover what America's most enduring icon loved to create with cast iron in this deluxe cookbook full of rare family and film photos, along with personal anecdotes and heartwarming stories.
A profound and personal exploration of the intersections of womanhood, femininity, and creativity, as drawn in coloured pencil
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