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The Pilot and the Little Prince: Beloved Illustrator Peter Sís Captures the Bittersweet Story of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The Pilot and the Little Prince: Beloved Illustrator Peter Sís Captures the Bittersweet Story of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

How an adventurous little boy came to dream up the loveliest children’s book of all time.

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A Graphic Biography of Warhol
A Graphic Biography of Warhol

Who shot Marilyn, and other illustrated anecdotes of Warhol’s fallible humanity.

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Neurocomic: A Graphic Novel About How the Brain Works
Neurocomic: A Graphic Novel About How the Brain Works

From the caves of memory to the castles of deception, by way of naughty neurotransmitters and giddy ganglia.

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Freud’s Life and Legacy, in a Comic
Freud’s Life and Legacy, in a Comic

“You have to listen carefully. The unconscious mind is crafty.”

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On a Beam of Light: The Story of Albert Einstein, Illustrated by the Great Vladimir Radunsky
On a Beam of Light: The Story of Albert Einstein, Illustrated by the Great Vladimir Radunsky

The charming visual tale of an introverted little boy who grew up to become the quintessential modern genius.

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Salvador Dalí’s Eccentric and Extravagant Life, Illustrated
Salvador Dalí’s Eccentric and Extravagant Life, Illustrated

Culture/commerce, person/persona, and other dualities that defined art history’s favorite lunatic.

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How to Turn Down a Marriage Proposal Like Charlotte Brontë
How to Turn Down a Marriage Proposal Like Charlotte Brontë

A bold defiance of oppressive gender ideals, packaged as the ultimate it’s-not-you-it’s-me gentle letdown.

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The Evolutionary Mystery of Left-Handedness and What It Reveals About How the Brain Works
The Evolutionary Mystery of Left-Handedness and What It Reveals About How the Brain Works

From Medieval sword-fighters to Broca’s brains, or why the hand may hold the key to the link between creativity and mental illness.

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Herman Melville on Writing and His Daily Routine
Herman Melville on Writing and His Daily Routine

“A book in a man’s brain is better off than a book bound in calf — at any rate it is safer from criticism.”

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The Evolution of Feathers: The Animated Story of How Dinosaurs Became Birds
The Evolution of Feathers: The Animated Story of How Dinosaurs Became Birds

“Feathers are some of the most remarkable things ever made by an animal. They’re gorgeous in their complexity, delicate in their construction, and yet strong enough to hold a bird thousands of feet in the air.”

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