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True Stories from the Road on Music, Science, and Senseless Love
This memoir is a unique and engaging look into the life of an intellectual rapper who is fascinated by science, philosophy, and love. Infused with scientific research, dry wit, and tenderness, the author shares poignant insights on the topics that have shaped her life, including music, heartache, and language. Her writing is both captivating and candid, making this a must-read for anyone who loves an inspiring story.
I love this book. – source
An Elephant & Piggie Biggie!
A humorous and heartwarming collection of five stories that celebrates the playful friendship of Elephant and Piggie. Join best-selling children's book author Mo Willems as he takes you on essential adventures of this charming duo: soaring in the sky, playing catch, going on a road trip, and discovering new foods. Perfect for young readers who love funny and relatable animal characters.
@s_effen_d Every Mo Willems Elephant & Piggie book is good. – source
Explore the life of the legendary Bob Fosse in Fosse, a captivating biography written by Sam Wasson. Winner of the Oscar, Emmy, and Tony Awards, Fosse was a true innovator in American entertainment, influencing generations with his signature styles. Discover the highs and lows of his life, including numerous hit shows and his struggles with personal demons. Wasson draws from unpublished material and interviews with friends, enemies, lovers, and collaborators to craft a richly detailed account of this complex and dynamic icon. Impeccably researched and spellbinding, Fosse is a must-read for anyone interested in Broadway and Hollywood history.
Finished the new Fosse book this morning with a happy sob. Boy does @SamWasson stick the landing. Tremendous, tremendous work. – source
The Monster at the End of this Book
Young readers will love this classic tale of furry old Grover as he begs them not to turn the page, all to avoid the monster at the end of the book. But, what if the monster is Grover himself? A favorite among generations, this interactive Little Golden Book is now available in a larger format for even more lap-time fun.
The best kid's book ever written is Grover in The Monster At The End Of This Book. Real Talk. – source
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