For the human who lives by the book

Slow Drinks, Danny Childs

A quick foray outdoors is all the inspiration you need to make your next drink-alcoholic or not. Weeding the garden might yield the makings for Dandelion Mead, while an early spring walk reveals the green shoots perfect for brewing Spruce Beer. Danny Childs brings his training as an ethnobotanist to the world of drinks, and with loving regard for even the humblest ingredients, explores each season's offerings to make sodas, syrups, wines, beers, and amari.

Organized by season,Slow Drinksteaches home cooks, industry pros, home brewers, and foragers how to transform botanical ingredients-whether gleaned, grown in the garden, or purchased from the store-into singular beverages and cocktails. With transporting photography and gorgeous colour illustrations,Slow Drinks is the definitive guide to backyard mixology that can live just as comfortably in your basket on a foraging trip, as it can on the coffee table as a conversation piece.

The Kaufmann Mercantile Guide

The Kaufmann Mercantile Guide is an everyday reference for the utilitarian in us all. This guide book is a considered collection of how-tos perfect for anyone who wants to live a slow and thoughtful life. Each instructional section is prefaced by an expert and includes original artwork. Topics include everything from how to care for cast-iron pans to a guide to making soap.

Dining In: Alison Roman

Alison Roman is known as much for her keeper recipes as her wry Instagram voice and effortless style. Her debut cookbook features 125 recipes for simple, of-the-moment dishes that are full of quickie techniques (think slathering roast chicken in anchovy butter, roasting citrus to bring out new flavors, and keeping boiled potatoes in your fridge for instant crispy smashed potatoes). Roman’s recipes set today’s trends and will show up as tomorrow’s classics: vegetable-forward with quality ingredients, punctuated by standout flavors like hot honey browned butter, preserved lemon, za’atar, and garlicky walnuts.

The Colors Of Life

The Colors of Life transports readers to people and places of the early 20th century through the lens of color photography. This compilation showcases over 200 photographs enhanced by Stuart Humphryes capturing people from various cultural backgrounds in their everyday lives, at leisure, and at work. With the use of color photography, these individuals and their stories come to life in a way that black-and-white photos simply cannot match. The book reminds us that color has the power to evoke personal and shared emotions that resonate across time. The Colors of Life is a captivating journey into the past, allowing readers to see and experience history in a new and vibrant light. 


 1. BIRD: Exploring the Winged World. | 2. A Book of Birds, Humphrey Ocean. | 3. New Photography of Birds.

Unleash your creativity and appreciate the beauty and diversity of birds across various fields like art, science, history, and culture. Showcasing the scientific and popular appeal of these winged creatures over the course of history and around the globe, these books cover the vast diversity of everything from Ostriches to Macaws

Ocean Wanderlust

Prepare for an immersive journey beneath the waves with Ocean Wanderlust. Dive into the world of submarines, mythology, exotic marine species, and ocean-inspired fashion, expanding the horizons of travel and blending abstract interpretations like fashion, art, and architecture with the real and scientific aspects of underwater exploration.

The Handbook of Forgotten Skills: Timeless Fun For A New Generation.

This illustrated book offers a step-by-step guide to classic and handy skills for a new generation. Elaine Batiste and Natalie Crowley invite readers to unlock hours of fun as they discover how to make a bird feeder, make a pie, build a campfire, and more! Featuring art by Chris Duriez, each chapter includes clear instructions as well as information about the history of that skill.


Winter Celebrations

Winter Celebrations is a celebration of the festive season through craft, featuring a beautiful collections of over 20 decorations and gifts that draw upon Arounna Khounnoraj's natural aesthetic.

The Dinner Party Project

Featuring more than 80 recipes alongside menu ideas, sketches, and practical tips, this is the ultimate guide to throwing dinner parties with minimum stress and maximum flavor. With sections on appetizers, main dishes, drinks, sides, and desserts, it provides something for every mood and cooking comfort level.


1. The Art of the Flower. | 2. Flower Philosophy. | 3. (Nothing But) Flowers.

    A comprehensive and sumptuous collection of titles that celebrates the beauty and appeal of flowers throughout art, history, and culture.