There’s a long tradition of fathers and their children exchanging books: Winnie the Pooh was written by A. A. Milne for his son Christopher Robin, Nanette Vonnegut published a collection of her father’s drawings, and Anthony West wrote one of the most famous biographies of his father, H.G. Wells. But
This December we are joining in the holiday spirit by giving away some our favorite books from the year. The holidays are a time for reflection, and each of these books looks back at the history of our world, from the evolution of man, to the great literary artists of
What is a printer’s proof and what is it good for? A printers proof is a test print, created to offer a sense for what the final printing of a book will look like. These are good for catching typos, font issues, and to make sure the art is reproducing
Angels (we have heard on high) are a perennial favorite holiday subject, and during the rather gloomy Christmas season of 2008, divine intervention was more than welcome. Even the Economist looked to seraphim to brighten their Christmas issue cover. In her new book, No Ordinary Angel, Yale Press author Dr.