• The cover of the book Punderdome


    Want to hear a (bad) joke about construction? Don’t worry, your dad’s still working on it. Dads are culprits of the worst jokes known to mankind. If you know what we’re talking about, you have to gift him this fantastically fun card game from father-daughter duo Fred and Jo Firestone. In the spirit of Apples to Apples and Cards Against Humanity, the aim of this group game is to make the worst jokes possible—the punnier the better. It’s almost unfair how much of an advantage your dad will have.

  • The cover of the book The Comic Book Story of Baseball

    The Comic Book Story of Baseball

    Baseball is America’s favorite pastime, and it’s probably your dad’s, too. If your childhood was anything like ours, you spent long, sweaty summer days at the baseball park nagging him about ice cream and hot dogs. Thank him for putting up with you with a nostalgic homage to the game. This colorful graphic novel illustrates the complete history of the sport from its humble beginnings (both real and legendary) and spotlights players, teams, and moments that have kept the game a fan favorite.

  • The cover of the book Presidential Puzzlemint 500-Piece Puzzle

    Presidential Puzzlemint 500-Piece Puzzle

    Dads love history, money, and activities that don’t cost a lot of money (it’s a scientific fact). This mind-bending, 500-piece puzzle is sure to keep dad busy in his man-cave or with family on game night. Once you piece together Abe Lincoln’s $5 portrait, you’ll probably get a lesson on the importance of saving. But hey, it’s Father’s Day—cut the guy some slack!

  • The cover of the book How to Tie a Tie

    How to Tie a Tie

    Perfect for dads and grads, this handsome, fabric-covered guide to men’s accessories teaches dudes much more than how to tie a tie (though that is important). Complete with full-color, step-by-step photography, all they’ll need is this little book—and maybe a couple episodes of Netflix’s tear-jerking Queer Eye—to master the menswear basics.

  • The cover of the book Am I There Yet?

    Am I There Yet?

    Mari Andrew has taken Instagram by storm with her poignant slice-of-life illustrations that get us thinking about life, love, loss, and the perfect shade of lipstick for any given occasion. Mari’s New York Times best-selling debut is a collection of coming-of-age essays accompanied by her signature illustrations, outlining her path from teenager to adult (-ish). Whether the recent grad in your life needs advice on how to navigate first jobs, solo travel, Tinder dates, or grief, Mari has artwork that will speak directly to the soul.

  • The cover of the book Q&A a Day for College

    Q&A a Day for College

    Perfect for high school grads, the college-centric edition of our best-selling Q&A a Day journals focuses on the four years spent in college. Gift to someone heading into their freshman year, and they’ll be answering thought-provoking and fun questions about their everyday lives, revisiting the same questions year after year until they have a time capsule of the era they spent in school.

  • The cover of the book This Is Me, Period.

    This Is Me, Period.

    Explore the personalities of the punctuation marks we use every day with this bold, typographic journey through grammar. Each chapter in This is Me, Period. introduces one of the major pieces of punctuation and all of its idiosyncrasies, including the dashing em dash, so-called “quotation marks,” the ecstatic exclamation (!), those three little dots…and even more. As charming as it is educational, This is Me, Period. helps readers understand sentence structure in a whole new way.

  • The cover of the book Llive, Llaugh, Llove Llike a Llama

    Llive, Llaugh, Llove Llike a Llama

    When llife gives you llemons, make llama-nade! This pocket-sized gift book is full of positive quips and irresistible illustrations of everyone’s favorite animal: the spit-prone, fluffy llama. This is a perfect gift book for any occasion, because who doesn’t want to llearn how to llive llife a llittle more freely? Spit happens, you know?