• The cover of the book Wonder School Planner

    Wonder School Planner

    Back to school means back to being busy with your kids’ and grandkids’ extracurricular activities, after-school hangouts, and, of course, homework. With this school-focused week-at-a-glance from the author of the bestselling book and film Wonder, they can keep track of all their assignments, important tests and quizzes, and fun weekend plans, as they personalize every page with awesome stickers. Send notes back and forth with their teachers and help them practice their handwriting on a dry-erase page in the front of the planner. If the wonderful kid in your life loves to journal, or you like to leave notes and reminders to brighten their day, you need this cool planner.

  • The cover of the book Start Where You Are Week-at-a-Glance Diary

    Start Where You Are Week-at-a-Glance Diary

    In the journal Start Where You Are, Meera Lee Patel helped us look inward to discover our dreams and navigate the confusion and chaos of daily life. This planner is the next step in the process: a tool to plot out the practical steps, day-by-day and week-by-week, of accomplishing those dreams. This vibrant, week-at-a-glance diary keeps you organized, but will also inspire and encourage you so appointments and deadlines don’t feel like chores.

  • The cover of the book Flower Mandala Planner

    Flower Mandala Planner

    Jot down important tasks, notes to yourself, and weekly reminders in this stylish planner filled with floral art from the New York Botanical Gardens. It will keep you organized, motivated, on-time, and centered, like the patterns of the flower mandalas. It’s a beautiful pop of color for any desk, and a great way to practice hassle-free self-care, in and out of the garden.

  • The cover of the book Sibley Planner

    Sibley Planner

    Whether or not you’re a bird lover, this week-at-a-glance is a beautiful, calming place to keep all of your notes, reminders, and to-do lists. David Allen Sibley’s renowned ornithological art graces the pages of this gorgeously illustrated planner, so you can stay organized as well as engaged in the world around you.

  • The cover of the book My Reading Journal

    My Reading Journal

    Forget what you read last fall for your Friday night book club? Want a list of classic literature to reference when you can’t figure out what to read next? Look no further than My Reading Journal! This beautiful, clothbound journal is the perfect companion for cozy weekends curled up with a book. Use the lined pages however you please: reflect on your reads, list everything you’ve ever read, or prep discussion prompts for your next book club. It’s up to you!

  • The cover of the book Call Me Ishmael Postcards

    Call Me Ishmael Postcards

    This smartly designed book of 24 postcards is where grammar nerds and design geeks unite. Each of the postcards bound in this small, hardcover book bears a sentence diagram for the opening lines from beloved works of fiction, according to the old-school Reed-Kellogg system. Based on one of Pop Chart Lab’s bestselling posters, this postcard set features sentences that have been painstakingly dissected and color-coded, complete with an illustration of the author, making this a visual celebration of some of the most nostalgic, engaging language in literary history.

  • The cover of the book Deal or Duel Hamilton Game

    Deal or Duel Hamilton Game

    For a jaunty jolt of history, Deal or Duel is the best way to relearn important figures from the American Revolution. This action card game will pit your survival instincts and spending-savvy against all the founding fathers (and mothers!) as you attempt to get rich or die trying. Complete with $3,500 in Colonial cash, a playing mat, a roster of the historical figures at play, and a deck of over 200 cards, this game will make you wish you were “in the room where it happened”—over and over again!

  • The cover of the book Women in Science Puzzle

    Women in Science Puzzle

    If you haven’t already rediscovered the magic of jigsaw puzzles, now’s the time. Whether you want an analog activity to connect with your partner, roomie, or family members, or you’re craving a mindful activity to wind down after a busy week, the jigsaw puzzle is your answer. This particular puzzle pulls art from New York Times bestseller Women in Science by Rachel Ignotofsky. In between the portraits of 15 fearless female pioneers are facts about each of the scientists, so you’ll learn something new as the puzzle comes together.