This beautiful mermaid coloring book will provide fun hours and days for the special girl of your life. The book contains 50 amazing designs of mermaids, sea creatures, corals, sea castles and the mysterious world under the sky. Gorgeous mermaids will take your child on exciting and entertaining deep-sea trips.Features: Pruning: 8.5 "x 11"- 50 unique designs, printed on one side of premium white paper so that images do not bleedMat laminated cover with matte finishAge range: 4-8 years
Daily Musings and Tarot Meanings , a tarot meanings book based on Ryder Waite Smith, featuring all three of Dame Darcy's tarot designs, Mermaid Tarot, Queen Alice, and Witchy Cat. Flip the book over and read the other way to see reversed tarot meanings! Basic spreads for tarot reading and Palm Reading instructions included! As well as diary pages, so you can record your thoughts and personal readings, what your divination revealed today and compare with yesterday. Creative writing prompts, simple spells, fun quizzes and much more! Musings & Meanings Book will be your forever go to for all things Tarot.
Dame Darcy's Illustrated Guide to Magic, Love, and Creativity
Author: Dame Darcy
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction
Combine a graphic novel with a dash of crafts, a sprinkle of feminist fairy tales, and a whole cauldron of spells—voilà!—Dame Darcy's Handbook for Hot Witches. This is the guide for girls who want cool things to do and great friends to do them with, who aren't afraid to be their different, awesome selves. It's a celebration of powerful, creative girls—the sort of girls who may have been called "witches" once, but who, as this book proclaims, are "hot," because of their talent and their uniqueness. With sections on banjo playing, beauty spells, palm reading, and much more, this fully illustrated handbook will send girls on their way to independence, creativity, and magic.
The latest volume in Russ Kick's New York Times best-selling series retells classic crime fiction in full-color visual comix splendor. "Easily the most ambitious and successfully realized literary project in recent memory." --NPR "A treasure trove for literary comics fans." --WIRED Here are Teddy Goldenberg's dense, murky treatment of Dashiell Hammett's "The Road Home," often considered the first hardboiled detective story ever published. Shawn Cheng renders the first serial-killer story, the so-called fairy tale "Bluebeard" by Charles Perrault. Landis Blair reimagines The Trial as a choose-your-own-adventure story that you cannot win, and Ted Rall retells an O. Henry story about a petty criminal who just can't get arrested. Plus 28 other contributors using a wide range of illustrative styles. As with previous volumes in the Graphic Canon series, the illustrations run the full gamut of media and techniques, and artistic interpretations range from verbatim literalism to metaphorical extensions to surrealism and abstraction. The common theme, tracing the origins and standout texts of the morbid and mysterious, unites these multifarious partners in crime.