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The GayBCs

A Moms Demand Action Book Club Pick

“The perfect way to teach your kiddos LGBTQ+ vocab while celebrating the beauty of embracing yourself and others.”—KIWI Magazine

Now in board book format, a joyful alphabet book of LGBTQ+ vocabulary for kids of all ages!

A playdate extravaganza transforms into a joyful celebration of friendship, love, and identity as four young friends sashay out of all the closets, dress up in a wardrobe fit for kings and queens, and discover the wonders of their imagination. In The GayBCs, M. L. Webb’s playful illustrations and lively poems delight in the beauty of embracing one’s truest self—from A is for Aro and Ace to F is for Family to T is for Trans.

The GayBCs is a heartwarming and accessible gift to show kids and adults alike that every person is worthy of being celebrated. A bonus glossary offers opportunities for further discussion of complete terms, communities, and inclusive identities.

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Stuff Every Cannabisseur Should Know

The perfect gift for the cannabis-curious and the pot-lover in your life, this pocket guide includes the history, culture, and many uses of marijuana, from recreation to self-care.

Cannabis has been one of the most popular psychoactive herbs across the world since before recorded history. With the legalization of marijuana across the United States, there's never been a better time to learn about its many uses, methods of use, effects, and strains, as well as its impact on entertainment and culture. Within the pages of this pocket-sized guide, you'll find information, how-tos, and trivia for weed-users at all levels. Newbies and cannabisseurs alike will learn:

• How to Roll a Joint/Cone
• How to Do a Bong Hit
• How to Dab
• How to Grow in Legal Environments
• How to Buy from a Dispensary
• And more!

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Hello Color

Rachel Mae Smith gives beginning crafters 25 easy and fun home decor projects to liven up your life and make your home space vibrant. 

Whether she’s writing for her blog, snapping pictures for Instagram, or just living her life, Rachel Mae Smith is all about the simple joys of handmaking and bringing brightness to everything. And now beginning crafters, aspirational DIYers, and dorm dwellers can, too! Rachel shares her colorful signature style in each simple and fun step-by-step project like Dip-Dyed Napkins, Pom-Pom Votive Candle Holders, and Geometric Patterned Pillows. Helpful sidebars on decorating, like Staging a Beautiful Bookcase and building Bar Carts for Beginners, give you ideas for perking up pre-fab accessories so that any space can look colorful. Plus how-tos on working with specific materials, ideas for entertaining, and—of course—a guide to shooting pictures. And as a special bonus, tear-out posters in the back make it easy for you to decorate your walls in a snap!

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The Astrology of You and Me

This astrological relationship guide is indispensable for dealing with everyone from friends and family to bosses and coworkers. 
 
Steer your life by the stars and make every interpersonal relationship in your life shine. This beautifully-designed handbook will teach you to bring energy to your relationships and divine the true nature of personalities using the power of astrology. Do you know how to live peacefully with a Taurus? Discuss money issues with a Cancer? Improve your sex life with a Scorpio? With chapters arranged by astrological sign, The Astrology of You and Me will give you help and guidance for every star-crossed situation imaginable and features beautiful astrology-inspired illustrations throughout.

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Basic Witches

A magical lifestyle guide for everything from powering up a stylish crystal to banishing terrible Tinder dates.

Want to feel terrifyingly beautiful? Wear the right color of eye shadow to project otherworldly glamour. Need to exorcise a toxic friendship? Repeat the proper incantation and make it disappear. Want to increase your energy? Whip up a tasty herbal “potion” to rev up your stamina. DIY projects, rituals, and spells—along with fun historical sidebars—summon the best trends of the modern witchy lifestyle and the time-trusted traditions of the hell-raising women of the past. With humor, heart, and a hip sensibility, Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman dispense witchy wisdom for the curious, the cynical, and anyone who could use a magical boost.

Selected Table of Contents:

CHAPTER 1 – Self-Initiation: An Induction into Basic Witchery
What We Mean by “Witchcraft”
Our Favorite Pop Culture Witches

CHAPTER 2 – Glamours: The Power to Change How You Look
How to Clothe Yourself in Literal Darkness
The Dark Magic of Unfeminine Haircuts
A Spell for Self-Care

CHAPTER 3 – Healing: The Power to Care for Yourself
A Spell to Make Peace with Your Body
Magical Exercise
A Ritual for a Relaxing Netflix Binge

CHAPTER 4 – Summoning: The Power to Care for Others (and Have Them Care for You)
The Transformative Power of Vulnerability
A Collaborative Ritual to Deepen Friendship

CHAPTER 5 – Enchantment: The Power to Make Choices about Love and Sex
Conjuring Your Perfect Mate
The Magic Circle of Consent
A Spell for Talking about Sex

CHAPTER 6 – Banishment: The Power to Avoid What Brings You Down
Expelling Social Toxicity
The Different Types of Personal Demons
A Spell to Counter Impostor Syndrome

CHAPTER 7 – Divination: The Power to Decide Your Destiny
A Spell to Name Your Heart’s Desire
How to Read Tea Leaves

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Stuff Every Graduate Should Know

Everything you need to take on—or take over!—the real world
Just because you’ve got a diploma in hand doesn’t mean you know everything! This ultimate pocket-sized guide for life after school is filled with information for every step of the road to adulthood, including:
 
• How to Find Your First Apartment
• How to Write the Perfect Résumé
• How to Survive Living with Your Parents
• How to Make (and Stick to!) a Budget
 
Plus tips for staying in shape, building a professional wardrobe, throwing a real dinner party, and everything else a newly minted grown-up needs to know.
 
Partial TOC:
Personal Stuff:
How to Build a Grown-Up Wardrobe
How to Take Care of Yourself When You’re Sick
How to Stay in Shape
Medical Care 
How to Handle Depression
Living Stuff:
Apartment Hunting
How to Coexist with Roommates
How to Deal with Living with Your Parents
How to Make a Meal Plan and Grocery Shop
How to Clean House
Job and Money Stuff:
How to Write a Résumé
How to Nail an Interview
How to Understand Your Paycheck
How to Make (and Stick to) a Basic Budget
How to Buy a Car
Social Stuff:
How to Make New Friends
How to Host a Dinner Party
How to Ask Someone Out
How to Break Up with Someone
How to Attend a Wedding

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