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    Stuck at home with nothing to do? Combat boredom with this list of free e-book samplers and PDF excerpts from popular Quirk books. Craft a fun D.I.Y. gift for someone special or dive into a sample of that one Quirk book you haven't had time to read until now. Get crackin'!

  • Happy, happy holidays from your friends here at Quirk Books! Thanks for all of your support and love. We couldn't do it without you.

    Download our brand new Quirk wrapping paper here for any last minute gifts, and may your holiday season be filled with friends, reading, and fun! (Don't forget the fireplace, hot cocoa, and mini marshmallows.)

  • An UFO is an unidentified flying object, which could mean many things other than a vessel carrying visitors from space, but we still plan to spend World UFO Day imagining not-quite-human possibilities with the little readers in our lives. When you hear alien, your mind might automatically imagine stereotypical “little green men,” but these picture books show that extraterrestrial life comes in all shapes, sizes, and circumstances – science fiction, but with undeniable timely relevance. In each selection, you’ll find aliens with much in common with humans, from a love of cupcakes to homesickness. Imagination sparked, craft your own alien and spacecraft (handy tutorial linked below)!

  • Don’t judge a book by its cover. We’ve heard this all our lives, and the saying is true. However, there are some gorgeous covers out there — and some of them can even double as decor.

  • Photo by Miika Laaksonen on Unsplash

    New Year, New Bookshelf! As far as resolutions go, promising to get those piles and piles of comics organized and looking beautiful is a great one: it’s achievable, cheap, simple, and has an instant payoff. Just looking at shelves of beautiful comics, knowing that all of your favorites are at your fingertips…that’s a warm glow to keep you going in a cold January.

    The question is not whether to organize your comic collection—it’s how to do it. Especially for new collectors, the options seem endless. How to keep all those comics in a way that is beautiful, useful, and makes sure that they stay in good condition, just in case they’re worth money one day. If you’re looking at how to organize your growing comic collection this year, we’ve got all your questions answered right here. Happy sorting!

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