From the author of the bestselling ballbusterMen to Avoid in Art and LifecomesFriends to Keep in Art and Life, a hilarious and relatable celebration of female friendships.
Pairing classical paintings with funny, irreverent captions, Nicole Tersigni honors all sorts of sacred female friendships and the miscellaneous nonsense that brings women closer together. Focusing on five major friend types (the Work Friend, the Nurturing Friend, the Hide a Body for You Friend, the Up for Anything Friend, and the Super Honest Friend), Tersigni's meme-style humor perfectly captures all of the weird-but-special, intimate, cherished, and often laugh-out-loud moments that define female friendship.
BESTSELLING AUTHOR: Nicole Tersigni broke the Internet with her first book, the hit success Men to Avoid in Art and Life based on her hysterical Twitter feed. Still packed with the same whip-smart humor,Friends to Keep in Art and Life celebrates wholesome female friendships in a loving way.
THE PERFECT GIFT: Friends to Keep in Art and Life covers the many different types of female friendships, making it the perfect present for any pal in your life! Whether they're your work wife, drinking buddy, or bluntly honest bestie, there’s something for everybody in this book. No matter the gifting moment—birthdays, holidays, or "just because" days—it's a surprise that’s sure to make them laugh!
RELATABLE CONTENT: These universal kinds of friendships will delight any pal you gift it to! This book sparks nostalgic banter and will have you and your friends reminiscing in no time.
Art history enthusiasts
Fans of shows like Golden Girls, Broad City, and Girls
This is the incredible story of an ex-con turned world-saving Super Hero. InLook Out for the Little Guy, Scott Lang shares with the world a bracingly honest account of his struggles and triumphs, from serving time to being a divorced dad to becoming Ant-Man and joining The Avengers. These are stories of epic battles won and lost, as this everyman turned Super Hero finally tells all—from the official account of what really happened between The Avengers and Thanos to how shrinking down to ant-size really feels to the challenges of balancing the roles of hero and dad. Across his many adventures big and small, Scott has gathered the wisdom of countless amazing experiences into this, the first memoir from a real-life Avenger. Once you learn the unforgettable details of his epic journey, you won't need to be reminded . . . to look out for the little guy.
Parenting Advice to Ignore in Art and Life by Nicole Tersigni
From in-laws and other parents to complete strangers and even your own kids—when it comes to parenting, everyone's a critic. Against the classic backdrop of fine art, bestselling author Nicole Tersigni's Parenting Advice to Ignore in Art and Life pokes fun at the many "experts" who think they know more than you about your own children. Utterly (and unfortunately) relatable and hilarious as ever, Tersigni's spot-on captions provide a much-needed laugh for anyone who has had the pleasure of parenting and the pain of having a stranger tell you to put a hat on your baby.
What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding: A Memoir by Kristin Newman
A funny, sexy, and ultimately poignant memoir about mastering the art of the “vacationship”—the inspiration for the upcoming Freeform seriesWhile You Were Breeding “What I Was Doing While You Were Breedingis kind of like ifEat, Pray, Lovewere written by your funniest friend.”—Rachel Dratch
Kristin Newman spent much of her twenties and thirties buying dresses to wear to her friends’ weddings and baby showers. Not ready to settle down and in need of an escape from her fast-paced job as a sitcom writer, Kristin instead traveled the world, often alone, for several weeks each year. In addition to falling madly in love with the planet, Kristin fell for many attractive locals, men who could provide the emotional connection she wanted without costing her the freedom she desperately needed.
Kristin introduces readers to the Israeli bartenders, Finnish poker players, sexy Bedouins, and Argentinean priests who helped her transform into “Kristin-Adjacent” on the road–a slower, softer, and, yes, sluttier version of herself at home. Equal parts laugh-out-loud storytelling, candid reflection, and wanderlust-inspiring travel tales, What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding is a compelling debut that will have readers rushing to renew their passports.