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New Simon’s Cat, Adam Mansbach, and more!

New Simon’s Cat, Adam Mansbach, and more!

New Simon’s Cat, Adam Mansbach, and more!

October 2015

Happy October!

As a reminder all books ordered from our website are always 25% off. See below for more details on our new releases and don’t forget to check our our events calendar to find out who’s appearing in a bookstore near you!

Best regards,

Johanna Ingalls

Seriously, You Have to Eat by Adam Mansbach with illustrations by Owen Brozman
Step aside Green Eggs and Ham, there’s a new, 21st-century book in town that will compel all finicky children to eat!

Simon’s Cat Off to the Vet…and Other Cat-astrophes by Simon Tofield
“Whether you are 5 or 95, this is sure to draw a smile from you.”
—Examiner

What Is Punk? by Eric Morse with illustrations by Anny Yi
“A punk primer for the youngest set . . . Yi’s incredibly detailed clay figures are a kinetic and inspired art choice. Their crazy creativity matches the expressive spirit of punk.” —Kirkus Reviews
 

And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality
a memoir by Mark Segal

“With great verve and spirit, Segal has rendered a lively and dramatic memoir of the early days of the gay rights struggle; the infighting over strategies and objectives; the long, hard road of progress; and a look at the challenges still ahead.”
—Booklist

“In this memoir we see the inside story of how the battle of LGBT civil rights was played and won. It is a compelling story told by someone who is at the forefront of the fight and who deserves substantial credit for its victories.”
—Governor Ed Rendell
Five Hours: How My Son’s Brief Life Changed Everything
a memoir by Lucinda Weatherby

“Heartbreaking and yet uplifting, this is a beautifully written memoir that speaks to the challenges many women face regarding sexuality and motherhood.”

—Wendy Kline, author of Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Women’s Health in the Second Wave

“Powerful and enlightening…I saw what a gift it was for Lucinda Weatherby to carry, deliver, and finally meet her precious child, no matter how briefly. It was a profound paradigm shift for me.”
—Pamela Colloff, Texas Monthly

Akashic Books, 232 Third St., #A115, Brooklyn, NY 11215

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