"WHERE IS THE LIBRARY?" Language Pencils
This set of five pencils is imprinted with the all-important query,”WHERE IS THE LIBRARY?” in five different languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and German.
Edward Gorey Verse Advice Notecards
"The helpful thought for which you look / Is written somewhere in a book." And three more sayings of advice.
Greek Gods and Goddesses Notebook
This colorful notebook is decorated with twelve Greek gods and goddesses, along with their Roman names in italics and their areas of dominion. Hardcover, 96 lined pages
Hunt-Lenox Globe Softcover Notebook
This handsome softcover notebook is covered with an image taken from the Hunt-Lenox Globe, one of the greatest treasures in The New York Public Library.
In the Bookstore 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Enter every reader’s dream bookstore in this fun puzzle where literary genres come to life as the pieces come together.
Shakespeare Playing Cards
Play your favorite card games with Romeo and Juliet as King and Queen of Hearts, Lady Macbeth as Ace Villain, Ariel as the Joker, and more.
The Night Sky Postcards
This handsome foil-stamped box holds fifty postcards, each with a single sublime image: pages from Galileo's sketchbooks, Chinese star maps, artist interpretations of the universe, and rarely seen images from the NASA archives.
The World of Jane Austen: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
You’ll find 60 characters and great houses from the novels of Jane Austen, set against the landscapes in which they are featured.
The World of Shakespeare: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Shakespeare’s seventeenth-century world is illustrated in absorbing detail in this puzzle depicting the London of his day as 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' is being rehearsed at the Globe.
The World of Sherlock Holmes: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Immerse yourself in the world of Sherlock Holmes in this detailed jigsaw puzzle depicting the London of his day.
Virginia Woolf’s Notebooks
Choose Vol 3 or Vol 4 or both. The covers of these hardcover notebooks are reproductions of two of seven of Virginia Woolf's notebooks in which she drafted the 1931 novel The Waves, considered among her best and most experimental works.