The beauty industry in post-Taliban Afghanistan is one of only a few socially acceptable fields a woman can enter which can actually support her family.
I always enjoyed watching Nate’s big reveals, and needless to say, they were totally awesome. I would feel inspired to jump up and redecorate my own home—in my head, at least.
A young girl named Shoba, with the help of her monkey Fuzzy Patel, takes a magical journey to Mumbai in order to attend a monkey wedding, meeting an eclectic assortment of well-wishers along the way.
This book follows the very intrepid and entirely relatable journey undertaken by author Rachel Bertsche, who has set a lofty goal for herself: go on 52 friend dates, one per week, for a year in hopes of finding her new BFF.
Lena, with the help of her mother, an artist, learns there are different shades of brown, which she sees while on a walk through her neighborhood.
The finance guru dishes on the best types of loans for first-time homebuyers, leasing vs owning a car, the importance of a FICO score, and more. A must-read for those who are just beginning to reach large financial milestones in life.
Young Maggie, desperate to master the mysterious art of eating with chopsticks, is by turns scolded and taunted by various family members around the dinner table, until her father inspires her to find her own way to success.
It shows creative ways to display food and explains the use of lighting techniques, as well as post-processing, in an easy-to-read format.
Call it the evolution of the cupcake. From the creators of the book Hello, Cupcake! comes the sweet follow-up What’s New, Cupcake? Ingeniously Simple Designs for Every Occasion. Cupcakers Karen Tack and Alan Richardson are back creating adorable and creative cupcakes for any occasion.