Dive in and party with us as we celebrate our 2nd summer of book bundling with the Beach Party Summer Book Bundle! Curated and crafted with love, this bundle includes hardcover and paperback books perfect for beach reads, cozy days at home, or any time you need a good book. Plus, save 10% versus purchasing each book individually, AND get FREE SHIPPING with CODE: BEACH23 ! And, your purchase helps others – 10% of the purchase price of this bundle goes to support adult literacy through ProLiteracy. Let's get this beach party started!
Here's what's included:
A Pity Party is Still a Party: A Feel-Good Guide to Feeling Bad by Chelsea Harvey Garner (Hardcover) (272pgs)
If you're feeling down, reach for this uplifting guide to feeling bad. Written by licensed therapist, Chelsea Harvey Garner, A Pity Party Is Still a Party provides reflections on sadness and being sad, and helps you process and connect to heal sorrow.
The Beginner's Guide to Ayurvedic Home Remedies: Ancient Healing for Modern Life by Susan Weis-Bohlen (Paperback) (192pgs)
Learn about the ancient art of Ayurvedic holistic healing with this must-have beginner's guide from Susan Weis-Bohlen, one of our favorite authors and an international Ayurvedic health consultant with over 25 years of experience.
Bread and Circus: Poems by Airea D. Matthews (Hardcover)(112pgs)
Bread and Circus, a fresh collection of thought-provoking poetry from Philadelphia's Poet Laureate, Airea D. Matthews. With an examination of economic theory juxtaposed with reflections on systemic poverty, each poem will leave you intrigued.
To Dye For: How Toxic Fashion Is Making Us Sick--And How We Can Fight Back by Alden Wicker (Hardcover) (304pgs)
Darling, WHO are you wearing? Or should we ask, "WHAT are you wearing?" To Dye For: How Toxic Fashion Is Making Us Sick--And How We Can Fight Back by Award-winning journalist Alden Wicker is the perfect read for conscientious fashionistas around the globe. Featured in hardcover and audiobook, this book asks: what are we wearing, what is it doing to our bodies and our planet, and how can we buck the system?