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Chronicle Books Visits ModCloth for an Old-Fashioned Book Fair

Remember when you were a kid and the book fair came to school? You waited eagerly until it was your grade’s turn to check out all of the shiny new books, and  were even given a few dollars stuffed into …

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Too-th Cute for Words

When the hardback release of My Milk Toof arrived on my desk, there was only one phrase I could pen to my West Coast colleagues with my heart all a’mush: “You are about to be adora-bliterated!”

Told in a series …

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5 Questions for the Iconic Anna Sui

When Anna Sui’s highly-anticipated tome arrived at the office, we were smitten on sight. The retrospective’s foil-stamped hardcovers, vibrant photography, and sharply written commentary on Sui’s lengthy career left us stunned and speechless. When we learned that we would …

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How to Avoid Ending Up on a VH1 Reality TV Show

“Every era has its own concept of charm,” reads the first sentence of Helen Valentine and Alice Thompson’s Better than Beauty. So where should we look to find the epitome of charm today? The Jerry Springer Show? MTV’s The …

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