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About Julia Rothman
Julia Rothman is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. She has an illustrated column in the New York Times called Scratch, that focuses on small businesses. Her illustrations have appeared on a variety of things: wallpaper, stationery, subway posters, billboards, fabric and dishes. She has authored twelve books and counting. Her books have been praised by the Wall Street journal, New York Times, the Atlantic, PBS News Hour, the Boston Globe and others.
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See the world in a whole new way! Acclaimed illustrator Julia Rothman combines art and science in this exciting and educational guide to the structure, function, and personality of the natural world. Explore the anatomy of a jellyfish, the inside of a volcano, monarch butterfly migration, how sunsets work, and much more. Rothman’s whimsical illustrations are paired with interactive activities that encourage curiosity and inspire you to look more closely at the world all around you.
Nature Anatomy is the second book in Rothman's Anatomy series – you'll love Nature Anatomy Notebook, Ocean Anatomy, Food Anatomy, and Farm Anatomy, too!
Also available in this series: Nature Anatomy, Farm Anatomy, Food Anatomy, and Nature Anatomy Notebook
Also available in this series: Nature Anatomy, Nature Anatomy Notebook, Ocean Anatomy, and Food Anatomy.
EVERY BODY berührt auf intime Weise. Dies ist das erste allumfassende Buch zur menschlichen Sexualität und Körperwahrnehmung in all seiner göttlichen Vielfalt. Es lädt spielerisch-abwechslungsreich ein zum Dialog mit anderen und sich selbst. Zutiefst persönliche Geschichten, spannende Reportagen und kurzweilige Interviews mit Körper-Experten der verschiedensten Disziplinen vereinen sich hier zu einem faszinierenden Mosaik der Möglichkeiten sexueller Identitäten gerahmt von wunderschönen, humorvollen und auch unverstellt expliziten Illustrationen. Witzig, verstörend, traurig, schön. Das Themenspektrum ist so divers wie die Wirklichkeit: erste Male, die offene Beziehung, ungewollte Schwangerschaft, Sexspielzeuge, Lust, Ängste und Traumata. Was wir über Sex wissen wollten und nicht zu fragen wagten: Hier gibt es intime Einblicke, berührende Geschichten und großartige Kunst zum Staunen, Mitfühlen und Verstehen.
Experience a radically inclusive and informative collection of stories, essays, interviews, and art about sex, relationships, and body confidence.
Have you ever had a question about sex—whether out of curiosity, desire, or the sneaking suspicion you’re, somehow, different? Every Body will help you feel less alone. It’s a huge collection of anonymous stories, essays, artwork, and expert tell-alls on myriad subjects, all rolled into one. Really, it’s the conversations most of us are too scared to start.
Thanks to talented duo Julia Rothman and Shaina Feinberg, we don’t have to. The stories, essays, and interviews they’ve compiled touch on a wide array of topics, including first times, open relationships, body acceptance, accidental pregnancies, sex toys, pleasure, fear and trauma, sexual discovery, and more.
Framed by dozens of artists’ illustrations, deeply personal interviews, and expert essays that address stigmas and clichés, this book is an informative, welcoming, and inclusive user’s guide to your body, no matter its shape, size, or preferences.
A dynamic group of voices and styles makes Every Body an essential resource and helpful companion as you explore your own body (and more!).
Explore the secret stories of the individuals behind some of the most legendary figures in the arts, politics, science, and technology in this fascinating compendium of historical fact and biographical trivia. Learn about Michael and Joy Brown, who gifted Harper Lee a year’s worth of wages to help her write To Kill a Mockingbird. Meet Thomas A. Watson, the assistant who built the telephone Alexander Graham Bell invented. And read about Sam Shaw, the man whose iconic photographs helped make Marilyn Monroe the enduring legend she is today. Each individual’s incredible story is told by a noted historian and illustrated in a sumptuous portrait by one of today’s hottest artists. History has never been so captivating or looked so good.
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“Sixty-five illustrators and as many writers collaborated for these surprising, fun bios of history’s secret sidekicks, including Mrs. Warhola, who inspired her son Andy’s fascination with groceries.” —mental_floss magazine
“A charmingly illustrated compendium of history’s most fascinating—and largely unknown—sidekicks.” —Entertainment Weekly
A science book like no other, The Where, the Why, and the How turns loose seventy-five of today’s hottest artists onto life’s vast questions, from how we got here to where we are going. Inside these pages some of the biggest (and smallest) mysteries of the natural world are explained in essays by real working scientists, which are then illustrated by artists given free rein to be as literal or as imaginative as they like. The result is a celebration of the wonder that inspires every new discovery. Featuring work by such contemporary luminaries as Lisa Congdon, Jen Corace, Neil Farber, Susie Ghahremani, Jeremyville, and many more, this is a work of scientific and artistic exploration to pique the interest of both the intellectually and imaginatively curious.
“A work of art . . . Pop-science buffs will find the subject matter intriguing, and those who admire graphic novels or comic art will find a plethora of eye candy.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“The artists created whimsical illustrations, and the scientists responded with thoughtful essays.” —Smithsonian.com
“Seventy-five contemporary artists such as Jacob Magraw, Jen Corace, and Patrick Kyle were commissioned to create the book’s original artwork, leading to a huge variety of visual styles throughout. Some illustrations are, like the front cover pictured above, akin to those of a beautified textbook, but the most are simply works of art; literal, metaphorical, or satiric imagery to accompany the text.” —The Verge