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Just because you and your kids may not have been to one of our country’s breathtaking national parks doesn’t mean you can’t experience some of it in an analog fashion. The new book “Parks – From Pictures To Words: Persuasion and the National Parks” covers the artwork from the National Parks Service. Standards Manual partnered with photographer Brian Kelley to assemble artwork from brochures, posters, maps, etc., and there are 300 examples found between the covers of this big, yellow coffee table book. There are also detailed topographical maps and documents, as well as information about origins, use, and significance of the artwork. It’s a unique book that should remind you that most of what’s worth experiencing isn’t on a screen.

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Digging for the scoop in a bag of coffee means you’re going to get grounds stuck under your fingernails. Not clamping that bag shut when you’re done means those grounds could also end up all over your shelf. The Coffee Scoop Bag Clip solves both those problems. The stainless steel Coffee Scoop Bag Clip has a 1 tablespoon measuring cup on the end of the clip for easy scooping and sealing.