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Home to Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, the Bronte sisters, and Martin Luther King, HarperCollins Publishers is one of the world’s leading English-language publishers. Founded by brothers James and John Harper in New York City in 1817 as J. and J. Harper, it was acquired in 1987 by News Corp. The worldwide book conglomerate was formed following News Corp’s acquisition of British publishers William Collins & Sons, publishing house to legendary authors Agatha Christie, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis among others. With two centuries of experience, HarperCollins covers an array of genres, including literary and commercial fiction, business books, children’s books, cookbooks, mystery, romance and religious books. Today, HarperCollins is the first publisher to digitize its content and create a global digital warehouse.

Past Sales Featuring Harper Collins & more

Sale Ended May 13, 2014

Aden + Anais

Keep baby snug as a bug with soft blankets, sleep sacks, and terry towels.

Sale Ended November 02, 2012

Developmental Toys & Books

We always try to pick out the most fun toys for our kids (we want the playroom to be the happiest place on earth), but we love it when a toy combines fun with learning. From letters to new languages, the items here all have an educational component (we have books, too!). Our top picks: A play mat made of connecting letters, and toy instruments for mini musicians.

Sale Ended May 02, 2014

Rhyme Time: Kids' Favorite Books

Poetry-filled classics by Shel Silverstein, Dr. Seuss, and more.

Sale Ended December 01, 2010

Rizzoli

Rizzoli’s colorful, well-photographed books are design pieces in their own right—this preeminent Italian book publisher earned its reputation by combining remarkable visuals with solid writing, after all. Shop the sale for an up-close look at the work of architect I.M. Pei, or the 40-year-plus career of veteran fashion designer Sonia Rykiel. And take a gander at <i>L.A. Modern</i>, a firsthand view at how Los Angeles came to define American modernism.

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