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Coffee Table

Coffee table books are a great way to aesthetically present larger-than- life content. From gallery books that display the collected work of an artist or photographer to image-driven histories or scientific texts, we can help you find the right medium. At Mascot Books, we work with a production network of domestic and international printers to find the specifications and materials that are right for your project. Our designers will help lay out your content so that your vibrant images stand out while a copy editor refines your text. Our marketing team will work closely with you to define your audience and create a creative marketing plan to pursue distribution opportunities that will broaden your reach and get your work out there. Tell us about your book and we’ll help you get your work out there.

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Ruby Silvious
Marnie Schneider

363 Days of Tea
Ruby Silvious

Follow artist Ruby Silvious’s 364-day journey as she creates miniature paintings using repurposed tea bags as her canvas. Her next project, Reclaimed Canvas, features beautiful paintings made on the inside of eggshells.

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Charles M. Free, Jr. - Bygone Days author
Charles M. Free, Jr.

Bygone Days: My Family’s Six Generations in the Nation’s Capital
Charles M. Free, Jr.

This coffee table book tells the history of Capitol Hill as seen through the lives and times of a family who has lived there for six generations. This book is a collection of memories celebrating the six branches of an American family in the nation’s capitol of Washington D.C. Their survival through difficult times and their joys through better days serve as examples to all who seek more rewarding lives.

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Sondra Nations
Sondra Nations
Tim Madigan
Tim Madigan

The Tarantula Project: Fort Worth and Western Railroad
Tim Madigan and Sondra Nations

This book tells a story of vision, struggle, perseverance, and ultimately success of a unique project in the long and vaunted history of the railroad industry. It began with the dream of William S. Davis, who wanted to reclaim the western heritage of his beloved Fort Worth. Captured in word and in picture, Tarantula Project is a celebration of a time gone by and a stirring testimony to what is possible when smart, determined people won’t take “no” for an answer.

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Marcela Limon - Tiniest Gift Author
Marcela Limon

Tiniest Gift
Marcela Limon

Marcela Limon found her passion for maternity and newborn photography after establishing her photography company, Lemonshoots, in 2015. Since then, she believes her soul shines brighter with every session. Babies taught her to love what she does and she shares that love by capturing life’s earliest moments in this beautiful book of photographs.