The Grandview from Almost Heaven is a 12-foot barrel sauna that you can easily assemble with a buddy and a few hand tools. It comes in one of 3 woods (Nordic Spruce, Hemlock Fir, and an addictively aromatic Red Cedar), and its cylindrical shape is designed to circulate the heat like a rotisserie — only you’re the meat!
The premise of this 32-page “modern father-son love story” from Alison McGhee and New York Times bestselling illustrator Eliza Wheeler is probably pretty familiar, at least if you have tattoos: a kid asks about daddy’s ink, and dad obliges with the story behind each tattoo. In the process, they bond.
As with Lost My Name‘s entire collection of personalized stories (and games and milestone cards), Kingdom Of You makes your kid the main character in their own adventure book. All you do is enter some key info when ordering: from their name, to their favorite food, to their favorite thing (not named Mommy).
It might technically be a Pathfinder, but this seemingly indestructible waterproof Bluetooth speaker is built Ford tough. It’s impervious to the rain, boasts wheels and a side carrying handle for easy transport, and can run over 75 hours on a single charge.
The concept is simple: To tell the time, you have to calculate 2 math equations ⏤ one for the hour, one for minutes. So if the clock displays “9 / 3 + 5 hours, 32 + 9 minutes” you know that it’s 8:41. Also, that you’re late for work. There are 4 levels of difficulty and the problems change as quickly as every 10 seconds.