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Thế giới Andersen

Giới thiệu với mọi người album tập hợp một số tranh minh hoạ cho các truyện cổ tích của Andersen cùng với một tiểu luận về thế giới nghệ thuật của văn hào người Đan Mạch này. 4,520 more words


Wylhil 2.6: Book Launch

Book Launch

“Mommy, why is that man crying?”

“Leave him alone, Juno. It’s not polite to stare.”

The underground stone chamber is well lit, illuminated with subtly placed halogen spots, soft ambient light in pockets behind the rough hewn stone pillars, dividing its expansive area into warm dim pockets, other spots brightly picking out the grey walls. 1,388 more words


Back-to-School Spiel

by be. aaron

When the September edition of Vogue hits newsstands it’s time to transition into back-to-school mode. I am making a list of the supplies I look forward to stockpiling: a dozen extra-long yellow legal pads, a dozen uni-ball Vision fine points in black, a dozen post-its, two reams of recycled inkjet printer paper, my  favorite pencils–the Faber-Castell jumbo grip– designed for kids but kind to adults whose hold is too tight. 396 more words


Life after Nervous Breakdown (Celebrity Edition)

Following on from my earlier post on Celebs who  have had an N.B. Let’s get inspired by what they went on to achieve! They still survived and clearly thrived beyond their Wildest Dreams! 114 more words


10 Dark, Creepy Children's Books Every Kid Should Read

Amazon’s editors released their picks for “100 Children’s Books to Read in a Lifetime” this week. While no one’s knocking Babar or Harry Potter, the list felt like it was missing some of our favorite strain of children’s lit: the creepy kind. 737 more words


Neil Gaiman - The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Review

Neil Gaiman, ‘ The Ocean at the End of the Lane’ – Review by Stuart Cross

– ISBN 978-1-4722-0034-1

Neil Gaiman is on the Internet’s high score list. 504 more words