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New Classics: Chicanx, Interrupted

Hey guys! After posting my first blog on Tuesday — which you should check out if for some reason you haven’t — I’m back again to share with you my first contribution to the New Classics series. 919 more words

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New Classics: Annie Writes!

Hey guys! It’s Annie again, back for our Friday column of The New Classics. Since my internship here at Art + Deco is coming to a close, I wanted to give you a more personal post. 1,838 more words

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In Memoriam: Toni Morrison

Hi guys! This week we’ll be taking a short break from our regularly scheduled programming in order to honor an incredible soul in literature, a woman whose magnitude of life is matched only by the magnitude of the loss we feel without her. 2,093 more words

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Big Red Barn

A great book is often all the inspiration a child needs to engage in meaningful pretend play. Big Red Barn, by Margaret Wise Brown, gently showcases a variety of farm animals going about their day and settling down for the night. 171 more words

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The New Classics: Kids Get Lit(erature)

Welcome back to the New Classics column. On this fine Friday, I wanted to give you some insight into modern children’s books, with modern values of pride, activism, and humor. 609 more words

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New Classics: Confessions of a Theater Kid

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It’s Annie, back for The New Classics. In this blog, I’m going to get real about my past. I have a confession to make, guys: In high school, I was a theater kid. 1,244 more words

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New Classics: Bad Feminist, Black Feminist

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This week, New Classics is introducing a few powerhouse thinkers who have swept into literature and pop culture with the force and will of a kamikaze, willing to sacrifice it all to tell it like it is and give a new name to social criticism. 1,277 more words

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