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A Vision of Home

Dear Seamus,

When you were a young baby I tried to introduce you to books. I would prop you up on my lap and leaf through a little children’s book. 692 more words

A review of Humpty Dumpty and Belinda

I’ve been promising this review for years, well, OK since April, and I’ve finally beaten my writer’s block and finished it, hooray!

Humpty Dumpty and Belinda  1,030 more words

Written By Fiona

Growing Older Doesn’t Mean Growing Up!

This post comes to us from Emily Sesko, Curatorial Intern

Down comes Norman Rockwell, and up goes Pinocchio.

Beginning this week, kids rule! Visitors have a chance to catch a glimpse of an original animation cel from Disney’s 1940 film with our newly-installed show from the Low Illustration Collection, featuring illustrations, covers, and much, much more from publications intended for young readers. 610 more words

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Abilene CALF 2013 Day 2

We started off day 2 of the CALF by getting some breakfast from The Bistro in the hotel and JT opening another present.

Then we headed downtown to our first reading. 1,146 more words


Abilene CALF 2013 Day 1

Yesterday was the start of the 2013 Abilene Children’s Art and Literacy Festival. I don’t have much to write about our time at the actual festival so I will just start at the beginning of the day. 401 more words


Books, Experiments, and Books!

We don’t have a lot of book recommendations this month, but a few really stood out. Our top pick is A Drop of Water by Walter Wick… 233 more words


10-26-10: I Spy Walter Wick

Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos and Toys in the Attic is the first museum retrospective of award-winning author and photographic illustrator Walter Wick.

Author of Can You See What I See? 188 more words

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