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Nature and the Serious Work of Joy
Nature and the Serious Work of Joy

“There can be occasions when we suddenly and involuntarily find ourselves loving the natural world with a startling intensity, in a burst of emotion which we may not fully understand…”

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Jeff Buckley on Music and Life: A Rare Interview with a Rare Soul
Jeff Buckley on Music and Life: A Rare Interview with a Rare Soul

“Be awake enough to see where you are at any given time and how that is beautiful and has poetry inside.”

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Mysterious Street Photographer Vivian Maier’s Self-Portraits
Mysterious Street Photographer Vivian Maier’s Self-Portraits

How a remarkable woman, at once mythical and legendary, saw herself.

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The Dark: An Illustrated Meditation on Overcoming Fear from Lemony Snicket and Jon Klassen
The Dark: An Illustrated Meditation on Overcoming Fear from Lemony Snicket and Jon Klassen

A heart-warming allegory about what it means to make peace with our demons.

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Two Hundred Years of Blue
Two Hundred Years of Blue

Cerulean splendor from Goethe, Thoreau, Virginia Woolf, Vladimir Nabokov, Rachel Carson, Toni Morrison, and other literary masters.

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The Best Photography Books of 2013
The Best Photography Books of 2013

From Mongolia to Mars, by way of mesmerizing mines and Manhattan’s characters.

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Beneath the Rainbow: Enchanting Stories and Poems from Kenya, Illustrated by African Artists
Beneath the Rainbow: Enchanting Stories and Poems from Kenya, Illustrated by African Artists

Lovely modern-day fables based on African mythology.

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Brian Eno on Creativity, Confidence, and How Attention Creates Value
Brian Eno on Creativity, Confidence, and How Attention Creates Value

“Stop thinking about art works as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences.”

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