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Reads tagged with “children’s books”

I Touched the Sun: A Tender Illustrated Fable About How to Find and Bear Your Inner Light
I Touched the Sun: A Tender Illustrated Fable About How to Find and Bear Your Inner Light

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Little Black Hole: A Tender Cosmic Fable About How to Live with Loss
Little Black Hole: A Tender Cosmic Fable About How to Live with Loss

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Fox and Bear: A Tender Modern Fable About Reversing the Anthropocene, Illustrated in Cut-Cardboard Dioramas
Fox and Bear: A Tender Modern Fable About Reversing the Anthropocene, Illustrated in Cut-Cardboard Dioramas

An antidote to the civilizational compulsions that rob human nature of nature.

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“Goodnight Moon” Author Margaret Wise Brown’s Radical and Rapturous Life, Illustrated
“Goodnight Moon” Author Margaret Wise Brown’s Radical and Rapturous Life, Illustrated

“Lives don’t work the way most books do… Lives are funny and sad, scary and comforting, beautiful and ugly, but not when they’re supposed to be, and sometimes all at the same time.”

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Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens: Arthur Rackham’s Haunting Illustrations for the Barrie Classic
Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens: Arthur Rackham’s Haunting Illustrations for the Barrie Classic

“There is almost nothing that has such a keen sense of fun as a fallen leaf.”

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