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Reads tagged with “children’s books”

Wabi Sabi: An Unusual Children’s Book Based on the Japanese Philosophy of Finding Beauty in Imperfection and Impermanence
Wabi Sabi: An Unusual Children’s Book Based on the Japanese Philosophy of Finding Beauty in Imperfection and Impermanence

What a lost cat has to do with the evolution of the tea ceremony as an existential philosophy.

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RxArt: Healing Children Through Contemporary Art
RxArt: Healing Children Through Contemporary Art

What blood transfusions have to do with modern art and coloring between the lines.

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5 Classic Children’s Books with Timeless Philosophy for Grown-Ups
5 Classic Children’s Books with Timeless Philosophy for Grown-Ups

The yellow brick road to self-discovery, or what long words have to do with running in place.

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Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid
Gift Guide: Kids & The Eternal Kid

From thinking to tinkering, by way of color, music and photography.

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Return of the Pooh
Return of the Pooh

An epic comeback, an otter, and what your inner child has to do with philosophy.

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An Awesome Book of Thanks! Dallas Clayton Celebrates Gratitude
An Awesome Book of Thanks! Dallas Clayton Celebrates Gratitude

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13 Words: Lemony Snicket + Maira Kalman
13 Words: Lemony Snicket + Maira Kalman

A despondent dog, a busy bird, and what iconic illustration has to do with the iPad.

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Leave Your Sleep: Natalie Merchant Sets Victorian Children’s Poetry to Song
Leave Your Sleep: Natalie Merchant Sets Victorian Children’s Poetry to Song

Musty libraries, otherworldly storytelling, and how dead poets wrote the year’s most moving album.

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Alphabet Books Rethought
Alphabet Books Rethought

Contortionists, negative space, and what Claymation has to do with the Kama Sutra.

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