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Upside Down Day: Rare and Wonderful Vintage Children’s Book by the Head of NASA’s Public Affairs Office
Upside Down Day: Rare and Wonderful Vintage Children’s Book by the Head of NASA’s Public Affairs Office

An ode to those times when everything seems backwards.

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Dare to Disturb the Universe: Madeleine L’Engle on Creativity, Censorship, Writing, and the Duty of Children’s Books
Dare to Disturb the Universe: Madeleine L’Engle on Creativity, Censorship, Writing, and the Duty of Children’s Books

“We find what we are looking for. If we are looking for life and love and openness and growth, we are likely to find them. If we are looking for witchcraft and evil, we’ll likely find them, and we may get taken over by them.”

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Aesthetic Rapture Between Heaven and Hell: William Blake Illustrates John Milton’s “Paradise Lost”
Aesthetic Rapture Between Heaven and Hell: William Blake Illustrates John Milton’s “Paradise Lost”

“The mind is its own place, and in it self / Can make a Heav’n of Hell, a Hell of Heav’n.”

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Lord Byron’s Epic Poem “Don Juan,” Annotated by Isaac Asimov and Illustrated by Milton Glaser
Lord Byron’s Epic Poem “Don Juan,” Annotated by Isaac Asimov and Illustrated by Milton Glaser

Three of history’s greatest geniuses converge around some of the finest satire ever written.

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Alice in Wonderland Illustrated by Ralph Steadman: A 1973 Gem
Alice in Wonderland Illustrated by Ralph Steadman: A 1973 Gem

Down the rabbit hole of creative magic, one truly mad hatter at a time.

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The Wizard of Oz, Reimagined by Beloved Illustrator Lisbeth Zwerger
The Wizard of Oz, Reimagined by Beloved Illustrator Lisbeth Zwerger

An enchanting and original vision for L. Frank Baum’s classic ode to wonderment and joy.

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Agnes Martin on Art, Happiness, Pride, and Failure: A Rare Vintage Interview with the Reclusive Artist
Agnes Martin on Art, Happiness, Pride, and Failure: A Rare Vintage Interview with the Reclusive Artist

“We all have the same inner life. The difference lies in the recognition. The artist has to recognize what it is.”

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The Future of Love: A Humorous Century-Old Prediction for the Age of Data
The Future of Love: A Humorous Century-Old Prediction for the Age of Data

The Stimulus and the Response go on a date.

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I’m Glad I’m a Boy! I’m Glad I’m a Girl! A Vintage Parody of Gender Inequality
I’m Glad I’m a Boy! I’m Glad I’m a Girl! A Vintage Parody of Gender Inequality

“Boys fix things. Girls need things fixed.”

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T. S. Eliot’s “The Cultivation of Christmas Trees”: A Rare Vintage Gem, Illustrated by Enrico Arno
T. S. Eliot’s “The Cultivation of Christmas Trees”: A Rare Vintage Gem, Illustrated by Enrico Arno

“There are several attitudes towards Christmas, some of which we may disregard: The social, the torpid, the patently commercial…”

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