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Reads tagged with “vintage children’s books”

Maurice Sendak’s Rare Velveteen Rabbit Illustrations circa 1960
Maurice Sendak’s Rare Velveteen Rabbit Illustrations circa 1960

Two icons converge in obscure vintage children’s volume.

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Gorgeous Grimm: 130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy
Gorgeous Grimm: 130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy

What evil stepmothers and conniving wolves have to do with understanding the future of reading.

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7 Nonfiction Children’s Books Blending Whimsy and Education
7 Nonfiction Children’s Books Blending Whimsy and Education

From typography to tsunamis by way of quantum physics, or what Langston Hughes has to do with LEGO.

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The Little Red Hen: Andy Warhol’s Pre-Pop 1958 Children’s Illustration
The Little Red Hen: Andy Warhol’s Pre-Pop 1958 Children’s Illustration

How to own “a Warhol” for under $5, part deux.

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The Bippolo Seed: Seven Rare Dr. Seuss Stories Brought to Light
The Bippolo Seed: Seven Rare Dr. Seuss Stories Brought to Light

How eBay uncovered a buried literary treasure, or what a Massachusetts dentist has to do with vintage magazines.

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Own a Warhol for $5: Warhol’s Obscure 1959 Children’s Book
Own a Warhol for $5: Warhol’s Obscure 1959 Children’s Book

Priceless art at a petty price, or what spades have to do with the secret nooks of the art world.

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