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Look, Its Raining by Mathieu PierlootIts Sunday, and Camille, having finished her school work, is feeling a little bored. Her parents are busy with their own projects, so she puts on her raincoat and goes outside to play. Suddenly she hears the thunder roar, and shivers with excitement. She sticks out her tongue to catch raindrops. They taste like clouds. She notices a group of red ants zigzagging along a trail and asks Where are you going? The ants reply, Were going to a show. Camille embarks on an adventure to discover what the show is about and the astounding beauty to be found by closely observing her surroundings.
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Create an adorable keepsake with your favorite Mother Goose nursery rhymes with beautiful, original illustrations…personalized just for your child! Bring all the characters from the best loved nursery rhymes to life in a wonderful collection of 21 Classic Rhymes. Humpty Dumpty, Three Blind Mice…and so many more classic nursery rhyme characters will come to life with colorful illustrations in one delightful collection! Your child will learn to love these classic rhymes, as well as get to see if they can spot their name in the pictures throughout the book! This 24 page storybook is stunningly illustrated by Robby Singh.
A good children's book is a young person's earliest exposure to art and design, a conduit for parental bonding, a means to teach individual and social lessons, and these days, possibly the last vestige of printed matter for the next digital generation as it weans itself from ink on paper to pixels on screens. Recently opened, the show focuses on what makes kids' reads essential in art, culture, and in the overall imagination. Other than a handful of loaned items including Marcus's own copy of MAD and his pre-publication reader's copy of the first Harry Potter book, among others and four pieces that the library purchased specifically for the show including a Swedish first edition of Pippi Longstocking , the majority of the items on view come from the library's enviable collection. The material is presented in clever arrangements like a three-dimensional recreation of the first spread of Goodnight Moon and organized around central themes, including the old debate about which children's books are best, the artistry behind the first picture books for kids, the influence of children's books on the worlds of theater, film, and popular culture. There's also a section on children's books as propaganda used to build national identity, which includes extraordinary examples from Bolshevik Russia, the American Civil War-era for children living in the Confederate States, a Noah Webster speller aimed at imparting American English on the schoolchildren of the newly formed United States, Japanese comic books meant to teach children English during the Allied Occupation, as well as books from Maoist China and Francophone West Africa. In the section on banned and censored books called "Raising a Ruckus," Marcus identifies years of debate over works that fell "into forbidden territory. Pippi Longstocking became controversial in many countries because the story's wild-child heroine was seen as setting a bad example.