Children’s Books

Children's Books

Beach Rock ABC

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A magical ABC book that will have your child see rocks in a different way.

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Art

Where The Wild Things Are Mural Painting Time Lapse

Cool time lapse of an dad/artist who paints a “Where the Wild Things Are”

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Children's Books

Book Review: 1000 Times No

Kids love to say no just for the heck of it, and so DesignMom’s kids find reasons to love this new book 1000 Times No by Mr. Warburton.

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Children's Books

Book Review: Not a Stick

Love the graphics and title of this book, Not a Stick, by Antoinette Portis.  Found it via the review by Brooke Reynolds at her design blog, Inchmark Journal.  As former senior art director of Martha Stewart Kids, you just might love Brooke’s blog too.  Check out her blog post on making home-made fortune cookie baby […]

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Children's Books

Retro Space Alphabet

Love the retro look of these scanned pages from Irene Zacks’ 1964 book, Space Alphabet.  Any page would look great framed as art….

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Children's Books

Giveaway: The Art of Open Season

 In conjunction with the DVD release of Open Season 2 , we’re going to give away one hardback edition of "The Art of Open Season".  There are two ways to enter – join our mailing list or follow our new…

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Children's Books

Lookybook: First Snow by Bernette Ford

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Children's Books

Lookybook: First Snow by Bernette Ford

Isn’t it never really Christmas until it snows? In Bernette Ford’s First Snow, bunnies and other forest animals enjoy their first snowfall just like children do. View via Lookybook | Buy First Snow via Amazon…

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Parents Embrace Dr. Seuss’ Eco-friendly Lorax

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Children's Books

Parents Embrace Dr. Seuss' Eco-friendly Lorax

Not popular when first published, today’s parents are rediscovering Dr. Seuss’ "The Lorax" for its eco-friendly message as its sales have doubled over the last five years.[via LA Times]  The little kids understand. My 6-year-old son, Emmett, reads Dr. Seuss’…

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