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Of Children’s Mysteries and Art Histories

What can a children’s mystery teach us about art history and the importance of not just looking at the world around us, but actually seeing the world around us? You might be quite surprised.

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Summer Reading

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I am in the mood to read a book over these last few weeks of summer. Classic? Contemporary? Fiction or non fiction? I am going to read through my handy Field Tested Books guide in the next couple of days and see what I can find.

Do you have any suggestions for a good read? I just want to be interested and maybe learn something new in the process.

UPDATE: I read two books actually. Other Voices, Other Rooms from Truman Capote and The Amazing Adventures of Kavilier and Clay from Michael Chabon. Both were good and intertaining. Now to find a new job.

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