Jackie Kennedy Onassis inspired people to come together to fight for and protect the historic landmark we all know and love in New York City - Grand Central.
For 27 years, artist Josef Albers studied color interaction through a series of paintings of squares which changed how people look at art.
Pablo helps his Mexican mother and Jewish father at their bakery and creates a food that represents both his parents' backgrounds.
Lucy can’t get to sleep. When she picks up her crayons and draws shapes it turns into an uh-oh.
A collections of bedtime stories including Go to Bed, Monster! Excellent price, too.
Rabbit loves everything about winter - especially snowboarding. His pal Penguin reluctantly plays along and comes to realize he loves fresh snow, too.
Perfect for any dinosaur lover, it also serves as a way for children to understand the importance of caring for a pet.
What? A new book about a bagel?
Josef Albers started out as an elementary school teacher in his hometown. After he died, one of his paintings was sold for one and a half million dollars!
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