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The Right Words – Kerouac

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julieandrewsrules:

DSC_0007 by Shaina Kristi on Flickr.

Dame Julie Andrews
Could she be even more magical? Reading books for kids at LA Festival of Books

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Julie Andrews – Classic Lit Queen

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bookmania:

“In any given moment we have two options: to step forward into growth or step back to safety.” — Abraham Maslow

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hyperallergic:

Peeking Into the LA Art Book Fair’s Queer Corner

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LA Book Fair 2014

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hyperallergic:

Your Handy Guide to the 2014 LA Art Book Fair

Parra’s “Paris Hilton Replica” scented air freshener was designed for the 2014 LA Art Book Fair…

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LA Book Fair 2014

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poetsorg:

For National Poetry Month 2014, we introduce Poet-to-Poet, a multimedia educational project that invites young students in grades 3-12 to write poems in response to those shared by award-winning poets who serve on the Academy of American Poets Board of Chancellors.

STUDENTS: To participate, watch the videos then write your own response poem. (Follow the directions on the site.)

TEACHERS: If you are interested in using Poet-to-Poet in the classroom, we worked with a curriculum specialist to design a series of activities, aligned with the Common Core, especially for you. Click the link to the Lesson Plans.

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Poet-to-Poet – National Poetry Month 2014

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acehotel:

Downtown Los Angeles, California

The second edition of Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair kicked off last night in The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA as the fledgling of the famed NY Art Book Fair.

Over 250 international outfits are taking part in the assembly, and the range of offerings is highly impressive. Everything is egalitarian, sharply presented and extremely tempting.
Hometown heroes Ooga BoogaKesselsKramer, and Arcana — who are making waves on the international scene — are paired with their out-of-town peers, simultaneously repping their work and acting as ambassadors.

The fair is going on until Sunday and is free to enter and enjoy, thanks to the selfless contributions of many. For more information and for the full schedule for screenings, panels, lectures and special events visit laartbookfair.net.

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LA Art Book Fair 2014 – Printed Matter

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