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by Dana Bjorklund on 2024-02-07T08:00:00-05:00 in Library Resources | 0 Comments
Cover ArtHot Dog by Doug Salati
Call Number: PZ 7.1 .S2476 Ho 2022
 
This hot dog has had enough of summer in the city! Enough of sizzling sidewalks, enough of wailing sirens, enough of people's feet right in his face. When he plops down in the middle of a crosswalk, his owner endeavors to get him the breath of fresh air he needs. She hails a taxi, hops a train, and ferries out to the beach. Here, a pup can run! With fluid art and lyrical text that have the soothing effect of waves on sand, the author shows us how to find calm, and how to carry it back with us so we can appreciate the small joys in a day.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cover ArtMarvel Studios' Black Widow: the Art of the Movie by Andy Park (Cover Design by); Jess Harrold; Marvel Various (Illustrator)
Call Number: NC 1766 .U53 B53 2023
 
After seven appearances, spanning a decade in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Natasha Romanoff , a.k.a. the Black Widow, takes the lead in an adventure unlike any other she's known before. Continuing their popular ART OF series of movie tie-in books, Marvel presents another blockbuster achievement! Featuring exclusive concept artwork and in-depth interviews with the creative team, this deluxe volume provides insider details about the making of Marvel's Black Widow!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cover ArtHebru Brantley
Call Number: N 6537 .B725 A4 2022
 
Here, by the nature of the subject and the gaze of innocence it evinces, we are transported to the magical imagination and impersonations of childhood, to a make-believe that is at once particular yet utterly universal. It is a preterntural embodiment of dreams and identity so pure that we cannot help but respond in kind. Brantley's subjects are kids, caught in the act of realizing something about themselves and tranfigured by the potency of actualizing their inner truth; they remind us of what life can be before the limitations of growing up and knowing better constrain possibility and potential.

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