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Dr Seuss political cartoons from WW II period show his voice so well

The Mandeville Special Collections Library has scans of more than 400 cartoons that Dr. Seuss drew during WW II. It’s cool to see cartoons that Dr Seuss drew, not from his books but in newspapers during wartime. You can clearly … Continue reading

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NY Times Crossword Drawings

I love word games–though I prefer word searches, games like Boggle and Word Search, to crosswords. But I know many people who are crossword enthusiasts. Artist Emily Jo Cureton combines a love of crosswords and a love of art in … Continue reading

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Art From Post-It Notes

I have a kind of affection for Post-It Notes. I use them all the time when I’m reading–to mark a passage I especially like or don’t like, to write notes about things that work (or don’t) as I read, instead … Continue reading

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