Tag: Taxidermy

(Children’s) BookNotes, April 6, 2016

Taxidermy and Trump make the news this week in the world of children’s books. The Bruce Museum’s latest exhibit is wild about animals and art: https://literarykids.tumblr.com/tagged/Bruce-Museum What do you do when you spot a Trump in the wild? The Donald gets the picture-book treatment, just in time for the Republican National Convention: http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/childrens/childrens-book-news/article/69796-a-child-s-first-book-of-trump-due-from-s-s.html

@thebrucemuseum Wild Reading: Animals in Children’s Book Art From the Big Bad Wolf to the Frog Prince and Peter Rabbit, animals have long played central roles in children’s literature. Now the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut is exploring how and why artists highlight certain animal characteristics. Wild Reading: Animals in Children’s Book Art, which opened

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