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Lewis Carroll's Letter to Alice Liddell and Other Artifacts From the NYPL's…

Last Friday, an essential exhibit for book lovers and onetime children of all stripes opened at the New York Public Library: The ABC Of It: Why Children's Books Matter. Within, you can find the cop...
  • Rebecca O'Neil

    Why Do Kids' Books Matter? Here, Look (The Atlantic) A New York Public Library exhibit tackles the historical, social, and artistic importance of reading materials meant for children over the centuries.

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    Lewis Carroll's Letter to Alice Liddell and Other Artifacts From the NYPL's Children's Books Exhibition

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