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Shapes That Roll by Karen Nagel
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Feb 20, 2010

bookshelves: children-s, picture-books, great-books-for-kindergartners
Read in February, 2010

Just as cute dogs are chick bait when you walk 'em in Battery Park City, and my friend Juliet is a magnet for smelly old drunks, some picture books attract hipster parents like flannel attracts lint. Kevin "Squidfire" Sherry's books. Laura Ljungkvist's. William Bee (guy has a book called Whatever, for Pete's sake - if that's not playing to the post-modern parent I don't know what is). The geometric world of Bob Staake. French illustrator Marc Boutavant, whose book Boule de poils et mon canard translates to "Hairball and my duck," and so I must have it.

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