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Seven Mansions of Color
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Seven Mansions of Color offers inspirational and practical methods in the use of color in one's daily life. The book focuses on the qualities of the colors. By understanding these qualities you can us…
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Just over two hundred years ago, there were one billion humans on Earth.

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Killer Joe
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The Matisse Stories
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These three stories celebrate the eye even as they reveal its unexpected proximity to the heart. For if each of A.S. Byatt's narratives is in some way inspired by a painting of Henri Matisse, each is …
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The Enchanted Woods: The Fairies' Tale
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A Visit to Fairyland
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Magial fairyland story with delightful illustrations & CD
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Strega Nona
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When Strega Nona leaves him alone with her magic pasta pot, Big Anthony is determined to show the townspeople how it works.
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Martha B. Rabbit and Those Wicked Rats Again
Those wicked rats are back!

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Illustrated by the author.
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