Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Where the Wild Things Are (2013), Maurice Sendak: The Memorial Exhibition is a retrospective of original works by the late, great Maurice Sendak. The artwork is presented with heartfelt words from 50 extraordinary people, whose lives were all touched by this beloved author and illustrator.
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Apply for Jobs! Join us for the official launch of the Apploi-Baltimore JobConnect experience. Hear from local officials, job experts, and job seekers. Brought to you by Apploi, the Mayor's Office of Employment Development, and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
Donald Miller's new book, Supreme City, is the story of Manhattan's growth and transformation in the 1920s and the brilliant people behind it. Chronicling the era immortalized by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Miller shows how Midtown Manhattan was transformed into the entertainment and communications center of New York and a business district that rivaled Wall Street.
Donald Miller is the bestselling author of nine books, the John Henry MacCracken...
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Born in Leningrad in 1972, Gary Shteyngart came to the U.S. seven years later. His loving but mismatched parents dreamed that he would become a lawyer or Wall Street player, something their curious, diminutive, distracted son was not cut out to do. Shteyngart shares his American immigrant experience with self-deprecating humor and moving insights in Little Failure.
Gary Shteyngart is the award-winning author of Absurdistan (selected as one...