3 edition of A Child"s View of the Way found in the catalog.
December 13, 2005
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
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Many things that Karyn said really resonated with me, but the words that I kept coming back to throughout the day were around our view of the child.
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Children’s Museum of the Arts presents A Way With Words: The Power and Art of the Book, an exhibition that presents artworks which draw attention to the long and remarkable history of the book. The invention of the printing press in the s launched the book into the industrial age, increasing the production and distribution of the written.