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The noisy paint box : the colors and sounds of Kandinsky's abstract art —Rosenstock, Barb, author.

Describes how Vasya Kandinsky's creative life was profoundly shaped by a neurological condition called synesthesia which caused him to experience colors as sounds and sounds as colors.

Vincent can't sleep : Van Gogh paints the night sky —Rosenstock, Barb, author.

Describes how Van Gogh's insomnia, possibly a symptom of mental or physical illness, allowed him to view the night sky while everyone else was asleep and influenced how he saw the world around him.

The secret kingdom : Nek Chand, a changing India, and a hidden world of art —Rosenstock, Barb, author.

The incredible story of the world's largest visionary environment: the Rock Garden of Chandigarh, kept secret by outsider artist Nek Chand for fifteen years.

Through the window : views of Marc Chagall's life and art —Rosenstock, Barb, author.

"Known for both his paintings and stained-glass windows, Marc Chagall rose from humble beginnings to become one of the world's most renowned artists. Admired for his use of color and the powerful emotion in his work, Cha...

The streak : how Joe Dimaggio became America's hero —Rosenstock, Barb.

In the summer of 1941, Yankee center fielder Joe DiMaggio and his favorite bat, Betsy Ann, begin the longest hitting streak in baseball history. But when Betsy Ann goes missing, will DiMaggio keep hitting? Set on the bri...

Dorothea's eyes : Dorothea Lange photographs the truth —Rosenstock, Barb, author.

"In this powerful and inspiring book, Barb Rosenstock and Gérard DuBois reveal the story of Dorothea's remarkable life and illuminate how her photographs continue to tell the world the truth."-- Provided by publisher.

Thomas Jefferson builds a library —Rosenstock, Barb.

Thomas Jefferson loved to read and collect books on almost every subject. He built his first library as a young man, and kept on building until his book collection helped to create the Library of Congress in Washington, ...

Ben Franklin's big splash the mostly true story of his first invention

Ben Franklin loved to swim and, at the age of eleven, he was determined to swim like a fish; fins and all! This fascinating and lively account of young Ben's earliest invention follows the budding scientist's journey as ...

Kandinsky : le peintre des couleurs et des sons —Rosenstock, Barb.

Vasya Kandinsky était un petit garçon bien sage. Mais lorsque, pour la première fois, il ouvrit un coffret de peinture et commença à en mélanger les rouges, les jaunes et les bleus, il entendit un son étrange : le...

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