This is a beautiful book, which is not surprising, as this can be said about anything the magician and wizard Neil Gaiman pens. But this collection of his many nonfiction writings through the years is fantastic. This collection comprises an unintentional autobiography as it spans the length of Neil's varied career from journalist, to comic book genius, to novelist, to children's author, to music enthusiast, to husband to the magical musical lady... (read more)Recommended by Becky H.
This is a beautiful book. In David McCullough's unique and lovely prose style, he brings to life the Paris of the 19th and 20th centuries. Travel through and experience Victorian Paris with many notable Americans who went there to make their fortunes and create beautiful art. Visit the Louvre with Samuel Morse, walk along the Seine with James Fenimore Cooper, learn medicine at the Sorbonne with innovative American medical students who will take... (read more)Recommended by Becky H.
This is my go-to book for every new baby in my life. This book provides the most important advice a person can receive in their life — how to survive in the land of Fairy Tales. This picture book has been adapted from a poem that appeared in Neil Gaiman's short story collection, Fragile Things, and it will enchant and entrance you.
The artwork of Charles Vess is the perfect combination of joyful and just slightly eerie to... (read more)Recommended by Becky H.