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The Deep Cut

by Jeanne M. Lesinski

This tale of bravery and heartache takes place during the Civil War. The “cut” of the title refers to the railroad gorge that runs the rocky hills between Winfrey and Culpeper, Virginia. Yet it could also symbolize the rift between... Read More

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The First Music

by Jeanne M. Lesinski

This fictional tale about the origin of music resounds with sounds of the African jungle: yelping hyenas, hooting owls, screeching parrots, chittering monkeys, and snorting crocodiles. Then one day, when an elephant stubs his foot on a... Read More

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Mario's Angels

by Jeanne M. Lesinski

When Mister Giotto runs into trouble trying to finish his Nativity fresco in the Scrovegni Chapel, young Mario dreams up a wonderful solution in this holiday-inspired introduction to the work of Italian Renaissance painter Giotto di... Read More

Book Review

Make It Pop!

by Jeanne M. Lesinski

Pop art is loud, colorful, and visually exciting—just like this book. Painter and sculptor Joyce Raimondo provides an introduction to this style of art through the works of its major creators: Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Robert... Read More

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