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Willy's Pictures

by Leigh Forrest

In Browne’s latest book about Willy, the chimp (or is he a boy?) takes up painting, and produces his own versions of several well known masterpieces. Willy gives them his own titles and “stories” consisting of one or two line... Read More

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Reading with Dad

by Leigh Forrest

A photograph is often the catalyst for recalling some childhood memory, and for the narrator of this book, it sets the stage for a lifetime of memories. In it, she is pictured sitting on her father’s lap as he reads aloud to her from... Read More

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The Farewell Symphony

by Leigh Forrest

It is November of 1772 in Esterhaza, the summer palace of Prince Nicholas. During the performance of a new symphony by court composer Franz Joseph Haydn, the baffled Prince watches as, one by one, musicians stop playing, snuff their... Read More

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