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Eyes Open is a sourcebook full of photography ideas for children. Simple tasks encourage them to change angles, notice details, see the everyday in a new way, understand light and shadow, follow interests, create simple concepts and look, through the camera, at the world with different, sharper eyes. Compiled by none other than Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas.⁠⠀ Buy...

Maya Angelou and Jean-Michel Basquiat published a children's book to overcome fear and make life seem less frightening. The powerful collaboration of a poem by Dr. Maya Angelou and the accompanying art by Basquiat screams fearlessly "Life doesn't frighten me at all" in the face of conjured demons and intimidating everyday situations. This book celebrates the courage within each of us and empowers our inner child to not be intimidated by the world and its workings, whatever age we have. And although it was originally published in 1993, it couldn't be more necessary than it is now: a book - by a black American poet and civil rights activist and a black American artist who uses his paintings as a social commentary to make visible the experiences of the black community - that tells us to stand brave and fierce.⁠ Buy...

Whether it is a representation of a Homeric moment, a snapshot of the hellish ten-year-old troublemaker Bart or a solemn intellectual disposition featuring Lisa, “A Final Companion To Books From The Simpsons” is a new volume about the books which appeared in The Simpsons. Assembled by French graphic designer Olivier Lebrun and published by Yellow Press, this final collection is displayed in faint yellow and shades of grey screenshot photos of book references that exist within the Simpsons universe, whether taken from real life or invented to suit the plot of the episode. From ‘Flander’s Bible” and “Fear of Flying”, to “Crazy Things Old Ladies Say” and “The Big Book of British Smiles”, to “Ein + 1 = 0”, “From Loser to User” to “Things Fall Apart” an anthology of 339 titles which appeared throughout the years in the legendary tv series. Buy...

Composed of pictures of animals clipped from magazines and newspapers, stamps and photos from advertising pamphlets, Lous Martens’ new photobook is a symbol of family devotion before anything else. Prior to finding their way to this book, Lous first started gathering these pictures seventeen years ago, with the intention of making a small book for her newly born grandson Jaap. She didn’t finish it though for that another baby was born, and she had to start another book for the new baby. But the collection of pictures grew interestingly big, and surprisingly beautiful it had to be shared. In total there were five unfinished books laying around until they were assembled in one volume: the Animal Books for Jaap Zeno anna Julian Luca. Buy...

‘To the rebel girls of the world, you are the promise, you are the force. Don’t step back and everyone will move forward!’ This is the underlying message of the decidedly anti-princess book, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. The second volume juxtaposes a new mosaic of female profiles, from watchmakers and writers to chancellors and freedom fighters, treating girls -and boys indeed- with a set of formidable tales about the outstanding women who dared to brake with gender roles through unrelenting courage and hard work. Volume 2 for now only comes in its original english form, while Volume 1 is available in both, german and english. Buy...