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Dalia's Wondrous Hair is a bilingual English/Spanish picturebook about a young girl whose hair grows, and gathers, and sticks straight up when she awakens from a long night's sleep.
WONDROUS PLACE Pavlik and Klava of Moscow State Circus, on Newcastle Town Moor
A Wondrous Place's quartet of works also features Electricity, by Sarah McDonald Hughes, What Space Between, by Alison Carr, and Matt Hartley's Porters Brook.
Paul Gallagher, who is the curator of Wondrous Place, said: "There are so many famous sons and daughters of Liverpool who have started their journey in this city and made their mark on a much bigger scale.
Those moments have their place, where it's hopefully more wondrous or spectacular.
THIS YEAR, DOMINICAN AMERICAN novelist Junot Diaz became the sixth writer of color to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in the award's 60-year history for his first novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.
The Wondrous Toy Workshop: Hanni's Inspiring Life And Her Toys Anyone Can Make" by writer and painter Nancy B.
Stop trying to convince your kids to consume more fruit and let the wondrous Sporticus take up the healthy eating chant instead.
They are also best friends, and figured that maybe their cats, Sunny and Wondrous, who had never met because the sisters lived in different cities, might become friends, too.
Her discussion of the Anthropodemus plutonic (1668-73), Praetorius's two-volume, thousand-plus-page tract on wondrous human and human-like peoples, brings home again something crucial for the study of early modern history: that early modern categories often differ radically from modern ones.
And yet this wondrous truth and mystery, this center of Catholic practice, is ignored by the writers and by too many families.
Failure is a wondrous accomplishment in dark horror fiction that captures the essence of the teenage loner, in a time where social normality is the drug of choice.
Multiple maps, including a separate fold-out map showing ranges in photographic relief, as well as detailed peak and wilderness lists round out this wondrous guide for armchair travelers and inspiration for outdoor enthusiasts contemplating a New Mexico visit.
And wondrous they are--the rest of this article describes three of these shrines.
The Lawrence, Kansas-based Appleseed Cast, champions of experimentation and harnessers of mesmerizing melody and rock-laden beauty, has spent the past several years crafting its own wondrous and often arduous odyssey that could make Homer himself envious.