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Book Arts by Children

Here are a few of the 200 books created by children at the Children's Book Fair on 
Saturday, May 10th from 1- 4pm
Maryland African-American History & Culture

Some books were hip and cool.
Some books were fuzzy and fun.
Some books were bold and personalized.
Some books had drawings.
Some books were charmingly unique.
Some books were coded . . . lol.
Some books were sweet and angelic.
There was something for everyone!
It was a wonderful and enriching time for all.  Many thanks to Terry Taylor, Educational Program Coordinator of Reginald Lewis Museum and Victoria Timpo, MICA MFA curatorial program for inviting me to be part of this amazing project!

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