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Wonderstruck

By Brian Selznick
Four hundred and sixty pages of original artwork weave together the stories of Rose and Ben, who live 50 years apart, by the San Diego-based author and illustrator of the Caldecott-winning Invention of Hugo Cabret.

100 Ideas That Changed Fashion

By Harriet Worsley
Fantastic visuals and anecdotes behind the ideas that informed innovations like the shoulder bag, the bias cut, stiletto heels, the white wedding dress, and more.

 

The New York Times Magazine Photographs

Edited by Kathy Ryan
The who, what, where, how, and why of the documentary photography, conceptual work, and personality-revealing portraiture chosen to illustrate the magazine’s 30-plus years of stories.

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