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November 17, 2018

Library of Congress Makes Finding Free to Use Material Easier Than Ever

Where can you go if you want to peruse vintage travel posters, Civil War photography, or explore America via WPA imagery? The Library of Congress, of course. As the United States’ oldest federal institution, the Library Congress has become the de facto repository of all things associated with American history. Thanks to the institution’s large digital collection, it’s possible to gain access to millions of items right from your computer.

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November 16, 2018

Steve Irwin’s 14-Year-Old Son Is an Award-Winning Wildlife Photographer

A post shared by Robert Irwin (@robertirwinphotography) on Sep 13, 2018 at 5:06pm PDT During his lifetime, Steve Irwin shared his passion for wildlife as a zookeeper, conservationist, and television personality. Although his time on Earth was cut tragically short, his spirit lives on—particularly through his family Terri, Bindi, and Robert, who together have maintained his legacy at the Australia Zoo and Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve.

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November 16, 2018

Innovative Markers and Colored Pencils Make Perfect Gifts for the Creative in Your Life

Looking for the perfect gift for the artistic person in your life? Chameleon Art Products has you covered. Helping you “Color like no other,” their range of alcohol markers and colored pencils make blending color easier than ever. And with special coloring books and color cards for hours of enjoyable coloring and blending, it’s easy to put together a well rounded holiday gift in no time.

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November 15, 2018

Atlas of Literary Maps Illustrates the Imaginary Worlds of Beloved Works of Fiction

To many bibliophiles, there is nothing better than getting lost in a good book. However, as many adventure-loving authors know, having a map to guide you through your text-based travels can make reading even more rewarding. Though these literary maps are often tucked behind book covers, historian Huw Lewis-Jones has placed them at the forefront with The Writer’s Map: An Atlas of Imaginary Lands.

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