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Next Stop, Grand Central

ISBN13:

9780399229268

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ISBN10:
0399229264
Edition:
Reprint
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/25/1999
Publisher(s):
Putnam Juvenile
List Price: $16.99

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Summary

Maira Kalman's joyous celebration of this dazzling landmark brilliantly captures the wonder, complexity and grandiosity of Grand Central and all the people who are part of it. Kalman's witty text and bright, detailed illustrations bring to life "the biggest, fastest, busiest place there is." This special hardcover edition is being published to coincide with Grand Central's 2013 centennial celebration.

Author Biography

Maira Kalman (www.mairakalman.com)'s artwork was featured in New York's Grand Central Station during its renovation several years ago. She is the author-illustrator of numerous picture books, including Looking at Lincoln, Fireboat and What Pete Ate from A–Z, as well as adult hits such as And the Pursuit of Happiness and The Elements of Style Illustrated. She is a prolific artist whose work has been featured on a dozen New Yorker covers, and her watches, clocks, accessories and paperweights have been featured at the Museum of Modern Art store in New York City. She lives in New York City.


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