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Storied City Pics

Must-have gem that we referred to often - Storied City: A Children's Book Walking Tour Guide to New York City


We began at the Met.
Transfixed by Caravaggio's The Denial of St. Peter
Frederic Remington's Bronco Buster (a sculpture we studied in TBG)

James Jebusa Shannon's Jungle Tales - Can you guess what this is all about?

Thrilled to see Juan de Pareja by Velazquez (a familiar friend from a recent picture study)

Snowdrops in Central Park

Our architectural guide, Jeannette, shares details about the Dakota including why it is named The Dakota!

rather creepy Mother Goose statue

K. by the Balto statue!

Stopped by E.'s future home
King's had Hannah More books in their Wilberforce collection!



Viewing the collectible books and art at Books of Wonder


Iconic lions - Patience
Fortitude


Loved the murals depicting the history of the printed word.

Gutenberg Bible

And just look at the original Piglet!

Children's room

St. Pat's

Last stop - Grand Central, delicious lunch with a cherished friend, and a historic speakeasy.

It's been 17 years!



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6 comments:

  1. It looks like you had such a wonderful time!!! :) Thanks for sharing.

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  2. yay! what a treasure to be able to travel and see all of this, with besties at that! i'm so happy for you!
    :)

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  3. We did SO much in 2 and a half days! There is more to see. Let's go again!

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  4. Wow! you packed those days full...but what memories you made for all.

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  5. I haven't been to NYC since I was a youngster. I love that you shared things from children's stories, I had no idea about these things. What fun to see you altogether.

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  6. Thanks for sharing! I just finished reading a great biography about Hannah More, so enjoyed seeing her manuscript. My kids will enjoy the photo of Balto, due to some recent reading. It's all a long way from where we are in Australia.

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