As you’ll see in the links below, I’ve only had one things on my mind this week – Children’s Books. I’m not really sure why, but I’m just going to embrace it today. – Jessica
- The Paris Review thinks about Christopher Robin, of Winnie the Pooh fame.
- Speaking of Pooh, The Tao of Pooh can be found and read online here. I’ll be reading this as soon as I finish my current book!
- Bemelmans Bar is on the Upper East Side, and I am planning on going next week! This bar is home to the only surviving Bemelmans’ commission open to the public. Afterall, I won’t be scoring an invitation to Jackie O’s yacht anytime soon!
- Did you know there is an Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art? If this doesn’t call for a road trip, what does?
This is Kimberly’s first This Week in Review! I’m so excited to see what links she shares! Kimberly’s picks below –
- An inspiring friendship between Justices, Antonin (aka Nino) Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Scalia, 79, and Ginsburg, 82, frequently dine and vacation together. Every Dec. 31, they ring in the new year together. Their relationship has even inspired an opera, set to debut this summer.
- “The most metal deaths in Middle-Earth, ranked” provides many excellent reasons to read The Silmarillion. Which I have not read.
- What would have happened if Disney princesses had moms?
This weekend, Jessica is going to see a play, and Kimberly’s going to eat a lot of cake! Happy Early Birthday Kimberly! We hope your weekend is as lazy or productive as you’d like. I’d like to leave you with one final thing.
What have you been reading this week? Tell us about your week in the comments!