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Curiouser_and_curiouser
Pablo Picasso: 1881-1973. The works 1937-1973 | Pablo Picasso, Carsten-Peter Warncke
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Pickpick

Here it is, all neat and tidy!
Our Gigantic bookcase we bought for only $80 bucks when we moved here a couple of years ago.
Most of our books were boxed up in the garage for years, but now they can breathe and be seen and explored by all of us. Mostly the kids, well the bottom 2 shelves are theirs, double stacked of course. Larger books, on art mostly, are top two shelves. Unseen lowest shelves are used for games and Lego storage. Fully stocked!

Smrloomis Awesome! Nice work 😁 3d
Curiouser_and_curiouser @Smrloomis Thank you, I'm very satisfied. Everything is easy to find and looks much neater than before. Hopefully the kids will enjoy browsing for a book to read. Lots of classics and others from when I was young, as well as their own more modern books 🙂 2d
Smrloomis @Curiouser_and_curiouser yeah, it takes time but it‘s so nice to see all the titles 😁 It drives me nuts to see a book turned the wrong way so I can‘t read the title! 😱 2d
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Tex2Flo
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#wondrouswednesday @eggs
1. steadfast, selective, hoarder
2. kitchen table at breakfast watching the exotic birds at the feeder
3. Best: tagged (my favorite time of artistic expansion). Worst: nothing bad enough to mention. (early days yet)

Eggs Love your words in #1🤗 3d
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Tex2Flo
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The reason that I pulled out the Timetables reference...this time. So many arty things happening at the same time!

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cwarnier
Who Was Pablo Picasso? | True Kelley, Who Hq
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BarkingMadRun ❄️❄️❄️ 3w
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Mrshawaii
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Eggs
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Mafiacisco
Cooking for Picasso | C A Belmond, Camille Aubray

"A tasty blend of romance, mystery and french cooking" - Margaret Atwood. Well, who wouldn't want to devour this book after such a recommendation?