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Over The Rainbow (Art & Poetry Series)

by Mary Tiegreen (Designer), E.Y. Harburg, Maxfield Parrish (Illustrator)

Other authors: Linda Sunshine

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 094180738X, Hardcover)

With the marriage of The Wizard of Oz's most beloved song and the iridescent paintings of one of America's most beloved artists, comes Mary Tiegreen's beautifully designed Over the Rainbow, the fifth installment in Welcome's fabulous Art & Poetry series.

Very few songs have taken hold of our hearts and imaginations the way "Over the Rainbow" has, stirring up wistfulness and a longing to be free. These lyrics, so evocative of light and color, have found thier perfect match in the paintings of Maxfied Parrish. These paintings seem to generate a light of their own, reflecting off the words on each page, and the result is a feeling of warmth and exuberance, and a sense that dreams "really do come true."

(retrieved from Amazon Sun, 24 Jan 2016 10:17:24 -0500)

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