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March 24th I got…

A much-needed break from my mother’s incessant desire to go from art gallery to art gallery to heinous art gallery. I’m telling you, the art scene is declining. I saw two mannequins wearing goggles and holding selfie sticks while swimming in a TV in the Whitney, which is supposed to be this great modern art museum, and I nearly shit myself.

Like, am I losing my fucking mind or are people buying into anything these days?



Man, I used to be obsessed with Roald Dahl when I was younger. It totally annoyed my librarian too. I was so obsessed with him, it annoyed my librarian. Like, how?

And, while searching for the description on Barnes & Noble, I scrolled past Judy Moody. OH MA GOD, do you remember her? That lil brat. Miss that gal.


Matilda is a genius. Unfortunately, her family treats her like a dolt. Her crooked car-salesman father and loud, bingo-obsessed mother think Matilda’s only talent is as a scapegoat for everything that goes wrong in their miserable lives. But it’s not long before the sweet and sensitive child decides to fight back. Faced with practical jokes of sheer brilliance, her parents don’t stand a chance.

If I love a book enough, I will own like forty copies of it. People think it’s a waste, but I’m telling you, art needs to be celebrated, especially when it’s actually creatively inclined and has something to say.

Yes, I’m still pissed about the Whitney.


Few stories are as widely read and as universally cherished by children and adults alike as The Little Prince. Richard Howard’s translation of the beloved classic beautifully reflects Saint-Exupéry’s unique and gifted style. Howard, an acclaimed poet and one of the preeminent translators of our time, has excelled in bringing the English text as close as possible to the French, in language, style, and most important, spirit. The artwork in this edition has been restored to match in detail and in color Saint-Exupéry’s original artwork. Combining Richard Howard’s translation with restored original art, this definitive English-language edition of The Little Prince will capture the hearts of readers of all ages.


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