Thinking about a seamless way that art comments on life -- and life begets art -- makes us think of Taro Gomi, an author and illustrator about whom we are especially fond here at the The Savvy Source. In case you've missed some of his gems, let us bring you some faves:
My Friends -- a truly lovely book about all the different kinds of friends one needs in this world. It makes an especially lovely gift to a new friend. And this edition is charmingly enough the bilingual one.
Scribbles -- the greatest all-in-one, size-of-a-telephone book creativity generator there is.
Doodles All Year -- the portable version of creativity generation, this time with seasonality added in for extra credit. Also a darling preschool birthday gift, especially if you personalize a page or three with the birthday boy's name.
Everyone Poops -- in case you are starting potty training, or even just wondering if it will ever stop (!!), this book is a good reminder that we should all find commonality in this. In other words, go with the flow.
When we think of photographs and our kids, we grin at their adorable smiles (real, fake, experimental lips pursed, all kinds). We cringe at the mostly lame ways we attempt to get them to turn their best face to the camera. We tell ourselves that ... read more
Ah, the day after Mother's Day. The homefires are burning especially brightily, we are all smitten with these loving little ones, and, sigh, another 364 days until our next breakfast in bed sounds awfully tough to take... Luckily for us, the tru... read more