Teeny Academy

Saturday March 9th, the ICP Library and the ICP Store hosted “Teeny Academy”, our story time for young photobibliomaniacs. This time teeny readers were treated to the debut of Rachel Hulin’s new book Flying Henry, read by the artist and author Rachel Hulin with a book signing afterward.

Rachel Hulin

Flying Henry is a children’s photobook that follows the story of a baby, Hulin’s son Henry, who gains the ability to fly. Henry flies through his home and out into unfamiliar places, embarking on great adventures. Rachel Hulin excellent photographic and graphics editing skills allowed her to render realistic looking portraits of her baby in flight, engendering teeny readers with a palpable sense of wonder and excitement.

Flying Henry

Our smaller patrons were also regaled by Alex Nathanson, who screened his stop-motion animations. The short film, Anchorage, in particular had teenies and their parents squealing with delight. I am so happy to be a part of story time and I believe, as usual, a good time was had by all.



Many, many thanks to Kate Cunningham and the ICP Store!



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About Liz Sales

Liz Sales is cataloged as a bibliographic items with International Center of Photography Library. A bibliographic item can be any information entity (e.g., books, computer files, graphics, realia, cartographic materials, or in Liz's case, Liz) that is considered library material as far as it is relevant to the catalog and to the patrons of the library in question. Liz is the only human being recognized by the Library of Congress as a library holding and has an assigned Library of Congress and ISBN #. While she cannot always be found at the library, she is a permanent part of the collection. For more information about Liz look up her library record at either http://www.worldcat.org/ or http://www.icp.org/research-center/library.
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