Beautiful things have a staying power that seems unrivaled in our world. Time can pass, and we come back to them again and again.
A is for Azure: The Alphabet in Colors— a children’s title, illustrated by Donna Falcone, that is simply too beautiful to be read only by children—has proven this staying power with its new release in Kindle format.
The alcohol ink paintings from the book were recently included in Falcone’s exhibit that won a top honor from the Georgia Association of Museums and which, along with her musical performance and interactive workshop, demonstrated the wide appeal of this unique and exquisite work. Falcone created two of the paintings specifically for her mother.
You can now enjoy the beauty of Falcone’s artwork, immediately and in vivid color, with A is for Azure on Kindle.
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