Via Les Kanturek, here’s a cornucopia of Pinocchio-related goodies to keep all of our summer readers inspired as they read.
From “Pinocchio–1001 Uses,”we have a set of cards available to teachers to be used as a measuring exercise for elementary school.
From the Cooper-Hewitt art/design collection, we have a delightful pop-up version of the Pinocchio book.
From “Pinocchio/The Dark Side,” we have a giant (Pinocchio-inspired?) skeleton at The Palazzo Reale in Milan by artist Gino De Dominicus titled “Calamita Cosmica.”
Keep up with Les’s research as the summer progresses–check out his Sophomore concepts blog!
Thanks, Les and keep reading everyone!