Be real with us for a second. Have you ever gotten bleary-eyed while sneaking a peek at a picture book designated for your son or daughter or sister or nephew or random underage shopper in Barnes and Noble? If you're familiar with the experience of weeping like a baby in the face of "Goodnight Moon," we come bearing gifts.
Today we're ogling the inspirational drawings of Dallas Clayton, a children's book author and illustrator whose artworks perfectly capture the boundless intensity of being a kid. While so many kid-centric lit seems to water down adult themes to suit a younger set, Dallas digs down to the seeds of gr...
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