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if something is there, you can only see it with your eyes open, but if it isn't there, you can see it just as well with your eyes closed. That's why imaginary things are often easier to see than real ones.

Norton Juster

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The latter film received the 1965 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. Although he has retired from architecture he still writes. 71-85568)— illustrated by Arnold Roth
So Sweet to Labor: Rural Women in America 1865-1895 (editor) (1979) (ISBN 0-670-65483-3) — non-fiction
Otter Nonsense (1982) (ISBN 0-399-20932-8) — illustrated by Eric Carle
As: A Surfeit of Similes (1989) (ISBN 0-688-08139-8)
A Woman's Place: Yesterday's Women in Rural America (1996) (ISBN 1-55591-250-8) — non-fiction
The Hello Goodbye Window (2005) (ISBN 0-7868-0914-0) — illustrated by Chris Raschka
Sourpuss and Sweetie Pie (2008) (ISBN 9780439929431) - illustrated by Chris Raschka
The Odious Ogre (2010) (ISBN 0-545-16202-5) - Illustrated by Jules Feiffer
Neville (2011) (ISBN 0375867651/ISBN 978-0375867651) - illustrated by G.

Norton Juster (born June 2 1929) is an American architect and author.

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