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— Henry Ward Beecher
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Title: The mad potter: George E. Ohr, eccentric genius
By: Jan Greenberg
"For most of his adult life, folks called George Ohr a scallywag, a rascal, a braggart, a clown. He called himself a genius, an artist, an outsider, a mud dauber, the mad potter." Lively quotes from George Ohr and lots of color photos of his ceramic works make this book ... [Read more]
Posted by April on Feb. 26, 2014
Tags: biography, kids nonfiction