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Author Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen talks 'Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids'




Author Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen talks to Take Two about her book
Author Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen talks to Take Two about her book "Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids."
Courtesy of Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen
Author Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen talks to Take Two about her book
In 1919, Aline Barnsdall commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build Hollyhock House, which she named after her favorite flower, the hollyhock. This image is a visualization of Wright's interpretation of a hollyhock flower, which is found throughout the historic home.
Courtesy of Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen
Author Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen talks to Take Two about her book
This image is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's abstract interpretations of a hollyhock flower seen throughout Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park.
Courtesy of Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen


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If you're planning to bring the whole family to the reopening of Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park this weekend, what's a good way to spark your children's interest in the historic home and its famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright?

Author Kathleen Thorne-Thomsen tells more about teaching the American designer's life and ideas to children.