This odd and engaging dark crime thriller is set in a dystopic Sweden.
Now that we're fully into the holiday shopping season, Monitor staff writers have compiled a list of items you might consider as Christmas or Hanukkah gifts. We begin with some family-friendly DVDs. Each item has a link to amazon.com, where you can purchase the item and help support the Christian Science Monitor at the same time.
Google has played several tricks with its "doodles." Today's Hans Christian Andersen logo shows that there's still plenty of room to grow.
Scenes from the Hans Christian Andersen story 'Thumbelina' replace the search engine's logo in this latest Google doodle.
Long before Photoshop and Facebook, upper-crust British ladies were cropping and splicing with giddy abandon and drawing spider webs inhabited with the pasted-on faces of their friends.
“Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage” is an exhibit of artwork in album collections, created primarily by aristocratic Victorian women, that mixes photography with watercolor painting. Alexandra, the princess of Wales, took a keen interest in photography – posing for, collecting, and making her own images. Here, members of the royal family are featured, framed by an intricate decorative design. Alexandra, Princess of Wales
'BOING-ing' ducks and pesky brothers
The islands were alive with vividly colored crabs, birds, and iguanas.
Mary Ann Hoberman has been writing rhyming stories for children for more than 50 years.