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The Secret Of Chicago: A Children’s Story

A tribute to the unique artistic and architectural flavour of the City of Big Shoulders, The Secret Of Chicago tells a mythical story with photographs. Sometimes, on winter nights, a magic statue called The Piper wanders the city, waking other statues and calling them out to roam with him…

The Secret of Chicago was made for a “Make a Photobook!” contest on lulu.com. Lulu has since discontinued printing photobooks in this format, which means the book is no longer available in print. I have archived a free PDF version at Gutenberg, so you can still read the book; you can access the archive page by clicking on the cover above, or go direct to the PDF here.

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