FIRST EDITION Matilda Now Part of a Permanent Exhibit



I am pleased to announce that I was notified in July that the Icons Museum in Covington, LA purchased a first edition copy of "Matilda" in January written by Roald Dahlcopyright 1988. The museum features portraits of Hollywood celebrities painted by artist Matthew Montero and four decades themed rooms featuring collectibles from that time period. The book which they purchased from my website, “Matilda”, they made a part of their permanent 80's retro room.

Photo of the Permanent Exhibit Showing "Matilda" on the Bottom Shelf

Tina Cruise gave the Icons Museum a 5 Star Rating on Google and said in her review, "This was by far the best art tour I have encountered in my years. I booked an appointment (because you must to visit) and I was able to attend the same day. The experience was truly AWE-INSPIRING! The portraits of all the unforgettable iconic people felt so alive and strong with presence. The Retrorooms, are something you have to see to believe. Artist Matthew Montero has made a creative masterwork with ICONS. The museum and experience is just gorgeous and beyond recommending. Just visit!"

- Photo of the Permanent Exhibit Showing "Matilda" on the Bottom Shelf

The beloved story of Matilda, a young girl who loves to read and learns she has telekinetic powers, has been challenged for its negative depiction of adults. Roald Dahl's books books are beloved by many, but are often controversial. This novel was a hallmark of the 80's and a great choice for the Icon Museum and it is a favorite banned book among customers on this website.

A similar first edition copy of “Matilda” can be seen in the video at the bottom of the page.

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