MOODs Boutique Hotel has a unique feature in the rooms and public spaces. It has incorporated a famous Czech book in the interior design of the hotel. You can start reading the book at the entrance of the rooms, continue in the bedroom and finish chapters in the bathrooms. When staying in multiple rooms in MOODs, you might be able to read the whole book!
ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Three Golden Keys
World-renowned artist Peter Sís brings to life the magic of Prague and its legends. The author recaptures the wonder of his own lost childhood in Prague and celebrates the city's wonderful cultural heritage. He wrote it for his young daughter, Madeleine, who is growing up in the New World, so that when she is old enough to understand it she will have a record of the strange and wonderful heritage that is her birthright.
"No one can see memory, of course, but if we could, I suspect it would be as magical and mesmerizing as the images of Prague which... Peter Sís has created... The late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who edited this book shortly before her death, called Sís 'a genius.' Few who see this book will disagree."
- Los Angeles Times Book Review
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
PETER SÍS is an internationally acclaimed illustrator, filmmaker, painter and author. Born in Brno, Czechoslovakia, and grew up in Prague. He studied painting and filmmaking at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague and the Royal College of Art in London. His animated work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. He came to America in 1982, and now lives in New York with his family. He turned to publishing in 1984 and quickly became one of the leading artists in the field. With more than twenty books to his credit and almost as many honors, Peter is a seven-time winner of The New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Book of the Year.
His many distinguished books include Starry Messenger: Galileo Galilei, Tibet Through the Red Box, Madlenka, Rainbow Rhino, The Tree of Life: Charles Darwin, and The Wall: Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain. Peter Sís is the first children's book artist to be named a MacArthur Fellow.