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Eric Carle Museum Announces the Very Hungry Caterpillar Day

Amherst, MA -- The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art will celebrate the 50th birthday of The Very Hungry Caterpillar during its annual Very Hungry Caterpillar Day celebration on Sunday, March 24 from noon to 4 pm. The day-long celebration features special art projects, a visit from the Caterpillar costume character, a storytime by local author Angela DiTerlizzi, and a sale in The Carle Bookshop. The event also coincides with the final day of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Turns 50 exhibition.

Illustrations from Treasured Children's Literature at Swann on December 6 fbcadmin Thu, 11/15/2018 - 09:09

ajdpdnpkjfonpkdg.jpgNew York - Swann Galleries continues their auction season with Illustration Art on Thursday, December 6. The sale boasts an array of original works rife with nostalgia including children’s literature, American illustration and works from as early as 1817.

"The Art of Eric Carle: Night" Opens Sept. 12 in Amherst

Amherst, MA--Eric Carle is famous for his representations of cheerful suns and soulful moons. While he traditionally leaves his daytime skies the white of the paper, he evocatively paints his nighttime scenes in deep blues and indigos. The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art is pleased to present "The Art of Eric Carle: Night," on view from September 12, 2017 through March 18, 2018. The exhibition features original artwork from more than 20 Carle books, including Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me, Dream Snow, and The Very Quiet Cricket.

Author and Illustrator Steven Kellogg to Present Annual BERL Lecture

(Amherst, MA--April 10, 2017) Children's book author/illustrator and Regina Medal recipient Steven Kellogg will deliver the 7th annual Barbara Elleman Research Library (BERL) Lecture on Saturday, April 29th at 2:00 pm at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. The BERL series features the country's preeminent scholars, book collectors, researchers, editors, authors, and illustrators in the field of children's literature. Kellogg's lecture, a self-proclaimed "celebratory outburst of appreciation," is free with Museum admission. A reception and book signing will follow.