eric carle museum

2010_4_125.jpgAmherst, MA --The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art celebrates the golden

xl_2018_43_1.jpgAmherst, MA—The graphic novel is arguably the single most exciting new

OWLSSMALL.jpgAmherst, Massachusetts—Owls, some of the most widely depicted creatures in children's

RayCharles.jpgAmherst, MA --An exhibition depicting African American life, history, and culture

Amherst, MA — Together, Leo and Diane Dillon created illustrations of extraordinary beauty and cultural resonance, illuminating global stories of diverse subjects--from the Caldecott Medal-winning picture book Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears to the paperback covers of classic children's literature. The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art is pleased to present A Marriage of

Amherst, MA — The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art is pleased to announce the 2018 Carle Honors Honorees, to be awarded at Guastavino's in New York City on Thursday, September 27, 2018. The 13th annual gala and fundraiser will honor those who have played an instrumental role in making picture books a vibrant and influential art and literary form. This year, The Carle will award the

Amherst, MA -- In 1970, Eric Carle published The Tiny Seed, which chronicles the life cycle of a plant across the four seasons. It was the first of many stories he would illustrate about the wonders of nature at all times of year. The Art of Eric Carle: Seasons celebrates five decades of Carle's seasonal imagery, from hibernating bears in winter and hatching chicks in spring to

PaddingtonCC.jpgAmherst, MA—Sixty years ago, the story of a bear from Darkest Peru found a

LOBEL.jpgAmherst, MA--The Caldecott Medal, an annual award bestowed upon "the most distinguished

CONSTANTCONTACT.jpgAmherst, MA--In its short fifteen-year history, The Eric Carle