ERIC CARLE MUSEUM

As David Wiesner notes, stories told just through pictures and images have been around for centuries: from the cave paintings of prehistoric times...

This past spring, children’s book author and illustrator Grace Lin got a disturbing report one day when her daughter, Hazel, came home from her...

Moving from the late days of segregation in the Deep South to the new wave of activism inspired by Black Lives Matter constitutes a long...

AMHERST — The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art has temporarily closed due to the statewide spike in COVID-19 cases.The move, which began Dec...

Who wouldn’t want to escape into an imaginary world these days, given the pandemic, an ugly election season, a struggling economy, and...

AMHERST — The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art will reopen this Saturday, Aug. 1 for the general public with limited hours and with safety...

Although the state has now allowed museums and cultural sites to reopen, most venues in the area are proceeding cautiously, with some not planning...

For the past two months, the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, like many museums closed by the COVID-19 pandemic, has tried to stay in touch...

When they look back on their own careers as children’s book authors and illustrators, Grace Lin and Jarrett J. Krosoczka are both struck by one...

Eric Carle sells business

11/14/19

Eric Carle, author and illustrator of the seminal children’s book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and dozens of other titles, has sold his company...

Like many teenagers in the 1960s, Peter Sís was thrilled by the sounds of The Beatles and other rock ‘n’ roll groups from Britain and the United...

Comic books and other forms of graphic novels haven’t always been met with respect from literary circles. During the 1950s, anti-comic book...

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