This book examines the life, career, artistic style, and literary themes of the twentieth-century author and illustrator.
A catalog of an exhibition held at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, Massachusetts, March 24-June 21, 2009.
Katy, a brave and untiring tractor, who pushes a bulldozer in the summer and a snowplow in the winter, makes it possible for the townspeople to do their jobs.
This Virginia Lee Burton's Caldecott winner book The Little House, a country house is unhappy when the city, with all its buildings and traffic, grows up around her.
Mike Mulligan proves that he and his steam shovel, Mary Anne, are still useful.
A little engine decides it could be much faster without pulling all the other cars, so it takes off by itself.
The amazing horse Calico is responsible for capturing a gang of bad men, finding and rounding up the stolen cattle, and seeing that the Christmas party is a success, even for the outlaws.
Anne Malcolmson, Grace Castagnetta, and Caldecott medalist Virginia Lee Burton joined forces in 1947 to produce the definitive edition of The Song of Robin Hood. Virginia Lee Burton spent three years on drawings to accompany the songs, ultimately producing a work of art filled with exquisite detail.
By recounting actual events in San Francisco's effort to keep the city's cable cars running, this classic story illustrates how the voice of the people can be heard.