Eric Carle

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by NicoleCurry26
Last updated 3 years ago

Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Writers Biographies
Grade:
1,2,3

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Eric Carle

Welcome everyone to my Glog. My name is Nicole Curry and I will be sharing with you what I discovered about the author and illustrator Eric Carle.

Welcome to my Glog!

Eric Carle

•Born in Syracuse, New York in 1929.•At 6 years old, he moved to Germany with his family. •Graduated from Akademie der bildenden Künste in Stuttgart.•Moved back to America in 1952 with only a portfolio and 40 dollars with him.•Was a graphic designer for the New York Times.

Book List

Most famous for "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

"Brown Bear, Brown BearWhat Do You See?"- Carle illustrated

"1,2,3 to the Zoo"

"The Grouchy Ladybug"

*Author's main website*http://www.eric-carle.com/home.htmlI found majority of my information about Carle here such as a list of his books, his contact information and downloadable games.

"Mister Seahorse"

Snail Mail Address:

Eric CarleP.O. Box 48Northampton, MA 01060, USA

Email Address:

fanclub@eric-carle.com

Websites used for this Glog

Eric Carle reads "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

How Eric Carle created "The Very Hungry Catepillar"

http://www.carlemuseum.org/Here I found out about what is in Carle's museum and different events he hosts there.

http://childrensbooksguide.com/authorsHere I found information about techniques that Carle uses to create his books.

5 Interesting Facts about Eric Carle

1. He is an author of over 70 picture books.2. Carle founded a museum named after him and features him along with other authors and artists.3. He uses a collage technique, where he paints paper by hand, and then cuts and layers it to create different images. 4. In Carle’s museum, he has an art gallery where children and adults are welcome to come in and create their own pieces inspired by works in the gallery.5. Carle's creativity does not stop at his books, readers can purchase stuffed animals, clothes, bed room accessories, kitchenware and more designed after Carle’s books on his museum's website.


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