LIFE OF ERİC CARLE • Eric Carle was born in 25th of june,1929,in New York.But he is from Germany.He moved to Germany in 1930 because his mother was homesick.His father joined in the German Army.He suffered in Germany because of war.Then he returned back to U.S.A in 1952 with no money.He became graphic designer in America.In Korean War he joined in the army ,after war he came back to America and became the art director of an advertising agency.
…WORKS OF ERİC CARLE …• He says: “With many of my books I attempt to bridge the gap between the home and school. To me home represents, or should represent; warmth, security, toys, holding hands, being held. School is a strange and new place for a child. Will it be a happy place?
So he uses creative styles and he thinks learning is really both fascinating and fun
DRAGONS & DRAGONSIn the book there are beautiful illustrations and it has interesting subject matter.Its a collection of poems about mythical creatures, such as, a Yeti, Minotaur,Unicorn, Pan, Mermaid, Chinese Dragon, and many more. Some of the poems arewritten by famous poets and writes, like John Gardner, and Sir Richard Burton.Children can learn so much from this book. Although many kids are familiar withunicorns and dragons, few are savvy to Pan from Greek mythology, or Anansi, thespider creature of African and Caribbean folklore.
RoosteR’s off to see the World• Rooster and the colorful animals that join him on his journey to see the world, provide an enjoyable introduction to the meaning of numbers and sets.
Pancakes, Pancakes!The barnyard rooster crows and Jack wakes up — hungry, of course! What does he want for breakfast? A big pancake! But first, Jacks mother needs flour from the mill, an egg from the black hen, milk from the spotted cow, butter churned from fresh cream, and firewood for the stove. Will Jack ever get his pancake?Read the book and learn!
THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR• His the most famous book :It was published in 1969, it has sold 30 million copies worldwide.It tells about how a hungry caterpillar turns to a beautiful butterfly
1, 2, 3 to the Zoo• Each car on the train has one more zoo animal than the one before it, and all arrive happily at the zoo in a dramatic foldout finale.
• In few words but expressive pictures, a little mouse looks for a friend - and happily finds one just in time to save himself from a predator who has been hiding there all the time - unseen, but in plain sight! A simple story on the universal theme of friendship.
The Tiny Seed• The book dramatizes the life cycle of all plants, as one tiny seed grows into an enormous sunflower, which then produces more seeds in its turn.
The Secret Birthday Message,• A message in code starts Tim off on an exciting treasure hunt through a dark cave, an underground tunnel, and other strange places until he finds a happy surprise.
BROWN BEAR ,BROWN BEAR WHAT DO YOU SEE?The book itself has little to no plot. Instead, the narrator asks theanimals what they see with the response usually being anotheranimal, the respondent is then asked what they themselves see,and the process is repeated.