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Eric Carle Author Study PowerPoint

  1. 1. LIFE STORY  Born in Syracuse, New York on June 25,1929.  At 6 years old, he moved to Germany and had a hard time adjusting.  Always dreamed of building a bridge from Germany to America.  After Carle graduated from a very nice school in Stuttgart, in 1952, Carle took his $40 and moved to New York.
  2. 2. CAREER LIFE  Worked as a graphic designer for New York Times  Art director for an advertising agency  An author, Bill Martin Jr. got ahold of Carle to illustrate his books.
  3. 3. FIRST BOOKS 1967 1969
  4. 4. CARLE MUSEUM OF PICTURE BOOK OF ART  Opened in 2002  In Amherst, Massachusetts
  5. 5. 1968 2007 2011 1972 1971 1970
  6. 6. QUOTES & THOUGHTS “With many of my books I attempt to bridge the gap between the One and school. To me home represents, or should represent; day it's ever homehave I think and the greatest ideastuff all “We eyes, we're looking at that I'm working on. The next day I School is a warmth, security, toys, holding hands, being held.think it's the time, all day long.child. Willjust think that There strange and new place forever worked a happy place? a And I it be on - and I the worst that I've are new people, teacher, classmates...will be be friendly? whatever ouraeyes touch should they beautiful, swing between that a lot. Some days I'm tasteful, appealing, and important.” second biggest I believe the passage from home to doing, and the very happy with what I'm school is the trauma of childhood; the first is, of course, being born. Indeed, in next daywe am desperate - it's not workingone that both cases I leave a place of warmth and protection for out! is unknown. The unknown often brings fear with it. In my books I try to counteract this fear, to replace it with a positive message. I believe that children are naturally creative and eager to learn. I want to show them that learning is really both fascinating and fun.”
  7. 7. COMPLETE LIST OF AUTHORS OUT OF PRINT BOOKS  Tales of the Nimipoo (1970)  The Boastful Fisherman (1970)  Feathered Ones and Furry (1971)  The Scarecrow Clock (1971)  The Very Long Tail (1972)  The Very Long Train (1972)  Do Bears Have Mothers Too? (1973)  All About Arthur (1974)  Eric Carle’s Storybook, Seven Tales by the Brothers Grimm (1976)  Seven Stories by Hans Christian Andersen (1978)  Twelve Tales from Aesop (1980)  Otter Nonsense (1982)  All Around Us (1986)  My Very First Book of (Sounds, Food, Tools, Touch, Motion, Growth, Homes, Heads) (1986)
  8. 8. COMPLETE LIST OF AUTHORS IN PRINT BOOKS  Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (1967)  The Lamb and the Butterfly (1988)  1,2,3 to the Zoo (1968)  Eric Carle’s Treasury of Classic Stories for Children (1988)  The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1969)  Animals Animals (1989)  Pancakes, Pancakes (1970)  A Very Quiet Cricket (1990)  The Tiny Seed (1970)  Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? (1991)  Do You Want to Be My Friend? (1971)  Dragons Dragons (1991)  Rooster’s Off to See the World (1972)  Draw Me a Star (1992)  The Secret Birthday Message (1972)  Today Is Monday (1993)  Walter the Baker (1972)  Eric Carle: Picture Writer (1993)  Have You Seen My Cat? (1973)  My Apron (1994)  I See a Song (1973)  The Very Lonely Firefly (1995)  My Very First Book of (Numbers, Colors, Shapes, Words (1974)  Little Cloud (1996)  Why Noah Chose the Dove (1974)  The Art of Eric Carle (1996)  The Hole in the Dike (1975)  From Head to Toe (1997)  The Mixed-up Chameleon (1975)  Flora and Tiger: 19 very short stories from my life (1997)  The Grouchy Ladybug (1977)  Hello, Red Fox (1998)  Watch out! A Giant (1978  You Can Make a Collage: A Very Simple How-to Book (1998)  The Honeybee and the Robber (1981)  The Very Clumsy Click Beetle (1999)  Catch the ball! (1982)  Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? (2000)  Let’s Paint a Rainbow (1982)  Dream Snow (2000)  What’s For Lunch? (1982)  Slowly, Slowly, Slowly, said the Sloth (2002)  Chip Has Many Brothers (1983)  Where Are You Going? To See My Friend! (2003)  (New Title)Thank You, Brother Bear (1995)  Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? (2003)  The Very Busy Spider (1984)  Mister Seahorse (2004)  The Foolish Tortoise (1985)  10 Little Rubber Ducks (2005)  The Greedy Python (1985) The Mountain that Loved a Bird (1985)  Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See? (2007)  Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me (1986)  The Artist who Pained a Blue Horse (2001)  All in a Day (1986)  Friends (2013  A House for Hermit Crab (1987)
  9. 9. RELATED WEBSITES http://www.eric-carle.com/home.html http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/e ric-carle-author-study http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAeC2IF MSiY http://ericcarleblog.blogspot.com/ http://www.readingrockets.org/books/intervi ews/carle/

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