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Eric carle

Eric Carle

By Rebecca Pauly


Eric carle

The life of Eric Carle

His Life

  • Eric Carle was born in Syracuse, New York. When Eric Carle was six years old he moved to Germany with his parents. Eric grew up there and graduated form AkademiederbildendenKünste, a prestigious art school. In 1952, he moved back to New York and found a job as a graphic designer.

  • The first book Eric Carle illustrated was “Brown Bear Brown Bear, What do you See?” written by Bill Martin Jr.

  • The first book Eric Carle wrote was 1,2,3 to the Zoo and followed by The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

  • Eric Carle has won many awards but here are a few,

  • Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, 2001

  • Silver Medal from the City of Milano, Italy, 1989

  • Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Literature Award presented by the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, 2008

  • Honorary Degree from Bates College, Lewiston, ME, 2007

Career

Awards


Eric carle

“We have eyes, and we're looking at stuff all the time, all day long. And I just think that whatever our eyes touch should be beautiful, tasteful, appealing, and important.”Eric Carle


Eric carle

I would place Eric Carle books on the classroom all day long. And I just think that whatever our eyes touch should be beautiful, tasteful, appealing, and important.”

bookshelf. I would also place his books in different

places around the classroom to strike interest in

my students.


Eric carle

The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in the 1960s

1967, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (illustrator)1968, 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo1969, The Very Hungry Caterpillar


Eric carle

The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in 1970-1973

1970, Pancakes, Pancakes!1970, The Tiny Seed1970, Tales of the Nincompoop (illustrator)1970, The Boastful Fisherman (illustrator)1971, Feathered Ones and Furry (illustrator)1971, The Scarecrow Clock (illustrator)1971, Do You Want to Be My Friend?1972, Rooster’s Off to See the World1972, The Very Long Tail1972, The Secret Birthday Message1972, Walter the Baker1973, Do Bears Have Mothers Too? (illustrator)1973, Have You Seen My Cat?1973, I See a Song, 1973


Eric carle

The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in 1974-1978

1974, Split-page book collection:

My Very First Book of Numbers

My Very First Book of Colors

My Very First Book of Shapes

My Very First Book of Words

1974, Why Noah Chose the Dove (illustrator)1974, All About Arthur1975, The Hole in the Dike (illustrator)1975, The Mixed-Up Chameleon1976, Eric Carle’s Storybook, Seven Tales by the Brothers Grimm1977, The Grouchy Ladybug1978, Watch Out! A Giant!1978, Seven Stories by Hans Christian Andersen (sequel to Seven Tales by the Brothers Grimm)


Eric carle

The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in 1980-1985

1980, Twelve Tales from Aesop1981, The Honeybee and the Robber1982, Otter Nonsense (illustrator)1982, Catch the Ball!1982, What's for Lunch1983, Chip Has Many Brothers (illustrator)1984, The Very Busy Spider1985, The Foolish Tortoise (illustrator)1985, The Greedy Python (illustrator, companion to The Foolish Tortoise)1985, The Mountain that Loved a Bird (illustrator)


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The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in 1986-1989

1986, All Around Us1986, Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me

1986, Group of small-format books:

My Very First Book of Sounds

My Very First Book of Food

My Very First Book of Tools

My Very First Book of Touch

My Very First Book of Motion

My Very First Book of Growth

My Very First Book of Homes

My Very First Book of Heads

1986, All in a Day (Mitsumasa Anno editor)1987, A House for Hermit Crab1988, The Lamb and the Butterfly (illustrator)

1988, Eric Carle’s Treasury of Classic Stories for Children1989, Animals Animals (illustrator)


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The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in 1990-1999

1990, The Very Quiet Cricket1991, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? (illustrator)1991, Dragons Dragons (illustrator)1992, Draw Me a Star1993, Today Is Monday1994, My Apron1995, The Very Lonely Firefly1996, Little Cloud1997, From Head to Toe1997, Flora and Tiger: 19 very short stories from my life1998, Hello, Red Fox1998, You Can Make a Collage: A Very Simple How-to Book1999, The Very Clumsy Click Beetle


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The following books are written and/or illustrated by Eric Carle in 2000-2011

2000, Does A Kangaroo Have A Mother, Too?2000, Dream Snow2002, “Slowly, Slowly, Slowly,” said the Sloth2003, Where Are You Going? To See My Friend! (with Kazuo Iwamura)2003, Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? (illustrator)2004, Mister Seahorse2005, 10 Little Rubber Ducks2006, My Very First Book of Numbers2007, Baby Bear, Baby Bear, What Do You See?2008, The Rabbit and the Turtle2009, Google Logo Design (illustrator)2009, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Pop-Up Edition (40th Anniversary Tribute Book)2011, The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse



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Websites About Eric Carle Carle in 2000-2011

http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/eric-carle-author-study

http://www.eric-carle.com/home.html Eric Carle’s Personal Website

http://www.carlemuseum.org/Home

http://www.webenglishteacher.com/very-hungry-caterpillar-lesson-plans.html

http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/3362.Eric_Carle