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Where Have You Been?, written by Margaret Wise Brown

Where Have You Been?, written by Margaret Wise Brown

Take a look at this Friendly Tales Hardcover by Little Golden Books on #zulily today!

Little Golden Books Friendly Tales Hardcover

Take a look at this Friendly Tales Hardcover by Little Golden Books on #zulily today!

Christmas in the Barn, written by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrated by Barbara Cooney

Christmas in the Barn, written by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrated by Barbara Cooney

すてきなおうち [マーガレット・ワイズ ブラウン: Margaret Wise Brown/イラスト  J.P. ミラー J.P. Miller ] http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4577031523/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_yUmUqb1XGRYCG

すてきなおうち [マーガレット・ワイズ ブラウン: Margaret Wise Brown/イラスト J.P. ミラー J.P. Miller ] http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4577031523/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_yUmUqb1XGRYCG

The Art of Children's Picture Books: Vintage Children's Book: The Summer Noisy Book, Margaret Wise Brown and Leonard Weisgard (1939)

The Art of Children's Picture Books: Vintage Children's Book: The Summer Noisy Book, Margaret Wise Brown and Leonard Weisgard (1939)

On receiving the Caldecott Medal in 1959: "I believe that children in this country need a more robust literary diet than they are getting.... It does not hurt them to read about good and evil, love and hate, life and death. Nor do I think they should read only about things that they understand.... a man’s reach should exceed his grasp. So should a child’s. For myself, I will never talk down to—or draw down to—children."

On receiving the Caldecott Medal in 1959: "I believe that children in this country need a more robust literary diet than they are getting.... It does not hurt them to read about good and evil, love and hate, life and death. Nor do I think they should read only about things that they understand.... a man’s reach should exceed his grasp. So should a child’s. For myself, I will never talk down to—or draw down to—children."

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