Picture book museum on <i>Parade</i>

Last Sunday\'s Parade magazine (the newspaper-insert tabloid) had two pages on the new Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. See the museum\'s top picture book recommendations here.

If you have a chance, find the article itself. It has some great information about how to read to a child that would be good to put on a poster or flyer (with copyright permission, of course).The Museum\'s Top 12
Anno’s Counting Book, written and illustrated by Mitsumasa Anno
The Cat in the Hat, written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss
Frederick, written and illustrated by Leo Lionni
Goodnight, Moon, written by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrated by Clement Hurd
John Henry, written by Julius Lester, illustrated by Jerry Pinkney
Leo the Late Bloomer, written by Robert Kraus, illustrated by Jose Aruego
“More, More, More,” Said the Baby: Three Love Stories, written and illustrated by Vera B. Williams
The Snowy Day, written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats
The Tale of Peter Rabbit, written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter
The Very Hungry Caterpillar, written and illustrated by Eric Carle
Where the Wild Things Are, written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak
Yo! Yes?, written and illustrated by Chris Raschka

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