More Homer Price #2020

More Homer Price By Robert McCloskey More Homer Price Selections from Centerburg Tales
  • Title: More Homer Price
  • Author: Robert McCloskey
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • More Homer Price By Robert McCloskey Selections from Centerburg Tales
    More Homer Price By Robert McCloskey
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    About "Robert McCloskey"

    1. Robert McCloskey

      John Robert McCloskey September 15, 1914 June 30, 2003 was an American writer and illustrator of children s books He both wrote and illustrated eight picture books and won two Caldecott Medals from the American Library Association recognizing the year s best illustrated picture book Four of those eight books were set in Maine Blueberries for Sal, One Morning in Maine, Time of Wonder, and Burt Dow, Deep water Man the last three all on the coast He was also the writer for Make Way For Ducklings, as well as the illustrator for The Man Who Lost His Head.McCloskey was born in Hamilton, Ohio, during 1914 and reached Boston in 1932 with a scholarship to study at Vesper George Art School After Vesper George he moved to New York City for study at the National Academy of Design.In 1940, he married Peggy Durand, daughter of the children s writer Ruth Sawyer They had two daughters, Sally and Jane, and settled in New York State, spending summers on Scott Island, a small island off Little Deer Isle in East Penobscot Bay McCloskey s wife and eldest daughter Sally are reputed to be the models for little Sal and her mother in Blueberries for Sal 1948 , a picture book set on a Blueberry Hill in the vicinity Three others of his picture books are set on the coast and concern the sea.Peggy died in 1991 Twelve years later on June 30, 2003, McCloskey died at his home in Deer Isle, Maine.


    1. He liked this one OK but the length of the individual stories about 50p each was not to his liking He wants his literature broken down into amuse bouche segments so he can stop for the night at a convenient interval On to the next Mr Popper s Penguins

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