The American Eric Carle, author and illustrator of books for children very popular, is a member of the United States, related to American media on the basis of a family announcement. This decade has been confirmed on Twitter’s official account.
Your style is very recognizable, full of colors, and the attendance of millions of children by the world through the other “Chenille qui fait des trous”, one of their favorite plus connus. In the pages, on and suck a chenille that grignote a chemin à travers all varieties of fruits and foods. Si l’album est toujours en bonne place dans les rayons des librairies jeunesse, sa premiere parution date de 1969.
Eric Carle is now 91 years old, following the announcement of his communication team. He wrote and illustrated in the course of his career more than 70 livres for children, selling the New York Times plus 170 million copies in the designs. It is located in Syracuse in the State of New York, with independent immigrant parents, but has been in Allemagne for six years, with the family. C’est là qu’il a grandi et suivi une artistique formation, à l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de Stuttgart, avant de revenir aux Etats-Unis en tant que jeune adulte.
The work as a graphic artist (among other people in the New York Times) is ahead of the success of the author and illustrator.
It was awarded in 2003 by the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award (an appeal to the Children’s Literature Legacy Award), a special prize for children’s literature.