>On Tuesday, November 18 at 7:00PM, I’ll be moderating a panel honoring James Marshall’s contributions to children’s literature. Sponsored by Houghton Mifflin (who has recently published a revised and expanded collection of George and Martha: The Complete Stories of Two Best Friends), the Cambridge Public Library, The Foundation for Children’s Books, MIT, and the Horn Book, the free event will take place at MIT’s Stata Center (the wild Frank Gehry building) on Vassar Street in Cambridge.
>Come See the Stupids Have a Ball!
November 7, 2008 by 4 Comments
Panelists include author-illustrators Susan Meddaugh and David Wiesner, former HB editor and Houghton publisher Anita Silvey, and Cambridge school librarian Susan Moynihan. We will be reminiscing about Jim (my own favorite story is unprintable but perhaps not unspeakable) and talking about his place in the canon, his legacy to children’s literature, and how his books have fared among children. Hilarity, I hope, will ensue.
More information can be found at the Cambridge Public Library.