«One night in 1947, an intensely curious 5-year-old boy named Michael McCleery asked his father for a story. So his father, William McCleery, produced a tale that revolved around a wolf named Waldo, a hen named Rainbow, and another little boy, the son of a farmer, named Jimmy Tractorwheel. Over weeks and weeks, William serialized the story, telling it in installments to Michael and his best friend during bedtimes and Sunday afternoon outings.
But William wasn’t just a dad — he was also a Broadway playwright. And, together with the artist Warren Chappell, he turned that elaborate wolf story into a short book for children. The resulting Wolf Story was acclaimed when it came out in 1947, but it’s been out of print for decades. Now, the New York Review Children’s Collection has reissued it.»(Listen to the whole story about the storyhere on NPR.)
Wolf Story by William McCleery with pictures by Warren Chappell. Such a cool book, and such an amazing dad. All you have to do to win a copy of this family heirloom of a tale is comment on this post between now and midnight (CT), Sunday, December 9. A winner will be selected at random and announced the next morning.
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Det er seks måneder siden Alexander Løken ble valgt til ny styreleder i NBU. Mye har skjedd i løpet av dette halvåret. En voldgiftsdom, en strømmeavtale, et kunstneropprop. NBUs nettredaktør tok en prat med Alexander for å høre hvordan halvåret har vært – og hvordan han ser for seg veien videre.
Norske Barne- og Ungdomsbokforfattere (NBU) er en selvstendig forening grunnlagt i 1947. Foreningens formål er å ivareta norske barne- og ungdomsbokforfatteres faglige og økonomiske interesser, samt å verne og fremme norsk barne- og ungdomslitteratur. Les mer
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