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The Eric Carle Museum
of Picture Book Art
  • 125 West Bay Road
  • Amherst, MA 01002
Hours
  • Tues. – Fri. 10am – 4pm
  • Saturday 10am – 5pm
  • Sunday 12pm – 5pm

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Book Expo Recap

I'm back from an exciting few days in New York City for the annual Book Expo America (BEA) convention. Although the convention was smaller than previous years, it was jam-packed with workshops, panels, celebrity sightings, book signings, publisher & sideline booths, and of course, books, books, books! There are so many new exciting titles for Fall that I want to share with you and I'm sure I'll be going into detail about each of them sooner to their release dates. READ MORE

Picture Book Puzzler: Crowns

What's the hot new accessory on the Picture Book Runway? Why, crowns of course! Who doesn't love to be king or queen for a day? Whether just playing dress up or definitely royalty, these twelve picture book characters all sport the popular accessory. Can you name the book each one comes from? Give it your best shot and I'll be back on Friday with the answers. READ MORE

Oh, What a Circus It's Been!

We've been so lucky to host the exhibition "What a Circus: The Art of Etienne Delessert" these past few months. It has been such a wonderful time filled with amazing art, book signings and personal gallery tours, and even a chance to learn from the master himself. This past Friday Etienne Delessert led a Master art class in our Art Studio, explaining his own artistic process and allowing other artists a glimpse into his own painting techniques and secrets, while allowing them to practice under his guidance. READ MORE

Berry Book Round-Up

With summer approaching, it's heading into my favorite season - BERRY SEASON! Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, oh my! Our supermarkets are already flooding with ripe strawberries from Florida, but I just can't wait to be outside in the sun, picking my own! I grew up with a very tempting strawberry patch in my family's garden and was often caught red handed (and red faced!) covered in strawberry juices after eating my fill. Nothing beats a sunwarm freshly picked berry, in my opinion. READ MORE

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