Storybook art of Marcia Brown

Marcia Brown is an internationally renowned illustrator and author of children's books. Ms. Brown has been awarded the Caldecott Medal, the American Library Association's highest award for excellence in childrens' picture-book illustrations, for three of her books: Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper (1954); Once a Mouse (1961); and Shadow (1982), and six more of her books are Caldecott Honor Books. Marcia Brown's career as a published illustrator began in 1937 when she joined the art staff of The State Lion, the New York State College for Teachers student humor magazine. Her formal career as a children's illustrator, author, and translator began with the publication of The Little Carousel in 1946. That book, which she wrote and illustrated, was followed by over thirty more during her career.

stone soup cinderella shadow
Stone Soup Once a Mouse Cinderella Shadow

Each print, 17.5" x 22", $4.00.
Set of four prints, $12.00.

Once a Mouse paperback, $3.50 Caldecott Medal winner.
In this Indian fable a hermit changes a small mouse into a cat, a dog, a majestic tiger.
Shadow paperback, $3.50
Caldecott Medal winner.
This picture book about the spooky presence of the mocking trickster, Shadow, is based on an Africa-inspired French poem.
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