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Celebrate Cricket: 30 Years of Stories and Art

by Marianne Carus

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Marianne Carus was inspired to create Cricket, the finest possible literary magazine for children, in 1973. Her mission attracted the best writing and artistic talent available, and this collection includes such luminaries as Isaac Bashevis Singer, David Wiesner, Lloyd Alexander, Trina Schart Hyman, Jane Yolen, Sid and Paul Fleischman, and Shirley Hughes. The book contains not only the best American children’s stories and poems but also translations of important international children’s literature from 20 foreign countries. Engaging artwork along with tributes and memoirs from many of Cricket’s contributors add to the fun.

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A treasury of stories, poems, and illustrations from Cricket, along with reminiscences about the magazine and color reproductions of Cricket cover art.

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