Eric Carle, Beloved Children’s Book Author, Dies At 91

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Eric Carle, the beloved children’s author and illustrator whose classic “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and other works gave millions of kids some of their earliest and most cherished literary memories, has died at age 91.

Carle’s family says he died Sunday at his summer studio in Northampton, Massachusetts, with family members at his side. The family’s announcement was issued by Penguin Young Readers.

“Heaven just got more colorful,” Peter H. Reynolds, author and illustrator of “The Dot,” wrote in tribute on Twitter. Carle, he said, “made his mark, splashing bravely and inspiring those around him to do the same.”

Through books like “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” “Do You Want to Be My Friend?” and “From Head to Toe,” Carle introduced universal themes in simple words and bright colors.

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  1. No silly.
    On Sunday he got 1 vax shot but still had to wear his mask, on Monday he got 2 shots but he still had to wear a mask, on Tuesday he got 3 shots but he still needed to wear his mask, on Wednesday he got 4 shots but Fauci said he still had to wear a mask, on Thursday he got 5 shots but he STILL needed a mask, on Friday he got 6 shots but Fauci still said he had to wear his mask. On Shabbos he got 7 shots, and then he didn’t feel very well. So he built himself a cocoon and climbed in and on Sunday he came out and had wings like an angel and flew up to shomayim. The end!


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