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Posts Tagged ‘Frances Hodgson Burnett’

Travel the World with Free Children’s Books

What’s your favorite children’s book setting?

The travel site cheapflights.co.uk has published an infographic exploring some of the most beautiful real-life locations from children’s books.

We’ve embedded the complete infographic below along with free digital book links to some of the books for your for your Kindle, iPad or other eReader.

 

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Judith Viorst to Adapt Lulu and the Brontosaurus as a Musical

Judith Viorst will adapt Lulu and the Brontosaurus as musical for Imagination Stage.

The author of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day will bring Lulu to the stage in Bethesda, Maryland.  In an interview with Kirkus Reviews, Viorst revealed that she has partnered with her longtime collaborator, Shelly Markham, to bring her kid’s book to the stage.

Check it out: “I’ve been writing the script and the lyrics, and my wonderful collaborator, Shelly Markham, is writing the music, as we’ve done together for two other children’s musicals, both of them about Alexander.  We’re expecting to see it performed during the 2013-2014 season, complete with a tantrum-throwing Lulu and a dancing dinosaur.”

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