Links & Acknowledgements

LINKS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY

Archives : The Dodd Research Center UCONN

Bob Staake, author & illustrator

The Bodeian Library Publishing

Diane Muldrow, author, and editorial director at Golden Books/Random House

The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Eric Sturdevant : “Fun All Around”, Illustrator (This is his blog)

Ethan Weisgard

Justin G. Schiller , specialist in rare and collectible children’s books

Kage Glantz/Ken Chowder, writer

HarperCollinsChildrens, publishing

Leonard Marcus, historian, author, critic

Mark Burstein, editor

Martin Salisbury, professor, illustrator and author

Random House & Golden Books, publishing

Simon & Schuster, publishing

Steve Santi, author

Leonard Weisgard author and illustrator of children's books - The Quiet Noisy Book by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrations by Leonard Weisgard. Harper 1950. Republished by HarperCollinsPublishers 1993.

The Quiet Noisy Book by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrations by Leonard Weisgard.
Harper 1950. Republished by HarperCollinsPublishers 1993.

INSTAGRAM
You can see a collection of illustrations posted by his grandchild Nanami Weisgard, on Instagram: Leonard_Weisgard

ON-LINE ARTICLES & BLOGS
We are collecting links with on-line articles about Leonard Weisgard’s work.
Blog links and on-line articles are most welcome. Please send to admin@leonardweisgard.com

Books In My House Blogspot: https://littlebooktastic.wordpress.com/2015/08/

Brainpickings.org: https://www.brainpickings.org/2014/07/07/best-illustrations-alice-in-wonderland/

 https://www.brainpickings.org/2011/11/07/leonard-weisgard-alice/

TheAtlantic.com http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2011/11/leonard-weisgards-stunning-1949-alice-in-wonderland-illustrations/248012/

Fishinkblog.com http://fishinkblog.com/2011/02/10/leonard-weisgard-childrens-book-illustrator/

“If I picked a color to describe Leonard Weisgard I think I would choose gold; as his books are treasures”  http://theartofchildrenspicturebooks.blogspot.dk/2011/06/hailstones-and-halibut-bones.html

How The ‘Goodnight Moon’ Author And Collaborator Revolutionized Kids Books
http://www.wbur.org/artery/2016/06/02/leonard-weisgard-margaret-wise-brown

“In Minders of Make: Idealists, Entrepreneurs, and the Shaping of American Children’s Literature (Houghton Mifflin, 2008), Leonard Marcus writes, “To those who worked in the children’s book industry of the early 1940’s, New York could seem as small as a fairy-tale village.” By the 1950’s and early 1960’s, many writers, illustrators, and editors of the children’s book world had moved to my corner of Connecticut, trading one fairy-tale setting for another. Renowned illustrator Leonard Weisgard was among them. Although I didn’t know until Saturday that he had lived nearby, Weisgard’s books were a staple of my childhood.”
Slice of Life: The Art of Leonard Weisgard

The Quiet Noisy Book: A Little-Known Vintage Gem by Margaret Wise Brown
“A tender celebration of curiosity, presence, and attentiveness to the world in its most delicate and delightful details.”
https://www.brainpickings.org/2015/11/04/the-quiet-noisy-book-margaret-wise-brown/?mc_cid=dbad5e9399&mc_eid=b49d44433f