You’re hearing the opening for the Weston Woods animated film version of Crockett Johnson’s well-known 1955 children’s book, Harold and the Purple Crayon.
That’s Mort Schindel, the founder and guiding spirit of Weston Woods Studios, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
You’re hearing some of the famous words of Dr. Martin Luther King from Martin’s Big Words, a recent video for young people from Weston Woods Studios.
That’s the powerful, famous beginning of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are, from the Weston Woods animated film version of this Caldecott Award classic
It’s Election Day today, and even though the presidential election is still two years away, there’s already a great deal of thought and talk about…
The “Henry” and friend the narrator is referring to are bears. And this contest is the simple premise of the lovely Weston Woods film version of D. B. Johnson’s award-winning picture book, Henry Hikes to Fitchburg.
Today is George Washington’s birthday, an appropriate time to remember that the father of our country also had a mother — Mary Ball Washington. Her…