Family Film Festival screens this weekend, adding Brattle Theatre as its third location
Cambridge Day (registration)
... on Saturday in Belmont, where an iconographic take on the beloved Boston-set story (and iconic Boston Garden sculpture) will be shown along with animated versions of “Where the Wild Things Are,” “Sylvester and the Magic Pebble” and other classics.
Films for kids, and kids at heart, at Family Festival
The Boston Globe
It screens Saturday at noon at Studio Cinema along with other Caldecott Medal winners adapted into animated films by Scholastic/Weston Woods Studios, such as William Steig's “Sylvester and the Magic Pebble” and Maurice Sendak's “Where the Wild ...
Erik Sandgren's art an eclectic expression of nature as total phenomena.
Grays Harbor Daily World
Hergé's adventures of Tintin and all of William Steig's fabulous books, especially Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, were my daughters' favorites growing up. Around 12, Sarah, the oldest, began drawing her own comics. So I took her to spend a day with ...
Banned Books Week celebrated the freedom to read
Wicked Local Roslindale
In "Sylvester and the Magic Pebble," by William Steig, the donkey parents are shown visiting a police station where the police are drawn as pigs, and that Caldecott winner has been banned. However, in another of Steig's picture books, "Roland, the ...