|Statement||Audur H. Winnan ; foreword by David W. Kiehl.|
|Contributions||Gág, Wanda, 1893-1946.|
|LC Classifications||NE539.G34 A4 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99029637|
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In Wanda Gag wrote and illustrated the book Millions of Cats, considered today a classic in children’s literature. The book has never been out of print and is the oldest American picture book still in print. In Millions of Cats, Wanda initiated the double-page spread, designing two facing pages as one panoramic scene. Built in , the restored two-and-a-half story Queen Anne is the childhood home of internationally acclaimed artist, illustrator and printmaker Wanda Hazel Gág. Wanda Hazel Gág, author of the classic children’s book, Millions of Cats, was born Ma to Anton Gág and his wife Lissi, in New Ulm. She was the eldest of seven children. The Wanda Gág Read Aloud Book Award for children’s literature, sponsored by the Curriculum Materials Center at Minnesota State University Moorhead, is for the best picture book of the year to read aloud to younger children. Picture books for children from the age range of toddlers to age 8 are considered. WANDA GAG (Wanda Ga'g) used books, rare books and new books Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. Learn More at LibraryThing.
About the Author Wanda Gág () was born in New Ulm, Minnesota, the daughter of an artist and the eldest of seven children. In recognition of her rare artistry, she was the posthumous recipient of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award for Millions of Cats and the Kerlan Award for the body of her work/5(29). This long-out-of-print children’s book is based on a charming Bohemian tale recited to Wanda Gág when she was a child, and is now once again available to enchant audiences of all ages. The tale’s sly peasant humor and conversational style combined with Gág’s expressive black-and-white illustrations made the book an instant classic. This edition, printed in January in an edition of regular copies (and copies printed on handmade paper and signed) is devoted to Wanda Gag and includes a short biographical essay, a catalogue of 65 works and a list of 6 books written and illustrated by Gag. Despite the volume of copies printed, quite scarce. Wanda Gag was the daughter of German immigrants engaged in the arts—her father was a painter, her mother a photographer. Wanda Gag was the daughter of German immigrants engaged in the arts—her father was a painter, her mother a photographer. Wanda Born: