Paul Galdone was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1907 and emigrated to the United States in 1928. After finishing his studies at the Art Student League and the New York School of Industrial Design, Mr. Galdone worked in the art department of a major publishing house. There he was introduced to the process of bookmaking, an activity that was soon to become his lifelong career. Before his death in 1986, Mr. Galdone illustrated almost three hundred books, many of which he himself wrote or retold. He is fondly remembered for his contemporary style, bright earthy humor, and action-filled illustrations, which will continue to delight for generations to come.
I really enjoyed Galdone’s version of the classic Henny Penny tale with this gruesome yet cheerful ending.Published 1 month ago by Shelli
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I would NOT recommend this book! Children don't need an ending where the animals are tricked and get eaten by the fox! I wish I could return it and get my money back!Published 17 months ago by Scarlet Girl
I wanted a version similar to what I remember as a child. I don't remember my childhood version in extreme detail but it was definately called "Chicken Little" and I recall... Read morePublished 20 months ago by T. Ellis
I bought the book to read to my niece. It brought back so many memories of when I was a childPublished on January 16, 2013 by Sue Penyak
I bought this book because my mother read it to me as a child and I wanted to be able to share the story with my baby. This is a great little story for children of any age! Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by Tammy B
I loved this book as a child and I think all kids will like this charming story. As an "aside", not part of the review really, the info "about the author" says Paul Galdone was... Read morePublished on December 12, 2011 by D. Norris
We are tremendous fans of Paul Galdone -- including his "Three Fox Fables" and his "The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Read morePublished on October 24, 2011 by M. Heiss