Children’s Literature Art Gallery to be on NH Chronicle

Author and illustrator Lita Judge presenting an illustration from her book How Big Were Dinosaurs? to Festival Gallery founder Dr. David White.
Author and illustrator Lita Judge presenting an illustration from her book How Big Were Dinosaurs? to Festival Gallery founder Dr. David White.

Earlier this month, Erin Fehlau, the producer for WMUR Channel 9′s  New Hampshire Chronicle, and Chris Shepherd, the show’s videographer, spent four hours with one of the KSC’s greatest treasures, the Children’s Literature Festival Gallery Collection in Rhodes Hall, preparing a segment for the show. Of course, Festival and Gallery founder Dr. David E. White, showed them around, and they spent an hour talking to author, illustrator, and gallery contributor Lita Judge, who lives in Peterborough. Lita talked about our collection, why it is significant, why she wanted to be represented, the significance of illustrations in children’s books, and about several of her books. Lita was also filmed giving David a donation from her book How Big Were Dinosaurs? This segment will be aired March 18—make sure you tune in! And if you miss it, the segment will be available online. And check out the Children’s Literature Festival and Gallery’s Facebook page.

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  1. I think it is wonderful to have people all over the state see what a great collection it is . I wish I had been in the state to see it but I was in Plains, GA visiting friends and finally meeting President Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter as well after missing them several times during his presidency and efforts for Habitat for Humanity. I will make an effort to see the tape as soon as I can. Winnie

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