Eric Carle

Eric Carle

Past Event: Saturday, October 21, 2006

At Town Hall Seattle

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Sponsored by Reed, Longyear, Malnati & Ahrens, PLLC. Co-presented by Tacoma Art Museum.

Please join us for a special evening featuring the very talented creator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1967) and more than seventy other captivating picture books for young children.

Eric Carle creates richly colored, playfully designed, and warmly told stories of small creatures navigating a big world. More than seventy million hungry young readers around the world have consumed Carle’s delightful stories and images, a selection of which can be seen in the fall Tacoma Art Museum exhibit The Art of Eric Carle.

Excerpt from 10 Little Rubber Ducks
Chuckedy-chuckedy-chuck
Goes the rubber duck machine.
Out pop little yellow rubber ducks
one after the other,
One after the other.

The little rubber ducks are painted—bills red and eyes blue.

Then they are packed, 10 to a box…

and off they go…

to be loaded onto a cargo ship.

“Hello,” calls the captain.

The captain and his cargo ship
Are taking the little rubber ducks
Across the wide sea to faraway countries,
to faraway countries.

Suddenly a storm churns the water into big waves.
A strong wind whistles across the sea,
whistles across the sea.

A big wave lifts up one of the boxes
And throws it into the water.
The box opens, and 10 little rubber ducks fall out.
“10 rubber ducks overboard!” shouts the captain.
10 rubber ducks overboard!”

Selected WorkTen Little Rubber Ducks (2005)Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? (2000)The Very Quiet Cricket (1999)Do You Want to Be My Friend? (1971)The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1969)LinksAuthor’s Website

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Event Details

Town Hall Seattle

1119 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

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Accessibility

Open Captioning is an option for people who have hearing losses, where a captioning screen displaying the words that are spoken or sung is placed on stage. To make a request for open captioning, please contact us at boxoffice@lectures.org or 206.621.2230×10. Please note: for events at Town Hall Seattle, we appreciate a two-week advance notice to allow us time to secure captioning services.

Assisted Listening Devices (ALDs) are devices that people with hearing loss use in conjunction with their hearing device (hearing aids or cochlear implants). Town Hall Seattle has a hearing loop system, so you can switch your T-coil hearing aid to telecoil to have the stage’s microphones transmitted directly to your hearing aids. To pick up a headset, check in with any Town Hall usher when you arrive.

Sign Language Interpretation is available upon request for Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing individuals. To make a request for ASL interpretation, please contact us at boxoffice@lectures.org or 206.621.2230×10. Please note: we appreciate a two-week advance notice to allow us time to secure interpretation.

Wheelchair Accessible Seating and Accessible Restrooms are available in all sections at Town Hall Seattle, which is fully accessible to ticket holders with physical mobility concerns. Guide and service dogs are also welcome. Town Hall Seattle recommends that visitors use the 8th Avenue Entrance for events in the Great Hall, and elevators with Braille signage go to all levels within the Hall. The venue has 18 all-gender restrooms, as well as ADA-accessible restrooms on the lobby and Forum level. For more details on accessibility features, click here.

We are pleased to offer these accessibility services at our venues, and they are provided at no additional cost to ticket holders. Please contact us with any questions and feedback about how we can be more accessible and inclusive. Our Patron Services Manager is available at boxoffice@lectures.org, or Monday-Thursday from 10:00am – 5:00pm, and Fridays from 10:00am – 1:00pm, at 206.621.2230×10.