February 11 | 7:30pm | Hugo House
The Bushwick Book Club Seattle presents
Original Music Inspired by The Works of Margaret Wise Brown
Throughout the 1940s, Margaret Wise Brown single-handedly rewrote the book on children’s literature. Groundbreaking works like The Runaway Bunny and Goodnight Moon (which the New York Public Library initially refused to buy) fused poetry and philosophy, captivating generations of readers.
“The first great wonder at the world is big in me. That is why I write.”—Margaret Wise Brown
Heads up: Brown’s writing style has been known to encourage poetic reasoning and independent thought. (In all seriousness: not much to worry about here).
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