My afternoon at The Children’s Museum of Manhattan
Posted on: April 4th, 2014 by Marc Brown 4 Comments

I spent last Sunday afternoon at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan doing an interactive story session. First we read from my new picture book celebrating the Big Apple, In New York (Knopf), and afterward, we broke out the art supplies and created maps of their favorite New York City sights. I had more fun than the kids. Looking forward to a return visit soon!


4 Responses

  1. Anastasia Russell says:

    Dear Marc Brown, My name is Anastasia Russell Im 18 and I’ve lived in Nashville,Tn all my life. Ever since. I’ve been a little girl and watched Arthur Ive wanted to draw childrens books.I draw characters every day.My art teacher at Cane Ridge High ,Mr.Guy had us choose a final art project and I chose to create a illustrated childrens book and I was wondering if you weren’t busy could you help me out? Who better then the greatest childrens book writer and illustrator in the world!! I would really appreciate it! You can contact me at You!!!

    • Marc Brown says:

      Sounds like a fun project, Anastasia. Are you running into any specific problems with your book project?

      Good luck with it!

      Marc Brown

  2. Madison Clem says:

    Dear Marc Brown, I have always LOVED, your books and TV shows. I am thinking about becoming an illustrator and work for your company when I grow up. Or write children’s books. It is awesome that lots of kids can have a great ro-model. I definetly am your #1 fan. I have been watching your shows since I was 2 yrs. thanks for your time.

    Madison 7

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