Tomi Ungerer and Maurice Sendak changed the landscape of children's books in the '50s and 60's with books for children that scared adults but children loved. By the 1970s though, Ungerer's works disappeared from bookstores and libraries when he began illustrating erotic books for adults. (2012) 98 min. With an introduction by Jennifer Burek Peirce, Association Professor, UI School of Library and Information Science.
Part of the 2013 ICPL Intellectual Freedom Festival
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