Hours of fun: Curious Pages

Curious Pages, a blog of children’s books, by award-winning illustrator Lane Smith and a guy named Bob.

Above, THE CARROT SEED by Ruth Krauss and Crockett Johnson, 1945.

Below, Den Rode Kuffert by Elin Bing


  1. Michael Thomsen says:

    Hey, that’s “Bamse & Kylling”/”Teddy and Chicken”, a Danish childrens tv programme. It’s rather… uh… lofi and low budget , but the kids love it.

    Here’s a christmas special: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VifvjoqNTa0

    Here’s a jodeling hip hop remix of a song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QIR60h3s84

  2. Henrik J says:

    If we have to learn english it is only fair that people from the US learn danish, then they could read the Bamse and Kylling book *grumble grumble*

  3. Henrik Andreasen says:

    Why waste big money, when all you need is a couple of guys in costume. Kids just love Bamse & Kylling. Everybody in the US would have been able to read and understand Danish if we had just stayed when we invaded you a thousand years ago.

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