Margot Zemach, Aida E. Marcuse (Translator) 1999

Margot Zemach, Rita Guibert (Translator) September 1998

Margot Zemach, Aida Marcuse (Translator) October 1993 (Out ofPrint)
Zemach Suite: Fugue à 3, No 2
Too low to display
Harve Zemach, Margot Zemach (Illustrator)1988

It Could Always Be Worse: A Yiddish Folk Tale (Michael Di Capua Books)

$7.99
  • Review
  • TAG : Harve Zemach, Margot Zemach (Illustrator) March 1989
ADD TO CART
  • Her professional career began illustrating stories by her husband,Harve, in 1959. They collaborated on 13 books. She receivedthe 1974 for Duffy and theDevil, written by Harve Zemach. In her lifetime, Margot Zemach illustratedover forty books. (See partial bibliography below.)

    This is Margot Zemach's last book. It is a collection of wellknown and timeless verses such as "This little pig went to market," and"Bingo," to lesser known ...

  • The book ends with a selection of previously unpublished material takenfrom the Zemach family archives—samples of Zemach's childhood artwork,family photographs, and autobiographical writings and sketches.

    "Ran Zemach's hands are huge and the fingers with their strength and precision might have been made of steel. He offered a firm, brilliant, sensitive yet emotionally austere performance - a vintage Rachmaninff.

    This is Margot Zemach's last book. It is a collection of well known and timeless verses such as "This little pig went to market," and "Bingo," to lesser known ...

    "Six little mice sat down to spin;
    Pussy passed by and she peeped in.
    What are you doing, my little men?
    Weaving coats for gentlemen.
    Shall I come in and cut off your threads?
    No, no, Mistress Pussy, you'd bit off our heads.
    Oh, no, I'll not; I'll help you to spin.
    That may be so; but you don't come in."

    The book ends with a selection of previously unpublished material taken from the Zemach family archives—samples of Zemach's childhood artwork, family photographs, and autobiographical writings and sketches.

    September 2001
    Farrar Straus & Giroux

    READ MORE or ORDER@AMAZON

  • Children’s author and illustrator Margot Zemach was born into a show business family--her father was a theater director, and her mother was an actress. Growing up, she drew imaginatively costumed characters to retell her favorite fairy stories and folktales, something she continued to do as an adult that would lead her to worldwide fame.

Kathleen Stevens, Margot Zemach March 1991 (Out of Print)

David Zemach-Bersin is one of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais’ original American students. He studied closely with Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais in the U.S., England, and at the Feldenkrais Institute in Israel. For over 30 years, David Zemach-Bersin has been an international leader in the practice and development of The Feldenkrais Method.