Jules Feiffer

Books by Jules Feiffer

NPR stories about Jules Feiffer

Carina Jaffe, 3; Larissa Jaffe, 9; Denali Jaffe, 10; Zahra Jaffe, 6; and their friend Christina Tonnu, 8, read The Phantom Tollbooth together in Philadelphia. Courtesy the Jaffe Family hide caption

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Phantom Tantrum: Jules Feiffer and Norton Juster — who collaborated 50 years ago on The Phantom Tollbooth -- have reunited to create The Odious Ogre. In one of their favorite scenes, the Odious Ogre himself throws an impassioned tantrum. hide caption

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From "The Long Chalkboard": "[Caroline's] apartment was so big, there was room for a playroom in it. When [she and her family] moved in, Caroline had an idea: she covered the entire wall of the playroom with a chalkboard." Jules Feiffer hide caption

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Detail from the cover of Sorcery Cecelia, or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot. The book by Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Stevermer tells of two cousins in 1817 England. Mass Market hide caption

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