Saturday Evening's Favorite Movie Moment- 'Charlotte's Web'

Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment embraces the best movie adaptations from books, unless I find a screenplay written as well as a book.-If that's possible, and I many times it is-

The award winning classic, Charlotte's Web, was written by E. B. White, the author of many other beloved classics such as Stuart Little, The Trumpet of the Swan, and Where The Mountain meets The Moon.

E.B. White was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and was the author of many other award winning essays for adults. He is also the author of  The Elements of Style, which is commonly known as "Strunk & White".

I've owned a least five copies of The Elements of Style in my lifetime, and still refer to my present copy often.

E.B White's children's books illustrate his astounding imagination, gift for characterization, dialogue, phrasing, and above all else storytelling. E.B. White died on October the first in 1985, but his books will remain shelved for many lifetimes, teaching children and adults about love, sacrifice, loss, joy, courage, friendship, loyalty, and life.

If you haven't read these children's classics to your children, it is never too late to buy a copy.

Thank you for stopping by A Nice Place In The Sun, and I hope you have an excellent week-end- :)


Grace said...

I've never read that book. I just looked it up and they say it is about a spider trying to save a pigs life - so tell me, does the pig die? And, no I probably won't read the book, so just tell me...

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Laughing...I ought to make you read it, but I guess I'll go ahead and tell you.

The pig doesn't die, but Charlotte the spider dies after she lays her eggs. It's a great book and movie. You know, I was thinking about reviewing it, but I cannot find my copy.

You have to watch some reviews...laughing...

Thanks for stopping by Grace. And I hope you're having a super great week-end-


Sandee said...

How adorable. I've not read the book either, but what I got with this is the animals really don't act any different than we humans do. I'm not good at reviews, but that's what I kept thinking.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs and tons of love. ♥♥♥

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...


I can tell how much you read- :)

E.B White was great with personification. You hit the nail on the head- "Animals don't act much different than humans do;" they're just without a voice in various bodies.

You have a fabulous day too- And tons of love back to you- :)

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