In 1968, Asch published his first picture book, George's Store. The following year he graduated from Cooper Union with a BFA. Since then he has taught at a public school in India, as well as at a Montessori school in the United States, conducted numerous creative workshops for children. He has written over 60 books, including Turtle Tale, Mooncake, I Can Blink and Happy Birthday Moon. In 1989 he wrote Here Comes the Cat! in collaboration with Vladimir Vagin. The book was awarded the Russian National Book Award and was considered the first Russian-American collaboration on a children's book.
Asch lived in Somerville, New Jersey.
He currently lives in Vermont with his wife, Jan.
CHILDREN'S BOOK AUTHOR AND LLUSTRATOR BRINGS BELOVED CHARACTERS TO RUTGERS EXHIBIT AT THE ZIMMERLI SHOWS PROCESS BEHIND FRANK ASCH'S WORK.
Jun 05, 2012; Camden, NJ -- The following information was released by Rutgers University: By Fredda Sacharow Credit: Courtesy of Frank Asch...
A flaky way to practice estimating.(Learning about Winter with Children's Literature: Cross-Curricular Units Based on the Works of Frank Asch, Ezra Jack Keats, Tomie de Paola, and More)(Children's review)(Book review)
Nov 01, 2006; We estimate your students will have a fun, educational time completing the following estimation activity from Learning about...