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A conversation with Meindert De Jong

Author: Clarence Hogeterp; Randy Nieuwsma; Steven Niedzielski; Darlene Meyering; Calvin Media Foundation.
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Calvin Media Foundation, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Meindert De Jong was born in 1906 and came to the United States when his parents emigrated from the Netherlands to Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1914. A gifted storyteller, he graduated from Calvin College in 1928 and began his literary career in 1938 with the publication of The Big Goose and the Little White Duck. Meindert De Jong won the most prestigious awards offered in the U.S. for children's literature, including  Read more...
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Named Person: Meindert De Jong; Meindert De Jong
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Clarence Hogeterp; Randy Nieuwsma; Steven Niedzielski; Darlene Meyering; Calvin Media Foundation.
OCLC Number: 311554655
Notes: Originally recorded in 1986.
Credits: Executive producer, Randy Nieuwsma ; producer, Steven Niedzielski.
Performer(s): Clarence Hogelterp, host ; Darlene Myering, narrator.
Description: 1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Dolby digital 2.0.
Responsibility: Calvin Media Foundation.

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Meindert De Jong was born in 1906 and came to the United States when his parents emigrated from the Netherlands to Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1914. A gifted storyteller, he graduated from Calvin College in 1928 and began his literary career in 1938 with the publication of The Big Goose and the Little White Duck. Meindert De Jong won the most prestigious awards offered in the U.S. for children's literature, including the Newbery Medal in 1955 and the National Book Award in 1969. In 1962, he became the first American to win the international Hans Christian Andersen Award. Walt Disney Studios dramatized Hurry Home, Candy in 1962, and Far Out the Long Canal in 1969. He ultimately published 27 books, with 25 of them being translated into 22 languages. Meindert De Jong died in 1991.

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