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Celebrating 60 Years of Charlotte
April 23, 2012
E.B. White's beloved children's book turns 60.
In March of 1952, E.B. White delivered his newest manuscript to his editor Ursula Nordstrom. It was a story about a spider, a pig, and a little girl named Fern—and it was the only copy. The book was published that fall and titled Charlotte's Web. Sixty years later, White's beloved children's book still captures the hearts of readers. Read more about White's inspiration and what prompted him to write his timeless children's classic at The New York Times.