We try to capture as many of your children’s experiences and events here at The Little School as possible so that you can not only ‘see’ some of their time here with us but also let us know if a particular photo captures your heart.
This year, we are so honored to be able to have acclaimed photographer and author Steven Schnur at KBLS, visiting and photographing the moments throughout the year as part of a photo-documentary of your children. He has previously done similar photo-documentaries for classrooms in the Scarsdale school district as well as other area preschools. The monthly photography is a collection of the moments he has captured of the students engaged in learning, play, their day, and life. We hope you love them as much as we do!
“Children’s writer, essayist, and editor Steven Schnur earned a BA at Sarah Lawrence College and an MA at City University of New York. His many books for children include Sidney Taylor Award–winner The Shadow Children (1994, illustrated by Herbert Tauss) and The Koufax Dilemma (1997, illustrated by Meryl Treatner), as well as the four seasonal alphabet acrostic poetry collections, all illustrated by Leslie Evans: Autumn (1997), Spring (1999), Summer (2001), and Winter (2002). Schnur also published the essay collections This Thing Called Love: Thoughts of an Out-Of-Step Romantic (1993) and Daddy’s Home! Reflections of a Family Man (1990). The literary editor of the magazine Reform Judaism, he teaches at Sarah Lawrence College and lives in Scarsdale, New York, with his family.” (Steven is a member of the faculty at the Writing Institute in the College’s Center for Continuing Education.)