Jan. 14, 1995: Spotlight on children’s’ author Robert Munsch

Jan. 14, 1995: Spotlight on children's' author Robert Munsch 1


#CTVNewsArchive: In this Jan. 14, 1995 report, American-Canadian children's book author Robert Munsch jokes with CTV's Sandie Rinaldo about how he used to tell stories to get kids to "shut up" in daycare centres.

Some of Munsch’s best-known books include: "Love you Forever," "The Paper Bag Princess" and "Smelly Socks."

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