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Watercolor schedule

Was doing some research on how to execute the colors on my sketches…this guy has an awesome youtube channel with tons of great info. I doubt if this approach would work for me due to schedule :/ 54 more words

Children's Book

BOOK by John Agard

“My name is Book and I’ll tell you the story of my life.”

Book finally gets to be the main character in his or her own autobiography, and has the chance to chart his or her development through the years, from oral storytelling through to the digital age.The friendly chit-chat, with its cosy feel, reminded me of having a conversation with a beloved older family member as they reminisce about days gone by.

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Children's Literature

Teaching with Multi-Cultural Texts: Getting to the How

The knowledge that kids should have about the world—from understanding the perspective of kids in Iraq to understanding the Chinese experience—can be overwhelming. It’s obvious that we should be exposing kids to multicultural literature, but the “how” is less explicit. 382 more words

Keep it in the Family?

The spine from Jolly Good Times: or Child-life on a farm by P. Thorne. 1875, Roberts Brothers: Boston. 23h16924

Hey guys, today I want to show you a book I found recently in the stacks that has some pretty interesting paratextual elements. 471 more words


Children's Story By George R R Martin To Be Re-released


A 1980 children’s story by George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones author and wanton murderer of his own characters, will be re-released this October. 64 more words

Books To Read

Coloring concerns

I am really close to completing the inks for the book. As such, as part of the planning for the next step, I have been contemplating a change to my original plan as to how I am going to render the book. 202 more words

Children's Book

Abel's Island

Bibliography: Steig, W. (1976). Abel’s island. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Annotation:  Abel is a rich mouse how recently married his wife in which they are madly in love. 196 more words

William Steig