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What Do Authors and Illustrators Do? (Two Books in One)
Title : What Do Authors and Illustrators Do? (Two Books in One)
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ISBN : 9780547972602
Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 80

Children’s books tell stories with words and often with pictures, too. In What Do Authors Do? Christelow shows how an idea blossoms into a final book in colorful watercolors and comic book-style frames. In What Do Illustrators Do?, two artists create their own versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, from rough sketch to finished artwork. Budding youngwriters and artists, rejoiChildren’s books tell stories with words and often with pictures, too. In What Do Authors Do? Christelow shows how an idea blossoms into a final book in colorful watercolors and comic book-style frames. In What Do Illustrators Do?, two artists create their own versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, from rough sketch to finished artwork. Budding youngwriters and artists, rejoice! Both inspiring books are now bound as one and include creative writing and drawing exercises.


What Do Authors and Illustrators Do? (Two Books in One) Reviews

  • Sandra

    I am a Kindergarten teacher and plan to use this book as a mentor text for teaching my budding authors and illustrators just how much work goes into the writing process. I was really excited when I found this book, but after I read it, it seemed a lot LONG for my audience. There is so much text happening in the sub-story it is really distracting for me as reader. However, I think the gist of this is good for kids and I think I can work with it as I plan my lessons for the start of next school ye [...]

  • Alice

    This is an extremely long book, (well it is too books in one) But I learned a lot about being an author and an illustrator. I think this is for 4th-7th Graders. A lot of info that would be great for older kids, I enjoyed it!

  • Mlh346comcast.net

    J808.068 CHR Excellent! Book is split in half for each topic. Good for both students and teachers.

  • Cristen

    Not a bad summary, I even learned some book-printing lingo.

  • Johanna

    Great for the beginning of Writer's Workshop