With one day left in the month (and a blog spot to fill) I thought I’d highlight some of some of our previous posts about picture books you may have missed, and provide picture book recommendations.
Picture Book Blog Posts
Nancy I. Sanders recently challenged us to examine The First Page of Your Picture Book. Leave us a comment if you tried any of her great suggestions. We’d love to hear!
In preparation for our spring Master Class, Laura Sassi provided an overview of what she was going to teach in her post, Let’s Explore Picture Books.
Jean Hall and I got Pumped Up About Picture Books in anticipation of Laura’s class.
These were some takeaways from Laura Sassi’s class. If you attended, what have you put in practice?
Did you read Diva Delores and The Opera House Mouse by Laura Sassi? It would make a great Christmas gift for someone on your list!
Cindy Lynn Sawyer bravely shared her Frustrations to First Draft after the Master Class.
Have you ever thought about Learning to Think in Pictures? Karley Conklin did.
How To Find an Agent: Six Questions for Picture Book Writers by Laura Sassi.
Picture Book Recommendations
Our director, Jean Hall‘s picture book, God’s Blessings of Fall:
Nancy I. Sanders, one of our new bloggers, is a prolific author. Here are some of her picture books:
THE VERY OLDEST PEAR TREE
A PIRATE’S MOTHER GOOSE
D IS FOR DRINKING GOURD
BEDTIME WITH MOMMY
In case you hadn’t heard, nonfiction picture books are hot! If you are interested in reading some of the books I’ve reviewed on my blog, please click here. In the top left corner there is a search button. If you type in nonfiction picture books you’ll see the books that I have studied as I learn about writing a nonfiction picture book..
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Carol, what an exciting round-up of picture books! And thanks for including me in your list. Now I’ve got some Christmas shopping to do!