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Analysis on “The Special Sheep”

For this blog assignment, I would like to analyze two pictures from the picture book called “The Special Sheep,” written and illustrated by the Germany writer Daniela Drescher. The story tells about a very special sheep named Alberta who never … Continue reading

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Goodnight Moon. + Everything Else

I remember when I was young, when my brother was young, when my sister was young and now Baby Baden, my mom always drags this book out, Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown, so I have seen it at several points … Continue reading

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Illustrating Perspective with Detail, “The Story of Ferdinand”

When I reminisce about my childhood, one of my fondest memories are that of my parents telling my sisters and I bedtime stories.  It was a nightly tradition to all gather in my bed and read through one of the story … Continue reading

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Pulling Strings Together: How To Make a Picture Book

What struck me most when examining the pages of “Tyron The Double Dirty Rotten Cheater” by Hans Wilhelm were the contrasts presented on every page with regard to content, layout, and characterization. For example, one page would be covered by a … Continue reading

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Friday, September 2

In class today, we started with a brief warm-up that asked you to consider the similarities and differences between two key terms: teenager and adolescent. Next, we went through two upcoming assignments, the Formal Definition Assignment and Blog Post 1. … Continue reading

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