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A Picture Book isn’t childish in content: an analysis of “I need my Monster” by Amanda Noll

Although picture books are typically structured towards younger children (preschoolers and whatnot), the concept behind the picture book, as well as specific intricacies and peculiarities regarding the design of every page, is extremely complicated. In the world of drama, they say … 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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