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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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Mousetronaut: A Small Rodent’s Success Story

Mousetronaut is the story of a little mouse that dreams of going to space…  

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Corduroy Design Choices

Corduroy, a children’s picture book written by Don Freeman, uses a lot of captivating design choices that achieve an effortless look, but were well thought out to enhance his illustrations. In this two page spread of his book, Freeman writes … Continue reading

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Friday, September 30 – ONLINE

For class today, you will watch a brief lecture on Format and Design that will help you think about what your Editorial Response artifact should look like. Then, you will respond to the discussion posts from last class on A.O. … Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 28 – ONLINE

For today’s class, you will : Watch the two videos on Logical Fallacies, which will help you to structure your fact check of your editorials Complete a reflection based on your experience of writing the Formal Definition essay (see instructions … Continue reading

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