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Analyzing Rainbow Fish

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A Deeper Look into Chrysanthemum

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My All-Time Favorite Picture Book

Green Eggs and Ham, a picture book by Dr. Seuss, is my all-time favorite. I remember going to the library almost every day as a kid to ask the librarian to read it to me. I even almost learn it, … Continue reading

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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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Analysis of Oh, the Places you’ll go

I remember the first day of school in kindergarten, the teacher gathered all of us up and read to us a couple of books. I specifically remember my favorite being the classic Dr. Seuss book, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! … Continue reading

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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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As I skimmed through picture books I found online, I was captivated by this one called ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ not only by its strange sounding title but also its beautifully rendered pictures. The cover captures audience with the clash … Continue reading

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Power of Sentence Fragments

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a picture book written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. When I first read this book years ago, I immediately went back and read it again because the story naturally … Continue reading

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Corduroy’s lost button

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