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David Small visits 7-Imp today to share early images from the new book by Doreen Cronin he illustrated. Pictured here is an early sketch (trying to get the main character just right) and one final piece of art. More here: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=3986. 
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Looking over at Kirkus at some picture book reprints from the likes of Duvoisin and Krauss/Johnson -- best of all, several from Jeanne and William Steig: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/saying-hello-old-friends/.
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Art at 7-Imp today from Charlotte Voake (and a bit of art from David McPhail): http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=3984.
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On "“informational literacy and historical thinking” at Kirkus Reviews ... 
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It's not the first Sunday of the month, when I usually feature illustration students or recent grads at my site, but I'm jiggering my schedule a bit here. I've got the work of recent grad Will Quinn at 7-Imp today. If you look at this piece and think Sendak is a huge influence on Will, you'd be right. ("I’m absolutely crazy about Maurice Sendak. In particular, I consider Outside Over There and Dear Mili to be two of the best children’s books ever written — and the best examples of what the art form can be when taken seriously.") More here: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=3980.
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Author-illustrator Steve Light visits 7-Imp to talk about the creation of SWAP!, his newest picture book, and to share lots of early sketches. Pictured here is a piece of final art, as well as "an example of the work put into which color will be used and how it would work with that blue of the sea. I really was obsessed with this blue color during the making of this book.” (And what a lovely blue it is.) -- http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=3976.
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The new Australian children’s laureate Leigh Hobbs takes us on a fascinating tour of the best in Australian illustration, from the heartbreaking Shaun Tan to explorations of Indigenous dreamtime and back to his very own and very yellow Mr Chicken’s crazed love affair with London
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A bit of art from British illustrator Chloe Bonfield at 7-Imp today: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=3983
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I talk over at Kirkus with author-illustrator Rachel Isadora about her new picture book---an excellent one to share with toddlers and preschoolers, in particular---and creating books for child readers, which she began doing in the mid-1970s: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/features/five-senses-rachel-isadora/.
Children's book blogger Julie Danielson interviews author-illustrator Rachel Isadora about her latest picture book, 'I Hear a Pickle'.
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I'm Chicago-bound later this week to talk about blogging. Since 7-Imp is 10 years old this year, I could talk all day but instead have one hour to fill. If you're in Chicago and signed up for this, come say hi.
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I've got art at 7-Imp today from Emily Arnold McCully, Charlotte Pardi, Christian Robinson, and Charles Santoso. Pictured here is a character study from Christian for the new edition of Margaret Wise Brown's THE DEAD BIRD: http://blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=3978.
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This topic always makes me think of Jack Gantos, whose site says, "[As a child], he was in the Bluebird reading group, which he later found out was for the slow readers. To this day he’d rather be called a Bluebird than a slow reader." And the best sentence in this whole piece is "The key to knowing what books will fit with your students or children is to read, read, read."
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  • Maryville College
    Sign Language Interpreting, 1990 - 1994
  • University of Tennessee
    Information Sciences/Children's lit & librarianship, 2000 - 2002
  • Page High School
    1986 - 1990
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