Mel Schuit makes connections between Bethan Woollvin’s LITTLE RED and Molly Bang’s theories in PICTURE THIS: HOW PICTURES WORK
You remember Peter. You probably grew up with him, whether you are eight or eight times eight. That’s because Peter is a hero, collaged from words and hope and universal experiences. Painted and presented by a man who knew the same.
This, then, is a look at Peter’s roots, how he came onto the page, and who the man was that really truly saw him.
Take a closer look at the first in Drew Weing’s THE CREEPY CASE FILES OF MARGO MALOO series!
Author-illustrator Philip C Stead keeps readers feeling safe as they journey through his picture book SAMSON IN THE SNOW
Explore how individuals use various methods to overcome anxiety and loss with Raina Telgemeier’s GHOSTS.
Mel Schuit takes us inside the book to get a closer look at the artwork in Evan Turk’s THE STORYTELLER.
Mel Schuit explores friendship, fun, and waffles in NARWHAL: UNICORN OF THE SEA, the first book in Ben Clanton’s Narwhal and Jelly Book series
Mel Schuit explores how author-illustrator Abby Hanlon weaves together text and illustration throughout the DORY FANTASMAGORY series and fosters a love of stories in readers of all ages.
Mel Schuit digs into Ingrid Chabbert and Guridi’s new picture book, How I Became A Bird, and reflects on the impact of nostalgia and first love.
Carter Higgins lead us on an exploration of the art and story of Maybe Something Beautiful.
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