Molly Bang: All The Wonders, Episode 311

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Picture This: How Pictures Work

Molly Bang, author and illustrator of Picture This: How Pictures Work, celebrating it’s 25th anniversary with a revised and expanded version from Chronicle Books, stops by the podcast to talk about the darkest and brightest and warmest and softest of our feelings.


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Episode Notes

Molly Bang‘s home page
The Sunlight Series
The Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease
Save the Cat by Blake Snyder

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About the Author

Matthew Winner

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Matthew Winner is an elementary library media specialist in Elkridge, Maryland. He is is the co-founder and content director of All The Wonders, a children’s literature website and more, and host of the Let’s Get Busy podcast, a weekly podcast where Matthew talks to authors, illustrators, award winners, up-and-comers, and everyone in between. In 2013 Matthew was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker and was invited to the White House as part of the Champions of Change program. For more information, connect with Matthew on Twitter at @MatthewWinner .

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  1. Hi Matthew! I’ve been using Molly Bang’s “Picture This” as part of an essential tool in conceptualizing a visual narrative in my UCSD children’s book illustration class. Also, it continually amazes me how much knowing Bang’s observations has deepened my appreciation viewing great works at museums. Guaranteed! Molly Bang has done us all a great service, in our mission to communicate to a global audience. Thank you for this superb interview. Love them all, actually! 🙂

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