Attorney Conrad Rippy: 'That little pig is my heart and soul.'
- Breaking Frame: Bordering on Illusion. Whalen-Levitt, Peggy // School Library Journal;Mar86, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p100
Discusses innovative techniques in illustrating children's books. Illustrators who utilize the broken-frame technique in children's books; Pros and cons of breaking illustration frames; Children's books that exhibited broken illustration frames.
- Colour in books. Smurthwaite, Nick // Design Week;9/25/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 39, p17
Looks at the work of four people in Great Britain who are enjoying successful careers as children's book writers and illustrators. Taro Gomi; David Melling; Sara Fanelli; Dave McKean.
- Art/Reading/Language Arts: Children's Book Illustrator Project. Zacher-Bucko, Mary Beth; Riggi, Donn // School Library Media Activities Monthly;Jan2002, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p12
Offers curriculum ideas for a reading and language arts project about children's book illustrators geared to grade levels seven and eight. Library media skills objectives; Instructional roles; Details on the activity and procedures for completion.
- Celebrate Variety! McGee Butler, Virginia // Highlights;Feb2005, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p40
Features children's books illustrator Ezra Jack Keats.
- Vote for the 100 most important authors and illustrators in children's literature. McElmeel, Sharron; Buswell, Lin // Library Talk;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p9
Announces a survey of the 100 most important authors and illustrators of books for children. Includes survey forms with the list of authors and illustrators.
- More about authors. // Library Talk;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p12
Names books that contain biographies of writers and illustrators of children's literature. Includes Alice Cary's `Jean Craighead George' and `Katherine Paterson'; `Nature! Wild and Wonderful,' by Laurence Pringle; `One Man Show,' by Frank Asch.
- Readers' choices. McElmeel, Sharron; Buswell, Lin // Library Talk;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p12
Presents the findings of the spring 1997 survey conducted by the periodical `Library Talk' regarding teachers and students' preferred authors and illustrators of children's literature. Includes Theodor Seuss Geisel; Marc Brown; Beverly Cleary; Judy Blume.
- A Living Legacy. Patrick, Diane // Publishers Weekly;2/8/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 6, p120
Focuses on how first and second generation of writers and illustrators fostered a family tradition of producing books for young readers. Lessons learned by author/illustrator Thacher Hurd from her parents in writing and illustrating books.
- Illustration as art: Color. Elleman, Barbara // Book Links;May95, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p58
Presents a selection of illustrations from children's literature. Includes illustration of a snail by Brian Wildsmith from the book `Animal Homes'; Illustration of Hansel and Gretel by Lizbeth Zwerger; Illustration of Ezra Jack Keats in `Aladdin'; Illustration of Susan Jeffers in `Thumbelina'.