Citations with the tag: PICTURE books
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- Picture book potential.
Elleman, Barbara // Book Links; Mar1996, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p5
Focuses on picture books which can be used to stimulate a child's interest in reading, learning and an appreciation of art.
- Picture books worth thousands of words.
Elleman, Barbara // National Catholic Reporter; 12/15/95, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p20
Presents photographs of picture books with religious themes. Includes the book `Revelations: The Medieval World,' by James Harpur; `Amen: Prayers and Blessings From Around the World,' by Suzanne Slesin and Emily Gwathmey; `Eastern Christian World,' by Mahmoud Zibawi.
- Drawing the line: Defining children's picture books.
Reeder, Stephanie Owen // Orana; May97, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p91
Discusses the difficulty in defining what a children's picture book is. Distinct categories which picture books can be divided into; How picture books have been regarded historically; Approach taken by Children's Book Council in Australia when reviewing picture books.
- Picture books.
Marantz, Sylvia; Marantz, Kenneth // Library Talk; May/Jun97, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p32
Lists picture books. `My Teacher's Secret Life,' by Stephen Krensky; `Cloudland,' by John Burningham; `The Fabulous Flying Fandinis,' by Ingrid Slyder; `Bright and Early Thursday Evening: A Tangled Tale,' by Audrey Wood; `Cat and Mouse,' by Tomek Bogacki.
- Picture book reprints.
Devereaux, Elizabeth; Roback, Diane // Publishers Weekly; 2/19/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 8, p217
Presents several picture book reprints. Includes `Joshua Masai Mask,' by Dakari Hru; `Nine Ducks Nine,' by Sarah Hayes; `When Cats Dream,' by Dav Pilkey.
- 19th C. America reflected in picture books.
Chance, Rosemary // Emergency Librarian; May/Jun97, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p64
Presents a review of several picture books. Reflection of 19th-century America in picture books; Includes `The bobbin girl,' by Emily Arnold McCully; `Minty: A story of young Harriet Tubman,' by Alan Schroeder; `Secret signs: Along the underground railroad,' by Anita Riggio.
- It's OK to be board.
Chance, Rosemary // Publishers Weekly; Aug1995, Vol. 242 Issue 33, p86
Presents various children's picture books available as of August 14, 1995. Includes `Mouse Paint' and `Mouse Count,' by Ellen Stoll Walsh; `Do You Want to Be My Friend?' and `The Very Busy Spider,' by Eric Carle.
- Fast and Slow in Picture Books.
Chance, Rosemary // Ladybug; Feb2001, Vol. 11 Issue 6, following p34
Presents several picture books for children.
- Kick Ten Angry Toes.
Vreeman, Bonnie Pettifor // Ladybug; Feb2008, Vol. 18 Issue 6, following p34
The article presents instructions for making a picture book for children.
- Children's Picture Book Bestsellers.
Roback, Diane // Publishers Weekly; 9/17/2007, Vol. 254 Issue 37, p18
The article lists the top fifteen children's picture book resellers as of September 17, 2007 which includes "Knuffle Bunny Too," by Mo Willems, "Fancy Nancy," by Jane O'Connor and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser and "Diary of a Fly," by Doreen Cronin and illustrated by Harry Bliss.
- Visual Geography.
Roback, Diane // Booklist; 10/15/2002, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p434
Lists books about geography. 'Japan in Pictures,' by Alison Behnke; 'Kenya in Pictures,' by Catherine Broberg.
- Picturing Protestantism (Book Review).
Wood, Ralph C. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Nov2000, Issue 107, p45
Reviews the book 'Protestants and Pictures: Religion, Visual Culture, and the Age Of American Mass Production,' by David Morgan.
- Creating memories.
Pond, Marlene // Book Links; Mar1995, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p17
Lists picture books for intermediate grade students about family heritage. Includes `The Stories Julian Tells,' Ann Cameron and illustrated by Ann Strugnell; `I Remember Grandpa,' by Truman Capote and illustrated by Barry Moser; `Bigmama's,' by Donald Crews; `Home Place,' by Crescent...
- Moving pictures.
Pond, Marlene // Cosmopolitan; Jun91, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p242
Presents an excerpt from Ali MacGraw's book `Moving Pictures,' which details her roller-coaster years with the sad, tough, lonely Steve McQueen.
- Tempting array of choice books for holiday giving.
Rubin, Merle // Christian Science Monitor; 11/20/97, Vol. 89 Issue 249, pB1
Reviews interesting picture books available for the 1997 holiday season. `The History of the Illustrated Book,' by John Harthan; `Max Beerbohm Caricatures,' by N. John Hall; `Meetings With Remarkable Trees,' by Thomas Pakenham; `Oxford Atlas of Exploration,' from Oxford University Press;...
- Designing the Book: The Art of Printing.
Marantz, Kenneth // Design for Arts in Education; Jul/Aug83, Vol. 84 Issue 6, p44
The article introduces a series of reviews about picture books and their book designs.
- Inside culture.
Frascella, L. // Harper's Bazaar; Oct91, Issue 3358, p88
Reviews the book `Big Pictures,' by Matthew Rolston, featuring the Hollywood-based photographs of magazine photographer Matthew Rolston.
- A picture-book picnic.
Frascella, L. // Ladybug; Jul94, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p40
Lists picture books on picnic. Includes `Camping Out: A Book of Action Words,' by Betsy and Giulio Maestro; `Sun Sand Sea Sail,' by Nicki Weiss; `Picnic' by Emily Arnold McCully; `Do Not Disturb' by Nancy Tafuri; `Bailey Goes Camping' by Kevin Henkes; `Hester in the Wild' by Sandra Boynton; `Up...
- Animal friends in picture books.
Frascella, L. // Ladybug; Aug94, Vol. 4 Issue 12, following p34
Lists children's picture books dealing with animals. Includes `Farm Noises,' by Jane Miller; `Nature's Footprints in the Barnyard,' by Q.L. Pearce and W.J. Pearce, with pictures by Delana Bettoli; `Anybody Home?' by Aileen Fisher, illustrated by Susan Bonners.
- Going-to-school picture books.
Frascella, L. // Ladybug; Sep94, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p39
Previews several picture books for children. Includes `School Bus,' by Donald Crews; `Bright Eyes, Brown Skin,' by Cheryl Willis Hudson and Bernette G. Ford; `School,' by Emily Arnold McCully; `Will I Have a Friend?' by Miriam Cohen.
- Wet and wonderful: Picture books.
Frascella, L. // Ladybug; Jun96, Vol. 6 Issue 10, following p34
Lists several picture books for children in the United States. Includes `Beach Day,' by Helen Oxenbury; `Yellow Ball,' by Molly Bang; `Sun Sand Sea Sail,' by Nicki Weiss.
Frascella, L. // Ladybug; Feb97, Vol. 7 Issue 6, Ladybug for Parents p5
Recommends several picture books for children from ages two to eight years old.
- Hail, Columbia!
Keenan, Richard // Literature Film Quarterly; 1994, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p278
Reviews the book `Columbia Pictures: Portrait of a Studio,' edited by Bernard F. Dick.
- The dull thud of daily life.
Miner, V. // Mother Jones; Jul/Aug90, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p60
Reviews `Family Pictures,' by Sue Miller, her second novel, which centers on an affluent white family in Chicago in the mid-to-late twentieth century.
- Wintertime Cat.
Zistel, Era // Spider; Feb2007, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p20
The article presents a reprint of the picture story "Wintertime Cat," by Era Zistel which appeared in the 1988 issue.
- Book reviews.
Kestner, Joseph A. // Victorian Studies; Autumn96, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p150
Reviews the book `Problem Pictures: Women and Men in Victorian Painting,' by Pamela Gerrish Nunn.
- The loving carelessness of family life.
Wall, J.M. // Christian Century; 6/13/90, Vol. 107 Issue 19, p587
Reviews the book `Family Pictures,' a novel by Sue Miller.
- Books! Books! & More Books!
Wall, J.M. // Early Childhood Today; Mar2001, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p32
Offers tips when selecting age-appropriate books for children. Easy-to-hold and easy-to-clean vinyl books; Non-toxic board books; Picture books; Suggested simple story lines; Important values conveyed by the stories.
- Hidden pictures.
Wall, J.M. // Highlights for Children; Dec95, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p14
Presents a comic strip version of the book entitled `Hidden Pictures'. Silly stumpers; Three guesses. INSETS: Silly stumpers.;Three guesses..
- Books worth talking about.
Hurst, Carol Otis // Teaching Pre K-8; May96, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p90
Features a selection of picture books for children which encourages response and discussion. Includes `Little Blue and Little Yellow,' by Leo Lionni; `Pink and Say,' by Patricia Polacco; `Mama, Do You Love Me?,' by Barbara Joose; `The Table Where Rich People Sit,' by Byrd Baylor.
- The place of picture books in middle-level classroom.
Miller, Terry // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy; Feb98, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p376
Focuses on the use of picture books in facilitating learning experiences for early adolescents in the classroom setting. Definition of a picture book; Reasons for using picture books in middle-level grades; Utilization of picture books in all subject areas; Contributions of picture books to...
- Celebrating accomplishment with a corporate picture book.
Douglis, Philip N. // Communication World; Sep94, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p40
Reports on the `24-40' corporate picture book commemorating NOVA Corp.'s 40th anniversary. Need for corporate picture books to be coherent; Background to three of the photographs from the book.
- Birthday Celebrations in Picture Books by Latino Writers.
York, Sherry // Library Media Connection; Mar2003, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p42
Presents information on the picture books related to birthday celebrations. Details on the picture books.
- A Parade of Picture Books.
Neumeyer, Peter // Mothering; Sep/Oct2003, Issue 120, p72
Presents information on picture books that are really good for five-year-old children.
- Strategies for poor readers.
French, Michael P.; Danielson, Kathy Everts; Conn, Maureen; Gale, Willa; Lueck, Charlene; Manley, Mona // Reading Teacher; Mar90, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p524
Provides teaching ideas that could be adapted to readers at various grade levels. Role of middle school remedial readers as cross-grade tutors; Use of wordless picture books with disabled readers; Benefits of fold-a-book.
- Personal literacy statement.
Moore, Elaine // Reading Teacher; Dec90, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p293
Presents the author's recollections of when and how she wrote her first book. Description of a picture book that the author was reading when she was four years old; Reaction of the author's father when she showed him the first book she had written; Author's eventual publication of a picture...
- Enfranchising the Child: Picture books, Primacy, and Discourse.
Harper, Graeme // Style; Fall2001, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p393
Discusses the importance of picture books to get the attention of children. Attributions to the popularity of picture books; Characteristics of picture books; Famous picture books and their theme.
- A Critical Look at Picture Books.
Hurst, Carol Otis // Teaching Pre K-8; Sep99, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p114
Presents some techniques to help students recognize the importance of picture books or illustrations.
- Purses, Pebbles and Pails.
Hurst, Carol Otis // Teaching Pre K-8; Jan2002, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p76
Focuses on the materials that can be used when creating picture book objects.
- PICTURE BOOKS & OLDER READERS: A Match Made in Heaven.
Henry, Robin; Simpson, Carol // Teacher Librarian; Feb2001, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p23
Talks about the popularity of picture books among children and adults. Value of picture books; Why libraries need to have picture book supplies; Final thought on picture books.
- First persons singular.
Hogue, P. // Film Comment; Nov/Dec90, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p74
Reviews the book `Emotion Pictures: Reflections on the Cinema,' by Wim Wenders, a collection of 33 of his critical writings.
- IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK.
Beem, Edgar Allen // Photo District News; Feb2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p64
Focuses on the architectural photographs taken from the aftermath of war in Vietnam and Cambodia between 1993 and 2000 that were included in the book "Autrefois, Maison Priv�e," by Bill Burke.
- A Gypsy's Life.
Beem, Edgar Allen; LaSala, Anthony // Photo District News; Sep2005, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p100
Features photographer Iren Stehli and her picture book "Stehli's Libuna: A Gypsy's Life in Prague," which documented the life of gypsy Libuna Sivakova.
- Get the picture.
Morris, John G. // Nieman Reports; Summer98, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p32
Presents excerpts from the book `Get the Picture: A Personal History of Photojournalism.' Experience of the author as a photographer with `Life' magazine; Photographs from `The Ladies' Home Journal'; Reference to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Morris, John G. // Calliope; Mar/Apr94, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p46
Reviews the book `Israel...in Pictures,' by Stephen Feinstein.
- Animal friends.
Morris, John G. // Working Mother; Jun95, p58
Cites the illustrated books `Rabbit,' `Racoon,' `Duckling' and `Fish,' for toddlers.
- Illustration as art: Character.
Elleman, Barbara // Book Links; Sep95, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p34
Discusses picture books for children to show illustrators' supply of visual clues to the character. Includes `Martha Speaks,' by Susan Meddaugh; `The Goose Girl,' by Eric Kimmel, illustrated by Robert Sauber; `One Night: A Story from the Desert,' by Cristina Kessler, illustrated by Ian Schoenherr.
- Most popular picture book authors (and titles).
Reynolds, Bonnie, // Emergency Librarian; Sep/Oct92, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p34
Lists the most popular picture book authors and their works. Includes `Where's Waldo,' by Martin Hanford; `Pigs,' by Robert N. Munsch; `Zella, Zach and Zodiac,' by Bill Peet.
- Ten current Canadian connections in picture books.
Andrews, Janet, // Emergency Librarian; Sep/Oct92, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p46
Lists ten picture books with current Canadian connections. Includes `Amos' Sweater,' by Janet Lunn; `The Balloon Tree,' by Phoebe Tree; `Franklin in the Dark,' by Paulette Bougeois.
- Speaking Pictures: English Emblem Books and Renaissance Culture.
Moseley, C.W.R.D. // Modern Language Review; Oct95, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p976
Reviews the book `Speaking Pictures: English Emblem Books and Renaissance Culture,' by Michael Bath.