|Author||: Molly Bang|
|Publisher||: Chronicle Books|
|Release Date||: 2000-07|
|ISBN 10||: 9781587170300|
|Pages||: 96 pages|
|Rating||: 4.5/5 from 7 reviews|
The illustrator of a retelling of "Little Red Riding Hood" provides a step-by-step account of her work to reveal the principles of illustration and the role of shape and color in expressing ideas and emotions.
by Molly Bang
The illustrator of a retelling of "Little Red Riding Hood" provides a step-by-step account of her work to reveal the principles of illustration and the role of shape and color in expressing ideas and emotions.GET BOOK!
by Jacqueline Sheehan
Jacqueline Sheehan made serious waves with her much beloved runaway bestseller, Lost and Found (“The best book I’ve read in a long time” —Susan Elizabeth Phillips). Now she treats readers to a sequel, Picture This—a story of rebirth and personal redemption that is as moving, funny, and heart-soaring as its predecessor. Whip-smart contemporary women’s fiction with heart and soul, in Picture This, Rocky Pelligrino is back on Peaks Island off the coast of Maine, along with CooperGET BOOK!
by Norah McClintock
Ethan lives in a foster home, struggling to put his life on the right track. Involved in a photography program for at-risk kids, he finds himself threatened again and again by someone who wants his camera. What does Ethan know? And what is on his camera that someone is willing to kill for? Struggling to stay out of trouble and solve the mystery, he discovers he has all the answers. He just has to figure out the questions. Also availableGET BOOK!
by Joseph Heller
Conjured back to life by Rembrandt's famous "Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer," Aristotle surveys history and profiles historical personalities, ultimately concluding that not much has changed in 2,500 yearsGET BOOK!
by Philip Hayward
""An exciting and informative anthology which will serve as an inspiration to both researchers and teachers."" -- European Journal of Communication With the proliferation of films, television programs, and videos about the arts, this book tackles how these media outlets have approached their subject. It invites debate about the relations between art forms, popular cultural practices (including watching TV), and audiences, as more people receive their understanding of culture and the arts through television than through visits to opera houses,GET BOOK!
by Pearl James
Essays by Jay Winter, Jeffrey T. Schnapp, Jennifer D. Keene, and others reveal the centrality of visual media, particularly the poster, within the specific national contexts of Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and the United States during World War I.℗¡Ultimately, posters were not merely representations of popular understanding of the war, but instruments influencing the.GET BOOK!
by Nicola Belsham
Bookwise is a carefully graded reading scheme organized into five cross-curricular strands, encouraging links to other subjects. Comprising 16 fiction and ten non-fiction titles, the 25 books at each level span a two-year reading age and the three-tier levelling system within each level facilitates an accurate match of reading ability and text. The full-colour readers are accompanied by teacher's guides and resource sheets to help teachers get the most out of their guided reading and writing sessions.GET BOOK!
by Marcia Stein
What photo ops do you want to commemorate in fabric? Your vacation, your family, the natural beauty around you? Learn inspirational techniques for composing a great shot, creating a master pattern from your photo, selecting the right fabrics, and designing a quilt that keeps your memory alive.GET BOOK!
by Jayne Denker
It's where everyone knows your business—and remembers everything you'd rather forget. But somehow the little Catskills town of Marsden draws the most unlikely people back home, turns their lives every which way, and helps them finally figure out what—and who—they want most. . . As a celebrity photographer's assistant, Celia Marshall is used to seeing all kinds of weird antics. But subbing as the model in irrepressible movie star Niall Crenshaw's latest endorsement ad—while wearing his silk boxers,GET BOOK!
by R Knox Turner
Beautiful pictures in this fast-paced world from someone who takes the time to smell the fl owers and share his talent with everyone, including the people who may never get to see such beauty, and has such a knack to capture the beauty this earth has to offer.GET BOOK!
by Ivan Butcher II
Picture This... is not the kind of book that the reader will sit and read cover to cover. The book is arranged by subject matter which will cause the reader to have to take time to reflect on the message in each one of the articles. Now those responsible and guilty for all of the negative conditions and hardships caused by their self- serving, fraudulent, mismanaging, thieving, and wasteful deeds, are like Vampires with no Reflections.GET BOOK!
by Pascale Estellon
Whether designing their own line of sunglasses or creating the book jackets for an imaginary pirate adventure novel or romance novel, there's no limit to the creative challenges Picture This presents to young readers. They can create their own superheroes, help potatoes escape from becoming dinner, design hats straight on the heads of models, supervise the wedding of a carrot to an eggplant, or dress a scallion and an endive — the only thing missing are the answers only the imaginationGET BOOK!
Boys and girls ages 3-7 will love coloring their way through Pocoyo's world! Based on the popular Pocoyo TV series, this activity book features four chunky crayons and 48 pages to color.GET BOOK!
by Conceptis Puzzles
Complete the maze...get a picture. On the surface, these unique puzzles may look like other mazes you've done before. But at the end, there's a nice surprise when the lines that found the right pathway create an image, too.GET BOOK!
by Cheryl Ceol
For young and life experienced people alike. It’s time to use the God-given superpowers of childlike enthusiasm and playtime. In an age when we increasingly use short words and letters to text conversations, we can all use practice observing, imagining, writing, finding, and speaking. Relax and create. YOU DRAW IT: Read the ten short stories and create the image that comes to mind. YOU SAY IT: Follow the instructions to read the story out loud or speak about somethingGET BOOK!
To help students transfer reading skills into the content areas, teachers use picture books to promote basic understanding when reading text in any contextual area, knowledge of literary elements that help make any text more meaningful, comprehension of story elements, and critical thinking that helps students read between and beyond the lines.GET BOOK!