Our Picture Book Month 2012 celebration draws (no pun intended!) to a close today. Here’s a cheat sheet to our coverage in case you missed anything.
New web-only articles:
- Barbara Bader on “Absorbing Pictures and What They Say”
- 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Illustrator Award winner Peter Sís pays tribute to “Three Mentors”
- “Over and Over,” Crescent Dragonwagon’s poignant essay about her mother, editor and author Charlotte Zolotow
- editor/publisher Patricia Lee Gauch discusses “The Picture Book as an Act of Mischief”
Picture book–related content from our archives:
- author/illustrator Esther Averill asks “What Is a Picture Book?”
- Great Ladies Charlotte Zolotow and Barbara Cooney on writing and illustrating picture books
- Karla Kuskin offers a reviewer’s perspective with “To Get a Little More of the Picture: Reviewing Picture Books”
- eight illustrators talk shop in “Studio Views”
Can’t get enough picture book love? Scholar Leonard S. Marcus writes about first impressions in his November issue article “Face Out: Picture Book Covers.” And Lolly and Robin host a lively ongoing conversation about picture books at Calling Caldecott.
Access all of our Picture Book Month 2012 coverage by clicking the tag Picture Book Month.