Want to know what happens after you submit your picture book to a publisher? Last week I attended The A to Z of Picture Books, presented by author Kat Yeh and Rotem Moscovich, Editor at Disney-Hyperion. The presentation was true … Read More
In my seventh grade art class, I’ve used this beautiful picture book, Looking Like Me, by Walter Dean Myers. It is a colorful picture book telling the story of a young boy, and who he thinks he is, as seen … Read More
There is an amazing little book called Art and Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland. I picked it up because of the title- I was intrigued. It confirmed what I have believed for years. Here are a few of … Read More
If you want to understand creativity, inspire it in your classroom and increase your own, I highly recommend Ken Robinson’s “Out of Our Minds, Learning to Be Creative”. It explains, in a clear way why it is essential to be … Read More
One of the lessons I have worked on with my middle school students is Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday that celebrates the life of someone who has passed on. Some people think it is their version of Halloween, … Read More
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