Illustrated books are a curious mixture of images on paper and images in the reader’s mind. But which comes first―the pictures or the words? Three experienced illustrators join an award-winning author to talk about the process and how to make stories come alive on the page. How does an illustrator choose that special moment in a story to illustrate? How does an author match the images in his or her mind with the imagination of the illustrator? Young readers will be intrigued to go behind the scenes and think about how pictures and words work together on the journey to becoming a book. Suitable for grades 3 to 5. $17 / $8.50 for student groups (thebookpile)
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