Titel: Storybook Art: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of 100 Great Picture Book Illustrators
Autor/en: Maryann F. Kohl, Jean Potter
Empfohlen von 4 bis 12 Jahren.
Illustriert von Rebecca van Slyke
BRIGHT RING PUB
1. September 2003 - kartoniert - 144 Seiten
Children can enjoy their favorite storybook illustrators in a new way by imitating their art with the 100 engaging and simple art projects included in this celebration of children's book illustrators. Featured are famous and award-winning storybook illustrators from the 1930s to present-- Good Night Moon 's Clement Hurd, Corduroy 's Don Freeman, Olivia 's Ian Falconer, and more--along with biographical information, open-ended art projects, and portraits created by grade school children. Illustration techniques covered include painting, drawing, cutting and collage, and construction and crafts. Art projects include imitating Jackson Pollock in the "Jackson Piglet Wall Painting" from Olivia and creating a "Photo Story" from children's photos similar to Sugaring Time . An extensive resource guide of illustrator websites, art materials, and supplies listed by project is provided, as well as complete book information for the featured illustrators' works.
Chart of Contents 4 Credits 5 Thanks 6-7 Introduction 8 Guidelines & Icons 9-11 Chart of Contents 12 Illustrator Birthdays 13 CHAPTER
1: PAINT 14 Molly Bang When Sophie Gets Angry Color Outline 15 Robert Bender The A to Z Beastly Jamboree Acetate Layers 16 Eric Carle/Bill Martin, Jr. Brown Bear, Brown Bear Multi Paint Picture 17 Donald Crews Carousel Motion Effect 18 Ian Falconer Olivia Jackson Piglet Wall Painting 19 Don Freeman Corduroy Corduroy Bear Print 20 Wanda Gag Millions of Cats Cat & Mouse Prints 21 Stephen Gammell Is that You,Winter? Winter Mist 22 Barbara Garrison/Marc Harshman Only One Collagraph 23 Pat Hutchins The Doorbell Rang Decorating Cookies 24 Thea Kliros Shannon/Brenda Yee Sand Castle Pencil Watercolor 25 Anita Lobel Alison's Zinnia Alpha Baggie Book 26 Bernard Lodge There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Glove Mitten Peek 27 Robert McCloskey Blueberries for Sal Blue Fingerdots 28 David McKee Elmer Patchwork Parade 29 Pierr Morgan/Carole Lexa Schaefer The Squiggle Brown Bag Painting 30 Diana Pomeroy One Potato Shaded Potato Print 31 Remi Saillard/Fanny Joly Mr. Fine, Porcupine Wipe Away Fingerpaints 32 John Schoenherr/Jane Yolen Owl Moon Stencil Trees 33 Charles G. Shaw It looked Like Spilt Milk Shaving Cream Puffs 34 Chris Van Allsburg The Polar Express Lights & Snow Paint 35 Neil Waldman/Sarah Waldman, retold by Light Window Letters 36 Ellen Stoll Walsh Mouse Paint Mixing Mouse Tracks 37 Lynd Ward The Biggest Bear Mono Color Painting 38 Taro Yashima Seashore Story Etch and Paint Plaster 39 CHAPTER
2: DRAW 40 Jim Arnosky/Dale Fife The Empty Lot Border Extension 41 Muriel Batherman\Jan Garten The Alphabet Tale See Through Scribbles 42 Patrick Benson/Martin Waddell Owl Babies Cross-Hatch & Stipple 43 Marvin Bileck/Julian Scheer Rain Makes Applesauce Fancy Words 44 Jan Brett Goldilocks and the Three Bears Behind the Scene 45 Virginia Lee Burton The Little House Four Square Seasons 46 Donald Crews Ten Black Dots Spot Dots 47 Bruce Degen/Joanna Cole The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar System Talking Bubbles 48 Ed Emberley\Barbara Emberley Drummer Hoff Bold Marking 49 Marie Hall Ets Gilberto and the Wind Accented Pencil 50 Paul Goble The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses Mirror Reflection 51 Crockett Johnson Harold and the Purple Crayon All in a Row, One Line Design 52 Beth Krommes/Phyllis Root Grandmother Winter Homemade Scratch and Etch 53 Leo Lionni Fish is Fish Crayon Rubbing Scene 54 Josephine Martin/Caroline Repchuk The Snow Tree Embossed Drawing 55 Clare Turlay Newberry Marshmallow Charcoal Sketch 56 Nancy Winslow Parker/John Langstaff Oh, A Hunting We Will Go Illustrated Music 57 Daniel Manus Pinkwater The Big Orange Splot Fantasy Architecture 58 Patricia Polacco The Keeping Quilt Key Element Color 59 Maurice Sendak Where the Wild Things Are Shaded Watercolor Paint 60 Shel Silverstein Where the Sidewalk Ends Pen & Ink Humor 61 Marc Simont/Janice M. Udry A Tree is Nice Tree Rubbing 62 Louis Slobodkin/James Thurber Many Moons Lightly Sketch 63 William Steig Sylvester & the Magic Pebble Classic Illustrating 64 Kurt Wiese/Marjorie Flack The Story About Ping Pattern Repeat 65 CHAPTER
3: CUT-COLLAGE 66 Barbara Cooney Miss Rumphius Realistic Lupine 67 David Diaz/Eve Bunting Smoky Night Mixed Collage Story 68 Dorothy Donohue Veggie Soup Thick Paper 69 Lois Ehlert Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On Count On Cut-Outs 70 Lois Ehlert/Bill Martin, Jr. & John Archambault Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Letter Colle 71 Steve Jenkins Looking Down View of My Planet 72 Marthe Jocelyn Hannah's Collections Collection Collage 3 Stephen T. Johnson Alphabet City Photo Finish 74 Ann Jonas The Quilt Memory Scrap Quilt 75 Ezra Jack Keats The Snowy Day Watercolor Snow Collage 76 Christopher Knight Sugaring Time Photo Story 77 Suse MacDonald Sea Shapes See Shapes 78 Sheila McGraw Love You Forever Loving Family Photo 79 Holly Meade Minfong Ho Hush! A Thai Lullaby Outline Focus 80 Yaroslava Mills/Alvin R.Tresselt The Mitten: An Old Ukrainian Folk Tale Peek-a-Boo Mitten 81 Patricia Mullins/Gail Jorgensen Crocodile Beat Tissue Expose 82 Marcus Pfister The Rainbow Fish Glittery Pieces 83 Mira Reisberg/Te Ata & Lynn Moroney Baby Rattlesnake Snakeskin Patterns 84 Faith Ringgold Tar Beach Tankas Paint 85 Susan L. Roth/Beatrice Orcutt Harrell How Thunder and Lightning Came to Be Fine Feather Collage 86 Synthia Saint James/Cheryl Chapman Snow on Snow on Snow Cut & Paste Scene 87 Jerome Wexler Everyday Mysteries Mystery Clips 88 Candace Whitman Mem Fox Zoo-Looking Fuzzy 89 David Wiesner Tuesday Surreal Illusion 90 Ed Young Seven Blind Mice Clone Collage 91 CHAPTER
4: CRAFT-CONSTRUCT 92 Clare Beaton How Big is a Pig? Stitching Time 93 Mark Buehner Harvey Potter's Balloon Farm Balloon Sculpture 94 David A. Carter Feely Bugs 3 D Feelie Bugs 95 Arthur Dorros Alligator Shoes One of a Kind Artsy Shoes 96 Roger Duvoisin White Snow, Bright Snow Crystal Snowflake 97 Arthur Geisert Pigs From A to Z ABC Sticks 98-99 Denise Fleming Barnyard Banter Handmade Paper 100 Mort Gerberg/Rita Golden Gelman More Spaghetti I Say Silly Spaghetti 101 Karen Katz Twelve Hats for Lena Calendar Hat 102 Clement Hurd/Margaret Wise Brown Good Night Moon Shoebox Bedroom 103 David Kirk Miss Spider's Tea Party Tea Set 104 Leo Lionni Inch by Inch Squeezy Inchworms 105 Wendell Minor/ Charlotte Zolotow The Seashore Book Sand Sculpture 106 Beni Montresor\Beatrice Schenk De Regniers May I Bring a Friend? Friendship Stick 107 Tomie dePaola Strega Nona Noodles 108 Barbara Reid\Joanne Oppenheim Have You Seen Birds? Pressed Clay 109 Robert Sabuda T'was the Night Before Christmas Pop-Up Scene 110 Allen Say Grandfather's Journey Rozan-Ji Garden 111 Dr.Seuss The Cat in the Hat The Kid in the Hat 112 Uri Shulevitz Snow Snowy Layers 113 Joan Steiner Look-Alikes Jr. Look Alike Sculpture 114 Tomi Ungerer Crictor Crazy-for-Crictor Socks 115 David Wisniewski Golem Paper Plate Sculpture 116 Don Wood/ Audrey Wood King Bidgood's in the Bathtub Bath-Time Paints 117 Dare Wright The Lonely Doll Portraiture 118-144 Chapter
5: Resource Guide 119 Bytes & Books Resource List 120 Illustrator Websites List 121 Publisher List (title, ISBN) 122 Quotes & Cites Source List 123-130 Book Awards List 130-131 Index by Illustrator (A-Z last name) 132 Index by Author (A-Z last name) 133 Index by Book Title 133 Index by Art Activity 143-138 Easy Index (general index of art materials, titles, illustrators, authors) 139 Index of Art Activity (pages 14-117) 140-141 Meet the Authors and Illustrators 142 Illustrator Hall of Fame
MaryAnn F. Kohl is the award-winning author of "Discovering Great Artists," "Mudworks," "First Art," and "Preschool Art," and 15+ titles about art for children. She lives in Bellingham, Washington. Jean Potter is the author of "Science in Seconds for Kids" and "Over 100 Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less," both by Wiley. Jean is the former Acting Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education for the United States. She lives in Charleston, West Virginia. Kohl and Potter have written several books together, including "ScienceArts", "Snacktivities", "Cooking Art", and "Global Art". Both Kohl and Potter are select experts writing articles for Barnes and Noble at the BN.com "Parents' Expert Circle" online. TITLES BY MARYANN F KOHL- * Discovering Great Artists: Hands-On Art for Kids in the Styles of the Great Masters * Great American Artists for Kids: Hands-On Art Experiences in the Styles of Great American Masters * Storybook Art: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of 100 Great Picture Book Illustrators (with Potter) * Scribble Art: Independent Creative Art Experiences for Children * Mudworks: Creative Clay, Dough & Modeling Experiences * Mudworks Bilingual: same as Mudworks, in both Spanish & English ebook only * ScienceArts: Discovering Science Through Art Experiences (with Potter) * Good Earth Art: Environmental Art for Kids * Preschool Art: It's the Process, Not the Product * First Art: Art for Toddlers and Two's * MathArts: Discovering Math Through Art Experiences * Cooking Art: Edible Art for Kids (with Potter) * Global Art: Activities, Projects, & Inventions from Around the Word (with Potter) * Making Make-Believe: Props, Costumes & Creative Play Ideas * Art with Anything: 52 Weeks of Fun with Everyday Stuff TITLES BY JEAN POTTER - * Science in Seconds for Kids: Over 100 Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less * Nature in a Nutshell for Kids: Over 100 Activities You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less * Science in Seconds with Toys: Over 100 Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less * Science in Seconds at the Beach: Exciting Experiments You Can Do in Ten Minutes or Less * ScienceArts: Discovering Science Through Art Experiences (with Kohl) * Global Art: Activities, Projects, & Inventions from Around the World (with Kohl) * Cooking Art: Easy Edible Art for Kids (with Kohl) * Storybook Art: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of 100 Great Picture Book Illustrators (with Kohl)
"I have great respect for the art of imitation--to learn to saw or hammer by watching a good carpenter--a highly perceptive process. Storybook Art honors the ability of creativity and perception within the child." --Marvin Bileck, illustrator of Rain Makes Applesauce , 1965 Caldecott Honor Book, ALA Notable Book, and New York Times 10 Best Illustrated Books " Storybook Art takes kids inside the mind and soul of picture book illustrators, offering them a bridge of hands-on art to connect to their favorite books. Every teacher of early readers--and every parent--should have a copy." --Karen Katz, author illustrator of Counting Kisses , NAPPA 2001 Gold Award, Bank Street Books Best Children's Books 2002 "Arithmetic lesson from Susan L. Roth: 100 great picture book illustrators X 100 great Storybook Art activities=100,000 inspirations." --Susan L. Roth, illustrator of My Love For You All Year Round "What an amazing book and great resource! I am sure Storybook Art will bring inspiration and fun to many young artists and older ones too! (Hmm, I think I will make a Crictor snake with all my orphan socks.)" --Barbara Garrison, illustrator of Only One " Storybook Art is a fantastic way to bridge the gap between literature and real-life hands-on fun!" --Robert Bender, author and illustrator of The A to Z Beastly Jamboree "As an author I know how important illustrations are, often speaking louder than words. Connecting children to illustrators through their first means of written communication--their artwork--is the best way to make story books more meaningful to them. What a great idea!!!" --Pam Schiller, author of A Chance for Esperanza and Sing a Song of Opposites "MaryAnn Kohl (with coauthor Jean Potter) continue to make life richer for children with their new book, Storybook Art . We are adding it to our library shelves and those of our grandchildren. We highly recommend it." --Robert and Marlene McCracken, "Literacy Through Teaching" consultants and authors " Storybook Art creates, for adults and children alike, a heightened awareness of the role illustrations play in literacy development. Kohl and Potter inspire children to explore their favorite books in new and creative ways." --Cecile Culp Mielenz, Ph.D., Early Childhood Literacy Specialist, Bureau of Education and Research