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Creating Art in Children's Literature

ontheshelves-drama.jpgOne of the most satisfying parts of visiting the Children's Literature Research Collections is to be able to peek behind the scenes. To see how art is developed for a picture book or the process of revising a manuscript. One of our favorite creators of books for young adults is Raina Telgemeier. We are linking to Raina's blogpost as she shows us how she created the art for her award winning YA (Young Adult) graphic novel, Drama.

Lisa Von Drasek, Children's Literature Research Collections



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