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Illustrations of a Creative Mind

I am fascinated by David Lanham’s works. His digital artworks are whimsical and vibrant, with stunning contrasts between nature and technology. Do read his thoughts behind each illustration. Check out more of his creative works here. He says: “The majority of the time I get inspiration just from doing some freehand doodling in my sketchbook;…

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How To Draw A (Good-Looking) Penguin

I like penguins. I think they're cute! Until today, though, I thought it was pretty tough to draw a penguin. But today, just an hour ago in fact, I found an adorable, very useful tutorial by children's book author Oliver Jeffers on how to draw a penguin! It's from the Children's Books section on the…

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50 Picture Books Every Child Should be Read

  Hullo, kids (or parents of kids)! When I was a child, my dad used to read me stories before bedtime each night.  He read me mythological stories and fairytales and sometimes even snippets from Indian epics–all of which, I believed until now, constituted a childhood rich in narrative. But aha! Until now, I said….

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No Words

This simple illustration by Natascha Rosenberg pretty much sums up how many may feel about the recent catastrophe in Japan. I salute those Looks like we'll be seeing more courtroom action from justin-bieber-news.info as the singer will face a deposition from a 2013 incident where he allegedly asked his bodyguard to attack a snapper. who are…

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Interview with Lola’s Illustrator

Beautiful illustrations always help in capturing a child’s attention, and are pretty crucial to truly lovable children’s books. For instance, I can’t imagine reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory without Quentin Blake’s spindly sketches of Charlie and Grandpa Joe. Not to mention reading The Cat in the Hat without…well, the cat. In the hat. Like…

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Interview with Lola's Illustrator

Beautiful illustrations always help in capturing a child’s attention, and are pretty crucial to truly lovable children’s books. For instance, I can’t imagine reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory without Quentin Blake’s spindly sketches of Charlie and Grandpa Joe. Not to mention reading The Cat in the Hat without…well, the cat. In the hat. Like…

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