Now it is time for a little vintage Halloween. I have heard about this book over the years, but had never seen a copy of it until recently. Some love it dearly and remember it fondly, but also remember it as scaring the pants off them as a kid. It is about a witch after all. And it is a witch who delights in frightening people and especially children. This is a classic Don Freeman, which might be surprising to some as he is best known for dear sweet Corduroy. Here is a funny, vintage, spooky story showing a different side of Freeman, but still containing his great illustration style. This is Space Witch by Don Freeman, 1959.Continue reading “Book Review: Space Witch By Don Freeman”
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How To Create A Children’s Book Character Costume (Part 1)
Yesterday a dear friend contacted me and asked if I had any suggestions for a children’s book character costume. My mind started racing trying to think of fun and potentially easy characters that could be donned. Here are a few I’ve come up with that I think would be relatively simple to create and unique as well. (Don’t forget to check thrift stores for supplies!)Continue reading “How To Create A Children’s Book Character Costume (Part 1)”
Friday Links – September 21, 2012 & Storytime Tomorrow!
Been a crazy week this one. So here’s just a couple of links to send you into the weekend. But don’t miss storytime tomorrow at Union Ave Books all you Knoxvillians. We’ll be reading a giant Corduroy by Don Freeman!Continue reading “Friday Links – September 21, 2012 & Storytime Tomorrow!”