Tag Archives: Children’s Books

Summer Workshops Line-Up

Load ‘em up, coach, the summer workshops at The Center for Cartoon Studies are available and waiting for you to fill the field. Here is a loverly run-down of the workshops (including two new ones!) and some of the fantastic … Continue reading

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Visiting Artist Jamboree!

This Spring semester at The Center for Cartoon Studies is chock full of amazing cartoonists, spellbinding story-tellers and groundbreaking designers. In a town where you know everyone on the street, it is quite a blast to turn around one afternoon … Continue reading

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Graphic Novels to Buy with those Gift Cards

In the aftermath of the holidays, we’re all working off all those tasty treats and looking forward to 2012. Snowball fights and knitting circles, or barbeques and suntanning for those in warmer climates. More than likely, you or one of … Continue reading

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Nursery Rhyme Comics Time

This week, First Second released the Nursery Rhyme Comics book featuring 50 artists telling 50 tales of mirth, merriment and COMICS. Editor Chris Duffy put this magical book together and we are sure it is one for ages. Nursery Rhyme … Continue reading

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Comics in the Classroom: Creating Independent Readers

Note: Steve Bissette and I are teaching a course in contemporary comics history (Survey of the Drawn Story II, as it’s properly known).  Our students are required to submit an essay, in blog form, on an aspect of contemporary comics history. … Continue reading

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Big and Little

John Stadler recently visited CCS and walked us through one of his most popular books, Big and Little.  This book, and several others, are available in the Schulz Library’s Children’s Books section. I originally wrote about Big and Little on … Continue reading

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