The Resource Children's picturebooks : the art of visual storytelling, Martin Salisbury with Morag Styles

Children's picturebooks : the art of visual storytelling, Martin Salisbury with Morag Styles

Label
Children's picturebooks : the art of visual storytelling
Title
Children's picturebooks
Title remainder
the art of visual storytelling
Statement of responsibility
Martin Salisbury with Morag Styles
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Children's picturebooks are the very first books we encounter and play a major role in introducing us to both art and language. But what does it take to create a successful picturebook for children? This revised edition carries invaluable insight into a highly productive, dynamic sector of the publishing world. Featuring interviews with leading illustrators and publishers from across the globe, it remains essential reading for students, aspiring picturebook-makers, writers and children's literature scholars." --
Assigning source
Back cover
Cataloging source
UKMGB
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Salisbury, Martin
Dewey number
808.0683
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • NC965
  • PN147.5
LC item number
  • .S225 2020
  • .S18 2020
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Styles, Morag
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Picture books for children
  • Picture books for children
  • Illustration of books
  • Children's literature
  • Illustrated children's books
  • Picture books for children
  • Illustration of books
  • Illustrated children's books
  • Children's literature
  • Picture books for children
Label
Children's picturebooks : the art of visual storytelling, Martin Salisbury with Morag Styles
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Previous edition: 2012
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Chapter 1: A brief history of the picturebook. The printing of books from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century -- Colour printing in the nineteenth century -- The birth of the modern picutrebook in the late nineteenth century -- From the golden age of illustration -- The 1930s -- Puffin Picture Books, autolithography and the European influence -- The postwar years -- The 1950s and visual thinking -- The colourful 1960s -- The 1970s onwards -- Picturebooks in the twenty-first century -- Chapter 2: The picturebook maker's art. Picturebooks as works of art -- Education and training -- The picturebook artist -- Learning to see -- Thinking through drawing -- Visual communication -- Professional case study: Giving the audience space (Jon Klassen) -- Professional case study: Sense of place (Sydney Smith - Town is by the Sea) -- Professional case study: The innocent eye (Beatrice Alemagna - On a Magical Do-Nothing Day) -- Student case study: Two wordless books ( Ya-Ling Huang - The Day After Yesterday and Ye-seul Cho - Loners) -- Chapter 3: The picturebook and the child. Preamble / Morag Styles -- The challenges offered by picturebooks -- Defining visual literacy -- Visual texts and educational development -- How children respond to picturebooks -- Responding to word-image interaction -- Analyzing colour for significance -- Reading body language -- Reading visual metaphors -- Rising to the challenges offered by picturebooks -- Looking and learning -- Chapter 4: Word and image, word as image. Theorizing picturebooks -- Word and image interplay -- Filling in the gaps -- Counterpoint and duet -- Wordless books and graphic novels -- Pictorial text -- Professional case study: Book arts meet commercial publishing through typographic landscapes (Sam Winston and Oliver Jeffers - A Child of Books) -- Professional case study: The return of pattern (Melissa Castrillón - Un Silenzio Perfetto) -- Chapter 5: Suitable for children? Violence -- Love and sex -- Death and sadness -- Man's inhumanity to man -- Professional case study: Migration (Francesca Sanna - The Journey) -- Student case study: political allegory (Emily Haworth-Booth - The King Who Banned the Dark) -- The 'retro' picturebook -- Chapter 6: Print and process: The shock of the old. The print room -- Relief printing -- Screen-printing -- Etching/intaglio -- Lithography -- Monotype and monoprint -- Digital printmaking -- Professional case study: Print pioneer (Blexbolex) -- Professional case study: The digital assemblage 'puzzle' (Anuska Allepuz) -- Student case study: Experimental narrative sequence in monotype (Yann Kebbi) -- Student case study: Air and light through monoprint (Beth Waters - A Child of St Kilda) -- Chapter 7: Non-fiction. Narrative approaches -- Strong women -- BIG books and Wimmelbücher -- Novelty and interaction -- Professional case study: New non-fiction publishing (Rachel Williams, Wide Eyed Editions) -- Professional case study: Natural history illustration (Narisa Togo - Magnificent Birds) -- Chapter 8: The children's publishing industry. The publishing process -- Approaching a publisher -- The literary agent -- Contracts and fees -- The editorial process -- The designer -- The Bologna Children's Book Fair -- Printing -- Distribution -- Sales and marketing -- Booksellers -- The reviewer -- Professional case study: The art publisher (Roger Thorpe, Thames and Hudson) -- Professional case study: Growing a publishing business (Claudia Bedrick, Enchanted Lion Books) -- Professional case study: The new 'studio publishers' (Pato Lógico, Planeta Tangerina and Magikon) -- From page to stage, screen and gallery -- Digital content -- The future
Control code
on1127101649
Dimensions
28 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
200 pages
Isbn
9781786275738
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
JUV PTC
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)
Label
Children's picturebooks : the art of visual storytelling, Martin Salisbury with Morag Styles
Publication
Copyright
Note
Previous edition: 2012
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Chapter 1: A brief history of the picturebook. The printing of books from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century -- Colour printing in the nineteenth century -- The birth of the modern picutrebook in the late nineteenth century -- From the golden age of illustration -- The 1930s -- Puffin Picture Books, autolithography and the European influence -- The postwar years -- The 1950s and visual thinking -- The colourful 1960s -- The 1970s onwards -- Picturebooks in the twenty-first century -- Chapter 2: The picturebook maker's art. Picturebooks as works of art -- Education and training -- The picturebook artist -- Learning to see -- Thinking through drawing -- Visual communication -- Professional case study: Giving the audience space (Jon Klassen) -- Professional case study: Sense of place (Sydney Smith - Town is by the Sea) -- Professional case study: The innocent eye (Beatrice Alemagna - On a Magical Do-Nothing Day) -- Student case study: Two wordless books ( Ya-Ling Huang - The Day After Yesterday and Ye-seul Cho - Loners) -- Chapter 3: The picturebook and the child. Preamble / Morag Styles -- The challenges offered by picturebooks -- Defining visual literacy -- Visual texts and educational development -- How children respond to picturebooks -- Responding to word-image interaction -- Analyzing colour for significance -- Reading body language -- Reading visual metaphors -- Rising to the challenges offered by picturebooks -- Looking and learning -- Chapter 4: Word and image, word as image. Theorizing picturebooks -- Word and image interplay -- Filling in the gaps -- Counterpoint and duet -- Wordless books and graphic novels -- Pictorial text -- Professional case study: Book arts meet commercial publishing through typographic landscapes (Sam Winston and Oliver Jeffers - A Child of Books) -- Professional case study: The return of pattern (Melissa Castrillón - Un Silenzio Perfetto) -- Chapter 5: Suitable for children? Violence -- Love and sex -- Death and sadness -- Man's inhumanity to man -- Professional case study: Migration (Francesca Sanna - The Journey) -- Student case study: political allegory (Emily Haworth-Booth - The King Who Banned the Dark) -- The 'retro' picturebook -- Chapter 6: Print and process: The shock of the old. The print room -- Relief printing -- Screen-printing -- Etching/intaglio -- Lithography -- Monotype and monoprint -- Digital printmaking -- Professional case study: Print pioneer (Blexbolex) -- Professional case study: The digital assemblage 'puzzle' (Anuska Allepuz) -- Student case study: Experimental narrative sequence in monotype (Yann Kebbi) -- Student case study: Air and light through monoprint (Beth Waters - A Child of St Kilda) -- Chapter 7: Non-fiction. Narrative approaches -- Strong women -- BIG books and Wimmelbücher -- Novelty and interaction -- Professional case study: New non-fiction publishing (Rachel Williams, Wide Eyed Editions) -- Professional case study: Natural history illustration (Narisa Togo - Magnificent Birds) -- Chapter 8: The children's publishing industry. The publishing process -- Approaching a publisher -- The literary agent -- Contracts and fees -- The editorial process -- The designer -- The Bologna Children's Book Fair -- Printing -- Distribution -- Sales and marketing -- Booksellers -- The reviewer -- Professional case study: The art publisher (Roger Thorpe, Thames and Hudson) -- Professional case study: Growing a publishing business (Claudia Bedrick, Enchanted Lion Books) -- Professional case study: The new 'studio publishers' (Pato Lógico, Planeta Tangerina and Magikon) -- From page to stage, screen and gallery -- Digital content -- The future
Control code
on1127101649
Dimensions
28 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
200 pages
Isbn
9781786275738
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
JUV PTC
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)

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