Artists of the page: interviews with children's book illustrators
The creative process of those who make picture books come alive is explored in this collection of 30 interviews with childrens book illustrators. The interviewees (Allan and Janet Ahlberg, Molly Bang, Nicola Bayley, Gavin Bishop, Quentin Blake, Anthony Browne, Ashley Bryan, John Burningham, Babette Cole, Peter Collington, Roy Gerrard, M.B. Goffstein, Diane Goode, Shirley Hughes, Pat Hutchins, Ann Jonas, Errol Lloyd, Deborah Niland, Graham Oakley, Jan Ormerod, Helen Oxenbury, Ken Robbins, Tony Ross, Amy Schwartz, Peter Sis, Ralph Steadman, Ed Young, and Paul Zelinsky) discuss their craft, methods, and philosophies.
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