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EDU 280 Ch 3

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Transcript of EDU 280 Ch 3

Picture Books
*Pictures are essential in the telling of the story



*The pictures add information to the story
*original
*present topics that are relevant and enjoyable
for children
*avoid racial, ethnic, or sexual stereotyping in both text and illustrations
*display rich writing and include new vocabulary
*have appropriate illustrations for their age
*often have color
*Promote interactive discussion
THE BEST PICTURE BOOKS
* line - stroke marks that define the outline of the picture
* color -noted for shade and intensity
*shape - can provide mood to the illustration
*texture - tactile surface
-"how does it feel?"

*composition - how visual elements relate to one another and their placement on the page (combination of line, color, light, shape, texture, & space in an illustration)
VISUAL ELEMENTS
ARTISTIC STYLE
*simple design

*illustrations are bright

*durable

*easy to clean

*are safe (rounded corners on pages)
WHAT MAKES A PICTURE BOOK A PICTURE BOOK?
INTERACTIVE BOOKS

*stimulate participation (verbal and physical)

*often uses repetitive language

*encourages movement

*objects to manipulate
*Realistic - displays natural accurate figures
*Impressionistic- "..natural appearances of
objects by rendering fleeting visual impressions
with an emphasis on light
*Expressionistic -emotional experience
- draws attention to the central
message by avoiding an
emphasis on detail
*Abstract - uses geometric figures and surface
-minimal emphasis on mood and feeling

*Surrealistic -uses dreamlike figures with real ones
*Folk - usually displaying rural environment
-often referred to naive or untrained
*Cartoon art - simple backgrounds
- rounded forms
- action is exaggerated
BABY BOOKS
0-2 years
2-6
TOY BOOKS
* pop up books

*see through books

*movable books

*3D
WORDLESS BOOKS
*depends on illustrations to tell the story
*promotes language development
*develops book concept
*stories are found within
4-6
ALPHABET BOOKS +
COUNTING BOOKS
*letters and numbers are presented in a theme
CONCEPT BOOKS
*Explains a concept
*Explores an idea
*Includes naming books
-objects that children have to identify
PREDICTABLE BOOKS
*Patterns and highly structured

*word patterns are emphasized
Easy-to-read books
5-7
*independent reading
*big text
*short chapters
*short and familiar words
Picture books for older readers
10-up
*introduce subjects in an interesting way
*more complex
*used for analysis and discussion
*example of exceptional writing
Graphic Novels
*novel length with text in speech bubble or captions
FOCUS OF BOOKS
People with exceptionalities (physical, emotional, or learning disabilities)
"Outsider Perspective" - writing from POV outside the group being portrayed
Culturally Generic Books - feature multicultural characters but lack specific details about culture

Awards
Johann Amos Comenius - Responsible for publication of first picture book

ALA - Most Distinguished Picture Book for previous year - Caldecott Medal
CONCEPT BOOKS
THE ALPHABET
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