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Ideas - No Books
Transcript of Ideas - No Books
That’s hurting!” she yelled.
He pulled once again
and down Sally fell.
Sally was crying and
curled in a ball.
And, then a voice came
from way down the hall:
“Stop pulling her hair
and go to your room.
I want you to leave your
Pictures and Stories
Some Fun Examples
Things I Learned
There are no bad ideas
People want to help you
It’s OK to make mistakes/fail as long as you take something away from the experience
Out-of-the-Box Picture Books
Open This Little Book
Writing From Life Experiences
Warning! There are monkeys in this book. DO NOT OPEN!
OK. Now we’ve done it. The monkeys are out!
We need to catch them before they make a mess.
A Bunch of Stuff Happens
Some More Revisions
Even More Revisions
How a Book Becomes a Book
Input and feedback from
Now It’s a Book!
About the Author and Illustrator
About Matt Forsythe
Matt makes books, comics and illustrations. Also, he was also lead designer on Adventure Time at Cartoon Network for two seasons. When not drawing monkeys, he now works for Nickleodeon.
About Adam Lehrhaupt
Adam Lehrhaupt is the award-winning picture book author of
Warning: Do Not Open This Book!
as well as
Please: Open This Book!
I Will Not Eat You
Chicken in Space
(A six book series starting May 2016), and many more books. He has traveled to six continents, performed on Broadway, and lived on a communal farm. He firmly believes that opening a book is a good thing, even if there are monkeys in it. Adam currently lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, with his wife, sons, and two bizarre dogs.
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