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!READ KINDLE ♂ Alguna Pregunta? ☥ Many children want to know where stories come from and how a book is made Marie Louise Gay s new picture book provides them with some delightfully inspiring answers in a fictional encounter between an author and some very curious children, who collaborate on writing and illustrating a story Marie Louise has scribbled, sketched, scrawled, doodled, penciled, collaged and painted the words and pictures of a story within a story that show how brilliant ideas creep up on you when you least expect it and how words sometimes float out of nowhere asking to be written An inviting story that shows students how authors generate ideas and flow with them, as well as give youngsters ideas to use in their own writings. I wish there were juststars here I would have given the most I think this is the best picturebook I ve ever read The book is interactive and amazing Lots of details and cute illustrations Am sure you ll definitely fall in love with the cat This can be a very good example for a metafiction in picturebooks and really suitable for young readers.Enjoy Okay, so I skimmed this because it seemed self indulgent and it was long and I wasn t in the mood for that I ll return to it if I ever need a picture book about the creative process. This book is an author illustrator incursion in a book All lower primary classrooms should have this book and do a unit of work around this book The book is very informative, inspiring and supportive in teaching ways to write your own story, while also being friendly, open and relatable This book is filled with so many provocations With so many examples provided within the text it may feel as though it will be too long for children but because each example is so easily understood, interestin This book is an author illustrator incursion in a book All lower primary classrooms should have this book and do a unit of work around this book The book is very informative, inspiring and supportive in teaching ways to write your own story, while also being friendly, open and relatable This book is filled with so many provocations With so many examples provided within the text it may feel as though it will be too long for children but because each example is so easily understood, interesting and relatable it is easy for kids to follow along and stick with it The book is also written in a way that allows you to skip a page or two that are additional examples of the concept the author is talking about and when re reading add them back in to spice the story up over additional readings Alternatively the book can be read over a few sessions that follow on with activities inspired by the book that help children develop their own ideas for stories i.e The first section of the book is outlines how using illustrations can inspire a story page 1 12 , The second outlines how some stories start from words or ideas page 13 18 , The third outlines how a story can begin by taking inspiration from other stories, this section also deals with ideas that go nowhere page 19 24 The forth and final section outlines how sometimes after all that the athor will get an inspiration for an idea that brings everything together and a first draft of a story with a storyline can finally begin page 25 49 The final section is longer as it outlines a story The Shy Young Giant , within the larger narrative, that is developed by the author, and is then taken over by 3 children giving examples of how the story could progress by including a new beast character The author then questions do you want to see what happens when the giant and beast meet By taking up the story in this way the author shows how character interaction and dialog, and narration, pull a story together This book would be a great starter for teachers to use to inspire ideas for writing. Many children want to know where stories come from and how a book is made Marie Louise Gay s new picture book provides them with some delightfully inspiring answers though a fictional encounter between an author and some very curious children together they collaborate on writing and illustrating a story Marie Louise Gay has scribbled, sketched, scrawled, doodled, penciled, collaged, and painted the words and pictures of a story within a story that show how brilliant ideas creep up on you wh Many children want to know where stories come from and how a book is made Marie Louise Gay s new picture book provides them with some delightfully inspiring answers though a fictional encounter between an author and some very curious children together they collaborate on writing and illustrating a story Marie Louise Gay has scribbled, sketched, scrawled, doodled, penciled, collaged, and painted the words and pictures of a story within a story that show how brilliant ideas creep up on you when you least expect it and how words sometimes float out of nowhere, asking to be written Any Questions presents a world inhabited by lost polar bears, soaring pterodactyls, talking trees, and spotted snails, with cameo appearances by some of the author s favorite characters a world where kids become part of the story and let their imaginations run wild, becoming inspired to create tales of their own At the end of the book, she provides answers to many of the questions children have asked her over the years, such as Are you Stella , How did you learn to draw , Can your cat fly , and How many books do you make in one day Subject Imagination Juvenile fictionQuestions and answers Juvenile fiction.Storytelling Juvenile fiction I really liked this book The illustrations were great and the writing was wonderfully imagination provoking The book started out with questions that the author has received from kids she provides answers to all of them in the back of the book and the proceeded to tackle the questions dealing with her writing illustrating process She provides insight into her creative process, while giving the reader the opportunity to participate in the creative process She talks about how she doesn t al I really liked this book The illustrations were great and the writing was wonderfully imagination provoking The book started out with questions that the author has received from kids she provides answers to all of them in the back of the book and the proceeded to tackle the questions dealing with her writing illustrating process She provides insight into her creative process, while giving the reader the opportunity to participate in the creative process She talks about how she doesn t always have an idea at the beginning and sometimes gets stuck and lets kids know that this is okay.I absolutely loved the page on which she depicts children playing in a big pile of words How cool is that It makes me want to find a bunch of words and jump into the pile picking out my favorites As the book builds to its conclusion, she has created a short story complete with a shy giant and a monster all while allowing kids to feel as if had a part in its creation The end is, in fact, the beginning, as she encourages kids to continue this story or one of their own making on their own Inspired by the many questions about literally everything under the sun that this author has been asked by children when she visits schools to talk about her books, this book takes those children s questions and walks them through the process of brainstorming and developing a book.The voice is informative as well as encouraging and would be a great tie in for a creative writing assignment in schools or a writing program in libraries Watercolor, ink, pencil, pastel, colored pencil, and collage i Inspired by the many questions about literally everything under the sun that this author has been asked by children when she visits schools to talk about her books, this book takes those children s questions and walks them through the process of brainstorming and developing a book.The voice is informative as well as encouraging and would be a great tie in for a creative writing assignment in schools or a writing program in libraries Watercolor, ink, pencil, pastel, colored pencil, and collage illustrations really give the book the feel of a work in progress which perfectly complements the tone and aim of the story Recommended for use with grades 2 4 Children and adults alike are often curious about where the inspiration for stories and their illustrations come from This book provides some of the answers in a clever fashion The author responds to the questions the fictional children in the book have, and then shares with them the beginnings of a story which they then have the chance to embellish With its handsome illustrations, created with watercolor, pencil, pastels, ink, colored pencil, and collage, the text pays tribute to the creativ Children and adults alike are often curious about where the inspiration for stories and their illustrations come from This book provides some of the answers in a clever fashion The author responds to the questions the fictional children in the book have, and then shares with them the beginnings of a story which they then have the chance to embellish With its handsome illustrations, created with watercolor, pencil, pastels, ink, colored pencil, and collage, the text pays tribute to the creative process of a very talented storyteller This picture book would be excellent to share with students when they are searching for story ideas during writers workshop since the author makes it clear that ideas come from all over the place, and sometimes what seems to be a great idea goes nowhere The back matter includes the typical questions she hears during school visits as well as her responses Readers won t have too manyquestions about writing after reading this book, and maybe, they ll want to write their own books