Can all you pro-lifers stop attributing “Horton Hears a Who!” to your movement, please? The book was not written for the pro-life movement, in fact, Dr. Seuss himself was passionately pro-choice. The book is an allegory on U.S. occupation of Japan after World War II, and how vicious and…
In Newf by Marie Killilea, she uses simple pictures of a big black dog, and a small white kitten to tell a story of friendship.
But it looks like most artists use watercolor and pen to draw the pictures in the book.
The colors that they use are gentle, cool colors until something exciting happens and uses the primary colors, to grab the childrens lattention.
Even in French children books everything is simplified. And the colors stay the same.
I need to figure out a cute character that I can draw over and over again, that has an exciting, legit plot.. About something that relates to the real world.
Or something like that.
He uses the same colors throughout the book. (blue, purple, yellow, orange, pinks, and green).
Abstract and simple pictures of trees, balloons, landscapes, buildings, people ect.
His stories relate to real life events (how everybody just waits around).
A lot of repetition of how the animals, buildings, trees, ect.
The rhymes are simple, but tells the story very carefully. And makes it work.
It’s for college students going out to the real world.
//I still need to find something to write about.
So I decided to pick up a crappy book and read until they fixed the car. I thought it would be better to look at children’s books instead of a J.Bieber autobiography. And I realized that children’s books all have a moral, or lesson to teach. Like Dr.Seuss’s books tell kids to try new things before you knock them (green eggs and ham) or you don’t have to fit in with the crowd (the sneetches). So I have seen the light. I need to come up with an arguement and dumb it down, so little kids can understand it. now all I have to do is come up with a lesson or whatevs.