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"Seeing is Forgetting the Name of The Thing One Sees"
University of California Press, Berkley, CA 1985
"If you Want to Write"
Graywolf Press, St. Paul, 1983,1987
"100 Ways to Have Fun With an Alligator"
Norman Laliberte and Richey Kehl
Art Education Inc., Blauvelt, NY. 1969
*Also, a number one book arts resource, and through which you can get
numerous book art for examples, books on making books and paper, also
supplies. It's a bi-monthly mag. for only $12.00 for a one year
"The Book Arts Classified"
Page Two, Inc.
Washington, D.C. 20013-7167
*Every time I've called they've been very friendly and incredibly helpful!
Let me know if this is more than what you wanted to know...'cause if you're
still interested I'll keep it coming!
Please let me know any area of interest related to papermaking, book arts,
and the media and the book. If you have any lesson plans that you are willing
to share please send them, but don't forget to include your name and school
for credit. Also, Let me know where you are in the world, and I may be able
to send you resource information closer to home.
p.s. The trunk can be adapted to all grade levels. It contains art funded by
various organizations including the NEA. I even have a small postcard book
made by the Gorilla Girls. I'm currently using the trunk to teach a high
school class about understanding the media based on the theories of Marshal
McLuhan. If you are interested in teaching a lesson surrounding the media and
its influence on perception, aestheics, and the art of the book....check out
Marshal McLuhan's "Understanding Media". It's especially appropriate for
He has another book which I've heard of that is Visual, and in line with
contemporary book Art. He has wonderful theories!