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re: "The Story Nobody Knows"

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holmgren ("holmgren")
Tue, 3 Mar 98 19:43:37 -0600


Hi Mark,

> I
>couldn't find an interesting story in the library with a lot of secondary
>colored imagery. The library doesn't list them that way. I found lots of
>books about color, but I wanted to read them a story that wasn't ABOUT
>color....just prominently included imagery of secondary colors.

I'm not sure if what I'm doing is quite what you're looking for, but--I
have used picture books often as visual examples in teaching art concepts
to children (and even in illustrating watercolor techniques when I was
teaching adult watercolor classes). Because of this interest, I am
currently doing a project for my M.Ed in which I am creating a
bibliography of picture books that can be used to teach such art concepts
as line, shape and color. I'm more focused on the illustrations than the
stories, but if you're interested, let me know.

Mary H.