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[BKARTS] Subject: resources for children

Dear Amy,
I have the following books that may help you:
1. How to Make Books with Children by Joy Evans and Jo Ellen Moore, 1985,
Vol. 1, for grades 1-6, publ. Evan-Moor Corp, 18 Lower Ragsdale Drive,
Monterey, CA
phone: 1-800 777-4362. This book gives ideas and step-by-step instructions on
how to put them together and gives ideas on story writing.
2. By the same authors as #1 - Making Big Books with Children, for Level K-2,
1989. The size of this book is 11 x 17 closed, and shapes can be cut out and
stories can be written on them.
3. How a Book is Made-written and illustrated by Aliki, Harper and Row
Publ.1986. This a children's story book that goes through all the steps of writing,
illustrating and commercial printing and binding of a book.
I have also done quite a number of book arts workshops for K-12 age groups,
from teaching pop-up books to simple pamphlet books, to papermaking.
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