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I was sitting in my office, more or less minding my own business, when a office visitor, actually someone from an insurance company checking on our fire extinguishers and such,  mentioned that she liked my collection, especially the Little Golden Books. Once I pulled my jaw back into place, I tookthe opportunity to pick her brain about the Little Golden Books. Richard Scarry,  in case you don't know, became a well-known children's author and illustrator best kown for Busy Town.
I continued to look through my collection of Little Golden Books and I became intrigued by the elaborate artwork on the back covers. Golden Books was founded in 1942 and was led by the Bank Street Writer's Association which later evolved in the Bank Street School of Education.
This blog also has an article about the Big Little Books, a type of book introduced in the early 1930s. Filmstrips Classroom record player When I was in school, filmstrips were the height of multimedia coolness.
I have powerful and fond memories of the smell of the blue ink on the mimeographed copies that were used in my K12 schools. I grew up in a house with a big dictionary on a stand and a complete set of the 1962 World Book Encyclopedia. When I was in school (the 60s and 70s), there was a record player in a beige box in every single classroom.
Magic Lantern This past weekend, I was thrilled to run across a beautiful old Magic Lantern in a flee market. The world's smallest girl Charlotte Garside took a massive step this month after starting her first day at primary school.
Defying the doctors: Despite being warned she could die before the age of one, Charlotte has developed into a boisterous and inquisitive girl'She may be small but she has a massive personality and wants to do everything a normal five-year-old does. Emma carried the tiny baby around in the front pocket of her hoodie and put her in nappies the size of a credit card.Now measuring less than 70cm, she still wears clothes for newborns and is even dwarfed by the family's pet cat. But ask sisters Chloe, 15, Sabrina, 12, or Sophie, eight, and they will tell you she makes her presence felt. As well as a weakened immune system and cysts on her liver, Charlotte's mental and physical development has been delayed. Thursday's article about one parent's struggle to get ready for World Book Day prompted many people to recount their own experiences.
There was a mad panic last night as my daughter couldn't find her fairy costume (fair enough, she reads fairy books). As a member of staff at a school currently enjoying WBD I've had no end of trouble trying to think of a costume for myself. Rajacenna is an 18-year-old self-taught artist from the NetherlandsA who draws the most realistic portraits I have ever seen, using only pencils. She only took up drawing in 2009, and although she had never taken any art classes she produced some stunning pieces. When she first started drawing, Rajacenna would complete one of her pieces in about 20 minutes, but the more her skills improved the longer it took her to finish her increasingly detailed masterpieces. How about you put your talents into actual good use in the art-world and stop drawing bullshit pictures of celebrities.
I only know anything about photorealistic drawing from an animators perspective, but i know that you draw the shapes before the shading unless your tracing.
While these drawings are remarkable replications, this girl demonstrates absolutely no creativity. And there's an article about Encyclopedias and Dictionaries (especially the World Book Encyclopedia).
The five-year-old, who is just 68cm tall and weighs less than 9lbs, is no bigger than a newborn and smaller than her favourite teddy.


Charlotte was born with a form of Primordial Dwarfism so rare doctors don't even have a name for it. But Scott, 26, and Emma, feel the best way to see what Charlotte is capable of is by testing her in mainstream education.
Our four-year-old son wanted to go as a character from 101 Dalmatians, his favourite book at the moment, so we spent a couple of hours on Sunday putting black spots with a marker pen on an old t-shirt, making a set of ears, my wife sewn a dog collar and name tag onto the t-shirt, the application of some face paint and his sister's black-and-white-spotted pyjama bottoms this morning and the look was complete.
I don't have the spare money or childish interest to buy something new so have spent days thinking about books I'd read with nondescript characters. I'm a community ambassador for Book Aid International which benefits hugely from the money that children pay for the opportunity to dress up on World Book Day. Eventually he decided to go as Mr Twit from the Roald Dahl book because I said it meant he could be rude to his teachers. Born in 1993, she started modelling for various Dutch companies when she was only 4, and at 5 years old she made her first appearance on television. However, he draws things he creates, he doesn’t copy photos of images of celebrities that are burned into his brain because of tv addiction. Luckily I remembered I had an old Dr Evil costume that can double as Dr No by wearing gloves. I think it's very brave for a child who has become very conscious about his appearance and concerned about what others will say and think. Last year schools raised ?76,000, which paid for shipping 38,000 new and appropriate books, donated by UK publishers, to sub-Saharan Africa. Huband, OxfordshireOur son decided that he wanted to go dressed as Tom from the popular Beast Quest series. We had the funky tights and odd shoes, a boater hat with corresponding ribbon and we even did plaits with odd funky ribbons.
Thom, BedsWe did The Incredible Hulk when my son was six or seven - two or three pots of green and black body paint later, he really looked the part.
She starred in films, soap-operas and tv-series and at 12 she became the host of Kinderjournaal, the first Dutch web-tv for kids.
She became a professional artist at the age of 17 and has since then created incredibly realistic portraits of celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber. This is one of the reasons why the young talented artist is currently on a break from drawing.
But this girl seems to be trying to do work without straight out copying photographs–and some of it is absolutely beautiful. I drew Keira Knightley my senior year of high school from a photo (and I did it in full color), but I believe the true mark of an artist is being able to create something original in their own style and have it be as detailed and realistic as something drawn from a photo.
Here's a selection of some of their emails (and photographs).This is picking at an open wound as far as I'm concerned - just spent ?26 on a Fantastic Mr Fox outfit that didn't have a tail, so additional ?8 for tail for a one-day school event. Justin, NorthumberlandPupils at our daughter's school were given the option to either dress up as a book character or to come to school dressed in pyjamas and bring a favourite book. And whilst I've made an effort, most of the children have used it as an excuse to just come in non-uniform as "Joey Essex" or another of their latest heroes. So I applaud WBD and David Walliams for allowing my son to forget all the self-conscious fears of being 10 and to enjoy getting lost in books. What does it matter whether the characters that children choose are from comic books or from reading books? Straight into the bath when he came home, which is when we hit the problem - the green body paint dyed his skin (nearly a week to fade away) and the black stuff on his hair flecked off and attached itself more or less permanently to the bath.
I do see parents absolutely frantic for costumes because often it's not clear whether a class will be dressing up until quite close to the date.
Why are there only pictures of her holding the completed drawings but nothing else like WIPs, and even then the completed drawings only from a far away view?


The majority of the children - including our daughter - opted for the pyjamas, which made our morning routine quite enjoyable and the walk to school most interesting. The children love dressing-up, and the money helps to send good books to libraries where books are scarce and therefore very precious indeed. My biggest piece of advice is get something to make a Dahl character because Roald Dahl Day in September is on the rise and also requires dressing up for.
Never mind the WWII-style evacuee dress we've also just had to buy for the class assembly - I remember going to school wrapped in an old dust sheet to be a shepherd. This may also reinforce the idea of reading before bedtime as entertaining and relaxing, in addition to saving the family both resources and frustrations. Caroline, TowcesterBack in the day when primary schools were less politically correct, my little brother found a book about the Soviet Union on the bookshelf in our home. Graham, WesthoughtonMy daughter is in reception, so this is the first year we have experienced this. Rather unhelpfully, the school only told us six days before the event that the children were expected to dress up.
Keith, LiverpoolAfter last year's Hungry Caterpillar debacle, I wrote a book about my daughter going to school and sent her in her uniform with it. I personally teach my kids that it doesn't matter if they win the competition, and to just enjoy the day, but I felt that if I didn't put everything I had into the costumes I would be letting them down. At the school assembly, all the children who had dressed up got to stand at the front, one class at a time, and tell the school who they had dressed up as.
Also, if you take a look at her site, the drawings she did on her own WITHOUT looking at a photo.. Jim, FifeThe internet and films have much to answer for - no longer is it possible in our household to imagine what a character looks like, my nine-year-old daughter goes straight online and then refuses any suggestion that doesn't make her look exactly like what she finds. Emma, LondonI have four children and on WBD will be the mother of a ninja meerkat, a rescue princess, Alex Rider and Muncle Trogg (don't ask).
John, HertsI remember years ago, my younger son wanted to go as an Uruk-hai from Lord Of The Rings. To create these costumes while managing children through their learning logs, supplying recycled items with which to construct a robot and get everyone to school on wheels without injury for Bike to School Week is not a walk in the park.
Several vetoed suggestions later (Dorothy - no red shoes, Hermione - wrong hair, Susan from Narnia - no chainmail), she is going as Zorro (she's a fencer so has the sword) with an old black hat, black clothes and boots she already has and a mask and cape made from an old piece of black material.
He had indeed read the book, but the film had just come out and these creatures sparked his imagination.
I spent many hours constructing his costume out of pieces of leather, making papier mache armour and so on. Sam, BedsFor weeks now I have been arguing with myself that my son's insistence of going dressed as Buzz Lightyear is just "not right". Unfortunately, my uncle died that week and on the great day, I was obliged to get up early, dress my son, apply the "white hand" face make-up, then drive 70 miles to make it for a 9am funeral. I have been feeling as though the other mums will be looking at me and my little boy dressed as a superhero.
I have to hope she cheers up come playtime, when all the girls in silly princess dresses can't play outside in the mud. I tried to persuade him to go as a magician from a new book I bought him the other in am attempt to steer him away from Buzz Lightyear - no such luck.
We have managed to find a Toy Story annual to back up his choice - not exactly Roald Dahl though, is it?



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