CREATING THE PICTURE BOOK
REGISTRATION INFO for Spring 2020 to come
online at pratt.edu or by calling 855-551-7727
for course PMFA-451
REGISTRATION INFO FOR Spring 2020 tk
online at pratt.edu or
by calling 855-551-7727 for PMFA- 451
Starting out as an illustrator, STEVE HENRY is now writing his own books, including HAPPY CAT, starred by Kirkus Reviews, CAT GOT A LOT, HERE IS BIG BUNNY, and HIDE!, called "a winner" by School Library Journal. Clients include: Harper Collins, Holiday House, Scholastic, Golden Books, Houghton Mifflin, Random House, Simon and Schuster, The New York Times, The New York Public Library, Manhattan Toy, Nickelodeon, and PBS. His work can be viewed at: stevehenryillustration.com
BARBARA LALICKI has been an editorial director at major publishing companies including, most recently, HarperCollins. Through her career she’s loved working on a wide variety of picture books with such author-artists as Jim Arnosky, Pat Cummings, Henrik Drescher, Mary Engelbreit, Paul Goble, Susan Jeffers, Steven Kellogg, Betsy Lewin, Melissa Sweet--and Steve Henry.
Steve Henry and I are coming at the process of creating a picture book from different sides of the desk. This unique mix of editorial/publishing and artistic/creative experience helps students unlock their picture book's potential.
"Barbara and Steve are a great team."-- Joe M.
"You get a really unique perspective, combining the editorial and artistic."--Celeste K.
"I highly recommend this class." --Jeff L.
"I was fully motivated." -- Dainty N.
"It is rare to find a class of this depth and breadth."--Stephanie R.
"It was fantastic!"-- Lisa C.
"Very intuitive." -- Yue Z.
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