Posts Tagged ‘Children’s Books’

February – Looking Back and Leaning Forward

I’ve never been a big fan of the month of February, stuck in that no-man’s land between crystal midwinter and the greening of spring. I think that they probably just put Valentine’s Day in there as a distraction to give people something fun to do that involves chocolate. This year however there was quite a…

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Interview with Fatemeh Haghnejad Part Two

This is the conclusion to our two-part inteview with illustrator Fatemeh Haghnejad. The interview in its entirety can be found throughout the month of August in the “Featured Artist” link to the right.   What about your work do you enjoy most? Dislike most?     When I am getting ready to start a new project in…

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Interview with Fatemeh Haghnejad Part One

This is the first part of a two-part inteview with illustrator Fatemeh Haghnejad. The interview in its entirety can be found throughout the month of August in the “Featured Artist” link to the right. Fatemeh Haghnejad is an illustrator of rare gifts and delight. Hailing from Tehran, Iran, Her work in numerous children’s books is imbued with…

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