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- by Marie-Louise Gay
- trueLanguage arts -- Writing and research
- truePicture books for children
- Storytelling -- Fiction
- trueCanadian literature
- trueLanguage arts -- Children's book authors and illustrators
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- Storytelling -- Juvenile fiction
- Imagination -- Fiction
- Imagination -- Juvenile fiction
- Questions and answers -- Juvenile fiction
- Questions and answers -- Fiction
- Answers many of the questions the author receives from children on writing, including where she gets her ideas, how she learned to draw, and how many books she can write in one day
- Many children want to know where stories come from and how a book is made. Marie-Louise Gay's new picture book provides them with some delightfully inspiring answers though a fictional encounter between an author and some very curious children - together they collaborate on writing and illustrating a story. Marie-Louise Gay has scribbled, sketched, scrawled, doodled, penciled, collaged, and painted the words and pictures of a story-within-a-story that show how brilliant ideas creep up on you when you least expect it and how words sometimes float out of nowhere, asking to be written. Any Questions? presents a world inhabited by lost polar bears, soaring pterodactyls, talking trees, and spotted snails, with cameo appearances by some of the author's favorite characters - a world where kids become part of the story and let their imaginations run wild, becoming inspired to create tales of their own. At the end of the book, she provides answers to many of the questions children have asked her over the years, such as "Are you Stella?," "How did you learn to draw?," "Can your cat fly?," and "How many books do you make in one day?"
- Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award, 2015.
- School Library Journal Best Picture Books, 2014.
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