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Adventures in Cartooning: How to Turn Your Doodles Into Comics

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • A stupendous new high for children’s graphic novels, spearheaded by comics maestro Sturm.
    Booklist

IF YOU LOVE THIS BOOK, THEN TRY:

Ahlberg, Allan. The Pencil. Candlewick, 2008.

Davis, Eleanor. Stinky. Little Lit Library, 2008.

Emberley, Ed. Ed Emberley’s Drawing Book: Make a World. Little, Brown, 2006, c1972.

Emberley, Ed. Ed Emberley’s Drawing Book of Animals. Little, Brown, 2006, c1970.

Emberley, Ed. Ed Emberley’s Drawing Book of Faces. Little, Brown, 2006, c1975.

Holm, Jennifer L., and Matthew Holm. Babymouse: Our Hero. Random House, 2005. (And others in the Babymouse series)

Johnson, Crockett. Harold and the Purple Crayon. HarperCollins, 1955.

Kitchen, Alexa. Drawing Comics Is Easy (Except When It’s Hard). DKP, 2006.

Kitchen, Alexa. Grown-ups Are Dumb (No Offense). Disney/Hyperion, 2009.

Leedy, Loreen. Look at My Book: How Kids Can Write & Illustrate Terrific Books. Holiday House, 2004.

Stevens, Janet. From Pictures to Words: A Book About Making a Book. Holiday House, 1995.

Strum, James. Satchel Paige: Striking Out Jim Crow. Hyperion/Jump at the Sun, 2007.

Zemach, Kaethe. Ms. McCaw Learns to Draw. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, 2008.