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New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Literature of 2016
She is the principal of the Center for Children's Literature at Bank Street College of Educa-tion and the writer of the First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art program; she received her PhD from Teachers College at Columbia University. She is the bookkeeper of two New York City state primary school, the Neighborhood School and the S.T.A.R. Academy.
2016 New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Books are in alphabetic order: Phillomel Buch. It has been illuminated by Christian Robinson. Brown's calm tale of kids finding a body of birds in the forest and giving him a decent funeral receives an exhilarating, emotional echoing updated from Robinson, who relocates the set to a city garden and gives one kid a wing, another a coat of foxes.
Mark Levine, our critic, commended Robinson's "bold and edgy graphic style", which is characterized by misleadingly straightforward brush strokes and masterful music. It has been pictorially by R. Gregory Christie. "Christie's artwork is, as always, stunning, combining traditional folklore and smooth contemporary gesture with a charming dynamic reminiscent of Jacob Lawrence and Benny Andrews," our reviewist Maria Russo said.
Small bee books. Woollvin's ingenious minimalistic illustrations use audacious forms and a range of black, white and grey with brilliantly reddish coloured strategical pop s, allowing a cheerful and self-confident journey to the darkness and back. It also tells the tale of a inquisitive little gal who gets confused when he reads a book about icebear, and comes to see you in his mind.
Desmond's diverse illustrations mix watercolours, acrylics, pencils, chalk and printing technologies to ever new atmospheres and dramatic sequences of polar live. Bewitched lion books. It' magazined by E.B. Lewis. Prior to John Lewis, the Black and Congressional right wing leaders and congressmen, he was a young man who grew up on a Alabama farmyard and practiced his oratorial abilities on his family's chicken group.
Attentive and moving watercolours by the artist E. B. Lewis (without relationship) are immersed in a subtle change of lighting and make home-made rural landscapes appear heavenly and sublime. I have Nancy Paulsen's books. It was pictorialized by Peter McCarty. Situated in the yard in front of Anne Frank's windows, the renowned Christmas trees bear testimony to the Frank family's long history of Nazi imprisonment during the Second World War.
With just a little bit of tan paint and small, tolerant lines, McCarty contrasts the growing of the forest with the dark reality and joys of Anne's limited young existence, and creates pages of disastrous intensities and heart-rending details. Photographed by Sophie Blackall. Blackall's fine watercolour and graphite illustrations of well-dressed humans, hazardous seas and floating air bubbles, in cream pastel colours and atmospheric shades of grey, have a funny and stylish antique look.
Photographed by Sydney Smith. The book tells the altiric 9th c. poet "Pangur Ban", the easy thoughts of a friar about his company with his cats and the parallel between his scientific quest for information and the fun hunt of cats. Smith's unique artwork.... stands between a modernistic fairytale and a graphical novel and opens an welcoming doorway between past and present, while old history comes to live in a resolutely modern aesthetic," our critic Maria Popova writes.