Sophie's Studio Spring 2011
Recommended reading for children in support of Sophie's Studio. Sophie's Studio promotes creativity and writing for children, made possible by long-time library lover and user Sophia Lucyk. Books by Sophie's Studio authors, about drawing and writing.
Cassie's only friends in high school seem to be the ghosts only she can see.
The story of slavery, a man, and the world's most beloved hymn.
Discover the fascinating history of postcards and creative how-tos for using old postcards and making new ones.
As a little girl grows, so do the wheels that keep her moving.
In the thrilling conclusion to the Tara Trilogy, Tara risks death to stop her evil stepsister.
To Lee, being an orphan like Anne of Green Gables sounds romantic. That summer, she meets Cassandra and finds out what being an orphan really means.
Jump headfirst into the wild, wacky world of cartooning. With this action-packed how-to, kids will have as much fun making comics as reading them.
There are plenty of practical tips and lots of hands-on activities in this art book to help children hone their technique and develop their own original cartoons.
The author of Ella Enchanted shares her secrets of great writing. She shows how you can get terrific ideas for stories, invent great beginnings and endings, and much more.
Bet you didn't know writing could be so much fun!
Do you want to write a mystery? Perhaps science fiction or romance? Get some great tips on how to create a real page-turner.
Find advice and inspiration in this guide by two experienced authors.
Written in the form of a graphic novel, this work shows you how to create memorable characters, find your own drawing style, and more.