Schedule:

This page will get updated monthly so you can take a peek and see when people are due to make their next illustration post. Not that you should have favorites, but it’s human. Cheer our fine fellows and ladies on!


Week A:
Monday, Jun 7: Meg Hunt
Tuesday, Jun 8: Will Bryant
Wednesday, Jun 9: Sam Bosma
Thursday, Jun 10: Julia Sonmi Heglund
Friday, Jun 11: John Martz

Week B:
Monday, Jun 14: Andrea Kalfas
Tuesday, Jun 15: Lizzy Stewart
Wednesday, Jun 16: Chuck Groenink
Thursday, Jun 17: Lucy Knisley
Friday, Jun 18: PMurphy

Week C:
Monday, Jun 21: Israel Sanchez
Tuesday, Jun 22: Jeremy Sorese
Wednesday, Jun 23: Laura Park
Thursday, Jun 24:Phil McAndrew
Friday, Jun 26: Kali Ciesemier

5 Comments Add your own

  • [...] Each illustrator will post one image a month. The blog has a schedule listing when each illustrator will [...]

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  • 2. JoeyC  |  February 11, 2010 at 4:26 pm

    May I suggest that you either name the Illustrator at the heading of each post or give them an attribution after their blurb like so:

    skdjfhlskjdflksdhjflksdhflskdfhslkdfjhlkafjdhlafkdjshflkadjhflksdjhflsakfjhsldkfjhlskdfjhaldfkhjlasdkjhlfkhjdslkjfhalksdjfhlsdkfjhalsdkfhjslfkjsdhflaksdjhflksfjhklfjdhlkfahdlkfhaklhfdk.
    – Meg Hunt

    (No slur intended here against Ms. Hunt, just too lazy to type read words). The work here is incredibly strong and anyone stumbling upon it needs to know right away who did it.

    Thanks

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  • 3. nolen otts  |  February 15, 2010 at 3:51 pm

    wonderful idea
    is participation by invitation only?
    nolen otts

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  • 4. [Surprise Tuesday] Picture Book Report «  |  March 30, 2010 at 6:05 am

    [...] right? I love the idea of Picture Book Report and I look forward to reading more. You can see the schedule and check the main page for info about each of the 15 illustrators, who include the wonderfully [...]

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  • 5. Herman Water  |  March 12, 2012 at 12:47 pm

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