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  • 1. Introducing David Wiesner
  • 2. A book with no words? How does David Wiesner create his work?
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  • 4. Few of Many Awards…
    Caldecott Award 2007 – Flotsam
    Caldecott Award 2002 – Three Little Pigs
    Caldecott Honor Book – Sector 7
    Caldecott Medal – Tuesday
    American Bookseller, Pick of Lists – Hurricane & Tuesday
    Bulletin for the Center of Children’s Book , Blue Ribbon – Sector 7 & Tuesday
    School Library Journal, Best Books of the Year – Tuesday, Hurricane, Sector 7, Night of the Gargoyles, & June 29,1999
    Parenting Magazine, Ten Best Books of the Year – Tuesday
  • 5. About the Author
    • Born on February 5, 1956 in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
    • 6. As a child, Wiesner re-created his world daily in his imagination.
    • 7. Wiesner graduated from Rhode Island School of Design.
    • 8. Wiesner committed himself full-time to the study of art and to explore further his passion for wordless storytelling.
    • 9. While attending Rhode Island School of Design, Wiesner met Tom Sgouros and David Macaulay.
    • 10. Wiesner illustrated more than twenty award-winning books for young readers.
    • 11. Today Wiesner lives with his wife and their son and daughter in the Philadelphia area, where he continues to create dreamlike and inventive images for books.
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  • 15. Resources
    http://www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com/authors/wiesner/home.html
    Images from Google

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