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  • VOICE OVER: The following presentation created by Emily Klaski and Alicia Seltz will display the works of Illustrator, Jerry Pinkney. A diversity award winner of the Coretta Scott King Book Award.
  • Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me. Grifalconi, Ann. Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Jump at the Sun Books, 2007. n.p. Print.The Lion and The Mouse. Pinkney, Jerry. The Lion and The Mouse. Little, Brown Books, 2009. n.p. Print. The Moon Over Star. Aston, Dianne Hutts. The Moon Over Star. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2008. n.p. Print. The Old African. Lester, Julius. The Old African. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2005. n.p. Print. Voice Over: Throughout the presentation, the following books will be discussed in order to showcase the wonderful work of Jerry Pinkney.
  • Scanned image of The Moon Over Star. Aston, Dianne Hutts. The Moon Over Star. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2008. n.p. Print.Saginaw Valley State University Library 2012 Image of Coretta Scott King Book Awards. American Library Association, 2012. Web. 9 April 2012. http://www.ala.org/emiert/cskbookawardsVoice Over: The Moon Over Star won the Coretta Scott King Book Award. The award is designed to commemorate the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and to honor Mrs. Coretta Scott King. Every year, the award is given to African American authors and illustrators who empathize the importance and contributions of the African American culture and influences within a diverse society. The Moon Over Star by Dianna Hutts Aston illustrated by Jerry Pinkney is about a young African American girl in 1969 who dreams about going to the moon. As Neil Armstrong was attempting to land his space shuttle, The Eagle, on the moon, Mae’s eyes were opened to all of the possibilities that life has to offer.
  • Scanned image of rocketship. Aston, Dianne Hutts. The Moon Over Star. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2008. 14. Print.
  • Scanned image of astronauts. Aston, Dianne Hutts. The Moon Over Star. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2008. 28. Print.
  • Scanned Image of Book Cover for The Old African. Lester, Julius. The Old African. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2005. n.p. Print. Saginaw Valley State University Library 2012. Voice Over: Before Jerry Pinkney created the illustrations for The Old African by Julius Lester, he visited an exhibit at the Schromburg Center for Research in Black culture. In the exhibit, he was able to see evidence of the brutality of the black holocaust in order to get inspiration for his art work. He wanted truth within his illustrations, so he came in contact with an African historian who willingly educated him on the Ybo people he would be depicting within the story.
  • Scanned Image of walking people. Lester, Julius. The Old African. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2005. 28. Print. Lindsay, Nina. Book of the Week--The Old African by Julius Lester, Illus. by Jerry Pinkney. School Library Journal. Oakland Public Library, CA, 5 September 2005. Web. 10 April 2012. http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6253754.html
  • Scanned Image of burning house. Lester, Julius. The Old African. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Dial Books, 2005. 54. Print.
  • Scanned Image of Book Cover for The Lion and The Mouse. Pinkney, Jerry. The Lion and The Mouse. Little, Brown Books, 2009. n.p. Print. Saginaw Valley State University Library 2012 Voice Over: Jerry Pinkney, not only illustrated The Lion and The Mouse, but he also wrote this familiar tale. This is one of his favorite childhood fable because it shows how the meek can over trump the mighty. For him, a wordless narration seemed natural because he wanted the reader’s imagination to drive the narrative through the use of the illustrations.
  • Scanned Image of lion. Pinkney, Jerry. The Lion and The Mouse. Little, Brown Books, 2009. n.p. Print.
  • Scanned Image of jeep. Pinkney, Jerry. The Lion and The Mouse. Little, Brown Books, 2009. n.p. Print.
  • Scanned image of Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me. Grifalconi, Ann. Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Jump at the Sun Books, 2007. n.p. Print. Saginaw Valley State University Library 2012
  • Scanned image of slaves escaping. Grifalconi, Ann. Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Jump at the Sun Books, 2007. 10. Print.
  • Scanned image of man kneeling. Grifalconi, Ann. Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me. Illus. Jerry Pinkney. Jump at the Sun Books, 2007. 28. Print.
  • Image of Jerry Pinkney: Kristich, Thomas. Jerry Pinkney Studio, n.d. Web. 10 April 2012. http://jerrypinkneystudio.com/frameset.htmlVoice Over: If you would like to view Jerry Pinkney’s illustrations mentioned throughout the PowerPoint and more, please visit his website. www.jerrypinkneystudio.com
  • Image of Coretta Scott King Book Awards. American Library Association, 2012. Web. 9 April 2012. http://www.ala.org/emiert/cskbookawards Voice over: Thank you for watching the following presentation. Have a great night!
  • Te301 presentation (emily)

    1. 1. WELCOME FAMILIES OFGREEN ELEMENTARY! Illustrator Jerry Pinkney
    2. 2.  The Moon Over Star The African The Lion & The Mouse Ain’t Nobody a Stranger to Me
    3. 3. The award is given toAfrican Americanauthors and illustratorsfor their motivating andeducational impact ontheir readers.
    4. 4. Pinkney’s illustrationsshow gratitude towardsthe African Americanculture and theirinvolvement within thediverse society.
    5. 5. Illustrations are“stunning, showingpower in landscapeand emotionalenergy in posture.”-Nina Lindsay
    6. 6. Notice thecaptivatingimage of theskull engulfed inthe flames
    7. 7. His drawings beginthe same way:Thumbnail,sketches, detailedand developeddrawings.
    8. 8. “I love the act ofmaking marks onpaper, and seeingthose marks developinto a picture.”- Jerry Pinkney
    9. 9. Can you see theman and thewoman hidden inthe brush?
    10. 10. “Many of these speak tomy culture, while otherworks are based on myexperience of beingBlack in America.“-Jerry Pinkney
    11. 11. “My strongest feelingsabout a particular bookare tied to theexperience of creatingit.” -Jerry Pinkney Jerry Pinkney
    12. 12. For more information about the Coretta Scott King Book Award please goto the American Library Association website.

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