Ann Whitford Paul
PAGE TURNS IN PICTURE BOOKS—TWO SESSION WEBINAR
What are page turns and why are they so important. How to create them?
How do you know if you have page turns? You create a dummy. We’ll focus on this important tool in the creation of picture books.
ANN WHITFORD PAUL, author of WRITING PICTURE BOOKS: A Hands-On Guide from Story Creation to Publication, graduated from the University of Wisconsin and Columbia University School of Social Work. She became inspired to write picture books after years of bedtime reading to her four children. She's published 19 different award-winning books. Now she gets story ideas from her three grandchildren. For ten years she taught picture book writing through UCLA Extension. She still enjoys teaching how to write picture books. When she isn't writing or teaching, she loves listening to her cat purr, watching spiders spin their webs and following snails' trails. New books include IF ANIMALS SAID GOOD NIGHT, IF ANIMALS SAID I LOVE YOU, and two more forthcoming picture books.