Sunday, June 16, 2013

Author Amy Krouse Rosenthal

As Deborah Freedman pointed out yesterday morning, I am lucky to know so many wonderful authors, illustrators, and educators who agree to finish my sentences. I've been smiling ear to ear ever since I opened the email message that contained New York Times bestselling author Amy Krouse Rosenthal's responses to today's sentence starters. She is highly creative, inspiring, and delightful. Thank you, Amy! 



Wordles are groups...


I hope I Scream! Ice Cream!...



Serge Bloch’s illustrations... 



Exclamation Mark, Wumbers, and Duck! Rabbit!... 



















Peter H. Reynolds and I...









"7 Notes on Life"...





Picture books are...












Reading is...












Mr. Schu, you should have asked me...





















Ha! That would have been EPIC! :)


I am giving away a copy of I Scream! Ice Cream! 

Rules for the Giveaway

1. It will run from 6/16 to 11:59 P.M. on 6/18. 

2. You must be at least 13. 

3. Please pay it forward. 





"Mending Machine" is Amy Krouse Rosenthal's most recent video project.  


Amy launched the "A Website A Week" project three days ago. 

8 comments:

  1. Mr. Schu,
    I am a big fan of Amy's work and, now, a big fan of this interview. I enjoyed reading Amy's answers to your questions and seeing the video snippets included. It is like an everything you wanted to know about Amy Krouse Rosenthal extravaganza.

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  2. Love her books. Love this interview, presentation that was all kinds of fun and amazing. Thanks!!

    Aw on the marry you illustration.

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  3. This is great, ans as always Amy does not disappoint. She is one clever sweet gal. I'm lucky to call her friend!!!

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  4. Watching someone create makes me more creative. Thanks for the inspiring interview!

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  5. Seeing someone be creative makes me more creative. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Thanks for this interview. I can know go back to reading hap-pea-ly ever after (Amy's ending to Little Pea and a great way to hook first graders on noticing play on words)! Seriously, Amy is my new favorite children's author...and more importantly my students. We love, love, loved Plant a Kiss this yaer.

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  7. what a lovely interview! loved the little videos. the creativity is seriously inspiring.

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  8. it is interesting
    thanks for your share

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