What I’m Doing at Kirkus This Week,
Plus What I Did Last Week, Featuring Jeff Kulak

h1 February 28th, 2014 by jules


“What Makes Different Cuisines Different?”
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This morning at Kirkus, I write about two brand-new picture books (one from Groundwood Books and one from Albert Whitman & Company) about what one of the authors calls gender-nonconforming children — in both cases, these are about boys who, in particular, like to wear dresses. That link is here, and next week I’ll have art from each book.

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Last week, I wrote here about Sarah Elton’s Starting from Scratch: What You Should Know About Food and Cooking (Owlkids Books, March 2014), illustrated by graphic designer and artist Jeff Kulak. I’ve got a bit of his art from that book here today.

Enjoy.


“Why Should You Cook?”
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“Cooking Is Science”
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STARTING FROM SCRATCH: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FOOD AND COOKING. Copyright © 2014 by Sarah Elton. Illustrations © 2014 by Jeff Kulak. Illustration used by permission of the publisher, Owlkids Books, Toronto.

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