Blogging for a Cure, Day Three

h1 October 17th, 2007 by jules

Here is the Robert’s Snow illustrator-and-snowflake feature schedule for Wednesday, October 17 (pictured here is Julie Paschkis’ ’04 snowflake, “Ecce Acorn”).

In this below schedule, the illustrator’s name links to his/her website, but click on the blog to be taken to that blogger’s snowflake/illustrator feature:

* Rick Chrustowski, featured by Laura Purdie Salas at laurasalas

* Diane deGroat, featured by Jama Rattigan at jama rattigan’s alphabet soup

* Ilene Richard, featured by Susan Dove Lempke at Something Different Every Day

* Brie Spangler, featured by Kimberly at lectitans

* Don Tate, featured by Pam Calvert at The Silver Lining

Did you see yesterday’s features? They were a delight to read. Did you know that Kris Bordessa at Paradise Found announced in her feature of Alexandra Boiger that Ms. Boiger has generously offered to send an art print of “Rotkaeppchen” (Little Red Riding Hood, pictured at Kris’ post about Alexandra’s snowflake) to one of her blog visitors? Do you know how beautiful this print is, everyone? Wow. Thanks to Kris and to EVERYONE ELSE yesterday for their wonderful posts.

Please note — if you missed this yesterday — that I have started a page here at 7-Imp that includes a comprehensive listing of all the snowflake/illustrator features. You can see it here. At the end of each day, I’ll add the daily schedule and will leave it here for all posterity at 7-Imp, as a record of all the bloggers’ hard work and talents — and as a handy resource on illustrators for Picture Book Nerds like me to enjoy.

That’s it for today. Enjoy the posts. And go buy a snowflake already . . .

5 comments to “Blogging for a Cure, Day Three”

  1. OMG! Acorns! How I wish this were up for auction this year! I would be all over that!

    Thanks for posting on it.

    LindaBudz (aka Linda Acorn)
    Just Like the Nut

  2. Linda, yep, that was 2004, but Julie Paschkis does have a new snowflake this year, which I believe David Elzey will be featuring later.

  3. Jules, I’ve put up a list (hopefully complete) of the giveaways so far:
    I’m going to try to keep adding to it, as time allows. Feel free to copy/paste.

  4. Thanks, Kris! That is a great idea, and I’ll link to it tomorrow!

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