[bksvol-discuss] Re: validating with no page numbering

Interesting. I know you're a relative newcomer to the
list, so I don'tknow if you know that we have a lot of
children's books and Shelley's is putting up a lot of
Caldecott Medal Winners. A few of the books, I'm not
sure how many, have descriptions of the illustrations.
Perhaps if your husband has any extra time -- and I
know that's rare for for university students -- he'd
be willing to describe some of the illustrations of
the Caldecott books.

Cindy


-- Kasondra payne <Kassyp36@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> No, This is my second.  I finished my first last
> night.  I am learning how
> to juggle it with my two active boys.  Look, I am
> doing this so that my son,
> Andrew will have easier access to books when he's
> older.  I am blind, and
> Andrew inherited it from me.  He's two now, but in a
> few years I hope he
> will read as voraciously as I do.  At least he will
> have better access than
> I did over 20 years ago.  
> 
>       My husband, Shaw, is sighted and a graphic design
> major at Utah
> State University.  We have had a lot of interesting
> conversations about art
> and color.  Validating this book has been a joy!  I
> am going to approve it
> tonight.  I just hope the browse process speaks to
> me.  Thanks to all!
> 
> Kasondra Payne
> 
> 


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