unless she gets stuck. sometimes seeing one or two examples of how others
break the rules seems to give permission to let go.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Drake" <ddrake@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 10:12
Subject: Re: [bookartsconnection] Altered book
My personal prejudice says, don't pollute your daughter's creative
vision unnecessarily. Forget the inspirational material and let her
realize her own vision undisturbed.
On Mar 30, 2004, at 8:44 AM, askengel@... wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> My daughter's high school English class is reading Frankenstein
> and has been given the assignment to create an Altered Book
> on the subject. (marvel) She has purchased an antique Pinnochio
> book (get the connection?) and is ready to tear into it. She is
> very creative on her own, but I would like to get some examples
> of Altered Books for her to see that might inspire her further.
> Where would I find books on Altered Books for her to look at?
> Do they have any at the Santa Barbara library? Or are there
> any websites?
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Sharon Engel
> "Don't go to your grave with your music still inside you."
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