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November 26, 2014

Let’s all dance with Julie Flett

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I am so pleased with, proud of, and excited by my 49th Shelf interview with the brilliantly talent illustrator, Julie Flett, who is behind the images in a few of our family’s most beloved picture books (including Little You, which I’ve written about before). The post is gorgeous, first because it’s packed with Flett’s beautiful illustrations and book covers, but also because her responses to my questions are so fresh and thoughtful, with so many excellent book recommendations. Plus, we talk about holey socks, wallpaper patterns, big suns, and all the exciting things happening in First Nations Children’s Literature in Canada today. It’s so good.

Please check it out! 

2 thoughts on “Let’s all dance with Julie Flett”

  1. Zsuzsi says:

    Thanks so much for this head’s up about Little You — I love Richard van Camp’s children stuff (What’s the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses is sublime) and the Julie Flett illos demonically wonderful. So I bought a copy immediately and have sent off to little bookish 18-month-old niece in Alberta (same age as Iris, I think)

  2. Kerry says:

    Oh, so nice. Immediately after reading your comment, I purchased What’s the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses. It looks beautiful. Thank you! xo

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