Freedom and Friendship: Plantpet

Friday, January 26, 2007.

PlantpetAuthor: Elise Primavera
Illustrator: Elise Primavera
Published: 1994 The Putnam & Grosset Group
ISBN: 0399226273

Alibris

Colour, shadow, movement and emotion spin a compelling story of isolation and togetherness that leaves room for us wonder about issues of companionship and captivity.

Other books mentioned: The Gardener

4 Comments »

Comment by Peter A. Mello

January 27, 2007 @ 10:38 am

Thank you so much for your podcasts and for your generous support of children reading initiatives. As father of a 3 yo son and 2 yo daughter, its great to have a resource like Just One More Book. Keep up the great work!

Comment by Just One More Book!!

January 27, 2007 @ 11:57 am

Peter,

We really appreciate your kind words and we loved checking out your beautiful family photos. Thanks!

We’re glad you’re enjoying JOMB. We’d love to hear your thoughts on a favourite children’s book (the three of you) and hope you will consider sending us listener-submitted book review…

It’s also a great reminder for us to bring out more of our favourite books for 2 and 3 year olds.

Happy reading,
Andrea

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May 17, 2007 @ 9:21 am

[...] Mark speaks with author and illustrator Elise Primavera about her magical and endearing book, Plantpet. [...]

Comment by Todd Phillips

September 30, 2007 @ 1:21 am

Love the Podcasts and ESPECIALLY the interviews! As a fellow artist and illustrator I would love to see you include perhaps a feature (perhaps connected with Youtube or something) that shows how some of the illustrators create a picture using their preferred medium. It would REALLY be interesting,..or perhaps only to me….I don’t know,..it just seems really like an area that is never touched on. Would love to see Elise’s design process and how she works with pastels from sketch to final art. I’m very tight with the pen and ink and would love to begin a looser, more organic style, but would love to see a pro like Elise do this.

Thanks
Todd Phillips

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