Monday, June 27, 2011

100 Bookie Woogie Reviews

Today we are celebrating our 100th Book Review over on the Z-Kids' other blog Bookie Woogie!  Since November 2008, the kids and I have weekly been sharing our favorite children's books, interviewing our favorite authors, and creating lots and lots and LOTS of Fan Art.

If you've enjoyed the kids' art here on Chicken Nugget Lemon Tooty, I encourage you to check out Bookie Woogie as well.  Over the last two and a half years, the kids have produced an astounding 395 pieces of Fan Art!

I thought I'd invite you to check out their 100th review and also share some of my favorite pieces of Fan Art the kids have made:

by Isaac, inspired by "The Cuckoo's Haiku"

by Lily, inspired by "The Mud Fairy"

by Gracie, inspired by "The Wonder Book"

by Isaac, inspired by "The Terrible Hodag"

by Elijah, inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia

by Gracie, inspired by "Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide"

by Lily, inspired by "If You Lived Here You'd Be Home by Now"

by Gracie, inspired by "Fairly Fairy Tales"

by Elijah, inspired by "Zita the Spacegirl"

by Isaac, inspired by "Crazy Hair"

by Lily, inspired by "The Book of Three"

by Isaac, inspired by "Bunny Days"

by Lily, inspired by "You Are What You Eat"

by Gracie, inspired by "Dotty"

by Isaac, inspired by "Raccoon Tune"

by Gracie, inspired by "Frankenstein Takes the Cake"

by Lily, inspired by "Chalk"

by Elijah, inspired by "Gabby and Gator"

by Gracie, inspired by "Sweet Music in Harlem"

by Lily, inspired by "Sweet Music in Harlem"

by Isaac, inspired by "Sweet Music in Harlem"

There's plenty more over at Bookie Woogie for you to check out!

1 comment:

Juci said...

I just found your blog and I was absolutely blown away. I love all your drawings, they are so full of imagination. You guys really know how to capture a mood, a personality or a mystery with lines and colours, and you all have your own style. Seriously, I could imagine any of your drawings illustrating children's books! I wish I could draw like that; better yet, I hope my children will be able to draw like that, or at least draw a lot more and enjoy it a lot more than I did when I was little. :)