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Let’s make stories! Nick Patton from Picturebooking.com shares his journey into the world of children’s picture books. Follow his path from amateur storyteller to professional author-illustrator and beyond. Join Nick as he meets the people behind your child’s favorite picture books. Discover the joys and struggles of living a creative life. And get you and your kids inspired to create your own stories.

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Let’s make stories! Nick Patton from Picturebooking.com shares his journey into the world of children’s picture books. Follow his path from amateur storyteller to professional author-illustrator and beyond. Join Nick as he meets the people behind your child’s favorite picture books. Discover the joys and struggles of living a creative life. And get you and your kids inspired to create your own stories.

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Heartfelt and Excellent

By Geuseppe - May 29 2019
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Nick is a warm host, and these interviews/discussions are gems.

Thank you!!

By chrisshashi - Jul 11 2018
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These are really useful resources!!! A million thanks!

iTunes Ratings

51 Ratings
Average Ratings
44
4
3
0
0

Heartfelt and Excellent

By Geuseppe - May 29 2019
Read more
Nick is a warm host, and these interviews/discussions are gems.

Thank you!!

By chrisshashi - Jul 11 2018
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These are really useful resources!!! A million thanks!

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The Picturebooking Podcast: Creating, Publishing and Marketing Children’s Picture Book Stories with Nick Patton

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Let’s make stories! Nick Patton from Picturebooking.com shares his journey into the world of children’s picture books. Follow his path from amateur storyteller to professional author-illustrator and beyond. Join Nick as he meets the people behind your child’s favorite picture books. Discover the joys and struggles of living a creative life. And get you and your kids inspired to create your own stories.

Rank #1: 048: Tips to Break Into the Children’s Book Industry

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Advice for amateur storytellers looking to become professional

Mar 09 2016

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Rank #2: Not Quite Snow White

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An inspiring picture book featuring, Tameika, a dynamic character who belongs on the stage.  This story highlights the importance of self-confidence while taking an earnest look at what happens when that confidence is shaken or lost. Tameika encourages us all to let ourselves shine.

Learn more about Not Quite Snow White and the author Ashley Franklin and illustrator Ebony Glenn.

More Picturebooking with Ebony

This podcast is made possible through the generosity of our picturebooking members. Thank you.

To become a member visit patreon.com/picturebooking and receive access to my entire talk with Ebony.

Thank you for listening to the show today.

Jul 10 2019

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Rank #3: Zanni Louise – Archie and the Bear

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What happens when you giving yourself the space for magic? Well, if you are Zanni Louise you get to author an amazing picture book called ARCHIE AND THE BEAR (illustrated by David Mackintosh).

We dive deep into this book and I enjoyed getting to know Zanni’s thoughts on imagination and how to make space for stories.   

P.S. If you are a Picturebooking Patreon … thank you for keeping me going this year! See you Feb. 2019!

Dec 05 2018

48mins

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Rank #4: 084: Picturebooking Pain

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13 authors and illustrators tell us what they find as the most painful thing about the picture book industry. It’s some honest picturebooking therapy. Take a listen and I’m sure you’ll be inspired to continue creating despite the struggles.

Jul 12 2017

33mins

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Rank #5: John Rocco – Camp Tiger

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Using light and color to help tell a story. Challenging your illustrations with new tools and techniques. And being thankful for the people who make the children’s book industry so special. John Rocco is the episode guest.

This week’s featured book is CAMP TIGER, a beautiful picture book written by Susan Choi and illustrated by John Rocco about a boy’s transition toward independence and growth.

John Rocco is a Caldecott Honor winner who has made stories using all different mediums (including art directing for the film Shrek, and designing rides for Epcot). But he has come home to writing and illustrating for children’s literature. And I’m thankful for that!

Picturebooking is made possible through the generosity of our listeners. Thank you.

May 19 2019

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Rank #6: 060: Josh Funk – Dear Josh, You Rock

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Josh Funk hasn’t played fantasy football in years, and we in the children’s book world are so thankful. To fill the void left by fantasy, Josh began writing for children. Three books later Josh and I finally get to sit down and have a Picturebooking chat.

Aug 24 2016

57mins

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Rank #7: 068: Jake Parker – Good Things Come to Those Who Create

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On the show today we have Jake Parker and his debut picture book LITTLE BOT & SPARROW. Jake has worked in comics, concept art, illustration and animation. He started the popular drawing challenge Inktober and co-founded the illustration education website svslearn.com with Will Terry (Picturebooking Episode 12). Basically Jake Parker makes things! And after this talk you’re going to be inspired to make things too.

Nov 30 2016

38mins

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Rank #8: Eliza Wheeler – Living in Your Illustrations

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How to develop scenes that make the worlds and characters you create feel so true? What kinds of opportunities or challenges come with a successful book? And the long winding process of creating that next story. Eliza Wheeler is this episodes guest. We dive deep into these topics and much more.

This week’s featured books are WHEN YOU ARE BRAVE, an inspiring picture book about having courage even in difficult times, and HOME IN THE WOODS, a stunningly beautiful picture book based on Eliza’s grandmother’s childhood after they lost their house and their father. It’s a story of a family rebuilding a life and a home.

Eliza Wheeler is an author and illustrator whose debut picture book MISS MAPLE’S SEEDS was an NYT bestseller. She has illustrated many other books included WHEREVER YOU GO, a Crystal Kite winner written by Pat Zietlow Miller.

Picturebooking is made possible through the generosity of our listeners. Thank you.

To learn more about the show visit picturebooking.com and to give back visit pateron.com/picturebooking.

Apr 21 2019

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Rank #9: 083: Dan Santat – Unedited

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Dan Santat returns to the pod to chat about RODZILLA, his latest picture book written by Rob Sanders. And he opens up about the inspiration for AFTER THE FALL: HOW HUMPTY DUMPTY GOT BACK UP AGAIN.

Jun 28 2017

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Rank #10: Bunny in the Middle

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A joyful picture book celebrates middle children and sibling love. This book is created by the husband and wife team of Anika Aldamuy Denise (author) and Christopher Denise (illustrator). 

More Picturebooking with Anika

More Picturebooking with Christopher

This podcast is made possible through the generosity of our picturebooking members. Thank you.

To become a member visit patreon.com/picturebooking and receive access to my entire talk with Anika.

Thank you for listening to the show today.

Jul 03 2019

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Rank #11: 057: Claire Lordon – Pizza Party

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Today’s show features Claire Lordon and her book LORENZO THE PIZZA-LOVING LOBSTER. You’ll discover the inspiration behind Lorenzo. How the story changed from first draft to picture book. And we’ll swap some food stories. So grab a slice and join the party!

Jul 13 2016

23mins

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Rank #12: 066: Melissa Sweet – Some Writer: The Story of E. B. White

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Getting to know the author of CHARLOTTE’S WEB through Melissa Sweet‘s book SOME WRITER: THE STORY OF E. B. WHITE was such a treasure. The art, the words and the design of this book give you an in depth biography of a man and a writer. Whether you are a fan of White’s stories or a writer yourself, this book needs to be on your reading list.

This is a recommended – best of Picturebooking episode

Nov 02 2016

37mins

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Rank #13: 070: Top 5 Picturebooking Interviews of 2016

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This episode features a countdown of the top-5 most listened to picturebooking interviews of 2016. Plus I announce my favorite book featured on the show this year.

Dec 28 2016

49mins

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Rank #14: Oliver Jeffers – The Fate of Fausto

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A powerful new fable from the world-renowned artist and picture book phenomenon Oliver Jeffers

THE FATE OF FAUSTO is a poignant tale about a man who acts upon his self-proclaimed domination of all he can see.

OLIVER JEFFERS is an artist, storyteller, father, cartographer and part-time explorer. His work encompasses many forms, from picture books to portraiture, using a variety of media. In THE FATE OF FAUSTO, he has worked with traditional lithographic printmaking techniques for the first time. Originally from Northern Ireland, Oliver lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Sep 18 2019

28mins

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Rank #15: 064: Tom Booth – The Character Design of 100 Historical Figures

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Tom Booth is the character designer and illustrator behind WHO WINS?: 100 HISTORICAL FIGURES GO HEAD-TO-HEAD. I’ve learned more about history from playing with this interactive book than I thought was possible.

Oct 05 2016

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Rank #16: Chris Robertson – Where Do "Paws" Go?

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The craziest path into a picture book career and why you shouldn’t try this at home … or anywhere else. Chris Robertson is this episode’s guest. We dive deep into his career path and the books he loves to create.

This week’s feature book is the new board book version of Where Do Pants Go? This story is going to make such a great board book. When I read this to my 3-year old he always joins in!

To win a copy of Where Do Pants Go, leave a review for the podcast on iTunes or share a message about the show on social media. Then send me an email (nickpattonstudio [at] gmail [dot] com) with your iTunes handle and/or a link to your social post.

Chris Robertson is an author and illustrator whose work I started noticing during the launch of Giraffes Ruin Everything in 2016. I find his illustrations energetic, fun and always serving the story. And I find Chris to be the same.

To hear Chris talk about what success looks like to him and advice for children’s picture book makers, become a member of Picturebooking’s Patreon Podcast.

Mar 10 2019

56mins

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Rank #17: 040: Christopher Denise – The Mindset of a Visual Communicator

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Christopher Denise's illustrations are stunning. Some are warm and tender. Some are breathtaking and epic. All are crafted with care.

Nov 18 2015

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Rank #18: 090: Katherine Roy – How to Be an Elephant, or an Artist, or a Parent

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Author and illustrator Katherine Roy stops by the pod to talk about her latest non-fiction picture book HOW TO BE AN ELEPHANT. Somehow the conversation ties in these amazing animals, her book about them and the balance of parenthood and artistic expression.

This is a recommended – best of Picturebooking episode

Oct 04 2017

52mins

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Rank #19: J.R. Krause – Dragon Night

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Struggles, successes and a journey to find a story and a picture book voice. J.R. Krause is this episode’s guest. We dive deep into his creative process and what he learned from animation that served him well in picture books.

This episode’s feature book is Dragon Night. A visually stunning picture book about a boy and a dragon embarking on a nightime journey, facing fears and helping each other.

J.R. Krause is an award-winning animator of The Simpsons and Futurama. His other published picture books are Poco Loco and Happy Birthday, Poco Loco.

To hear J.R. talk about what inspires him to create and advice for children’s picture book success, become a member of Picturebooking’s Patreon Podcast.

Feb 24 2019

53mins

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Rank #20: 069: Chris Haughton – Goodnight Everyone

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Ideas are funny things. They don’t always grow in a straight line and rightfully so. Sometime I think the most important thing you can do to help an idea grow is to listen … and to let it change. Today’s author Chris Haughton had an idea that grew into his latest book GOODNIGHT EVERYONE. How this story started and where it ended up are super interesting …

Dec 14 2016

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