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The word: Kings

Page 40 – When Princess April returned (Artists & Illustrators)

by Danny Garrett
Austin, Texas

In terms of illumination, this is probably the richest visual page in the book. In layout, design and vibrancy of color, it is just remarkable. Continue reading

Page 17: the word - butterfly: ...a blue butterfly that looks for all the world like a set of staring eyes.

Page 17 – Immediately Princess April realized that she had been tricked (Artists and Illustrators perspective)

by Danny Garrett, Austin, Texas

The plot thickens and the narrative moves forward. To celebrate this fact in a big way, we have a big illustration kicking off this page. Letitia has crafted a nice little profile shot of our heroine on a grasshopper. Continue reading

The only other image of animate life form is the nest with eggs high up in the bough of the tree.

Page 15 – Plate III: the butterfly, the Princess, and the spider (A&I perspective)

by Danny Garrett, Austin, Texas

In this second full-page illustration plate, we glimpse the seminal moment when Princess April is standing between two worlds – that of her safe home, the Enchanted Forest, and the Great World (our world). Continue reading