The collection showcases the creative and revisionary process for a published children’s author, including editing interactions and the development of characters. The five book projects include manuscript editing (mostly done by hand in red or black pen) and some story art. There are also materials related to Angleberger's publishing queries and ink testing.
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Biographical / Historical
Tom Angleberger (William & Mary '92) is an American author and illustrator of children’s and middle-grade books. He has published approximately 20 titles, some co-written or co-illustrated. Angleberger is best known for his New York Times bestselling Origami Yoda series. In addition to his fiction, Angleberger worked as a newspaper reporter for the Roanoke Times. He is married to fellow author and illustrator, Cece Bell.