Materials displays the creative process for Cece Bell, an award-winning alumnae (class of 1992) author and illustrator of children's books, from initial brainstorming to finished product. The collection also shows editing interactions between Bell, her husband Tom Angleberger (also class of 1992), and others. Includes story development, illustration tests and sketches.
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Cece Bell (William & Mary class of 1992) is an American children’s book author and illustrator. She has published 11 books, with several other co-written with her husband, Tom Angleberger. In 2015, her graphic novel, El Deafo, won a Newberry Honor and the Eisner Award for Best Publication for Kids. El Deafo is the semiautobiographical story of a hearing impaired bunny who finds superpowers in her new hearing aid. Much of her work uses speech bubbles to define dialogue.
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