Monday, January 31, 2011

What's for Dinner? by Katherine Hauth, illustrations by David Clark

Crossing borders between humor and fact, science and poetry, animal food and feeders and human contemplation of them, is Katherine B. Hauth's What's For Dinner? Quirky, Squirmy Poems From the Animal World, illustrated by David Clark and new from Charlesbridge.

This week, Writing With a Broken Tusk will link to multiple stops on a blog tour featuring this funny, surprising, nicely gross and hugely informative book. We'll start with a link to Jacket Knack, where Carol Brendler considers David Clark's inviting--yes, indeed. Step right in!--image on the book's jacket. A note from David adds perspective on style, the macabre, and the potential of text to invite illustration.

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