Library Love I
Leading a “folded fan” bookmaking program at the Wiseburn Library (one of the Branches of the Los Angeles County Public Library System) was pure joy
It is a great deal of fun to make, develop and embellish!
This young lady is studying Library Science, and getting invaluable on the job training.
Although shy under her hood, this young maker used brilliant pink in her book!
Two creative sisters work industriously on their books.
This young maker has a wonderful sense of design and color,
as is evidenced by his creative choices. He flanked the yellow with purple (complementary colors) with crisp black and white Zebra patterning in-between.
Mad about plaid…this young artist worked hard to create pages and covers in the same plaid pattern,
and proudly showed off his work (when asked…).
Girl Maker Power…
Boys rule too….
Layering patterns and materials.
Mom supports son and daughter in their creative efforts…
with “happy” results.
Devoted Children’s Librarian Samantha gets into the bookmaking act, creating alongside her young patrons,
and two makers compare notes.
A Community of Makers…at the Library!