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Finding Happiness

A Student Publishing Project

World Book Day 2013


YEEK the

EMU Based on the stories of Sheena Knowles and the illustrations of Rod Clement


Ganna

Julienne

Aya

Student Authors

Natalie


genre:

a style of writing that has a purpose and an audience


genre:

a style of writing that has a purpose and an audience

literary genre: written to entertain

poetry genre: rhyming verse


genre:

a style of writing that has a purpose and an audience

literary genre: written to entertain

poetry genre: rhyming verse

audience:

people of all ages


genre:

a style of writing that has a purpose and an audience

literary genre: written to entertain

poetry genre: rhyming verse

audience:

people of all ages

plot:

the events that make up a story


The main character is unhappy.


The main character is unhappy. The main character has a series of adventures, but doesn’t find happiness.


The main character is unhappy. The main character has a series of adventures, but doesn’t find happiness.

humour

repetition


The main character is unhappy. The main character has a series of adventures, but doesn’t find happiness.

The main character discovers something about himself and about happiness.


Student Illustrators

Ben

Ulises

Ryan

Gain


step

1

storyboard planning


step

2

sketches


step

3

colored pencil


step

4

detail


step

5

more detail


step

6

consistency


expression


expression


expression


humour


humour


step

7

editing and page layout

So he crept out of bed and said with a smile, “I’m leaving this place. I’ll be gone for a while.” But just as he stepped his first foot in the city he got kicked from behind. Oh what a pity!


step

7

publish

YEEK the EMU By Ganna Omar Illustrations by Ben Hren


collaboration


Student Publisher Project | ACS Doha