Saturday, February 26, 2011

Sketchbook Saturday

Today I am traveling home from the South Carolina Reading Association conference. The whole family came along for this trip.







Zoe let me borrow her crayons so that I could make good on my New Year's resolution.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Drawings from Kids

Check out this awesome drawing by Amiee! I visited Aimee's school virtually, so getting this drawing was especially cool.  It's just so neat to see that the kids are getting just as pumped up about writing and drawing with my virtual visits as they do with my in-person school visits.


Do you have a note or a drawing that you'd like to share? I would love to see them!
They can be emailed to me via props@studiojjk.com or mailed to:

 Jarrett J. Krosoczka
PO Box 60155
Florence, MA 01062

Thursday, February 17, 2011

LL Uno

Lunch Lady y el sustituto cibern├ętico, the Spanish edition of LL1, is now available! This edition is put out by a publisher in Spain, but the book is available here in the States as well.

As always, I encourage you to check with your local bookshop. If you are a local bookshop and want to order books for your store, check out Roca Editorial's website for more info. 








LL1 is also available in Catalan. Lunch Lady i el substitut ciborg is published by Grup 62.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day

I didn't get you flowers, but I did finish the art for LL6. Lunch Lady and the Field Trip Fiasco will be available on September 13th, 2011.

Here's a sneak peak of the art:

Monday, February 07, 2011

Dan Santat's SIDEKICKS





Dan sent me a PDF of his near-complete graphic novel debut and I read it with my jaw open. It's gorgeous, it's fast paced and it is just so incredibly good. I cannot wait to own a copy of this book.

In the meantime, I'll need to up my game, as will we all.

Mr. Santat is running a cool campaign through his website where he's supporting his local indie and giving an e-book on the making of SIDEKICKS. Check it out. 

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Drawings from Kids


Check out this drawing by Mario. He was asked by his teacher to make up a character that might be included in Punk Farm on Tour. Mario said that his flamingo was radical. I agree! And I think Mario is radical, too. Keep drawing, sir!