Date of Award


Document Type




First Reader

Professor Carrie Sharp

Second Reader

Dr. Kathy Collins

Third Reader

Professor Carey Roberson


This honors thesis includes two parts. The first is a paper written on the history of illustration in children's literature, the ways in which illustrations are created, and the psychological reasoning and effect of illustration in children's literature. The second part is a book created for children to inspire an interest in illustration and give basic information about different kinds of illustration.

Book - Kelsi Coleman.pdf (18503 kB)
Children's book on illustration



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