Weekend Reviews, Oct. 20-21
Monday Morning Miscellany, October 22

Blogging for a Cure: Robert's Snow, Week 2

The blizzard of festive snowflake art continues. Through November various blogs will be featuring individual children's book illustrators' snowflakes from the Robert's Snow: for Cancer's Cure online auction. The snowflakes themselves are a bit more than 5 inches big. Proceeds go to funding cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. The first round of bidding starts in November; see the Robert's Snow web site for complete details. Grab a pencil and paper, and be prepared to make a wish list! On Tuesday, artist Marion Eldridge visits Chicken Spaghetti as part of the Blogging for a Cure effort, so stay tuned.

Today's Featured Snowflakes

Matthew Cordell, featured by “LindaBudz” at Just Like the Nut
Maxwell Eaton III, featured by Darla at Books and Other Thoughts
Roz Fulcher, featured by Sheri Goad at Goading the Pen
Susie Jin, featured by Stephanie Ruble at sruble’s world
Susan Mitchell, featured by “MsMac” at Check It Out


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In addition to all the illustrators featured on the blogs over the next few weeks, even more are participating in Robert's Snow. More art is likely coming in as we speak. You can see all of the pieces at the Robert's Snow web site. If only time and schedule constraints had enabled us to feature everyone, Robert's Snow: Blogging for a Cure could have taken over the Internet. Next year! Meanwhile, fight cancer, buy a snowflake. 


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