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By Janie Reinart
Drawing is the first form of storytelling. My granddaughter, Madeline said,"I can hardly wait for spring so I can dance in the grass."
Just look at the beloved classic, Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson. What fun to draw your own adventures.
Aaron Becker, the author/illustrator of Journey comments on the back flap of the book jacket. "To this day, his favoriet destination remains his imagination, where he can often be found drawing secret doors and magic lanterns."
Don't forget Drew Daywalt's "crayons books". Have you seen his latest?
Or if you prefer chalk:
What would you do with a magic crayon? Use your imagination and start drawing a story. You might even find a secret door.