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Machines Go to Work



Awards: Virginia Readers' Choice

Recommendations: Booklist; Horn Book; Kirkus Reviews; Publishers Weekly; School Library Journal, Starred Review


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Portrait of a Digital Artist part 1Portrait of a Digital Artist part 1

A profile of Machines Go To Work author and illustrator William Low. William provides an in-depth look at his artist process, from conception to publication from inside his New York City studio.

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Portrait of a Digital Artist part 2Portrait of a Digital Artist part 2

A profile of Machines Go To Work author and illustrator William Low. William provides an in-depth look at his artist process, from conception to publication from inside his New York City studio.

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Portrait of a Digital Artist part 3 Portrait of a Digital Artist part 3

A profile of Machines Go To Work author and illustrator William Low. William provides an in-depth look at his artist process, from conception to publication from inside his New York City studio.

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William Low on the art of New York CityWilliam Low on the art of New York City

William Low talks the amazing artwork of New York City.

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William Low - Life in the BronxWilliam Low - Life in the Bronx

Author/illustrator William Low talks about his childhood in The Bronx.

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Machines Go To Work

William Low talks about his newest book, Machines Go To Work.

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