The following entry presents an overview of Say's career through 2005.
For further information on his life and career, see CLR, Volume 22.
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INTRODUCTIONPRINCIPAL WORKSAUTHOR COMMENTARYGENERAL COMMENTARYTITLE COMMENTARYFURTHER READING(Born James Allen Koichi Moriwaki Seii) Japanese-born American illustrator, photographer, and author of picture books and juvenile novels.
The fly line (today, almost always coated with plastic) is heavy enough to send the fly to the target.
The main difference between fly fishing and spin or bait fishing is that in fly fishing the weight of the line carries the hook through the air, whereas in spin and bait fishing the weight of the lure or sinker at the end of the monofilament or braided line gives casting distance.
Winner of the 1994 Caldecott Medal, Say is a Japanese-American author and illustrator who is best-known for his picture books.
In addition to Say's Caldecott for Grandfather's Journey (1993), he also received a Caldecott Honor citation for his illustrations for Diane Snyder's The Boy of the Three-Year Nap (1988).
Casting a nearly weightless fly or "lure" requires casting techniques significantly different from other forms of casting.
Recognized for creating works which are notable for providing preschoolers, primary graders, and young adults with substantial messages in a gentle manner, Say focuses on such themes as the relationships between people or between people and nature in texts that characteristically include Asian characters and settings.
Several of his picture books and juvenile novels are autobiographical or semi-autobiographical in nature.
Single people sign up for a half-dozen dating sites and apps in order to widen their pool, yet most won't break the height taboo.
Men should date women who are taller than they are, and women should date shorter men.