Children's Lit Livejournal Mood Theme by jadelennox

accomplished
(Madeleine
L'Engle)

aggravated
(John R.
Neill)

amused
(Palmer
Cox)

angry
(Trina Schart Hyman)

annoyed
(Dr.
Seuss)

anxious
(Edward
Gorey)

apathetic
(Ellen
Raskin)

artistic
(Brian
Pinkney)

awake
(Quentin
Blake)

bitchy
(Arthur
Rackham)

blah
(David
Macaulay)

blank
(Ellen
Raskin)

bored
(Edward
Gorey)

bouncy
(Pauline
Baynes)

busy
(Trina Schart Hyman)

calm
(Mary Shepard)

cheerful
(Chris
Raschka)

chipper
(Daniel
Pinkwater)

cold
(Edward
Gorey)

complacent
(Ellen
Raskin)

confused
(Quentin
Blake)

contemplative
(The
Dillons)

content
(Ellen
Raskin)

cranky
(Trina Schart Hyman)

crappy
(Alona Frankel)

crazy
(John
Tenniel)

creative
(Trina Schart Hyman)

crushed
(Tomi
Ungerer)

curious
(Daniel
Pinkwater)

cynical
(Palmer
Cox)

determined
(Trina Schart Hyman)

depressed
(Ellen
Raskin)

devious
(Quentin
Blake)

dirty
(Margaret B. Graham)

ditzy
(Kurt
Wiese)

disappointed
(? Cover Queen of Attolia)

discontent
(Natalie
Babbitt)

distressed
(Trina Schart Hyman)

dorky
(James
Marshall)

drained
(Edmund
Dulac)

drunk
(Maurice
Sendak)

ecstatic
(Robert
McCloskey)

embarrassed
(Robert
Lawson)

energetic
(Maurice
Sendak)

enraged
(Esphyr
Slobodkina)

enthralled
(David
Wiesner)

envious
(Dr.
Seuss)
exanimate: cover of Pullman's _The Golden Compass_
exanimate
(Rodothea
Froudarakis?)

excited
(David
Wiesner)

exhausted
(Chris Van Allsburg)

flirty
(William Steig)

frustrated
(John
Tenniel)

full
(Peggy
Fortnum)

geeky
(John R.
Neill)

giddy
(Louis
Glanzman)

giggly
(Randolph Caldecott)

gloomy
(Arnold
Lobel)

good
(Chris
Sheban)

grateful
(Pauline
Baynes)

groggy
(Janell Cannon?)

grumpy
(Dr.
Seuss)

guilty
(Quentin
Blake)

happy
(Tomie
DePaola)

high
(Pauline
Baynes)

hopeful
(Madeleine
L'Engle)

horny
(Natalie
Babbitt)

hot
(Arnold
Lobel)

hungry
(Maurice
Sendak)

hyper
(Randolph Caldecott)

impressed
(Emily
Arnold McCully )

indescribable
(Edward
Gorey)

indifferent
(Natalie
Babbitt)

infuriated
(not
sure)

intimidated
(Arthur Rackham)

irate
(John R.
Neill)

irritated
(Arnold
Lobel)

jealous
(Walter Crane)

jubilant
(David
Wiesner)

lazy
(Bernard Waber)

lethargic
(Walter Crane)

listless
(Norton
Juster)

lonely
(Maurice
Sendak)

loved
(Hayao Miyazaki)

melancholy
(Kate
Greenaway)

mellow
(Beatrix
Potter)

mischievous
(Quentin Blake)

moody
(Norton
Juster)

morose
(Norton
Juster)

naughty
(Mercer Mayer)
nauseated: Cover of Coman's _What Jamie Saw_
nauseated
(Max Ginsburg)

nerdy
(Tomie
DePaola)

nervous
(John R.
Neill)

nostalgic
(Pauline
Baynes)

numb
(Edmund
Dulac)

okay
(Barbara
Cooney)

optimistic
(John R.
Neill)

peaceful
(Natalie
Babbitt)

pensive
(Maurice
Sendak)

pessimistic
(Walter Crane)

pissed off
(Beatrix
Potter)

pleased
(Tisen & Taylor)

predatory
(Quentin Blake)

productive
(Gunilla
Wolde)

quixotic
(Will
Eisner)

recumbent
(John R.
Neill)

refreshed
(Maurice
Sendak)

rejected
(Louise
Fitzhugh?)

rejuvenated
(Ingrid Vangnyman)

relaxed
(Paul
Zelinsky)

relieved
()

restless
(Chris Van Allsburg)

rushed
(not
sure)

sad
(Trina Schart Hyman)

satisfied
(Ludwig
Bemelmans)

scared
(Edward
Gorey)

shocked
(Arthur Rackham)

sick
(Gunilla
Wolde)

silly
(Kevin
Henkes)

sleepy
(Jessie
Wilcox Smith)

sore
(Norton
Juster)

stressed
(? Elephant's Child)

surprised
(David
Wiesner)

sympathetic
(Arnold
Lobel)

thankful
(Faith
Ringgold)

thirsty
(? Cover
Our Cup is Broken)

thoughtful
(?
Jones)

tired
(Edward
Gorey)

touched
(Quentin Blake)

uncomfortable
(Edward
Gorey)

weird
(Edward
Gorey)

working
(Trina Schart Hyman)

worried
(Maurice
Sendak)









You want 'em? They're yours. (Well, they are mostly under copyright -- this is fandom, and illegal, and we hope they know we appreciate the art and buy the books. I've listed the illustrators, so you can seek them out. And you should; these are all good!) You can give me credit or not; it's nice, but I'm not worried about it (and in that vein, the format and instructions of this page are gakked from livejournal user mpoetess).

  1. You must Have a paid Livejournal account to use a custom moodtheme.

  2. You must Have your own server space, or someone who's willing to host the pictures on their server for you; only suberic users may use the images as posted here (starting the instructions from step 5). Free servers like Geocities, Tripod, Angelfire, etc., won't work, because they block pictures stored on them from being displayed on outside sites. If you can post a picture in a livejournal entry and have it display properly, then you have access to the right type of server.

  3. Assuming the aforementioned are true: first, download the zipped file of moods, here: moods.zip

  4. Next, unzip it, and upload all the images to your server.

  5. Log in to your livejournal account, then go to http://www.livejournal.com/admin/console/

  6. In the text box there, type (or paste): moodtheme_create "Jadelennox's Children's Lit Moods" "Children's Lit moods."

  7. Click "Execute"

  8. Note down the number that it gives you as a Theme ID -- this is important.

  9. In the zipped file of images, there is also a file called chlitmoods.txt. Open it -- use vi, emacs, Word, Wordpad or some other program that will let you do a "Replace All."

  10. Replace (replace all) "yourmoodthemeIDnumber" with the actual number that you were given as a Theme ID. (Told you it was important!)

  11. Replace (replace all) "yourserveranddirectory" with the actual server and directory into which you uploaded the image files.

  12. Save in case your computer crashes. Then select all, and copy the entire contents.

  13. Go back to http://www.livejournal.com/admin/console/
  14. This time, in the command box, paste the entire contents of the modified chlitmoods.txt file.
  15. Click "Execute"
  16. You should get a response page that lists out each image and tells you that it was set correctly.
  17. Finally, go to http://www.livejournal.com/modify.bml. Scroll down to the box where you can choose a mood icon set, and at the very bottom, below the fixed LJ moods, you should now find Jadelennox's Children's Lit Moods. Choose that, click Save Changes, and you have a new Children's Lit mood set!