When we include images in Bloom books, someone owns them and you need to have permission to use them. They may be your own, someone may have drawn them for you, they may have come out of the Art of Reading image library, or you may have gotten them elsewhere. The first thing you need to do is make sure that you have permission to use them. And once you’re sure about that, you need to acknowledge them on the book’s Credits Page.
The best way to give credit for images is by putting the acknowledgement text into the “Original (or Shell) acknowledgements” box at the top of the Credits Page. If all of your images came from the Art of Reading, you could use this text:
“Illustrations from: International Illustrations–the Art of Reading version 3.0 under license CC-BY-SA”
If only some of them are from the Art of Reading, you will need to specify which pages, as in the following example:
“Illustrations on the cover and pages 1, 2, 5, and 6 are from: International Illustrations–the Art of Reading version 3.0 under license CC-BY-SA”
And if there are images from another source, you would add the text for those images, too. In this example, there is an image from “Paul Bloom” that was added to page 4:
“Illustration on p.4 is from: Paul Bloom under license CC-BY”