Degrassi Generations: The Official 411

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Simon and Schuster, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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Are you hooked on Degrassi: The Next Generation?

Were you a die-hard fan of Degrassi Junior High?

Then you must read DEGRASSI: GENERATIONS!

This amazing book takes you behind the scenes of Degrassi: The Next Generation, Degrassi High, Degrassi Junior High, and The Kids of Degrassi Street. Find out from the past and present actors and crew what it's like to be a part of one of TV's most successful teen series.

Degrassi has been critically acclaimed for its refreshingly real characters, true-to-life story lines, and fearless confrontation of serious issues. Now, get the exclusive inside story on the amazing twenty-five year history of the Degrassi phenomenon!

With dozens of interviews and over 700 photos -- many from the personal collections of the Degrassi cast -- Degrassi: Generation is the ultimate fan book!

 

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User Review  - rampaginglibrarian - LibraryThing

not much substance here (except for the origins of the original Degrassi Junior High, High School and Degrassi kids~which is exactly what i was looking for) but what can you say? Read full review

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Excellent book, started and finished it in one night....however it says Billy Parrot was in the "Evil Dead", I am a huge fan of the cult classics...could not find any evidence supporting that one...could you have meant his role as a security guard in "Resident Evil"?

Contents

PREFACE
4
THE DEGRASSi STORY
8
STORY LINES SCRIPTS
20
CHARACTERS ACTORS
26
THE LOOK SOUND
96
THE ISSUES
134
DEGRASSI OUT THERE
142
PARTY
148
THE EPISODES
154
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS CREDITS
190
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About the author (2005)

Kathryn Ellis has written TV scripts for "Degrassi Junior High" and "Degrassi High" and is author of two Degrassi novels, "Maya" and "Joey Jeremiah".

Kevin Smith is currently Chair of the XMPP Council, having served as a Council member since 2006, and is also the co-author of several XMPP extensions. He has been the project leader on Psi, a popular open-source client for Jabber/XMPP communications since 2004, and has contributed to various other XMPP projects, covering code libraries, automated bots and assorted XMPP utilities.

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