Harry Potter: Based on the Film Phenomenon

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Insight Editions, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 12 pages
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This collectible Harry Potter pop-up book, based on the creative development of the films, features exquisite original artwork by Andrew Williamson, concept artist for all eight movies. With dynamic pop-ups animating memorable moments and locations — like the Triwizard Tournament, Diagon Alley, and Hogwarts Castle — Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Book offers a 3-D glimpse into the amazing world, as seen in the films. This deluxe book will delight Harry Potter fans with dynamic pop-up ingenuity, insights from the creative team who turned JK Rowling’s stories into movie magic, fascinating facts about the magical universe seen in the movies, and Harry Potter memories and memorabilia packed into every page.

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A colleague had this book and brought it in for me to use during my current Harry Potter unit with my students. I was blown away! This is one of the best pop-up books I have ever experienced. My ... Read full review

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I'm in love with this. It's not only informative, but incredibly detailed as well. I'm in awe. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Andrew Williamson has worked as a lead concept artist on all of the Harry Potter films, including the forthcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I and Part II. Trained as an architect at Cambridge University and certified in 1990, he worked on the new British Library at Euston and a number of commercial and residential projects. His work has been published in numerous architectural publications, The Art of Batman Begins (2005), and he is currently developing a series of comic book projects.

Bruce Foster has designed nearly 40 pop-up books for publishers, museums, and corporate clients. His publishing clients include Simon & Schuster; Random House; Little, Brown and Company; Melcher Media; Becker & Mayer; Disney-Hyperion; Candlewick Press; Disney Productions; the Museum of Modern Art; and Insight Editions. Bruce has worked with some of today’s leading illustrators and artists such as Chuck Fischer, Mo Willems, The Charles Schultz Studio, Mick Coulas, Sachiko Yoshikawa, Marjorie Priceman (Little Red Riding Hood, Simon & Schuster, 2000), and many more.

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