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Brother Bear: A Transformation Tale
     

Brother Bear: A Transformation Tale

by H. Clark Wakabayashi, Wendy Lefkon (Editor), Hiro Clark Wakabayashi (Designed by)
 
Rooted in the lore of Pacific Northwest culture, Brother Bear is a tale of the strong brotherhood between all living creatures. It is also about discovering the power of change in our world, whether it be the change from winter to spring, or from small to large, or the transformation of a boy to a man. This epic story combines humor and emotion with breathtaking

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Rooted in the lore of Pacific Northwest culture, Brother Bear is a tale of the strong brotherhood between all living creatures. It is also about discovering the power of change in our world, whether it be the change from winter to spring, or from small to large, or the transformation of a boy to a man. This epic story combines humor and emotion with breathtaking images of nature and wildlife from a time long forgotten.

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Children's Literature
The title of this book refers to more then one transformation. Anyone familiar with the popular animated Disney movie "Brother Bear" may understandingly think that this book is about the character transformation that occurs in the film. This book, however, primarily focuses on the evolution of the process that took place in creating the film. What began as a simple idea for a film about bears set in North America became a long and oftentimes frustrating process that took six years to bring to fruition. All of the tiniest details are given in this informative but occasionally drawn out book. A thorough insight into the creative efforts, talents, and differences involved in the filmmaking process are provided and there are plenty of magnificent pictures and sketches that illustrate the film's steady progression. The reader will certainly gain a greater appreciation for the filmmaking process but may lose interest by the arduous route this book takes to get there. 2003, Disney Editions, Ages 12 up.
— Denise Daley

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786854202
Publisher:
Disney Editions
Publication date:
11/01/2003
Pages:
124
Product dimensions:
11.25(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

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