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  • Format: Main Book
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  • Published on: 8/18/2009
  • ISBN: 9781933784892
  • Pages: 180
  • Trim Size: 1110 x
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The Art & Making of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

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Product Description

Sony Pictures’ eye-popping animated version of Judi and Ron Barrett’s beloved children’s book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs recasts the classic story with a contemporary look and plot. This book describes, through revealing behind-the-scenes discussions and amazing developmental art, how this visual feast came to be. Presented in a bold, die-cut slipcase that could have been designed by Flint Lockwood himself, this lavishly illustrated account is a delight for fans of the book and animation buffs alike.

About the Author

Tracey Miller-Zarneke, Author: Tracey Miller-Zarneke has long been fascinated with the world of animation, way beyond her credited roles on the feature films Meet the Robinsons, Chicken Little, and The Emperor’s New Groove. She has previously authored eight books on the art of animation, including the first two books in The Art of Kung Fu Panda series, The Art and Making of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Art of Planes, and The Art of How to Train Your Dragon. Tracey worked as technical editor for the second edition of the textbook Producing Animation and as an editorial advisor for Directing for Animation. She also serves on the board of directors for the organization Women in Animation. In the non-animated realm, Tracey lives in Los Angeles and channels her creative energy into work as a writer and playtime with her two sons.

Judi Barrett, Author: Judi Barrett is the author of many well-loved children's books, including the acclaimed bestseller Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Pickles to Pittsburgh, Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing, and Things That Are Most in the World. She teaches art to kindergarten students at a school in her Brooklyn, New York, neighborhood.