Harry Potter: A Hogwarts Christmas Pop-Up
About the book
2020 IBPA Awards Winner! Celebrate the holidays at Hogwarts with this interactive pop-up book and advent calendar. Harry Potter: A Hogwarts Christmas Pop-Up is a one-of-a-kind book that re-creates the iconic Great Hall as seen in the Harry Potter films, complete with a 13" pop-up Christmas tree at the center. Countdown to Christmas: The book is filled with 25 keepsakes of iconic magical artifacts and other elements from the films, which can be used as ornaments to decorate the pop-up tree! Create a holiday centerpiece: Fun for all ages! Over the month of December, create a delightful centerpiece, over a foot tall, with a sparkling tree topper and shining ornaments including Hermione's Time-Turner, the Monster Book of Monsters, Hogwarts house crests, and more! Learn about Christmas at Hogwarts: A softcover booklet tucked behind a door in the top left corner is packed with behind-the-scenes details on the props, set designs, and special holiday moments featured throughout the films. Recapture the holiday memories from the Harry Potter series, or create your own, as you celebrate the holidays with this must-have collectible for fans of the Wizarding World.
"Muggles everywhere will absolutely love the magic within the pages of this gorgeous keepsake book." Romper.com
"This is one book that will be kept with our Christmas decorations and brought out every year. It's an easy and fun way to integrate a bit of Harry Potter into the season."-- "Geekdad"
Insight Editions Biography
Jake S. Friedman is a New York-based writer, teacher, and artist. He is a longtime contributor to "Animation Magazine" and Animation Mentor, and has also written for "Animation World Network, " the "Philadelphia Daily News," and the "Huffington Post." He was an animation artist for Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, and "Saturday Night Live. "Currently he is an adjunct professor of art and animation at the Roy Disney Studio for Animation Studies at Mercy College in New York City and is writing the authorized biography of animation legend Art Babbitt. Chris Wedge is an Oscar(R)-winning film director, producer, and cofounder of Blue Sky Studios. Beginning his career as a stop-motion animator, Wedge later joined MAGI/Synthavision, where he was one of the principal animators for the groundbreaking Disney movie "Tron" (1982). He directed the character animation sequences for the Warner Bros./Geffen Films production "Joe's Apartment" (1996), and served as creative supervisor on numerous feature films and commercials. Wedge wrote and directed Blue Sky's first film, the touching short "Bunny" (1998), which won an Academy Award for best animated short film. It was the first film to use radiosity, Blue Sky's own advanced ambient lighting technology. In addition to the Academy Award, "Bunny" has won more than twenty-five international awards for animation excellence. Wedge then directed (with Carlos Saldanha) Blue Sky's first two computer-generated animated feature films, "Ice Age" (2002), which was nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature film, and "Robots" (2005). He was executive producer of "Ice Age: The Meltdown" (2006), which has grossed more than $638 million worldwide; "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! "(2008), the first Dr. Seuss CG-animated feature film; "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs," which grossed over $887 million worldwide; and the global hits "Rio" (2011) and "Ice Age: Continental Drift." Last year, he directed the animated feature "Epic," a 3-D CG adventure comedy that reveals a fantastical world unlike any other. Earlier in 2014, he was an executive producer on "Rio 2." Wedge is a 1981 graduate of the SUNY Purchase film department. He received his Master of Arts degree in computer graphics and art education from the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design at Ohio State University. After graduating from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Carl Ludwig began his career in the aerospace industry at the Bendix Corporation, where he designed instrumentation and air data equipment for the Lunar Excursion Module, and the C5A, Mohawk, S3A, and B1B aircraft. During his tenure at Bendix, he received two patents for his work. Ludwig then joined Celco, a specialty display company, where he served as a design consultant. While at Celco, he was instrumental in the design of NASA's first "quick l ... Read full biography
|Languages:||| English ||
|Publication date:||Oct. 22, 2019|
|First Publication Date:||None|
|Publication City/Country:||San Rafael, United States|