- ハードカバー: 12ページ
- 出版社: Insight Editions; Pop版 (2010/11/16)
- 言語: 英語
- 対象: 4 - 8歳
- ISBN-10: 1608870081
- ISBN-13: 978-1608870080
- 発売日： 2010/11/16
- 商品パッケージの寸法: 3.8 x 22.9 x 27.9 cm
- おすすめ度： 1 件のカスタマーレビュー
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: 洋書 - 47,671位 (洋書の売れ筋ランキングを見る)
Harry Potter: Based on the Film Phenomenon (英語) ハードカバー – 2010/11/16
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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."
Lisa Rojany Buccieri has 17 years experience in publishing, specializing in novelty formats and unique children's books. She has worked at several major publishers and has written nearly 100 children's books. She lives in suburban Los Angeles with her husband and three daughters.
Sachiko Yoshikawa moved to San Francisco from Japan in 1988 to study art. She has illustrated numerous books for young readers. She lives in Washington state.
Bruce Foster is the paper engineer behind dozens of elaborate pop-up books for both publishers and fine art museums. Bruce's pop-up magic also appeared in Disney's new movie, "Enchanted. "Bruce lives with his wife, Lori, and daughters, Nicole and Lydia, in Houston, Texas.
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As if the fantastic artwork were not enough to make me buy this book, the unbelievable amount of source information on the filming of the Harry Potter franchise puts this book in a rank of its own. I have seen other well-made pop-up books about famous films, but I have never before seen one that explains about how the film was made and how the scenes were conceived. This book goes so far as to tell you the real-life name of Hedwig and the fact that the owl had "stand-ins." Because of this level of detailed information, reading it is a very satisfying learning experience. And if you are thinking that this information targets a more mature audience, think again. This book's descriptions of behind-the-scenes facts are written in a manner that most reading levels can easily grasp.
Adding together the brilliant artwork and informative content of this book, I would highly recommend its purchase to any Harry Potter fan.
The book has five pop ups, which are of Diagon Alley, Hogwarts, Magical Creatures, Magical Games and sports and the Dark Arts and they're accompanied by little side pop ups and interactive features. I'm amazed at how much stuff they put into the book. I feel like every time I open it, there is something I hadn't seen before.
I think all the pop ups are great, but where are Ron and Hermione? They are nowhere in this book. I would have liked to see them in at least one pop up. Even though there is no supporting cast, I still think this book is a must have for all Potter fans.
That said, I did find some issue with the pop-up construction. These are large pop-ups and I assume the construction is complex, but I didn't expect to have continuous issues with pop-ups sticking half-open and having to finagle with them to get them to straighten up. Also I don't know if it's just a flawed book I have, but the dragon head is positioned so it looks like it is staring at the floor with her chin/jaw planted on her chest. It looks awkward and wrong, bothering me every time i look at that page.
I had purchased two because it was such a great deal at the time ($9 ea.) and am still intending to give the second as a gift. I know that even if the pop-ups are sticky my friend (a true HP fan) will still love it.
Altogether there are five full page pop-ups, and yes, I wish there had been more, but considering how intricate each of these pop-ups are, I'm satisfied. The first pop-up is of Diagon Alley, and there is a smaller pop-up of darling Hedwig, the snowy owl and beloved pet of Harry. It was interesting to discover that Hedwig was played by a real-life snowy owl named Gizmo and several stand-ins. There's also a small pop-up of the Weasley's Wizard Wheezes storefront.
The second pop-up is my favorite, that of the amazing Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It is truly an amazing example of paper engineering, and reminded me of the life-size model which I saw when I visited the Wizarding World of HP at Orlando last fall. Then there's a small pop-up of the Durmstrang ship and also the Beauxbaton's carriage which appeared in HP and the Goblet of Fire.
The third pop-up features some of the magical creatures that make their appearances during the various Harry Potter films. There is Aragog the giant spider, Buckbeak, thestrals, centaurs, and Hagrid's brother Grawp. Also featured is Hagrid's hut with Hagrid and his pet dog posing outside. The two smaller pop-up inserts feature Fluffy, the three-headed dog which guarded the sorcerer's stone, and the scene where Harry and his classmates are repotting mandrakes.
The next pop-up features Magical Games and Sports and opens up to reveal Harry trying his best to get the Golden Egg from the Hungarian Horntail. The dragon looks magnificent! The smaller pop-ups feature a miniature Wizard's Chess session as seen in HP and the Sorcerer's Stone, and the second one opens to reveal Ron in a victorious moment during a game of Quidditch.
The final pop-up is the darkest in theme and appearance. It reveals the Dark Arts as depicted in the Harry Potter movies. There's Harry stuck in the graveyard, at the mercy of Lord Voldemort with his cronies there to assist him (Lucius Malfoy, Wormtail, and other Death Eaters). A smaller pop-up features Nagini, Voldemort's giant snake, while another reveals the gruesome Inferi, and finally the last little pop-up is one of the Dementors.
This pop-up book makes a nice addition to any Harry Potter fan's library.