If you’re just interested in TV writing, entertainment, or the process of making a cartoon series you’ll find this book informative
Killin’ Generals: The Making of the Dirty Dozen, the Most Iconic WW II Movie of All Time takes a look at the The Dirty Dozen, from the book to the big screen
James Chapman delved into archives, first-hand sources, as well as unfinished scripts to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the movie
I think much of the information in it is nothing earth-shattering. However, I enjoyed Mr. Britt’s assessments and commentaries throughout.
This book is a highly detailed, chronological account of how it all unfolded. I’m surprised I actually enjoyed a book which pulls from various media sources
A document written by Rabbi Gurion ben Judah Maccabee and “translated and re-translated from the Hebrew and the English” before being published
While Lisa Napoli’s take on Bhutan is strictly of an outside observer, I still found the window she opened to the country fascinating
The Mother Tongue by Bill Bryson is a collection of amusing and fascinating pieces of trivia grouped by topic (barley though) about the English language
The book is an easy to read overview of the process, in layman’s language, targeting those in the entrainment industry from novices to experienced professionals
Reading about the process from an industry expert with a mind to teach rather than just boast, is enlightening to any fan of animation.