Film, Video Matthew Reinhart and Robert Sabuda: 2008 National Book Festival

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Title
Matthew Reinhart and Robert Sabuda: 2008 National Book Festival
Summary
Matthew Reinhart and Robert Sabuda appear at the National Book Festival.
Event Date
September 27, 2008
Notes
-  Matthew Reinhart, who studied at Pratt Institute, has created many award-winning pop-up books, including "Cinderella," "Star Wars: The Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy" and "Mommy?" (by Maurice Sendak and Arthur Yorinks). He is the co-creator with Robert Sabuda of the New York Times best-selling three-volume pop-up series "Encyclopedia Prehistorica." The team's latest pop-up series is "Encyclopedia Mythologica" which leads off with "Fairies and Other Magical Creatures" (Candlewick, 2008). He lives in New York City.
-  Award-winning author and illustrator Robert Sabuda developed an interest in pop-up books while still a child in middle school. Now his books have been named as Bank Street Best Books of the Year and ALA Notable Children's Books and have received the CBC/NCSS Notable Children's Book Award, among others. His best-selling pop-up books include "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," "America the Beautiful" and "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." He is co-creator with Matthew Reinhart of the New York Times best-selling three-volume pop-up series "Encyclopedia Prehistorica," and their latest collaboration is "Encyclopedia Mythologica: Fairies and Other Magical Creatures" (Candlewick, 2008). He lives in New York City.
Related Resources
National Book Festival: http://www.loc.gov/bookfest/
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Running Time
27 minutes, 5 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video

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