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mcctrish
The Animators | Kayla Rae Whitaker
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AnneCecilie
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#7days7covers - day 6 #CoverCrush

For seven days I‘ll post a favorite cover with no explanation
(This book is still on my tbr)

Do you want to join in @Suet624 ?

Crazeedi Great cover!! 6d
Suet624 Oh, thank you so much but I‘m horrible at posting this kind of thing. 💕💕 5d
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Christy2318
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Mehso-so

There was some good stuff in here but the book droned on forever about the history of Pixar. It was weak on the subtitle topic of overcoming forces that stand in the way of inspiration too. I skimmed the last 40% of the book.

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SassyBookworm
Walt Disney: Conversations | Kathy Merlock Jackson, Walt Disney
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? | Jeffrey Price, Robert Zemeckis, Christopher Lloyd, Frank Marshall, Arthur Schmidt, Alan Silvestri, Robert Watts, Peter S. Seaman, Bob Hoskins, Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer, Stubby Kaye, Amy Irving, Dean Cudney, Amblin Entertainment (Firm), Silver Screen Partners (Firm), Touchstone Pictures, Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Firm)
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Anyone remember these!!? I loved these!

Paperwhite Oliver & Company 😍 1mo
LibrarianRyan I loved those. But i had them on record. 1mo
MoonWitch94 Oliver & Company is my FAVORITE!! And I loved Roger Rabbit as well. 1mo
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Scochrane26 I‘m older than you. I had a Star Wars book w/ record (it might have been a tape, not sure). 1mo
Estherhasredhair I miss Richard Williams already! It may be time to revisit Rodger Rabbit 1mo
TheAromaofBooks I had several My Little Pony stories! 1mo
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VioletMoonBooks
How to Train Your Dragon | Cressida Cowell
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VioletMoonBooks
Treasure Island (Collins Classics) | Robert Louis Stevenson
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Pedrocamacho
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Mehso-so

This travelogue / graphic novel is more subdued than Delisle‘s travelogue of North Korea. However, it‘s still a fun and fast read.

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VioletMoonBooks
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Becker
The Animators: A Novel | Kayla Rae Whitaker
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Is it fair to dislike a book just because you disliked the characters? I think the author did a fine job writing this but I couldn‘t stand either of the two main characters. Not sure why I even finished it but I feel bad saying that because it‘s not really a reflection of the quality of the book.