Books Similar to Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters: Inside His Films, Notebooks, and Collections

Are you interested in finding books similar to Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters: Inside His Films, Notebooks, and Collections by Guillermo del Toro? Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters: Inside His Films, Notebooks, and Collections can best be described as follows: The perfect companion piece to an enthralling new exhibition on the visionary work and fervent imagination of director Guillermo del Toro.In 2016, a new exhibit on the work of visionary director Guillermo del Toro will begin at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), before moving on to the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and the Minneapolis Museum of Art (MIA)..

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Books Similar to Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters: Inside His Films, Notebooks, and Collections

1. The Tapper Twins Tear Up New York by author Geoff Rodkey.
Description: In the follow up to the New York Times bestseller The Tapper Twins Go to War, the twins’ school scavenger hunt turns into a ‘madcap, uproarious romp around the Big Apple’ full of ‘action, hilarity, and mayhem’ (School Library Journal). Geoff Rodkey delivers another pitch-perfect ultra-modern comedy told as oral history with texts, screenshots and smartphone photos.

2. The Tapper Twins Go to War (With Each Other) by author Geoff Rodkey.
Description: This bestselling first book in the Tapper Twins series is a hilariously authentic showcase of what it’s like to be in middle school in our digitally-saturated world, told as a colorful ‘oral history’ with photos, screenshots, text messages, chat logs, and online gaming digital art.Twelve-year-old twins, Claudia and Reese, who couldn’t be more different.

3. The Worst Class Trip Ever by author Dave Barry.
Description: In this hilarious novel, written in the voice of eighth-grader Wyatt Palmer, Dave Barry takes us on a class trip to Washington, DC. Wyatt, his best friend, Matt, and a few kids from Culver Middle School find themselves in a heap of trouble-not just with their teachers, who have long lost patience with them-but from several mysterious men they first meet on their flight to the nation’s capital.

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