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Contest for Teachers Only: Toy Story 3 Art Book

posted by Nell Minow

I have one copy of this gorgeous book about the artwork behind “Toy Story 3″ for some lucky teacher. Little kids will enjoy seeing pictures of their favorite characters, older kids will appreciate the behind-the-scenes information and everyone will learn a lot from the way the people at Pixar, well, learn a lot as they try many different ways to tell the story before they finally get it just right. The fact that the movie itself is about the power and importance of imagination and story-telling makes that lesson even more compelling.

Write me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with Teach in the subject line and tell me about your classroom. Just a sentence or two will be fine! I look forward to hearing from you and I wish I had enough books for everyone. (I have another teachers-only prize coming up soon, so stay tuned!)

My policy on conflicts and accepting promotional items is available on this blog.



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