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By Evangeline Walton. 1983
By Arthur G Slade, Pierre Corbeil, Jocelyne Doray, Hélène Laplante. 2007
Quinze monstres issus de folklores du monde entier se voient ici consacrer six pages chacun au fil desquelles sont révélés… leur âge, expressions favorites, films préférés, lieux de prédilection, meilleurs souvenirs du secondaire, taille, cote d'élégance, caractéristiques physiques particulières, pouvoirs, origines, etc. Un ouvrage qui s'inscrit sous le signe de l'humour, mais qui n'en présente pas moins quelques informations intéressantes sur les légendes entourant Dracula, Golem, Méduse, Loki, Frankenstein, le Sasquatch, Baba Yaga, le monstre du Loch Ness, et plus. Années 5-8. 2007. Titre uniforme: Monsterology.
By Judy Allen, Nelly Zeitlin, Florence Bas. 2010
Réédition. En neuf chapitres (Le petit peuple - Esprits et génies de la nature - Animaux étranges - Bêtes fabuleuses… - Les créatures mythologiques - Magie et sortilèges - Les métamorphoses - Les morts-vivants - Fantômes et apparitions), cette encyclopédie répertorie les créatures fantaisistes nées de l'imagination des hommes de l'Antiquité à nos jours, issues non seulement de la littérature d'"heroïc fantasy", mais du folklore et de la mythologie des cinq continents. Années 4-7. 2010. Titre uniforme: Fantasy encyclopedia.
By Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Quesada. 2014
Best-selling Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis reveals the comic book writing secrets behind his work on The Avengers, Ultimate… Spider-Man, All-New X-Men, and more.Arguably the most popular writer in modern comics, Brian Michael Bendis shares the tools and techniques he uses to create some of the most popular comic book and graphic novel stories of all time. Words for Pictures provides a fantastic opportunity for readers to learn from a creator at the very top of his field. Bendis's step-by-step lessons teach comics writing hopefuls everything they'll need to take their ideas from script to dynamic sequential art. The book's complete coverage exposes the most effective methods for crafting comic scripts, showcases insights from Bendis's fellow creators, reveals business secrets all would-be comics writers must know, and challenges readers with exercises to jumpstart their own graphic novel writing success.
I died in 1990, in an automobile accident in Alaska on the Seward Highway. Soon thereafter, I found myself sitting… on the ground outside my home in south Anchorage. Only my home wasn't there. Actually, the whole subdivision was missing. Because I soon learned that it wasn't 1990 anymore; it was 1963. But how could that be? In 1963, I was a 9-year old boy living in upstate New York. How did I get here, and why? Could I get back the life I knew? I wanted my wife back! Meeting With The Well Known details my journey back to 1990 from 1963. The impossible circumstances, the delicate change of history, and the call of God to challenge the Church's misconception of time. An adventure so incredible, I dare not declare it as true.
By Nadia Hleb, Ricardo Cebrián Salé. 2016
This is not one of those books that suggests reading Sun Tzu's The Art of War even on the toilet,… but rather gives practical tips to help inexperienced writers with their battles… With the help of various acclaimed authors and real historical examples, you’ll learn: *What to keep in mind when designing a battle *What types of weapons exist and why they’re used *Different real tactics that you can apply *Different options for narrating a battle
By Laura Watkinson, Guus Kuijer. 2016
One of Northern Europe's most popular writers, Guus Kuijer was fascinated with the Bible from an early age, but was… never able to believe it, no matter how hard he tried. Now, in prose that is humorous and sometimes irreverent, Kuijer reinterprets the most popular book in the world, making it new again for the twenty-first century and for the first time rendering it accessible to "unbelievers"—that is, to people who are ready to appreciate it as something other than a sacred text. The first volume of The Bible for Unbelievers tells the story of the Book of Genesis as an agnostic novel in which man's curiosity causes creation, not God alone. Kuijer explores the nagging loneliness of the universe before creation. He asks if man and woman are indeed God's handiwork or vice versa. The entire cast of characters in this Bible is imperfect, a little lawless, and at times fumbling and jealous—God included. Kuijer's afterword tells us that no story can "come to life unless the storyteller makes it his or her own." There's a charming invitation in these pages for us all to dare to revisit our founding myths and the roles we play in them. The Bible for Unbelievers is here to draw us into questions that have no answers. It does so not with fear or religiosity, but with joy.
By L. Ron Hubbard, K. D. Wentworth. 2010
Discover Imaginative New Worlds of Tomorrow. Discover the new visionaries of imagination in the Writers of the Future. Established in… 1983 by L. Ron Hubbard expressly for the aspiring writer, Writers of the Future has become the most respected and significant forum for new talent in all aspects of speculative fiction. Never before published first-rate science fiction and fantasy stories selected by top names in the field. "Not only is the writing excellent...it is also extremely varied. There's a lot of hot new talent in it." --Locus Magazine