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by Adam Woog

  • Author: Adam Woog
  • ISBN: 0737726164
  • ISBN13: 978-0737726169
  • ePub: 1446 kb | FB2: 1493 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Arts Music & Photography
  • Publisher: KidHaven; 1 edition (June 17, 2004)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 335
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Godzilla (Monsters) ePub download

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Godzilla, the king of the Japanese movie monsters, has been an enduring pop-culture icon for fifty years

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Godzilla, the king of the Japanese movie monsters, has been an enduring pop-culture icon for fifty years. His on-screen presence has evolved from the relatively crude portrayal of a giant rampaging beast in his initial 1954 appearance to his more recent high-tech image.

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Adam Woog, a native Seattleite and lifelong visitor to the locks, has written dozens of books for children, young adults, and adults. He has a special interest in biography and history, and several of his books focus on Pacific Northwest topics. Mor. rivia About Godzilla.

Throughout the book, Adam Woog's writing is clear and simple, which should keep young readers engaged. The writing struck me as somewhat stronger than Greenberger's, but dryer than Thorne’s.

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Godzilla, the king of the Japanese movie monsters, has been an enduring pop-culture icon for fifty years. His on-screen presence has evolved from the relatively crude portrayal of a giant rampaging beast in his initial 1954 appearance to his more recent high-tech image, as a defender of humans and an ecological savior. Throughout, Godzilla has been both exciting and terrifying.
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We bought this for our grandson, who had been checking the same book out from his elementary school library as often as allowed. He loves to read it and look at the pictures.
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