Super Skills in 10 Easy Lessons

Super Skills in 10 Easy Lessons

I love books that talk you through how to do different things in a really engaging way. I was recently sent a copy of a book called How to Make a Movie in 10 Easy Lessons. The book is a lovely spiral bound book which talks the reader through the ten key steps to making a movie.

How to make a movie

When my brother and I were younger and struggling to do homework, or feeling overwhelmed by the size of a project, my Dad would tell us to think about it as though we were eating an elephant, ie: you wouldn’t eat an elephant all in one go as it’s too big, so take a chunk at a time.

how to make a movie1This books follows the same sort of theory, by splitting the idea of making a movie into ten key sections then the idea becomes much more doable.

There’s loads of advice and tips and tricks which make this a really engaging book for children as well as lots of explanations of technical terms. It covers from the beginning of writing a script and planning a storyboard up to filming and showing the finished film.

It’s a great idea and I can’t wait to see the future titles in this series which are due to be published in the autumn.

This book is released today (15th June) and will be the perfect book for a summer project. I am thrilled that QED are offering two of my readers the chance to win a copy. To win all you need to do is complete the Rafflecopter entry below.

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