The Golden Compass: Official Illustrated Movie Companion by Brian Sibley
  

The Golden Compass: Official Illustrated Movie Companion

Written by Brian Sibley

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The esential guide to what will be the children's 'must see' film of this Christmas.

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The Golden Compass: Official Illustrated Movie Companion by Brian Sibley

A combination of a 'making of' book and a guide to Pullman's "His Dark Materials" world, this book features several photographs from the film, and interviews with cast, director, crew and production departments, character biographies and movie synopsis.

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About the Author

Brian Sibley

Brian Sibley is a writer and broadcaster. He has presented various television and radio programmes, including the BBC's FIRST LIGHT series, the World Service's MERIDIEN, and the radio dramatisation of C. S. Lewis' Narnia stories. His books include a biography of Rev W Awdry.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback

Author

Brian Sibley
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

5th November 2007

ISBN

9781407103235

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