Make a Scene Dinosaurs

This is no ordinary coloring book.

Author: It Mega Make

Publisher: Chirpy Bird

ISBN: 1742978460

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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Make it Mega is a new CandA range with a double purpose. First, colour in each page, then tear them all out and piece them together like a puzzle to make two amazing customised posters for your wall. D Dinosaurs includes all the favourite dinosaurs as well as more obscure ones. Each page is a fantastic scene which is then part of a much larger picture. After you've coloured in the pages, just tear them out and piece them together. Then turn the pages over to make a second awesome poster. Roam the jungle and plains with dinosaurs on one side, then swim with them on the other.

Make a Scene

Write Scenes that Move Your Story Forward In Make a Scene, author Jordan E. Rosenfeld takes you through the fundamentals of strong scene construction and explains how other essential fiction-writing techniques, such as character, plot, and ...

Author: Jordan Rosenfeld

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781582976891

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

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Write Scenes that Move Your Story Forward In Make a Scene, author Jordan E. Rosenfeld takes you through the fundamentals of strong scene construction and explains how other essential fiction-writing techniques, such as character, plot, and dramatic tension, must function within the framework of individual scenes in order to provide substance and structure to the overall story. You'll learn how to: • Craft an opening scene that hooks readers and foreshadows supporting scenes • Develop various scene types - from the suspenseful to the dramatic to the contemplative - that are distinct and layered • Tailor character and plot around specific scene types to better convey the nuances of your storyline • Create resonating climactic and final scenes that stay with readers long after they've finished your work

Make a Scene Revised and Expanded Edition

Writing a Powerful Story One Scene at a Time Jordan Rosenfeld ... To make scene construction clear, start with the basic function and structure of a scene.

Author: Jordan Rosenfeld

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440351471

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 274

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The definitive guide to writing scenes--now revised and expanded! Scenes are the building blocks for any work of fiction--the DNA sequence that makes a novel un-put-downable and unforgettable. When writers are able to craft effective, engaging scenes, they can develop a complete, cohesive story--and a mesmerizing experience for readers. Make a Scene Revised and Expanded Edition takes you step-by-step through the elements of strong scene construction and demonstrates how the essential aspects of a compelling story--including character, plot and dramatic tension--function within the framework of individual scenes to give momentum to the whole narrative. You'll learn how to: • Craft an opening scene that hooks readers and foreshadows conflict. • Develop various scene types--from contemplative to suspenseful to flashback--that are distinct and purposeful. • Establish characters' intentions within a scene that drive the plot. • Transition into new scenes by clearly establishing details of setting, character, and point of view. • Create resonating climactic and final scenes that stay with readers long after they've finished your story. The revised and expanded edition includes brand-new examples, an increased focus on advancing plot and character development, and the same knowledge and clarity that writers have come to expect from Jordan Rosenfeld. Make a Scene is an essential part of any novelist's library--make sure it's in yours.

Make the Scene Better

VISTA Pamphlet 210-2 December , 1967 Make the scene . Better . pur INTRODUCTION VISTA Volunteers who spend a year of their lives.

Author: Volunteers in Service to America

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:30000011062746

Category: Urban renewal

Page: 23

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Don t Make a Scene

Diane made a mental note to cancel her trip to the Sundance Film Festival. ... sat her down with a stylist to discuss how they would DON'T MAKE A SCENE 63.

Author: Valerie Block

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN: 9780307483935

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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As Diane Kurasik nears the rapids of her fortieth birthday, it seems her world is taking on the bittersweet tones of a life-change comedy from the 1970s, something starring Glenda Jackson or Jill Clayburgh. The director of a Greenwich Village revival house cinema and a single woman who has watched everyone else move on, Diane is reminded daily of her status and her limitations. Clearly there is some lesson she was supped to lave learned by now, but what it is continues to elude her. Vladimir Hurtado Padrón has troubles of his own. Although he fled Cuba a decade earlier, he still can’t convince his estranged wife in Havana to grant him a divorce. When Diane meets and falls for Vladimir, he is up front about the stalemate in his personal life, letting her make her own decisions. Diane considers the minor role he has to offer and wonders: Would Ingrid Bergman put up with this? An eviction notice jolts Diane out of her home and her routine–aren’t all New York stories ultimately about real estate? Diane shuttles between the couches of friends and family, dodging advice and criticism in equal measure and touring countless fatally flawed Manhattan apartments. Meanwhile, Vladimir refuses to succumb to nostalgia as he deals with the exile’s dilemma: What happens when you can’t go home? Then an unexpected visitor from Vladimir’s past arrives on the scene and becomes captivated by Diane just as her ardor for Vladimir is cooling. Diane considers returning his affections, and wonders if she’s lost her mind. An unabashed valentine to cinema, Don’t Make a Scene is a sparkling, witty novel that asks, Do movies satisfy the yearning, or merely fan the flames? Valerie Block uses tart humor and a deceptively light touch in this fiercely intelligent look at how the movies shape and haunt us, and what happens when the eternal allure of classic movies collides with the daily indignities of contemporary life. Don’t Make a Scene is a refreshing comedy about finding fascination, irritation, and joy in unexpected places.

The Templeton Twins Make a Scene

This—what the twins just did—is called “making a scene.” It's an oldfashioned term for behaving in an emotional manner in public and embarrassing innocent ...

Author: Ellis Weiner

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781452129891

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 272

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With its kid-perfect humor and dynamic illustrations, Book 1 of the hilarious Templeton Twins series left young readers clamoring for more. This time, Abigail and John Templeton find themselves at TAPAS (the Thespian Academy of the Performing Arts and Sciences) where their father, the illustrious Professor Templeton, has been hired to invent a groundbreaking theatrical device. Once again, there is drama (of course!), silliness, and suspense, as the twins (and their ridiculous dog) must thwart the dastardly Dean brothers in order to save the invention as well as their father (and the dog). Oh yes, there is sure to be another recipe. This time for guacamole. Or is it coleslaw?

Let s Make a Scene Short Plays and Scenes for Grade School Performers

2) Plays are often broken into large sections called Acts, and contain several Scenes. The area behind the stage, often hidden by a wall or curtains.

Author: M.J. Gallagher

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312387614

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 84

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Kids love to play! These short plays and scenes are great for students to use to put on a show. Playmaking is a craft. A play is something you build with your friends! Ask yourself: Who'll direct it? Where do we get the costumes, & props? How will we create the sound effects? Who'll turn on/off the lights? Play scripts are fantastic tools for teaching Group interaction; Creativity & Expression; Technical skills; Language, including ESL And so much more! Includes: ""Djinn Rummage"" in which self-centered Doreen finds a genie at a rummage sale. ""All that Glitters"" in which the bumbling Behr Brothers thought they had struck gold when they kidnapped the heiress to the Golden Throne port-a-pottie empire. ""Candy is Dandy,"" a macabre modern take on the classic ""Hansel & Gretal."" Select scenes from ""Cindy Claus Versus the Easter Bunny"" (the sequel to ""Cindy Claus Saves Christmas""). ""Birdbrains,"" sitcom-style mini-episodes about best friends Sydney (""the Brain"") and fun-loving, goofy Bird & their friends!

Just Don t Make a Scene Mum

. . The five teenagers’ paths (and those of their mortifyingly embarrassing parents) cross and part throughout this hilarious book set in Leehampton.

Author: Rosie Rushton

Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.

ISBN: 9781848122246

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

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Parents – Aaaaargh! Jemma’s are out of date. They still think she should wear the hand-knitted jumper with little bears on it to school – and they call her petal in public! Laura’s are divorced. Gone is the lovely big house. Now it is a grotty little one. And her mum was seen kissing Melvyn outside Tesco . . . Sumitha’s want her to keep their cultural traditions – which don’t include boys, make-up or a trendy hair cut . . . Jon’s keep bragging about his academic brilliance – but in reality it’s not stellar, nor is it where his heart is . . . Chelsea’s mum is a writer of ghastly features for the local paper, an agony aunt and a wearer of mini-skirts . . . The five teenagers’ paths (and those of their mortifyingly embarrassing parents) cross and part throughout this hilarious book set in Leehampton.

Make Your Own Adult Video

Make Your Own Adult Video is the perfect handbook for all couples.

Author: Petra Joy

Publisher: Harper Paperbacks

ISBN: 0060851929

Category: Self-Help

Page: 128

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Make Your Own Adult Video is the perfect handbook for all couples. Whatever your aims and ambitions, and regardless of previous experience, you and your partner will find everything you need. Petra Joy guides you from the planning stage to the finished masterpiece. From cell-phone cameras to digital video: find out what equipment you need, and get to grips with how it works. Starring and directing: learn how to overcome your inhibitions and make a professional-level video. Setting the scene: make your video special by choosing great props, acting out fantasies, and taking inspiration from the classics. Be inspired: illustrated storyboard sequences show you how to work out sexy plots and 3D room-set diagrams provide the real deal for setting up hot-and-steamy scenes. Postproduction: find out how to edit footage, lay down a soundtrack, and create a master. The law, privacy, and trust: advice and information for protecting yourself and ensuring that your movie doesn't fall into the wrong hands.

Make a Scene People

Create your own scene with this oversized board with repositionable vinyl stickers!

Author: Playbac

Publisher: Play Bac Pub USA

ISBN: 1602141185

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 10

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Kids love customization and they also love stickers. So why not give them both? Introducing a new interactive board book series that gives kids the power to decorate their very own play scenes, with vinyl stickers! With Make a Scene! People, kids are provided with five different illustrated landscapes that they can decorate with fifty repositionable stickers. The stickers become the “players" for each “stage.” The books are written with simple text designed to inspire and ignite the imaginations of young children. And while they are having fun with their stickers, kids will also learn about the different environments that people inhabit all over the globe. Kids can decorate their farm scene with their horse and farmer stickers. Or, if they are feeling silly, kids can place their cowgirl sticker in the tropical beach scene, or place the farmer sticker in the city landscape. It's up to them!

Animals

Create your own scene with this oversized board with repositionable vinyl stickers!

Author:

Publisher: Play Bac Pub USA

ISBN: 1602141193

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 10

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Kids love customization and they also love stickers. So why not give them both? Introducing a new interactive board book series that gives kids the power to decorate their very own play scenes, with vinyl stickers! With Make a Scene! Animals, kids are provided with five different illustrated landscapes that they can decorate with fifty repositionable stickers that come with the book. The stickers become the “players" for each “stage.” The books are written with simple text designed to inspire and ignite the imaginations of young children. And while they are having fun with their stickers, kids will also learn about animal habitats. Kids can place their crab stickers on the beach page, or add toucan stickers to complete the rain forest scene. Kids can also use their stickers to craft their own wonderfully wacky world where polar bears live in the desert and dolphins swim in the forest!

Making the Scene

Accompanied by historial references and interviews with a vast array of music professionals, this comprehensive guide for musicians and artists of all types looking to move to and make a name for themselves in Nashville provides a wealth of ...

Author: Liam Sullivan

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN: 9781617740893

Category: Music

Page: 264

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Accompanied by historial references and interviews with a vast array of music professionals, this comprehensive guide for musicians and artists of all types looking to move to and make a name for themselves in Nashville provides a wealth of information on networking, the music scene and more. Original.

Don t Make a Scene Mum

Will Laura get to know the who wrecked his bike at her curb? Find out in Just Don't Make a Scene, Mum . Cool, diverting comedy.--The London Times.

Author: Rosie Rushton

Publisher: Turtleback

ISBN: 0613214552

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 231

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Will Laura get to know the who wrecked his bike at her curb? Find out in "Just Don't Make a Scene, Mum!." "Cool, diverting comedy."--"The London Times."

Writing Scenes for Screenplays

When scenes aren't connected, the story feels disjointed. When scenes are connected, the story flows effortlessly.So making sure you have a great idea is just the first step to writing a great story.

Author: Wallace Wang

Publisher:

ISBN: 1522070842

Category:

Page: 245

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Everyone can come up with a great idea for a story. That's easy. The hard part is turning a great idea into a great story.In the movie world, Hollywood often tries to turn great ideas into great stories by relying on A-list stars and directors, expensive computer-generated special effects, and plenty of gunfire and explosions with hints of sex thrown in. While all this can attract an audience's attention, it can't turn a great idea into a great story all by itself. Just witness the constant string of expensive flops that litter the Hollywood landscape. If hiring the hottest actors or directors doesn't guarantee a great story, and spending money on outrageous stunts and special effects won't turn a great idea into a great story, then what's the answer? The answer lies in making every moment count. From start to finish, every second has to entice, captivate, and seduce the audience into forgetting that they're sitting in a theater seat. Every moment must transport the audience into another world so they no longer feel as if they're watching a movie but feel as if they're experiencing the same emotions as the characters they see on the screen.To do that, it all boils down to writing great scenes one after another.A scene acts as the basic building block of story-telling. Tell just one weak scene and your entire story risks falling apart. Watch great movies like "Star Wars," "Casablanca," "The Shawshank Redemption," and "Titanic" and there isn't a single scene that distracts from the story. Instead, each scene pulls you along from start to finish, holding your attention and sending you on an emotional roller coaster. By the end of the movie, you may not even realize how many scenes you've seen. All you know is that you've experienced an emotional rush without even realizing how much time has gone by. You probably can't even remember all the scenes you just watched, but you do know how they all made you feel.To create a great story, you need to write great scenes. It's as simple as that.Of course, you first need to come up with a great idea. A great idea gives your story a destination. Until you know where your story will go, you won't know which scenes you need to make it work.After you have a great idea, then you can focus on writing great scenes. Scenes aren't isolated entities but mini-stories that connect to each other. One scene sets up the pay off in a later scene. When scenes aren't connected, the story feels disjointed. When scenes are connected, the story flows effortlessly.So making sure you have a great idea is just the first step to writing a great story. The second step is to execute that story idea through compelling scenes that pull us through the entire story from start to finish. You don't want to have a great idea and turn it into a boring story. To turn a great idea into a great story, you need to know how to structure scenes, and that's what this book is all about.Introduction Chapter 1 -- The Elements of a Scene Chapter 2 -- The Goals in a SceneChapter 3 -- Linking Scenes TogetherChapter 4 -- The Parts of a Scene Chapter 5 -- Scene Enhancing Techniques Chapter 6 -- Defining the Main Goals of a StoryChapter 7 -- Scene Structure Chapter 8 -- Introducing the Hero and VillainChapter 9 -- The Symbol of Hope Scenes Chapter 10 -- The Mentor Scenes Chapter 11 -- The Leap of Faith SceneChapter 12 -- Act IIa ScenesChapter 13 -- Act IIb ScenesChapter 14 -- The First Half of Act IIIChapter 15 -- The Second Half of Act III Chapter 16 -- Outlining a StoryAppendix -- Exercises

Make a Scene

Retta decides to attend the wedding of her ex, who's engaged to her cousin. She does have one problem: the amazing boyfriend she plans to bring along doesn't actually exist.

Author: Mimi Grace

Publisher: Library and Archives Canada

ISBN: 199910823X

Category:

Page: 230

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Faking this relationship should be a piece of cake. Retta Majors is having a bad day. But that's to be expected when your ex gets engaged to your cousin. Instead of (totally) freaking out, Retta decides to attend the wedding with her amazing, faithful, and handsome boyfriend. One problem...He doesn't exist. Duncan Gilmore is living his dream. His boxing gym is open for business, and he's focused on success. The last thing on his mind is a relationship. That is until the beautiful baker next door makes him an offer so bizarre, he can't refuse. One weekend of pretending to be Retta's boyfriend should be easy. However, shared kisses and some flirting start to blur the lines in their fake relationship. When their performance draws to a close, will they go their separate ways or return for an encore? This novel is a standalone. Content Notes: A pregnant secondary character