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Books with author Gail Taylor

  • By Mildred D. Taylor Let the Circle Be Unbroken


    Hardcover (Perfection Learning, 2002, Jan. 1, 2002)
    Let the Circle Be Unbroken by Taylor, Mildred D. [Perfection Learning, 2002] ...
  • So You Want to Write a Screenplay A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing for Film, Video, and Television: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing for Film, Video, and Television

    Taylor Gaines

    Paperback (Atlantic Publishing Group Inc, Jan. 1, 2017)
    Writing for the big screen may seem like a job for the experienced, but the fact is, it's for everyone. Take Celeste Davis, for example, who at fourteen wrote the screenplay for Purgatory House and appeared on five critic's lists for best film of the year. Even if you don't see immediate success, you have to start somewhere. Steven Spielberg, for example, was rejected from college three times before becoming the huge success he is today. Getting started at a young age is the key to mastering a skill. Imagine already having a screenplay or two under your belt by the time you apply for college - that's exactly what this book will help you to accomplish. You will learn a variety of skills, including: how to write a screenplay, from capturing the audience at the introduction to having a satisfying conclusion how to use screenplay-writing software how to pitch and sell your screenplay when the time comes and how to interact with agents, giving you a competitive edge over other young writers. Veteran screenwriters, producers, agents, and directors have been interviewed for this book, giving you inside secrets to the industry. If you are eager to jump into Hollywood as the newest young writer, this step-by-step guide will help you get there.
  • Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry


    Paperback (Penguin Books Ltd Uk, )
  • Livewire Investigates Phar Lap

    Gail Taylor

    Paperback (Cambridge University Press, )
  • Livewire Real Lives: Victor Chang

    Gail Taylor

    Paperback (Cambridge University Press, )
  • So You Want to Write a Screenplay: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing for Film, Video, and Television

    Taylor Gaines

    eBook (Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc., Jan. 5, 2017)
    This guide will give you the lowdown on the entire screenwriting process. Knowing the ins and outs of the business will give you a leg up on your competition. In this book, every aspect of the script-writing process is covered, from your initial idea to pitching your screenplay to agents and executives.
  • Draw my Zoo: Prompted children's drawing book

    Taylor Garff

    Paperback (Independently published, Jan. 14, 2019)
    This is a story paper typed prompted journal for childrenIncludes prompts like: "Draw an ostrich" and "Draw a buffalo".6x9 inchesMade in the country where orderedMatte cover, perfect binding
  • Larnasia's Heir: Book One in the Realm of Larnasia Trilogy

    GR Taylor

    language (, May 29, 2018)
    Larnasia’s Heir follows the story of Princess Alivia Farnican, the true heir to the Larnasian throne. When her father, King Sardimon, plots to have her assassinated so her brother can rule in her stead, her mother’s long-term friend and former lover, Galen, steps in to protect the princess until such a time when she is able to take what’s rightfully hers.Larnasia’s Heir is a coming of age story for Alivia as she grows up away from the trappings of the royal life that awaits her. When her guardian and the only father figure she’s ever known falls ill, Alivia must return home to Larnasia and to the fate that awaits her there.
  • Bears at Work

    Gage Taylor

    Hardcover (Chronicle Books, June 1, 1995)
    A colorful and informative book of witty verse helps children explore the world of work, as twenty-six industrious bears introduce children to a variety of jobs, from fortune teller to umpire, juggler to lifeguard, adventurer to zookeeper. IP.
  • This Is No Ordinary School

    G. Taylor

    language (Singularity School, Jan. 17, 2012)
    This is a story for kids ages 6 and up. It's about Jesse and Spencer and some other kids are in a very different kind of school. For one thing they go to class by putting on 3D glasses and brain wave sensors. Another difference is that their classes are more like video games than regular classes. The kids interact with the computer by talking to it...and it talks back.They never knew exactly why they get points or even what they needed to do to get points, but that was just part of the game. There were very few instructions or guides at the Singularity School.The computer had been monitoring the kids’ diet and exercise routines and making suggestions. When the kids followed a suggestion they not only got points in the health and willpower skills, they also got extra time in the games. The computer only allowed so many minutes of game time per player, but you could earn extended time through various challenges and activities. The opposite was also true, bad habits could cause you to lose playing time. Extended time was one of the ways some players advanced so fast through the games and levels. They were also healthier and often happier in general, which was nice. The Singularity School is as concerned with their health outside of the games as it was with their skills inside the games.Jesse knew that somehow they were in this game to help Moshi, but with no family or tribe left she didn’t know what they could do. It wasn’t like other video games where they could just start over, and their time in the game was very limited. She could see and feel everything, but she could not actually move objects. She couldn’t force Moshi to do anything, she had to persuade him. She was really no more than an imaginary friend to Moshi. She didn’t know what would happen if Moshi died, and she didn’t want to find out. Then she had an idea...
  • The Federal Reserve System

    Gary Taylor

    Library Binding (Chelsea House Pub, June 1, 1989)
    Traces the history of the Federal Reserve System, describes its responsibilities, and explains how it stabilizes the American economy
  • Sissy the Angel Dog

    Gary Taylor

    Paperback (Tate Publishing, Nov. 26, 2013)
    Sissy said good-bye to all her angel friends and went to the transformation room to be transformed into a dog. There was a full-length mirror in the room, and she gazed into it after the transformation was completed...and was amazed at what she saw. She was looking at the cutest little puppy she had ever seen... She thought to herself, God is so amazing. I can't believe I ever doubted his wisdom. There are many angels with floppy ears and paws among us. Sissy the Angel Dog is one family's story about their encounter with one of these splendid creatures. Dogs are, without a doubt, man's best friend. Sissy the Angel Dog is a story of life and death, of heartache, and of never-ending faith in God. You will laugh and cry as you read Sissy's story and the impact she had on her family. Sissy the Angel Dog will be sure to make you marvel at the power and love given to the human race by God when he created such loveable animals. The day God created dogs, he just sat back and smiled.