JACOB WONDERBAR AND THE COSMIC SPACE KAPOW… the book trailer!
Order JACOB WONDERBAR today!
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Huge, massive thanks to the incredible Brent Peterson for his direction, and who is open for business in case you’d like to utilize his talents: www.page2screen.net
Illustrations by Christopher S. Jennings and music by Quantum Music Works.
Marilyn Peake says
Cool! And congratulations on the upcoming publication of JACOB WONDERBAR!
Ghenet Myrthil says
Amazing! Can't wait to read it. 🙂
Hollister Ann Grant says
Cooler than cool! I love it… especially the freakin' corn dog!
Pamela DuMond, D.C. says
I loved your book trailer! The flying corndog was hysterical. Good job!
Here's what The Trailer Guys did for my book, Cupcakes, Lies, and Dead Guys. https://tinyurl.com/3uvcsy9
Zoe Winters says
Fun! I'm getting it on my kindle.
NYT best seller list, here you come!
wry wryter says
Nathan, this couldn't happen to a nicer guy.
Many happen Kapows from this day forward!
LOVE it! I was laughing out loud. Can't wait for my kids to read your books!
Jan O'Hara (Tartitude) says
Loved it. Very cute and full of kid appeal. Congrats.
Looks exciting – I'm sure my 7 year old will love this one. Awesome trailer!
Well done, Nathan! Can't wait to read it…
That is one of the most brilliant things I've seen in a long time!
Fred Rix says
How awesome! And HUGE LOL – I went to the page2screen website only to discover that is the same company / artist who did the wonderful trailer for a book I illustrated – How To Build Your Own Country, from the Cititzen Kid series! So… now I know!
Judith Mercado says
Awesome. You had me from the first note. And never let go. Congratulations.
Seriously the best book trailer I've ever seen. It looked like professional animation. Congrats and best wishes for many more books.
I see a kid's morning cartoon show coming our way like a corn-dog. (Actually, I'm Australian, so I've absolutely no idea what a corn-dog is, but I'm willing to run with it.)
Truly, if I showed that trailer to my kids, they'd be looking for the cartoon adaption.
What age range is the book aimed at? And will it be available downunder?
Sommer Leigh says
This was so awesome I laughed until I had tears in my eyes. Wonderful and I can't wait!
KM Fawcett says
This book trailer was REALLY good. I can't wait to read the story with my kids! Too bad it won't be out before Easter, would love to add it to the Easter basket.
Amanda Hoving says
This book is totally up my alley. And the trailer? Show me a corn dog flying across the sky, and you have a faithful reader for life.
Awesome! Can't wait to get my hands on a copy…maybe I'll even share it with my daughter.
Douglas Brown says
I'm excited for you Nathan. You have helped so many of us over the years, I just hope for nothing but success. Great trailer, btw.
Ella Schwartz says
ADORABLE! My favorite part… the flying corn dog 🙂
JM Leotti says
Terrific trailer! I love the humorous syncing of music and images. Very well done! Can't wait to read!
Other Lisa says
That is just perfect!
Renee Collins says
I love how the "Cosmic Space Kapow" words come on with the music. Cute. 🙂
The Red Angel says
Um, the book trailer was basically brilliant. This looks like it's going to be one awesome book, Nathan. And I have always loved children's books, I know I'm going to order me a copy. xD An early congratulations is in order!
Meghan Ward says
Congrats! Awesome trailer! And I learned something about the Star Wars theme from reading the comments.
Rex Jameson says
That was one of the best book trailers I have ever seen. Totally fit the genre, and I think kids are going to love it!
my son's smile spread from ear to ear when i showed him this! he's sooooo excited!
That was a fun trailer. Though I gotta say, the spaceship needs a new set of shocks to smooth out the ride.
Cute as heck, clever, and well done. Best of luck with the book.
I hated it.
(Of course, I'm only saying that because I though you might appreciate a little variety in your comments.)
Of course it was adorable! It had a corndog floating in space.
Pamala Knight says
That was AWESOME!! My ten year old son watched with me and insisted that we buy the book immediately! So, you're hitting your demographic (and then some ;-)). Congratulations!!
J. T. Shea says
Apologies for naming the composer as Richard Wagner. It was Richard Strauss.