KidLit TV | StoryMakers with Jeff Baron
“No one knows about Sean’s Hollywood life: his parents don’t know, the teachers don’t know…and because they don’t know about it, they can’t ease the way for him. He has to figure everything out for himself…and I think that’s inspiring for kids” –– Jeff Baron A few fun facts about Jeff: • I Represent Sean Rosen was his first book! • He’s also an accomplished screenwriter and filmmaker. • His television writing credits include The Tracey Ullman Show.
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Hi. My name is Sean Rosen, and here’s some of what’s in this book: 1. Two big Hollywood studios fight over my movie. 2. I get asked (by Coach Obester!) to join the track team. 3. I show you a very cool scene from the screenplay for my movie. 4. My neighbors leave me in charge of their dog, Baxter. The craziest part of the story. 5. I’m pretty sure the scariest guy in show business is trying to steal my best idea. A lot happens. It’s funny. It’s exciting. If you didn’t read my first book, don’t worry. You will like this book. If you did read it, you’ll like this one even more. I promise.
Sean Rosen knows what he wants. A ten-million dollar deal with a big Hollywood studio. The only problem is, he doesn’t know a single person in show business. He and his mom (a nurse) and his dad (a plumber) live far away from Los Angeles or New York. Figuring it out as he goes, using only his laptop and his phone, Sean makes amazing progress in his quest, which no one else has a clue about. Except you, if you read this book. It’s good. And it’s funny. Trust me. I should know, because I represent Sean Rosen. You can visit Sean Rosen’s site, too! www.seanrosen.com From seanrosenbooks.com: Jeff Baron grew up in suburban New Jersey, the son of a secretary and a clothing salesman. The first in his family to go to college, Jeff got a film degree from Northwestern University, where his comedy writing and lyrics were frequently performed on and off campus. He worked for the skiing trade association for a few years, then got an MBA from Harvard Business School. During his two years at Coca-Cola, Jeff managed the creation and introduction of Ramblin’ Root Beer. He left to become a Marketing Director for Warner Amex Satellite Entertainment Company, which became MTV Networks. He left the corporate world when his dad became seriously ill, while Jeff was still in his 20’s.
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