A lavishly produced, four-colour book, "The Art of Coraline" takes readers inside the making of the blockbuster film "Coraline," to be released in theaters March 2009. Taking readers behind the scenes to experience the entire creative process of the movie, The script, and the book including the making and use of the puppets, the visual effects, the art of filmmaking and the process of turning a book into a movie. The book will feature interviews with all the major stars, the director, and Neil Gaiman."Coraline" is the story of a little girl who discovers a door in her family's new house. The door once led to a room, but when the old house was converted into apartments the doorway was bricked up. That is, until Coraline sneaks the key from her distracted mother, opens the door ...and enters an alternate universe, where dogs eat nothing but chocolate, cats can talk, and she is greeted enthusiastically by her Other Parents. Gaiman fans, cinema buffs, and visual art enthusiasts will all delight in a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the making of an extraordinary film.