By Trudi Strain Trueit
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Now a freelance journalist and writer, she has published more than 40 ﬁction and nonﬁction children’s books, including the Innovation Library title Video Gaming. Trudi has a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. ). Among her favorites are A Bug’s Life and The Cat Came Back.
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28 Nick Park poses with his characters Wallace (left) and Gromit in 2005. An i ma ti on M a k i n g Th e i r M a r k Nick Park At the age of 13, Nick Park was making animated movies in his attic in England. In 1985, Park joined Aardman Studios. He went to work ﬁnishing a project he started in ﬁlm school. The ﬁlm was called A Grand Day Out. Park used clay to make the ﬁlm’s stars: a man named Wallace and his faithful dog, Gromit. Park’s attention to detail and clever storytelling took stop-motion animation to new heights.
Animation by Trudi Strain Trueit