“I wrote the text and described the covers in the script. We actually hired a different artist to design the cover of each book. I worked with them to do it, but that was different people’s artwork so that’s why they each kind of had their own voices as illustrations. We also animated [the books], and I think you can see it on YouTube. The books that Suzy doesn’t read from in the movie, I wrote a little paragraph of text for each, and then we animated, I think, six of them.” – In the event that you were curious, Wes Anderson tells Vanity Fair about those books Suzy read in Moonrise Kingdom.
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