Famous Movie Monsters: Meet Godzilla
The 48-page book, part of the Famous Movie Monsters series authored by Robert Greenberger, was published by The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. on January 1, 2005. It was designed by Thomas Forget and edited by Kathy Kuhtz Campbell.
The book gives a basic overview of the Godzilla franchise.
- Chapter 1: The Coming of Godzilla (p. 4)
- Chapter 2: Gojira, the Making of a Modern Myth (p. 14)
- Chapter 3: Reflection on Society (p. 29)
- Chapter 4: Godzilla, the Phenomenon (p. 34)
- Filmography (p. 41)
- Glossary (p. 43)
- For More Information (p. 44)
- For Further Reading (p. 45)
- Bibliography (p. 46)
- Index (p. 47)
For Further Reading
- Aylesworth, Thomas G. Movie Monsters. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1975.
- Cain, Dana. Collecting Japanese Movie Monsters. Norfolk, VA: Antique Trade Books, 1998.
- Cerasini, Marc. Godzilla at World's End. New York: Random House Children's Books, 1998.
- Cerasini, Marc. Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters. New York: Random House Children's Books, 1998.
- Cohen, Daniel. Hollywood Dinosaur. New York: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 1987.
- Cohen, Daniel. Science Fiction's Greatest Monsters. New York: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 1986.
- Daniels, Stephen. Movie Monsters. Manwah, NJ: Watermill Press, 1980.
- Hollings, Ken. Destroy All Monsters. London: Marion Boyas Publishers, 2001.
- Lees, J.D. The Official Godzilla Compendium. New York: Random House, 1998.
- Marrero, Robert, and Margot Winick, eds. Godzilla-King of the Movie Monsters: An Illustrated Guide to Japanese Monster Movies. Key West, FL: Fantasma Books, 1996.
- The Official Godzilla Movie Fact Book. Adapted by Dawn Margolis. New York: Scholastic Books, Inc., 1998.
- Powers, Tom. Movie Monsters. Minneapolis: Lerner Publishing Group, 1989.
- Quackenbush, Robert, and Kathleen Tucker, eds. Movie Monsters and Their Masters: The Birth of the Horror Film. Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman & Company, 1980.
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