Gollywood director, J.B. Tuttlebaum
Anamazie Marie LaBelle is already a busy turkey who balances baton twirling, singing and dancing lessons. In spite of all of this, her real dream is to become a movie star. After leading the Wattleville Marching Band down Gobbleville's Main Street one day, she finally learns how she can go about achieving her dreams.
• See what it’s like to make a movie.
• Work with others.
• Inspire friends.
Readers follow the main character on her journey from a turkey living in a small town to the big city of Gollywood. They get to share in her frustrations and learn how she solves problems along the way. Ultimately, kids ages five to eight get to be a part of Anamazie's success.