It's a nice colorful book of layout and storyboard art. I know Good Reads is more about fiction and non-fiction narrative stories with a beginning, middle, and end. A check box waits for you to click it as to say you finished this adventure and your on to the next reading experience.
This is an Art book. I do not phrase it in this context to diminish it's value comparing it to a 'picture book'. I want the potential buyer know the value in this is seeing the documentation and craftsmanship of the pitch men, concept artists and animators as they work to bring some of the most stunning and recognizable animated movies of all time to life.
The book goes in a chronological order, starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The last film to be represented is Le lo and Stitch.
Note: this is part of a series. I have several books in the series. As a lover and appreciator of Animation the book is fantastic. I love seeing the thought process of these brilliant men and women. Though much of the content is pencil drawings. If you are more interested in colorful concept art I would recommend Design in the Archive series before this one.