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Academy Alum Turns Script into Successful Children's Book

Academy of Art University has a reputation for teaching students to take unexplored paths and to seek out hidden opportunities, and Bruce Angel is the perfect example. Bruce, an Academy alumnus, recently published a successful children’s book that is receiving rave reviews. “I Believe in Santa Claus,” Bruce’s first book, was published this year by PublishAmerica. The book is already becoming a treasured story in homes across the country. The story, about a boy searching for Santa Claus in a quest to help his sister, is especially valued by parents. Bruce has created an instant classic that helps families talk to their children about Santa Claus.

Cover image of I Believe in Santa Claus

Bruce Angel received his MFA in Motion Pictures & Television from the Academy in 1999. So how did he get into the business of children’s books? “I Believe in Santa Claus” was originally a script, and it was Bruce's creativity and drive that reinvented the story for a different industry. “I Believe in Santa Claus” is his second screenplay, written shortly after his graduation from the Academy of Art University.

“I wouldn’t even be a writer if it weren’t for the Academy,” says Mr. Angel. Academy of Art University is certainly proud to call this versatile, talented writer one of its own.

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