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Program 013

 

 

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Monty and Martine
introduce this show's theme:
Windows & Mirrors of Literacy

 

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Artistic Director of the Pocket Full of Tales Theater Company Kristy Pace makes Shakespeare accessible to 11- and 12-year-olds.

Find out more about the children’s theatre programs at
www.natickarts.org/tcan_childrenstheatre.php
and at www.pocketfulloftales.com.

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Elena Creef, a College Professor and Mom, reinforces her son’s ethnic identity and introduces him to other cultures through books.

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Author and Educator Amy Cohn explains how American folklore reveals both the uniqueness and the commonality of diverse ethnic groups.

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Laurie Joy Haas, Executive Producer of Words that Cook!™ and co-author of Read it Aloud! A parent’s guide to sharing books with young children, and Honey the Cookie-Bookie Bear demonstrate how to introduce writing to children by talking about and creating captions for family photographs.

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Author, Adoptee and Adoptive Parent Beth O’Malley and Adoptee Shanna Person-Johnson make clear the value of writing down information and maintaining Adoption Lifebooks.

Learn more about Beth O’Malley and Adoption Lifebooks at www.adoptionlifebooks.com.

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Monty and Martine recap our
Recipes for Success
and introduce this show's
Recommended Book List.

DVDs of Shows 001 through 013
are available for purchase at our Marketplace.

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