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Fri Mar 21 17:04:55 2014 UTClccn-no990376040.01Joyful noise0.110.63How your creative brain works125434353no 990376044994254lccn-n80036753Miller-Brody Productionslccn-n92109767Macmillan/McGraw-Hill School Publishing Companylccn-no96064163Killen, Rosemarydrtlccn-n80051803Random House (Firm)lccn-n80046786Educational Enrichment Materials, inclccn-n85026126Random House Videolccn-n81050013New York Times Companylccn-n78091260Brown, Marc Tolonlccn-n88028150Educational Dimensions (Firm)lccn-n81046404Rylant, CynthiaAmerican School PublishersJuvenile worksFictionBiographyDramaFilm adaptationsPoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryInterviewsSanta ClausUnited StatesArctic Ocean--North PoleChristmas storiesFolkloreAuthors, AmericanChildren's literature--AuthorshipDivorceWilderness survivalGrandfathersEntertainersChildren's poetry, AmericanRylant, CynthiaPrelutsky, JackRailroad trainsVan Allsburg, ChrisAuthors, American--BiographyAmericaColumbus, ChristopherDiscoveries in geographyInsectsChristmasPoets, AmericanLionni, Leo,Children's stories--AuthorshipTaylor, Mildred DDiscovery and exploration, SpanishPetsUnderground RailroadFreedom of speechCensorshipMusic--Moral and ethical aspectsBusiness ethicsArts--CensorshipUnited States.--CongressLegislatorsSynar, Mike,Creative abilityBrainStories without wordsWilder, Laura Ingalls,Children's stories, American--AuthorshipAbstract expressionismPainting, ModernSlaveryFolk songs, EnglishAfrican AmericansFugitive slavesProfessional ethicsDecision making--Moral and ethical aspects192119291935194919661967197019731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941997200220033963344444398.2PZ7.V2661194ocn021634673visu19870.06Paulsen, GaryHatchetJuvenile worksFictionAfter a plane crash, 13-year-old Brian spends 45 days in the wilderness, learning to survive--at first with only the aid of a hatchet given by his mother--and also learning to accept his parents' divorce1015ocn022333804visu19900.07Cynthia RylantJuvenile worksBiographyIn an interview from her home in Kent, Ohio, noted children's book author Cynthia Rylant recalls her childhood experiences and describes how they have become the subjects of her novels and picture books1002ocn023459240visu19910.06San Souci, Robert DTalking eggsJuvenile worksA southern folktale in which kind Blanche, following the instructions of an old witch, gains riches, while her greedy sister makes fun of the old woman and is duly rewarded951ocn021885327visu19900.08Ackerman, KarenSong and dance manJuvenile worksFictionGrandpa demonstrates for his visiting grandchildren some of the songs, dances, and jokes he performed when he was a vaudeville entertainer871ocn022620472visu19880.07Van Allsburg, ChrisThe Polar expressJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm adaptationsA magical train ride on Christmas Eve takes a boy to the North Pole to receive a special gift from Santa Claus852ocn024877224visu19910.07Meet Jack PrelutskyJuvenile worksBiographyInterviewsShows children's author Jack Prelutsky, both performing and discussing how he creates his wacky poetry742ocn021997262visu19900.07Brown, Marc TolonArthur's pet businessFictionArthur's determination to prove he is responsible enough to have a puppy brings him a menagerie of animals to care for721ocn022858623visu19910.01Joyful noiseJuvenile worksPoetryA collection of poems describing the characteristics and activities of a variety of insects631ocn025492226visu19920.06Meet Leo LionniCriticism, interpretation, etcAt nearly 50 years of age, Lionni began his career as an award winning children's book author and illustrator. This video portrays his lifelong fascination with nature and art601ocn041167832visu19910.08Mildred D. TaylorBiographyAuthor discusses how important her family is to her stories and characters, and her desire to write about the strength and pride of Black families601ocn024512849visu19910.25The Columbus controversy challenging how history is writtenExamines the legacy of Christopher Columbus from historical and revisionist perspectives572ocn023859104visu19910.08The Dancing skeletonAn ornery dead man refuses to stay in his coffin and causes a disturbance when the best fiddler in town comes to call on his widow513ocn024591688visu19900.06Follow the drinking gourdFictionBy following the directions in a song, "The Drinking Gourd," taught them by an old sailor named Peg Leg Joe, runaway slaves journey north along the Underground Railroad to freedom in Canada503ocn023233865visu19910.08Dangerous songs censors, rock and the First AmendmentThe nationwide controversy over today's music offers an excellent opportunity for students to explore the limits of constitutionally-protected free speech492ocn025636022visu19920.19A Day in the life of CongressThe program follows Congressman Mike Synar through a typical working day on Capitol Hill. Viewers see how Congress functions behind the scenes - and why it sometimes doesn't492ocn022342633visu19900.33Putting ethics to workAddresses current issues involving ethics at work. Part 1 examines the ethical behavior expected of individuals in the workplace, and includes a case study. Part 2 discusses the ethical standards of publicly charted corporations, and includes a series of case studies481ocn028514128visu19910.63How your creative brain worksServes as an introduction to the study of creativity and reviews the current understanding of the way our two-sided brain works. By observing the creative process in action, we learn ways to trigger our own creativity462ocn021249560visu19900.01Wiesner, DavidFree fallJuvenile worksFictionA young boy dreams of daring adventures in the company of imaginary creatures inspired by the things surrounding his bed451ocn025177511visu19910.07Laura Ingalls WilderBiographyRecounts the Ingalls family's pioneer life and tells how, at the age of sixty, Laura Ingalls Wilder reflected on her childhood and began writing the Little House books442ocn021553879visu19900.33Abstract expressionismHistoryTraces the development of abstract expressionismFri Mar 21 15:17:28 EDT 2014batch18230