Juvenile sound recordings
Pamela Brooke; National Public Radio (U.S.)
|注意：||National Public Radio: SJ-840104, SJ-840111, SJ-840118, SJ-840125, SJ-840201, SJ-840208, SJ-840215, SJ-840222, SJ-840229, SJ-840307, SJ-840314, SJ-840321, SJ-840328.
Written and produced by Pamela Brooke.
This program was reissued for syndication by National Public Radio, from the original broadcast on radio station WETA, Washington, D.C., 1983.
Broadcast as a weekly radio series between Jan. and Mar. 1984 on National Public Radio.
|描述：||7 sound cassettes (ca. 390 min.) : analog.|
How things came to be --
Mama's talk and daddy's walk --
What's in a name? --
Word play --
Rhythm and rhyme --
I am what I eat --
Past and present frogs --
Imaginary creatures --
Marking time --
Sharing with others across time-past --
Sharing with others across time-future.
Features children thinking, dreaming, and describing their fantasies, early memories, and personal experiences as they perform their original songs, poems, and stories. Designed for six to ten-year olds and their families.