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Time Shift Your TV – Ken Burns’ ‘The Address’
Posted on Monday, April 21st, 2014 by Ann Oldenburg

Ken Burns’ The Address – Melding history, using black and white photos from Lincoln’s time, to footage taken at the school now, Burns shows how what may seem like a simple task – memorizing 272 words – isn’t simple or easy at all, especially for these boys, who have dyslexia, attention-deficit, speech disorders and other issues.

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Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Spring 2014 Parents’ Choice Audio Awards
Posted on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 by Parents' Choice

                  Just in time to (finally) usher in spring, Parents’ Choice announces the Spring 2014 Audio Award Winners. These selections of storytellers and songbirds will delight, surprise and inform ears of all ages.  Appalachian storyteller Adam Booth’s  The Mountain Came Alive tells tales of nature that explain […]