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Reading Rainbows

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anne roberts (aroberts)
Sat, 17 Oct 1998 12:42:04 -0400


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Dear Sharon,
The address for ordering Reading Rainbows videos, and teachers guides
is:

GPN
PO Box 80699
Lincoln, NE 68501
800-228-4630

There are 100 episodes or more so be sure you get an up to date
catalogue. In our school we only have one up to 80. The ones that I
have used are:
The Paper Crane ( this one has a segment on food and art, making art
from carved
veggies, and papermaking)
Laing and the Magic Paintbrush
Mummies Made in Egypt
Opt an Illusionary Tale
The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush (this is the one that has the native
dance and the making of clay and pottery)
The Purple Coat (this one they go to the Fashion Institute of Tech. and
explore world of clothing design)
Galimoto( this one I haven't seen but sounds really good from the
description in the catalogue--its an African story that talks about wire
and ways of recycling and using wire to make art--kinda goes with the
Calder theme)

My address for sending the Titanic explanation is:
Anne Roberts
68 Maplewood Dr
Athens, OH 45701

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Dear Sharon,
The address for ordering Reading Rainbows videos, and teachers guides is:

GPN
PO Box 80699
Lincoln, NE 68501
800-228-4630

There are 100 episodes or more so be sure you get an up to date catalogue.  In our school we only have one up to 80.  The ones that I have used are:
The Paper Crane ( this one has a segment on food and art, making art from carved
                              veggies, and papermaking)
Laing and the Magic Paintbrush
Mummies Made in Egypt
Opt an Illusionary Tale
The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush (this is the one that has the native dance and the making of clay and pottery)
The Purple Coat (this one they go to the Fashion Institute of Tech. and explore world of clothing design)
Galimoto( this one I haven't seen but sounds really good from the description in the catalogue--its an African story that talks about wire and ways of recycling and using wire to make art--kinda goes with the Calder theme)

My address for sending the Titanic explanation is:
Anne Roberts
68 Maplewood Dr
Athens, OH 45701
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