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History presents The JFK Collection, an impressive 3-DVD set exploring one of America's most legendary families. (Read more...)
Get inside the iconic life of John F. Kennedy, a reckless rich kid who lived on the edge and became a WWII hero and President, who challenged the nation as it had never been before. This comprehensive family portrait also includes hour-long biographies of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Joseph P. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Jr. and Ted Kennedy, along with never-before-seen lost Kennedy home movies filmed by Robert and Ethel Kennedy in the early 1950s.
Nacho likes to eat only one thing: gazpacho! (Read more...)
Gazpacho for breakfast, gazpacho for lunch, gazpacho for dinner, for snacks, and for brunch: Nacho won't even try other dishes, until he discovers miles and piles of mouthwatering vegetables at the market.
This lively rhyming story, sprinkled with Spanish, will delight little chefs. A recipe for Gazpacho and a Spanish glossary are included.
Rah! Buddy's a monster, and he's hungry! Time for all cute little bunnies to hop into his mouth. (Read more...)
Oh no! they say.
There are cupcakes in the oven! They offer Buddy some, and he becomes too full to eat the bunnies. He'll have to come back tomorrow.
And so it goes between Buddy and the bunnies. They take him swimming, after which he is too tired to eat; they take him on all the rides at a carnival, after which he is too dizzy to eat; they even form a Buddy fan club . . . and who could eat their own fan club?
Eventually Buddy realizes that the bunnies have tricked him. The bunnies aren't food at all: they are friends! The bunnies' seemingly naive offers of friendship are a charming and clever mode of survival in this sweet and silly story about a not-at-all-scary monster.
Autism is a word that has many meanings and variants; yet, without a single source to blame, it is also a word which has been used so frequently as of late that it has also become nearly meaningless.
Autism is not a meaningless cause or concern for Megan Cooper. She calls it
the fog because it is an intangible force that intrudes and affects every moment of her day, from childhood on through adulthood. The Fog Within is the story of Megan's life, the story of autism as seen through her eyes, through a fog.