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Adapted by Cass Foster.
The introduction to SHAKESPEARE is not an easy task. Sometimes the magic can use a little assistance! To make the works of Shakespeare accessible to all ages and levels of education, Cass Foster combines his experience as a professor emeritus of theatre, fight choreographer, and stage director to provide the Sixty-Minute Shakespeare series. Foster’s renditions of the timeless tales are not adaptations or modernizations, but rather judiciously condensed versions of the Bard's classics. Titles sold individually or as a set.
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Written by Conrad J. Storad and Lynda Exley, Illustrated by Michael Hagelberg, and Foreword by Marshall Trimble.
Finally, a history book kids will want to read! Filled with true, but gross, humorous, interesting, and wacky stories and facts, Arizona Way Out West & Wacky, Arizona Way Out West & Witty: Library Edition, and Arizona Color Me Wacky! make reading about Arizona's history fun!
You'll find out...
What Geronimo and yawning have in common.
Why sleeping in wet sheets didn't mean you had a nighttime accident.
What a glass eye has to do with Phoenix being Arizona's state capital.
How many teachers it would take standing head-to-toe to go from the bottom to the top of the Grand Canyon.
Which Arizona city got its name by accident, and much, much more!
Written by Ben Costello, Foreword by Jim Byrnes, and Introduction by Jon Voight.
Starting on September 10, 1955, and continuing for more than 600 episodes over the next twenty years, Gunsmoke ruled the airwaves. Never in the history of television had a show so captured the hearts of both youngsters and adults. Each week, Marshal Matt Dillon and his friends would face a new threat to the peace and lawfulness of their frontier home of Dodge City, Kansas—and each week, goodness and determination prevailed. It was the perfect antidote for a country still emerging from the darkness of World War II.
Compiled by Mrs. Howard Keel and Linda F. Radke, Foreword by Stefanie Powers
Legends in the Kitchen is chock full of delicious, unique recipes that make it possible for chefs and novice cooks alike to impress friends and family with the same dishes celebrities prepare for their guests. Imagine the conversation around the table when diners discover they are noshing on the Beef Stew with Walnuts that Betty Ford makes for former President Gerald Ford, Victoria Principal's Jade Empress Chicken or Dick Clark's Cajun Corn Chowder. In addition to being an ideal gift and a must-have for serious cookbook collectors, a portion of the book's sales supports the Motion Picture & Television Fund.
By Cass and Nellie Foster; Foreword by Rabbi Judith HaLevy; Preface by Rabbi Jack Moline; and Epilogue by Rev. Jerry Clark M.Div.
Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah is not about taking the traditional Seder and turning it into something so modern that the reader loses all sense of tradition. This conservative Jewish couple has condensed the Seder – which normally runs anywhere from two to five hours – to under an hour. Although it is condensed, everyone can honor and celebrate the annual Passover Seder as intended. Readers will welcome the instructions on how to keep Chametz (unleavened products forbidden during Pesach) for use following the eight days of Passover and enjoy Nellie's delicious Seder meal recipes. Most other books provide instructions for only the service of the Seder.
Cass and Nellie Foster have created an easy-to-follow guide that explains how to prepare for Passover, how to prepare for the Seder, and how to execute the service. Also included are instructions for proper kitchenware, how to set the Seder table and create the Seder plate, candle-lighting, a wide variety of children's activities, and how to manage the Fast of the First Born without having to fast. Part of the Sixty-Minute Collection.