Rostand’s masterpiece tells the true, but fictionalized story of the gifted poet, musician, soldier and duelist who is kept from expressing his love for the beautiful Roxanne by the shame he feels about his rather large nose! Alternately funny, dramatic, witty, touching and tragic, Ms. Frankel’s adaptation makes this wonderful story accessible to everyone.Find out more »
He was much more than just a peanut man. His counsel was sought by the likes of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, but he chose to make his career at the famous Tuskegee Institute, creating everything from lamp oil and plastics to cosmetics and medicines. An amazing man, and a fascinating story to celebrate Black History Month. Approximately 45 minutes. Best for grades 3 through 7.Find out more »
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