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Moon Puppets

Author : Baxter Bramatti
ISBN : 0578662396
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Flora wants to cast shadows on the moon by using light from the sun. But can she stretch her arms up high enough to see her dreams come true? Flora will have to combine her imagination and determination to create the most fantastic shadow puppet show the world has ever seen!
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Leading Kids To Books Through Puppets

Author : Caroline Feller Bauer
ISBN : 0838907067
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Offers suggestions on how to use puppets to introduce different types of literatures, and includes stories and scripts for puppet plays
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Practical Puppetry A Z

Author : Carol R. Exner
ISBN : 9780786415168
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Puppetry is an exciting, flexible, malleable art form that can engage the creative forces of children or adults. Puppets can not only tell a story, they can be used to enhance the curriculum, present an idea or a concept in a compelling way, or teach any number of necessary skills. Children and adults presenting a puppet play are given a sense of their own inventive power. This reference work offers an A to Z view of working with puppets. It covers everything from the basic strategies of advertising and marketing puppet productions, to assembling the puppets out of household materials such as paper bags, cereal boxes, or gloves, to the more elaborate sculpting of armatures. Stages, curtains and props are also discussed along with the history of puppetry. Numerous illustrations give a visual of many of the finished products. This work concludes with an annotated bibliography and index.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Voice In My Ear

Author : Frances Leviston
ISBN : 9781473572409
Genre : Fiction
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'Superbly written and fearlessly imagined fiction' Sarah Hall Ten women, all called Claire, are tangled up in complex power dynamics with their families, friends, and lovers. Though all are different ages, and leading different lives, each is haunted by the difficulty of living on her own terms. Claire is a teenaged babysitter left alone with a strange little girl and her imaginary friend. Claire is a woman trying to escape her elderly mother by employing an android carer. Claire is a young TV journalist wrecking her first big interview. Claire's boyfriend discovers more than he bargains for when he begins to read her diary. And whatever she does, Claire is always living in the shadow of a monstrous mother. 'Leviston is a mistress of precision and emotional insight' Hilary Mantel, TLS
Category: Fiction

Pocketful Of Puppets

Author : Tamara Hunt
ISBN : 0931044065
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Provides nursery rhymes and patterns for puppets to use with children.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Master Of Puppets

Author : Namık GÜLSÜN
ISBN : 9781467881708
Genre : Fiction
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"Master of Puppets" is a modern day legend. It is an adventure presenting a colourful exhibition of emotions, challenges, hardships and simple miracles of life with a little sprinkle of magic dust, we call fiction. You will witness magnetic characters and join them in this unbelievably believable journey through wisdom, friendship and love. In the end it is simply about being human and trying to be a better version of a human being. Master of Puppets- “Seed of Fate”, is the first episode of this epic journey.
Category: Fiction

Puppets Masks And Performing Objects

Author : John Bell
ISBN : 0262522934
Genre : Art
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This volume, which originally appeared as a special issue of TDR/The Drama Review, looks at puppets, masks, and other performing objects from a broad range of perspectives. Puppets and masks are central to some of the oldest worldwide forms of art making and performance, as well as some of the newest. In the twentieth century, French symbolists, Russian futurists and constructivists, Prague School semioticians, and avant-garde artists around the world have all explored the experimental, social, and political value of performing objects. In recent years, puppets, masks, and objects have been the focus of Broadway musicals, postmodernist theory, political spectacle, performance art, and new academic programs, for example, at the California Institute of the Arts.This volume, which originally appeared as a special issue of TDR/The Drama Review, looks at puppets, masks, and other performing objects from a broad range of perspectives. The topics include Stephen Kaplin's new theory of puppet theater based on distance and ratio, a historical overview of mechanical and electrical performing objects, a Yiddish puppet theater of the 1920s and 1930s, an account of the Bread and Puppet Theater's Domestic Resurrection Circus and a manifesto by its founder, Peter Schumann, and interviews with director Julie Taymor and Peruvian mask-maker Gustavo Boada. The book also includes the first English translation of Pyotr Bogatyrev's influential 1923 essay on Czech and Russian puppet and folk theaters. Contributors John Bell, Pyotr Bogatyrev, Stephen Kaplin, Edward Portnoy, Richard Schechner, Peter Schumann, Salil Singh, Theodora Skipitares, Mark Sussman, Steve Tilllis
Category: Art

Playing With Puppets

Author : Lis Paludan
ISBN : UOM:39076005240796
Genre : Puppets
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Illustrated instructions for making various kinds of puppets, creating scenery, and putting on plays.
Category: Puppets

Mediums Puppets And The Human Actor In The Theatres Of The East

Author : Poh Sim Plowright
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111762030
Genre : Performing Arts
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An examination of mediums, puppets and the human actor in the theatres of the east. It brings together a powerful universal myth - that of the Birdwoman, which has been the inspiration of several Asian theatres and the subject of many Asian plays - and the connection between string-puppet and human actor movements within the Asian theatrical tradition. It is a study of theatre as ritual and power-struggle, and the author presents an analysis of Lady Joruri, herself a semi-mythical figure, who gave her name to the world's most sophisticated puppet theatre.
Category: Performing Arts

Shadow Puppets In Color

Author : Louise Cochrane
ISBN : UOM:49015000838301
Genre : Puppet plays
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Three traditional shadow plays accompany directions for making shadow puppets in color and a shadow theater.
Category: Puppet plays

High Performance

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ISBN : UOM:39015014102241
Genre : Arts, Modern
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Category: Arts, Modern

Puppet S Progress

Author : Jan Bussell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105047826362
Genre : Puppet plays
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Category: Puppet plays

Amazingly Easy Puppet Plays

Author : Dee Anderson
ISBN : IND:30000055973618
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A collection of twenty-five easy-to-stage puppet plays, including production notes on such aspects as costumes, special effects, and the presentation of puppet shows
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Story Hours With Puppets And Other Props

Author : William M. Painter
ISBN : UOM:39015018874530
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes how to use puppets in storytelling, and provides instructions on how to present a wide variety of popular children's books with puppets
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Moon Handbooks

Author :
ISBN : CORNELL:31924110483058
Genre : Minneapolis (Minn.)
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The Lyric West

Author :
ISBN : MINN:319510007474267
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

At The Pirate Academy

Author : Gary Zingher
ISBN : UCAL:B4202167
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Offers a method for enlivening students' experiences in the library while expanding their information-seeking skills. The author focuses on the instructional role of the media specialist and forges connections between teaching, curriculum and resources.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Creature Features

Author : John Stanley
ISBN : UVA:X004402919
Genre : Performing Arts
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Thoroughly updated to incorporate the latest releases, this offbeat movie guide presents critical and humorous reviews of science fiction, fantasy, and horror films from every medium, offering thousands of capsulized reviews, a five-star rating system, video and laserdisc distribution information, and more. Original.
Category: Performing Arts