Mister Rogers' neighborhood: children, television, and Fred Rogers

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Mark Collins, Margaret Mary Kimmel
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1996 - Performing Arts - 249 pages
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Fifteen essays describe the impact of Fred Rogers and his long-running television program on children

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Very interesting essays about Fred Rogers and the impact that his work has had on several generations of American children and their families. Read full review

Contents

Fred Rogers and the Significance of Story
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The Myth the Man the Legend
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The Reality of MakeBelieve
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