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


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