The Big book for peace - Ann Durell, Marilyn Sachs, Lloyd Alexander - Google книгиThe exhibit will run through the end of The Big Book exhibit has a big goal: to share a profound message of hope and peace and engage young people, teachers, and visitors of all ages in thinking about how to build a more peaceful and sustainable world. At the heart of the exhibit is the Big Book itself, which measures 10 feet by 20 feet wide when open, with over 1, larger than life pages. Visitors can see the book, turn its pages it takes two people , or use a high speed digital kiosk to visit chapters or individual pages more quickly. Making the book accessible to a wide audience and especially educators and students is a priority. The choice of the Mariposa was logical. The Mariposa serves approximately 2, students each year through classroom visits to the museum, home school programs, and outreach programs.
The Big Book at Mariposa
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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. The wisdom of peace and the absurdity of fighting are demonstrated in seventeen stories and poems by outstanding authors of today such as Jean Fritz, Milton Meltzer, and Nancy Willard, illustrated by famous illustrators such as Paul Zelinsky, the Dillons, and Maurice Sendak. Stories, poems, and illustrations show the wisdom of peace and the absurdity of fighting through the eyes of thirty children's book authors and illustrators. A pantheon of 34 artists and writers come together in an anthology that is both useful and inspiring. Some authors have produced works from real life, as in Jean Fritz' moving story of an Inuit people triumphing over Cold War separation and Milton Meltzer's tale about a Quaker's tragic predicament during the Civil War. Others have written stories.