This issue begs foraudience participation. Get out the jinglebells and the bell bracelets, borrowsome instruments, and prepare to dosome squawking, hooting, and growlingwith your delighted audience.
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—Walter Cook, Lubbock, Texas
"You’d be hard-pressed to find the wealth of resources that are presented with each program all in one place. The publication is worth the price (whether you purchase a single issue or a subscription), and will be particularly useful for those who are not story time veterans or are looking to improve the quality of their programs."