Our White House
Looking In Looking Out Featured in
Kennedy Center for Performing Arts Series!
Telling Stories: Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out T
hursday, November 6, 2008
Nationally recognized creators of books for young people, Katherine Paterson, Steven Kellogg and Mary Brigid Barrett, share insights into a recently released book titled Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out. This book is a compilation of history, historical fiction, personal essays, poetry, drama, and original art by 108 renowned authors and illustrators that offers a view of American history as seen through the eyes of the White House. Our White House was created by the National Children’s Book and Literacy Alliance, NCBLA, in an effort to combat illiteracy and to get students excited about reading. This facinating discussion is moderated by Maria Salvadore, nationally recognized young people's literature consultant and expert.
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The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in cooperation with the Prince William Network, offers arts-based educational programming free to teachers and students across the country through the Performing Arts Series. Programs feature artists and companies who perform at the Kennedy Center and explore the areas of music, dance, theater, and literature.
This year's schedule also include programs with jazz musician Dr. Billy Taylor, the Martha Graham Dance Company, and a performance of Twelve Angry Men starring Richard Thomas and Randall Mell.
To read the Kennedy Center for Performing Art's complete educational outreach performing arts schedule and to find out how you can subscribe for FREE, to the series, go to: http://www.kennedy-center.org/education/pwtv/