Sometimes a smaller person has to be a bit nosier and a bit more stubborn to get noticed at all!
Kicking off my reading/watching adventure with Ramona Quimby, I'm starting off with the first book in Ramona's series, Beezus and Ramona!
From books, to television, to film, from age two to age ten, Beverly Cleary's stories of a little girl with a big imagination, endure the test of time!
The story of a spoiled, rich society woman, skilled in the wilds of Beverly Hills, learned a whole other set of skills in the wilds of...the Southern California wilderness. That story is actually the movie "Troop Beverly Hills" and it turned thirty this week!
In the later life of the Code of Practices for Television Stations, the ethical set of standards set forth for television stations, Kaiser Broadcasting (and later Field Communications, which bought Kaiser in 1977) produced a series of shorts (approximately 30 seconds to one minute in length) called Snipets (pronounced "snippets").
The approach fX (in its early years) took to signing off screamed of the nostalgic pangs the network aimed to deliver.
If you don't, you're in for a treat!
Before Dasha and Peter Jamison taught their friends how to use the internet, they, along with their parents, taught viewers how to use the computer!
The Jamison Family (not a real family, but one constructed from Vanilla and Whitebread - FACTS) just got the Internet in their home, and the Jamison Kids want to teach their friends - and you, the kids watching this - how to use it!
Give Me SEGA! Or, just give me a song about it. I'm easy to please.