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Who Is Peter Pan?
Peter Pan's name is now used symbolically for a bus company (speedy, thrilling travel), a brand of peanut butter (childhood treats), and shops, motels, and restaurants all over the world. A psychological disorder, the Peter Pan Syndrome, has also been

Children's Bookshelf: 'Steve Jobs,' Kareem-Abdul Jabar
But he quickly gains their attention with stories of little-known inventors, which appear around them in foldout pages, with notes and peanut-gallery remarks penciled in by the kids. Some developments were life-changing, like open-heart surgery or food

The Goosebumps TV series
The Goosebumps TV series In Ontario at least, Scholastic's Canadian imprint sent home a monthly newsletter of new kid-friendly and young-adult releases, all built around Goosebumps—and, to a lesser I extent, I ♥ JTT titles that played into the mid-'90s obsession with teen

BRIEFLY: March 3
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. For reservations and more information, email info@starcreations.org or call 508-747-1234. PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Community Theatre will present Steel Magnolias at 8 pm March 3; at 3 pm March 4;

How set and costume designer Rob Howell made 'Matilda the Musical' work

He was working in an adult way for kids and in a childlike way for adults. Showtimes are 8 p. m. Tuesdays-Saturdays (6:30 p. m. Sunday, April 30), with 2 p. m. matinees Saturdays and 1 p. m. matinees Sundays. He was rude, naughty and scary — all the things you want as a kid, but that adults think that you don’t want. “Well, I remember this TV program, ‘Roald Dahl’s Tales of the Unexpected’ and he would sit in this marvelous armchair and read slightly scary stories,” Howell says. And the feeling, something Howell says came from his own childhood, informs all his work for the show. I didn’t have the vocabulary to express it at the time, but later on, I came to realize that I somehow knew he wasn’t patronizing me. I think we all carry with us this memory of being affected by Roald. But that's what kids want. He has a very special place in most kid’s minds of my generation.


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