AV recommended materials

Ming, Marilyn
March 1991
Emergency Librarian;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p53
Presents the recommended audio and video materials for children and young adults. `Backyard Bugs'; `Hot Hippo,' by Wetson Woods; `Secrets of the Sun'; `Jewish Tales from the Heart'; `Teeth: The Better to Eat With'; More.


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