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This is the second or third time I have received this message and it is
sounding an awful much like an advertisement -- and I am getting annoyed!
How about the rest of you all out there?

On Fri, 2 Aug 1996, George B. Levenson wrote:

> Given the upcoming 51st annivaerary of Hiroshima on August 6th, I thought
> you would all be interested in the film/video SADAKO AND THE THOUSAND PAPER
> CRANES which is based on classic book written by Eleanor Coerr. The half
> hour film has not had a theatrical release but is a BOOKLIST  Editor's
> Choice and is in the collections of many libraries around the country.  The
> story is narrated by Liv Ullmann with music by George Winston as the camera
> pans and dissolves through hundreds of pastels by Caldecott Medalist Ed
> Young.  If you would like more information, send me an email with your
> postal address.

Dana McDougald, Media Specialist
Learning Resources Center, A National Award-Winnning Library
Cedar Shoals H. S., A National Blue Ribbon School
Athens, Ga. 30605

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