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The Show & Tell Series [DVD]
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The Show & Tell Series: News and Comics - Get the Inside Scoop on a Daily Newspaper
Part of the educational series for children that describes several forms of American manufacturing, The Show & Tell Series: News and Comics details newspaper production. Kid-hosts Denny and Nancy invite viewers along for a trip across the United States to investigate every aspect of the newspaper business. Children learn how ink is manufactured, how news is written, how comic strips come to be, and how the paper itself is printed, copied, and later recycled. The video offers a fun behind-the-scenes peek at one of the country's oldest forms of news media. ~ Betsy Boyd, Rovi

The Show & Tell Series: Bats and Balls - With Chicago White Sox Star Robin Ventura
Winner of the Gold Apple and Parents' Choice Awards, The Show and Tell Series: Bats and Balls is one part of a three-volume educational series for children. This 53-minute program features five-time Gold Glove winner and White Sox third baseman Robin Ventura explaining how baseball equipment is manufactured. The video tour includes trips to Rawlings plants to witness the making of balls, bats, and gloves. Other tapes in The Show and Tell Series are The Show and Tell Series: News and Comics and The Show and Tell Series: Milk and Cookies. ~ Kathleen Wildasin, Rovi

The Show & Tell Series: Milk and Cookies - A Video Snack for Kids of All Ages
Milk & Cookies -- one of the best food combinations on the planet. Follow Caroline and Ammani as they research their favorite tasty treat for a school project. First, they visit a dairy farm and see the cows milked by hand and by super-fast milking machines. Then they're off to the dairy to see how the milk is tested for safety, processed, and packaged into glass containers and delivered by milk men. Next, the inquisitive kids visit the Keebler Company, where they see how the huge bakery produces over a million chocolate chip cookies a day. By the end of this research mission, Caroline and Ammani have a enough information for a killer report. ~ Heather M. Fierst, Rovi

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