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Mary Poppins the Complete Collection

Author : P.L. Travers
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Discover the joy and wonder of Mary Poppins in the classic adventures! This fantastic omnibus edition contains all six original Mary Poppins stories: Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins Comes Back, Mary Poppins Opens the Door, Mary Poppins in the Park, Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane / Mary Poppins and the House Next Door (2-in-1 edition).

Mary Poppins

Author : P. L. Travers
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Describes the many adventures of the extraordinary English nanny and her charges, Jane and Michael.

Mary Poppins She Wrote

Author : Valerie Lawson
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A portrait of the English author of the classic children's story traces her long life, the creation of her mysterious and beloved title character, and her tumultuous relationship with Walt Disney.

Mary Poppins

Author : Pamela Lyndon Travers
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The Real Life Mary Poppins

Author : Paul Brody
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Among twentieth century authors, P. L. Travers was by far the most productive and famous to hail from the British colony of Australia. After a brief and modestly successful acting career, she moved to London and pursued her own brand of journalism. She was a well-regarded drama critic and travel author, and she became friends with many influential writers and thinkers on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Eventually, she found her greatest voice in the form of Mary Poppins, the mysterious and powerful Edwardian nanny. Thirty years after the first Poppins adventure is published, Walt Disney produced a live-action movie version, which has ingrained itself forever in the popular imagination. This biography traces Travers from her youth, her early career in acting and writing, the making of Mary Poppins, and more. LifeCaps is an imprint of BookCaps™ Study Guides. With each book, a lesser known or sometimes forgotten life is recapped.

Things To Do At Disneyland 2013

Author : John Glass
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This is not just a travel guide, it's an ADVENTURE GUIDE that goes far beyond what other travel books offer. Written for both first time visitors and experienced travelers, this book has something for everyone. • Detailed information on every attraction, restaurant, and shop in the park. • Secrets, tips, and inside information about every aspect of your visit. • Maps to attractions, restaurants, shops, parking and more. • Planning help and itineraries. • Complete transportation guides for getting to and around the Disneyland Resort. • Money-saving tips for dining, snacking, buying tickets and arranging travel. • Restaurant, souvenir, and gift recommendations. • Full dining menus and special guides to vegan foods, healthy eating, specialty coffees, desserts and more. • Seasonal activities and special events. • Specialty guides to pin trading, Vinylmation, coin press machines, picnic spots, character meets, photo opportunities, and more. • A complete guide to all of the stories that drive the rides, restaurants, and shops in the park. • Helpful appendixes cross reference all of the films, books, and music featured in the park so you can discover which locations feature your favorite Disney characters.

Things To Do At Disneyland 2014

Author : John Glass
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Fully updated for 2014 with all new attractions, restaurants, shops, menus, prices, secrets, tips, and more. Now easier to navigate than ever with redesigned layout and new "Quick Guides." New "Fun Facts" add interesting trivia about attractions, restaurants and shops. This is not just a travel guide, it's an ADVENTURE GUIDE that goes far beyond what other travel books offer. Written for both first time visitors and experienced travelers, this book has something for everyone. • Detailed information on every attraction, restaurant, and shop in the park. • Secrets, tips, and inside information about every aspect of your visit. • Maps to attractions, restaurants, shops, parking and more. • Planning help and itineraries. • Complete transportation guides for getting to and around the Disneyland Resort. • Money-saving tips for dining, snacking, buying tickets and arranging travel. • Restaurant, souvenir, and gift recommendations. • Full dining menus and special guides to vegetarian foods, healthy eating, specialty coffees, desserts and more. • Seasonal activities and special events. • Specialty guides to pin trading, Vinylmation, coin press machines, picnic spots, meeting characters, photo opportunities, and more. • A complete guide to all of the stories that drive the attractions, restaurants, and shops in the park. • Helpful appendixes cross reference all of the films, books, and music featured in the park so you can discover which locations feature your favorite Disney characters.

The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Book

Author : Entertainment Weekly, Inc
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This annual issue is filled with questions to stump even the most devoted popculture fanatic. Brimming with trivia, it contains hundreds of brain teasers, ultimate fan challenges and tests of classic TV.

Locating Australian Literary Memory

Author : Brigid Magner
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'Locating Australian Literary Memory' explores the cultural meanings suffusing local literary commemorations. It is orientated around eleven authors – Adam Lindsay Gordon, Joseph Furphy, Henry Handel Richardson, Henry Lawson, A. B. ‘Banjo’ Paterson, Nan Chauncy, Katharine Susannah Prichard, Eleanor Dark, P. L. Travers, Kylie Tennant and David Unaipon – who have all been celebrated through a range of forms including statues, huts, trees, writers’ houses and assorted objects. Brigid Magner illuminates the social memory residing in these monuments and artefacts, which were largely created as bulwarks against forgetting. Acknowledging the value of literary memorials and the voluntary labour that enables them, she traverses the many contradictions, ironies and eccentricities of authorial commemoration in Australia, arguing for an expanded repertoire of practices to recognise those who have been hitherto excluded.

Contemporary American Cinema

Author : Linda Williams
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“One of the rare collections I would recommend for use in undergraduate teaching – the chapters are lucid without being oversimplified and the contributors are adept at analyzing the key industrial, technological and ideological features of contemporary U.S. cinema.” Diane Negra, University of East Anglia, UK. “Contemporary American Cinema offers a fresh and sometimes revisionist look at developments in the American film industry from the 1960s to the present … Readers will find it lively and provocative.” Chuck Maland, University of Tennessee, USA. “Contemporary American Cinema is the book on the subject that undergraduate classes have been waiting for … Comprehensive, detailed, and intelligently organized [and] written in accessible and compelling prose … Contemporary American Cinema will be embraced by instructors and students alike.” Charlie Keil, Director, Cinema Studies Program, University of Toronto, Canada. “Contemporary American Cinema usefully gathers together a range of materials that provide a valuable resource for students and scholars. It is also a pleasure to read.” Hilary Radner, University of Otago, New Zealand. “Contemporary American Cinema deepens our knowledge of American cinema since the 1960s. … This is an important collection that will be widely used in university classrooms.” Lee Grieveson, University College London, UK. “Contemporary American Cinema is a clear-sighted and tremendously readable anthology, mapping the terrain of post-sixties US cinema with breadth and critical verve.” Paul Grainge, University of Nottingham, UK. “This collection of freshly written essays by leading specialists in the field will most likely be one of the most important works of reference for students and film scholars for years to come.” Liv Hausken, University of Oslo, Norway. Contemporary American Cinema is the first comprehensive introduction to American cinema since 1960. The book is unique in its treatment of both Hollywood, alternative and non-mainstream cinema. Critical essays from leading film scholars are supplemented by boxed profiles of key directors, producers and actors; key films and key genres; and statistics from the cinema industry. Illustrated in colour and black and white with film stills, posters and production images, the book has two tables of contents allowing students to use the book chronologically, decade-by-decade, or thematically by subject. Designed especially for courses in cinema studies and film studies, cultural studies and American studies, Contemporary American Cinema features a glossary of key terms, fully referenced resources and suggestions for further reading, questions for class discussion, and a comprehensive filmography. Individual chapters include: The decline of the studio system The rise of American new wave cinema The history of the blockbuster The parallel histories of independent and underground film Black cinema from blaxploitation to the 1990s Changing audiences The effects of new technology Comprehensive overview of US documentary from 1960 to the present Contributors include: Stephen Prince, Steve Neale, Susan Jeffords,Yvonne Tasker, Barbara Klinger, Jim Hillier, Peter Kramer, Mark Shiel,Sheldon Hall, Eithne Quinn, Michele Aaron, Jonathan Munby.