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The Best Big Bulldozer - May 2020

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VTech

The Story of VTech Toys

VTech creates active play adventures that inspire children to explore and find. With a rich 40-year history, VTech has shown itself as an authority on early childhood development and consistently stays at the forefront using award winning products. Mixing classic play patterns with advanced technologies, VTech's expert-supported toys are available in 24 unique languages globally, with at least a hundred new products released every year.

At Amazon.com, you'll find a vast assortment of engaging, age-appropriate toys that provide children fun-filled experiences designed to help them master key milestones. VTech Electronics claims North American headquarters in Arlington Heights, Illinois, also is a part of VTech Holdings Corporation headquartered in Hong Kong.

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Candace Fleming

I have always been a storyteller. I might tell a tale, even before I could compose my title. And I told them all the time. I informed my neighbors all about my cat. I told my classmates about the ghost who lived in my attic. And grade I told my instructor all in my family's excursion.

I advised such a fantastic story that people always thought I had been telling the facts. However, I was not. I used ton't have a three-legged kitty or even a ghost in my loft, and I'd definitely never been to Paris, France. I simply enjoyed telling a fantastic story... and visiting my listener's response.

Sure, some folks might have said I was a seven-year old fibber. But maybe not my parents. Rather than calling my stories "fibs" they called them "imaginative." They invited me to put down my stories . I did. And amazingly, once I began writing, I couldn't stop. I filled notebook after notebook with stories, poems, plays. I still have a lot of these laptops. They're precious to me since they are a record of my writing life from elementary school on.

In 2nd grade, I found a passion for the language. I can still remember the day my teacher, Miss Johnson, held up a horn-shaped basket full of papier-mache pumpkins and asked the class to repeat the word "cornucopia." I said it again and again, tasted the word in my lips. I tested it on my ears. That afternoon, I jumped all the way home from school chanting, "Cornucopia! Cornucopia!" From then on, I truly began listening to the way that they were utilized, and the way they made me feel, and also words -- to the noises they made. I would like to place them together and told a story.

As I climbed, I continued to write stories. However, I never really considered becoming an author. I went to school where I discovered yet another pa

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Todd Gitlin

I've published fifteen Novels, including, most recently, Occupy Nation: The Roots, the Spirit, and the Promise of Occupy Wall Street; The Chosen Peoples: America, Israel, along with the Ordeals of Divine Election (with Liel Leibovitz); The Bulldozer and the Big Tent: Blind Republicans, Lame Democrats, and the Retrieval of American Ideals; Additional Names include The Intellectuals and the Flag; Letters to a Young Activist; Media Unlimited: The Torrent of Images and Sounds Overwhelms Our Lives; The Twilight of Common Dreams: Why America Is Wracked by Culture Wars; The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage; Inside Prime Time; The Whole World Is Watching; Uptown: Poor Whites in Chicago (co-author); three Books, Undying, Sacrifice and The Murder of Albert Einstein; along with a book of poetry, Busy Being Born.

These novels have been translated into Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Japanese. I also edited Watching Video and Campfires of the Opposition.

I've contributed to many publications and published extensively in general periodicals (The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Boston Globe, Dissent, The New Republic, The Nation, Wilson Quarterly, Harper's, American Journalism Review, Columbia Journalism Review, New York Observer, The American Prospect, et al.), online magazines (salon.com, tnr.com, prospect.org, openDemocracy.net, foreignpolicy.com), in Addition to scholarly journals. I am on the editorial board of Dissent.

At 2000, Sacrifice won the Harold U. Ribalow Prize for books on Jewish themes. The Sixties and The Twilight of Common Dreams were Notable Publications from the New York Times Book Review. Inside Prime Time obtained the nonfiction award of this Bay Area Book Reviewers Association; The Sixties has been a finalist for that award and the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award.

I hold degrees from Harvard University (B. A., math), the University of Michigan (M. S.and political sc

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