If you want to discover the captivating life of Fred Rogers, then pay attention...
Mister Rogers was more than just a puppeteer, a teacher, or an entertainer, though he was all those things; he was also a trusted friend and adviser. Rogers spoke personably with kids and helped them identify and organize their emotions. He explained how to deal with anger in simple, relatable terms and sang songs to help his guests and viewers cope with their feelings. He told generations of young people that it was okay to cry and show emotion, since these are feelings every person experiences.
In Fred Rogers: A Captivating Guide to the Man Behind Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, you will discover topics such as:A Boy with a Name That Said It AllThe College YearsFamily LifeWorking for NBCPublic Television and The Children’s CornerMister Rogers and the Canadian Broadcasting CorporationMister Rogers’ NeighborhoodProgram Themes and DistributionCelebrity Sightings in the NeighborhoodThe Assassination of Robert KennedyThe Famous Foot BathPBS Funding and the Supreme CourtI Don’t Want to Eat Anything That Has a MotherMister Rogers Goes to Sesame StreetMister Rogers the ComposerThe Conflict SeriesWhen Fred Met KokoFred Retires from the NeighborhoodSatire and CriticismIllness and DeathAwards and LegacyDaniel Tiger’s NeighborhoodAnd much, much more!
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