Decentring Dancing Texts J. Lansdale 2008-07-24 Eleven authors analyse recent dance practices in the theatre, in club culture and on film, addressing dance in interdisciplinary relationship with music, painting and play texts. This text attempts to fill a gap with an up-to-date account of exciting and challenging new work, illuminated by fascinating new theoretical frameworks.
A Wicked Thing Rhiannon Thomas 2015-02-24 Rhiannon Thomas's dazzling debut novel is a spellbinding reimagining of what happens after happily ever after. Vividly imagined scenes of action, romance, and political intrigue are seamlessly woven together to reveal a richly created world . . . and Sleeping Beauty as she's never been seen before. One hundred years after falling asleep, Princess Aurora wakes up to the kiss of a handsome prince and a broken kingdom that has been dreaming of her return. All the books say that she should be living happily ever after. But as Aurora understands all too well, the truth is nothing like the fairy tale. Her family is long dead. Her "true love" is a kind stranger. And her whole life has been planned out by political foes while she slept. As Aurora struggles to make sense of her new world, she begins to fear that the curse has left its mark on her, a fiery and dangerous thing that might be as wicked as the witch who once ensnared her. With her wedding day drawing near, Aurora must make the ultimate decision on how to save her kingdom: marry the prince or run.
The Animated Movie Guide Jerry Beck 2005-10-28 Going beyond the box-office hits of Disney and Dreamworks, this guide to every animated movie ever released in the United States covers more than 300 films over the course of nearly 80 years of film history. Well-known films such as Finding Nemo and Shrek are profiled and hundreds of other films, many of them rarely discussed, are analyzed, compared, and catalogued. The origin of the genre and what it takes to make a great animated feature are discussed, and the influence of Japanese animation, computer graphics, and stop-motion puppet techniques are brought into perspective. Every film analysis includes reviews, four-star ratings, background information, plot synopses, accurate running times, consumer tips, and MPAA ratings. Brief guides to made-for-TV movies, direct-to-video releases, foreign films that were never theatrically released in the U.S., and live-action films with significant animation round out the volume.
Famous Character Dolls Susan Brewer 2013-01-01 Part of the popular Famous series, Famous Dolls celebrates dolls in film, TV, cartoons, books, comics and comic strips, as well as toys such as Hamble in Playschool. It also explores the world of celebrity dolls including stars such as Shirley Temple and Mae West, pop star dolls including Michael Jackson and Cher, and dolls representing royalty. Written by leading doll expert, Susan Brewer, the author of British Dolls in the 1950s and British Dolls in the 1960s, the book starts with a series of essays setting dolls in context and exploring their role in popular culture. The main part of the book is an impressive A-Z of famous dolls, with symbols to show in which field they became famous (e.g. cartoons, toys or comic strips). The stories behind each of the dolls are told, including the tragic tale of Raggedy Ann and how a little girl inspired one of the most iconic character dolls of all time. A must-buy book for everyone who has ever own or collected dolls or is interested in popular culture. Did you know? - The author of Raggedy Ann, Johnny Gruelle, was a vehement anti-vaccination campaigner after his young daughter died when she was vaccinated at school without his consent - Angela Rippon created the Victoria Plum doll series based on a plum tree in her garden - Holly Hobbie is an author and illustrator who named the famous patchwork-wearing little girl after her. It became a popular doll in the 1970s
Faith and Choice in the Works of Joss Whedon K. Dale Koontz 2015-02-12 Joss Whedon once identified himself as an “angry, hard-line atheist” who is nevertheless “fascinated by the concept of devotion.” While organized religion seems to hold no satisfactory answers for Whedon, his dedication to exploring the meanings of faith and belief can be seen in many of the characters he has created for such works as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, Serenity, and Fray. This work examines a variety of Whedon’s characters and discusses what can be learned from their struggles and discoveries regarding religion and belief. Part One focuses on the characters’ search for purpose, revealing how Dawn, Spike, and Angel attempt to define the meaning of their lives in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off, Angel. Part Two focuses on family, examining the unconventional family dynamic in Whedon’s comic book miniseries Fray and television series Firefly. Part Three centers around the concept of redemption, using Angel’s Doyle, Firefly’s Malcolm Reynolds and Shepherd Book, and Buffy’s Faith Lehane to examine the characters’ search for salvation and their own acceptance of their past actions. Finally, Part Four focuses on the harmful potential of religious zealotry, revealing the negative aspects of absolute belief through Firefly’s River and Buffy’s Caleb. A primary source guide follows the main text, providing the writer, director, and air date of each television episode, along with publication data for Whedon’s print works, including the in-publication “Season 8” comic books for Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Sleeping Beauty 2014 Published to coincide with the Fall 2014 Diamond Edition DVD release of the Disney classic animated film, an introduction to the story of the enchanted Princess Aurora complements skill-building text adaptations with movie-inspired artwork. Movie tie-in.
Sleeping Beauty: Aurora's Slumber Party Disney Book Group Staff 2010-09-14 Princess Aurora loves being married to Prince Phillip, but lately, she has been missing her fairy friends, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather. So when Phillip leaves to visit another kingdom for a few days, she has a wonderful idea: a slumber party with the fairies! But when they arrive, they think they need magic to have fun! Now, it's up to Aurora to show them how to have a real slumber party—without magic!
Playing Their Way into Literacies Karen E. Wohlwend 2015-04-25 “This book provides a theoretical and empirical foundation for the development of new and exciting pedagogical approaches to the teaching and learning of digital literacies in the earliest years of schooling... researchers, educators, and policymakers alike ignore its key messages at their peril in the decades ahead.” —From the Foreword byJackie Marsh, the University of Sheffield, UK “Play, too often in the past, has been seen as a four-letter word by those who wish to raise academic standards. Wohlwend shows why this position is untenable and why play is a curricular necessity in kindergarten and beyond. This is a must read for anyone worried about what parents and administrators will say about the infusion of play in their curriculum.” —Jerome C. Harste, Indiana University, Bloomington Karen Wohlwend provides a new framework for rethinking the boundaries between literacy and play, so that play itself is viewed as a literacy practice along with reading, writing, and design. Through a variety of theoretical lenses, the author presents a portrait of literacy play that connects three play groups: the girls and, importantly, boys, who played with Disney Princess media; “Just Guys” who used design and sports media to make a boys-only space; and a group of children who played teacher with big books and other school texts. These young children "play by design"—using play as a literacy to transform the texts that they read, write, and draw—but also as a tactic to transform their relational identities in the social spaces of peer and school cultures. Emphasizing the importance of play despite current high-stakes testing demands, this book: Provides an argument for re-centering play in early childhood curricula where play functions as a literacy in its own right. Offers cutting-edge analyses and examples of new literacies, popular culture, and multimodal discourses. Illustrates how children’s play can both produce and challenge normative discourses regarding ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. Examines the multimodal, multimedia textual practices of young children as they play across tensions among popular media, peer relationships, and school literacy. Features vivid descriptions, examples of young children in action, and photographs. Karen E. Wohlwendis an assistant professor in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education at Indiana University. The research in this book was awarded the 2008 International Reading Association Outstanding Dissertation Award.
Palace Pets: Beauty: Aurora's Sleepy Kitten Disney Books 2014-11-11 Beauty is a sweet kitty who loves to sleep, snuggle, and play with her best friend, Princess Aurora. Kids will love getting to know one of the Disney princesses' new friends in this book, the first in a series of early chapter books featuring the Palace Pets!
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Sleeping Beauty Shaped Coloring Boo Jennifer Liberts 2002-01-22 THE CLASSIC WALT Disney film Sleeping Beauty is retold in this 48-page shaped coloring book. Old and new princess fans will love to color this beloved story of Princess Aurora!
Sleeping Beauty Mary Man-Kong 2014 A retelling of the Disney animated classic tells the tale of Princess Aurora, who pricks her finger on a spindle and falls into an enchanted sleep.
Disney Princess Sleeping Beauty Read-Along Storybook and CD Meredith Rusu 2014-07-29 Relive the classic animated tale of Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty! Follow along as Aurora grows up with the good fairies, meets the prince of her dreams, and overcomes Maleficent's evil curse. Real character voices and lively sound effects add to the magic in this enchanting storybook-and-CD set.
Malice Heather Walter 2021-04-13 A princess isn’t supposed to fall for an evil sorceress. But in this “bewitching and fascinating” (Tamora Pierce) retelling of “Sleeping Beauty,” true love is more than a simple fairy tale. “Walter’s spellbinding debut is for all the queer girls and women who’ve been told to keep their gifts hidden and for those yearning to defy gravity.”—O: The Oprah Magazine Once upon a time, there was a wicked fairy who, in an act of vengeance, cursed a line of princesses to die. A curse that could only be broken by true love’s kiss. You’ve heard this before, haven’t you? The handsome prince. The happily ever after. Utter nonsense. Let me tell you, no one in Briar actually cares about what happens to its princesses. Not the way they care about their jewels and elaborate parties and charm-granting elixirs. I thought I didn’t care, either. Until I met her. Princess Aurora. The last heir to Briar’s throne. Kind. Gracious. The future queen her realm needs. One who isn’t bothered that I am Alyce, the Dark Grace, abhorred and feared for the mysterious dark magic that runs in my veins. Humiliated and shamed by the same nobles who pay me to bottle hexes and then brand me a monster. Aurora says I should be proud of my gifts. That she . . . cares for me. Even though a power like mine was responsible for her curse. But with less than a year until that curse will kill her, any future I might see with Aurora is swiftly disintegrating—and she can’t stand to kiss yet another insipid prince. I want to help her. If my power began her curse, perhaps it’s what can lift it. Perhaps together we could forge a new world. Nonsense again. Because we all know how this story ends, don’t we? Aurora is the beautiful princess. And I— I am the villain. Book One of the Malice Duology
The Psychosocial Implications of Disney Movies Lauren Dundes 2019-07-11 In this volume of 15 articles, contributors from a wide range of disciplines present their analyses of Disney movies and Disney music, which are mainstays of popular culture. The power of the Disney brand has heightened the need for academics to question whether Disney’s films and music function as a tool of the Western elite that shapes the views of those less empowered. Given its global reach, how the Walt Disney Company handles the role of race, gender, and sexuality in social structural inequality merits serious reflection according to a number of the articles in the volume. On the other hand, other authors argue that Disney productions can help individuals cope with difficult situations or embrace progressive thinking. The different approaches to the assessment of Disney films as cultural artifacts also vary according to the theoretical perspectives guiding the interpretation of both overt and latent symbolic meaning in the movies. The authors of the 15 articles encourage readers to engage with the material, showcasing a variety of views about the good, the bad, and the best way forward.
Once Upon a Dream: A Twisted Tale Liz Braswell 2016-04-05 What if the sleeping beauty never woke up? Once Upon a Dream marks the second book in a new YA line that reimagines classic Disney stories in surprising new ways. It should be simple--a dragon defeated, a slumbering princess in a castle, a prince poised to wake her. But when the prince falls asleep as his lips touch the fair maiden's, it is clear that this fairy tale is far from over. With a desperate fairy's last curse controlling her mind, Princess Aurora must escape from a different castle of thorns and navigate a dangerously magical landscape--created from her very own dreams. Aurora isn't alone--a charming prince is eager to join her quest, and old friends offer their help. But as Maleficent's agents follow her every move, Aurora struggles to discover who her true allies are and, moreover, who she truly is. Time is running out. Will the sleeping beauty be able to wake herself up?
The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2016 Bob Sehlinger 2015-08-17 A great destination and thorough preparation are what make a wonderful vacation, and The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland makes Disneyland one of the most accessible theme parks in the world. With advice that is direct, prescriptive, and detailed, it takes the guesswork out of the reader’s vacation. Whether they are at Disneyland for a day or a week, there is a plan for any group or family. They can enjoy the rides, activities, and entertainment instead of spending their time in lines. Comprehensive information is presented in a way that permits easy comparisons and that facilitates decision making. There are detailed plans and profiles of hotels, restaurants, and attractions that are presented in “at-a-glance” formats that provide for near instant communication of the most salient information. Profiles are supplemented by indexes. In short, we’ve got a plan for every reader. The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland’s research team is a multi-disciplinary group consisting, among others, of data collectors, computer scientists, statisticians, and psychologists. Their singular goal is to provide a guide that will let you get it right the first time and every time. With their help, advice, and touring plans the reader will have a one-up on anyone else not using The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland. The book is the key to planning a perfect vacation in a great destination location.
Disney A to Z Dave Smith 1996 Includes full descriptions of all Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Pluto, and Goofy cartoons; the story of Mickey's birth; the Disney Channel Premiere films and Disney television shows; the Disney parks; Disney Academy Awards and Emmy Awards; the Mouseketeers throughout the years; and details of Disney company personnel and primary actors.
Beauty Tennant Redbank 2014-07-22 A story complemented by a collectible bookmark introduces Princess Aurora's adorable kitten, Beauty, who loves to sleep, snuggle and play with her best friend. Simultaneous.
Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty Storybook & Charm Disney Book Group 2008-09-09 Once upon a dream, a beautiful princess was cursed by an evil fairy and fell in a deep sleep, rescued at last by a dashing prince. Timed to coincide with the Sleeping Beauty: Platinum Edition DVD, this delightful storybook features a sparkly cover, a princess charm, and a sheet of stickers. It’s the perfect gift for little girls!
Sleeping Beauty Walt Disney Productions 1992-07 A wicked witch's spell over the Princess Aurora is broken when Prince Phillip releases her with a kiss.
Disney Princess Baking Weldon Owen 2020-11-03 Bake like a Disney princess with this adorable cookbook inspired by your favorite animated heroines, such as Belle, Ariel, Moana, and more! Baking has never been so magical with this charming cookbook featuring over 40 tasty, easy-to-follow recipes inspired by the Disney princesses. From delicate buttery cookies to fancy, decadent cakes, this cookbook includes all manner of delicious Disney-themed treats. Whip up a batch of Tiana’s Famous Beignets. Make a cake inspired by Belle’s beautiful golden ball gown. Be a part of Ariel’s world with her seashell-inspired almond cookies. Featuring full-color photography, suggestions for alternate ingredients, and tips and tricks from some of your favorite characters, this all-ages cookbook is the perfect way to bring friends and family together with a little Disney baking magic.
Catalog of Copyright Entries Library of Congress. Copyright Office 1960
Films and Other Materials for Projection Library of Congress 1978
Night World L.J. Smith 2009-10-27 You loved the Night World series and are counting down to the Strange Fate apocalypse. But who was the first made vampire? How do you properly greet a witch? And why are shapeshifters and werewolves rivals? Prepare to test your Night World knowledge with trivia questions from all nine books; get the inside information about the clans, the soulmate principle, Circle Daybreak, and the four Wild Powers; and take two quizzes to find out how you fit into the Night World. Best of all, L.J. Smith shares her inspiration for the series, answers the questions you’ve been asking, and even reveals fun facts about herself in this official guide.
Aurora: The Perfect Party Wendy Loggia 2011-06-29 Princess Aurora is planning a party. But it's not just any party--it's a secret celebration in honor of the fairies, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather. Aurora has to sneak out of the castle to gather all of their favorite things to include in the celebration.
Disney Voice Actors Thomas S. Hischak 2011-10-06 This biographical dictionary is devoted to the actors who provided voices for all the Disney animated theatrical shorts and features from the 1928 Mickey Mouse cartoon Steamboat Willie to the 2010 feature film Tangled. More than 900 men, women, and child actors from more than 300 films are covered, with biographical information, individual career summaries, and descriptions of the animated characters they have performed. Among those listed are Adriana Caselotti, of Snow White fame; Clarence Nash, the voice of Donald Duck; Sterling Holloway, best known for his vocal portrayal of Winnie the Pooh; and such show business luminaries as Bing Crosby, Bob Newhart, George Sanders, Dinah Shore, Jennifer Tilly and James Woods. In addition, a complete directory of animated Disney films enables the reader to cross-reference the actors with their characters.
Princess of Thorns Stacey Jay 2014 After ten years of exile among fairies who teach her to use her magically-enhanced strength and courage, Sleeping Beauty's daughter Aurora enlists the help of Niklaas, eleventh son of King Eldorio, in the fight to reclaim her throne.
Once Upon a Dream Charles Solomon 2014-06-17 With its themes of a beautiful princess, a dashing prince, and love triumphing over powerful magic, "Sleeping Beauty" remains one of the most beloved of all fairy tales. The story was first published by Charles Perrault in 1697. Perrault's vision of the ageless, enchanted princess slumbering in her vine-encrusted tower has fascinated readers and artists for more 300 years three times as long as the heroine slept. This heavily-illustrated book will trace the history of that fascination, which has manifested itself in literature, fine art, poetry, music, and film. The most celebrated cinematic version of Sleeping Beauty is Walt Disney's, the glorious finale of the animated fairy tales he began in 1937 with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Although Briar Rose/Aurora was the most beautiful and beautifully animated of the Disney princesses, the film was dominated by Maleficent: Perrault's shriveled old fairy was transformed into the epitome of the lovely but terrible sorceress of fantasy literature. The book will conclude with the development and creation of Maleficent, including interviews with Angelina Jolie, Imelda Staunton, Linda Woolverton, Sean Bailey, Joe Roth, Don Hahn, and director Robert Stromberg (Oscar-winning art director of Avatar and Alice in Wonderland); behind-the-scenes details and photography; costumes, props, and makeup; and plenty of movie magic!
Bowker's Directory of Videocassettes for Children 1999 R R Bowker Publishing 1999-03
Aurora's Royal Wedding Disney Books 2015-05-26 Read along with Disney! Princess Aurora dreamed many times that handsome prince would find her . . . and eventually Prince Phillip did find her! Now they're getting married! Follow along with word-for-word narration as Aurora plans her wedding to the Prince and decides what kind of princess she wants to be.
Sleeping Beauty (Disney Princess) Michael Teitelbaum 2013-12-18 With the help of three good fairies, Princess Aurora grows up safe and protected from the evil Maleficent. But everything changes when she meets Prince Phillip and falls in love. Disney Princess fans ages 2 to 5 will love this Little Golden Book retelling of Disney Sleeping Beauty!
Sleeping Beauty and the Good Fairies (Disney Classic) RH Disney 2018-01-02 This classic Disney Little Golden Book from 1958--starring Flora, Fauna, Merryweather, and Princess Aurora from Sleeping Beauty--is back in print! This classic Little Golden Book, originally published in 1958, features the stars of Disney's Sleeping Beauty. The three good fairies, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, are excited that Princess Aurora is coming for a visit. They want everything to be just right, but they can't find their magic wands! This full-color classic is back to delight a new generation of children ages 2 to 5--as well as collectors of all ages!
1000 Facts about Animated Films Vol. 3 James Egan
Aurora's Story Courtney Carbone 2019-10 Disney Princess Aurora tells her story in her own words in this beautifully-illustrated full-color storybook based on Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty. And Princess Aurora stars in the live-action theatrical release of Maleficent 2 in theaters October 18th 2019.
Sleeping Beauty Big Golden Book (Disney Princess) RH Disney 2019-09-03 When Briar Rose turns 16, she learns that she is actually Princess Aurora—and that an evil fairy cast a spell on her! Children ages 3 to 7 and all Disney Princess fans will love this beautiful hardcover storybook retelling of Disney's beloved classic Sleeping Beauty!
Sleepy Time with Aurora (Disney Princess) Andrea Posner-Sanchez 2015-01-06 Rereleased in a larger trim size, a best-selling board book features sumptuous illustrations of Princess Aurora and a variety of little girls enjoying their bedtime rituals before closing their eyes for the night. Movie tie-in.
Discovering The Magic Kingdom: An Unofficial Disneyland Vacation Guide Joshua C. Shaffer 2010-09-24 Never before has there been such a complete unofficial Disneyland guidebook for kids of all ages. Whether you are traveling for the first time or it’s your family’s annual trip, this vacation guide has it all! Discover the many exciting “fun facts” with this one-of-a-kind book, Discovering the Magic Kingdom: An Unofficial Disneyland Vacation Guide. Packed with ways to cut expenses such as planning your trip through AAA, how to plan a Disney birthday or wedding, hidden Mickey locations, a scavenger hunt, history of the parks, ghost stories, how to utilize Fast Passes, over 100 photos and much more, you’ll never leave for Disneyland without it!
Sleeping Beauty: The Story of Aurora Disney Book Group 2016-09-06 When Aurora is born, she is cursed by the evil fairy Maleficent to prick her finger on a spindle on her sixteenth birthday and fall into a sleep that can only be woken by true love's kiss. Hidden away in the forest for sixteen years, she finally meets a handsome prince. But when she falls prey to the curse, will the prince be able to wake her up? This collectible storybook includes beautiful, full color art in the style of the beloved film, Sleeping Beauty.
Disney Princess: My Side of the Story - Sleeping Beauty/Maleficent - Book #4 Kiki Thorpe 2004-12-01 And that story about Maleficent putting a dreadful curse on baby Aurora? Maleficent insists that as CEO of E.V.I.L. enterprises, she was only trying to offer the little princess an internship at her textile mill. Maleficent knew the little princess wouldn't get by on the gifts of beauty and song. A good work ethic-now, that's priceless! Who's telling the truth? You decide!

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