To celebrate the end of Brooklyn Public Library’s 2011 Summer Reading program, Alphabet Arts will present a puppet play based upon Inkwater Press author Mike Reiss’ popular childrens book City of Hamburgers. The 20-minute play …
Using rod puppets of hamburgers and hot dogs, the nonprofit poetry and theater group Alphabet Arts has adapted the Inkwater Press children’s book City of Hamburgers into a puppet show, which will debut Sept. 12 and 13 in two Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Hamburgers and frankfurters will dance off the page and onto the stage this September when a group of New York artists adapts the children’s book ‘City of Hamburgers’ into a puppet show for neighborhood children in Brooklyn.
Last week we featured some great non-fiction reads. This week we’ve turned the page to suggest a few works of fiction for all ages and preferences. If you are going to the beach or just planning to relax at home, the following books should keep you and your children entertained.
City of Hamburgers, by Mike Reiss of The Simpsons, fame, was recently named a finalist in the 2008 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards in their Children’s Picture Books category.
Our hometown Portland is notorious for one weather phenomenon: rain, and lots of it. Portlanders know two seasons: wet and less wet. So when white flakes of frozen rain (AKA snow) fall here, we get excited. It must really be winter if ice and snow cover the roads, right? That’s a completely new season for us!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Colleen Welch (503) 968-6777 firstname.lastname@example.org From Simpsons Writer Mike Reiss: City of Hamburgers PORTLAND, OR – October 7, 2008: Inkwater Press is pleased to announce the publication of City of Hamburgers, …