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On Monday, February 4, 2013, Super Bowl XLVII MVP Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens rode through the Magic Kingdom alongside Mickey Mouse in a parade at Walt Disney World Resort.
Flacco's declaration becomes the 26(th) Super Bowl commercial in the Disney series that began in 1987 following Super Bowl XXI. The first "I'm Going to Disney World" commercial featuring New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms was considered a groundbreaking concept - a produced commercial involving a current event, airing on major networks within hours of its conclusion. Flacco joins an all-star lineup of heroes from sports and beyond who have celebrated milestone accomplishments in "I'm Going to Disney World" commercials.
John Rowe / Little Stories for Little People Eloquent Books / Softcover / 8.5x8.5 / 92 pages / $ 25.95
Little Stories for Little People is a pre-school children's book consisting of twelve short stories. This delightful book encourages young children to use their minds to solve a problem or a mystery.
The aim is to introduce children to reading, but in a fun and entertaining way. Each story is wonderfully illustrated with colourful drawings to help them understand each story's narrative.
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Little Stories will keep little sleuths busy! John Rowe lives in Wiltshire, England. He has worked in the television industry for over forty-five years as a researcher, head of programmes and production for a major network, and the job he liked doing the most, producer and director. He is proud to be one of the Emmy-Award winning team behind the internationally acclaimed series The World at War. During the past fifteen years, he has produced and directed many successful television shows for children, which have been shown on the BBC, Channel 5 and Nickelodeon. He is writing his next children's book The Casebook of Inspector Sniffabout.
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Believe it or not, the best music video of 2013 is for a song from 1965! Bob Dylan's latest gathered enough buzz to break amillion views in its' very first day! The incredible, interactive experience allows viewers to flip through a loaded lineup of TV channels. On each station, someone new is seamlessly mounthing the lyrics along with the Dylan classic, "Like a Rolling Stone." Director Vania Heymann tells Rolling Stone Magazine it took two months to complie the nearly ninety minutes of footage required. He's already receiving requests from major networks who want their shows added to his virtual TV Guide.
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