Posted by: Kathy Temean | February 9, 2011

Film – Library of the Early Mind

This film is being played around the country.  Some places charge to attend, but you can see this for free on  Wednesday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room of Princeton Public Library

This free public event is co-sponsored by the Cotsen Children’s Library at Princeton University.

The filmmakers will speak with the audience after the screening.

March 12 in Philadelphia, PA.

Click Here to see if there is a showing in your area. 

See Trailer below:

Talk tomorrow,



  1. Thanks Kathy, I’m going to put it on my calendar. Looks like a don’t miss!


  2. Thank you AGAIN, for bringing attention to really great information!


    • Elena,

      Your welcome! I hope you are planning to submit something for the logo contest.



  3. I’d love to see this, but not sure I want to fight the Princeton rush hour traffic to get there. I see it’s also playing at the Eric Carle Museum. I’ve always wanted to visit there, so it may be time for a road trip.


    • Mary,

      Well, it is either Philly or Princeton for me. Philly is closer, but Princeton might be easier to maneuver, even with their traffic. I hope yu are going to submit something for the logo contest.



  4. I know this is a little off topic, but I lived in the DC metro area for 23 years where rush hour is a misnomer supreme. First, it’s all day, not one, two or even three hours. Second, there’s no rushing involved. It’s more like sitting. And sitting. And sitting some more. But your comment reminded me of a t-shirt I have. It shows a moose, a bear and a bison crossing a highway and it reads, “Rush Hour in Teton National Park.”


  5. Looks interesting. The cover art is absolutely magnificent. I don’t write for children, but the psychology behind the brain shift that’s required for an adult to return to childhood, so to speak, in writing for them is deliciously fascinating.


  6. thanks, Kathy. I think Joyce and I will have to show this trailer when we teach. Wish it was coming to Charlotte!


    • Carol,

      I’m going to try and go. It is an hour away, but I have it on my calendar. I’ll write something up on my blog afterwards.



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