When male penguins Silo and Roy attempt to hatch an egg-shaped rock and find no success in their efforts, the zookeepers decide to place a fertilized penguin egg in their cage and end up with little baby Tango, in an amusing tale based on a ...
Author: Justin Richardson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
When male penguins Silo and Roy attempt to hatch an egg-shaped rock and find no success in their efforts, the zookeepers decide to place a fertilized penguin egg in their cage and end up with little baby Tango, in an amusing tale based on a true story from the Central Park Zoo.
The book is based on the true story of Roy and Silo, two male chinstrap penguins in New York's Central Park Zoo.
Author: Justin Richardson
Publisher: Xiao Lu Wen Hua/Tsai Fong Books
The Chinese translation of And Tango Makes Three, a 2005 children's book written by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson and illustrated by Henry Cole. The book is based on the true story of Roy and Silo, two male chinstrap penguins in New York's Central Park Zoo.
And Tango Makes Wiree proves ThaT all kinds of love can creaTe a Tamily.”—\/\/endy WassersTein "A lilTle miracle for children. Funny, Tender, and True, The sTory of Tango will delighT young readers and open Their minds.”—John LiThgow.
Author: Justin Richardson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Roy and Silo are just like the other penguin couples at the zoo - they bow to each other, walk together and swim together. But Roy and Silo are a little bit different - they're both boys. Then, one day, when Mr Gramzay the zookeeper finds them trying to hatch astone, he realises that it may be time for Roy and Silo to become parents for real.
Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell won the following awards for And Tango Makes Three: American Library ... And Tango Makes Three, accessed 8 May 2014, http://andtangomakesthree.weebly.com /the-awards.html; “And Tango Makes Three Tops ...
Author: A. J. Angulo
Publisher: JHU Press
Ignorance, or the study of ignorance, is having a moment. Ignorance plays a powerful role in shaping public opinion, channeling our politics, and even directing scholarly research. The first collection of essays to grapple with the historical interplay between education and ignorance, Miseducation finds ignorance—and its social production through naïveté, passivity, and active agency—at the center of many pivotal historical developments. Ignorance allowed Americans to maintain the institution of slavery, Nazis to promote ideas of race that fomented genocide in the 1930s, and tobacco companies to downplay the dangers of cigarettes. Today, ignorance enables some to deny the fossil record and others to ignore climate science. A. J. Angulo brings together seventeen experts from across the scholarly spectrum to explore how intentional ignorance seeps into formal education. Each chapter identifies education as a critical site for advancing our still-limited understanding of what exactly ignorance is, where it comes from, and how it is diffused, maintained, and regulated in society. Miseducation also challenges the notion that schools are, ideally, unimpeachable sites of knowledge production, access, and equity. By investigating how laws, myths, national aspirations, and global relations have recast and, at times, distorted the key purposes of education, this pathbreaking book sheds light on the role of ignorance in shaping ideas, public opinion, and policy.
Themes: Comprehending adoption story Coping with strong emotions Intercountry adoption Older child adoption Title: And Tango Makes Three Author(s): Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell Illustrator: Henry Cole Publisher: Simon & Schuster ...
Author: Ruth Lyn Meese
Presents reviews of a variety of children's books featuring the themes of adoption and foster care.
4 And Tango Makes Three Blake's quote, with which the previous section ends, leads nicely onto a very different treatment of penguins (chinstrap penguins rather than emperor), namely that provided in an illustrated children's book And ...
Author: Michael Matthews
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book has its origins in a special issue of the journal Science & Education (Volume 18 Numbers 6–7, 2009). The essay by Costas Skordoulis – ‘Science and Worldviews in the Marxist Tradition’ – did not appear in that special issue due to a mistake in production scheduling. It was published in an earlier issue of the journal (Volume 17 Number 6, 2008), but has been included in this book version of the special issue. As explained in the Introduction, the catalyst for the journal special issue was the essay on ‘Science, Worldviews and Education’ submitted to the journal by Hugh G. Gauch Jr. This was circulated to the other contributors who were asked to write their own contribution in the light of the arguments and literature contained in the paper. Hugh made brief ‘Responses and Clari?cations’ after the papers were written. However the Tanis Edis article on Islam and my own article on Priestley were processed too late to bene?t from Hugh’s appraisal. The journal is associated with the International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group which was formed in 1987. The group stages biennial international conferences and occasional regional conferences (details can be found at www. ihpst. org). The group, though the journal, conferences, and its electronic newsletter (at www. ihpst.
Release on 2010-07-14 | by Catriona Mortimer-Sandilands
This charming penguin family romance was memorialized in the children's book And Tango Makes Three (Parnell and Richardson 2005). The book proposes the moral that all kinds offamilies ...
Author: Catriona Mortimer-Sandilands
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Treating such issues as animal sex, species politics, environmental justice, lesbian space and "gay" ghettos, AIDS literatures, and queer nationalities, this lively collection asks important questions at the intersections of sexuality and environmental studies. Contributors from a wide range of disciplines present a focused engagement with the critical, philosophical, and political dimensions of sex and nature. These discussions are particularly relevant to current debates in many disciplines, including environmental studies, queer theory, critical race theory, philosophy, literary criticism, and politics. As a whole, Queer Ecologies stands as a powerful corrective to views that equate "natural" with "straight" while "queer" is held to be against nature.
This charming penguin family romance was memorialized in the children's book And Tango Makes Three ( Parnell and Richardson 2005 ) . The book proposes the moral that all kinds of families , and all kinds of reproductive methods ...
Author: No‘l Sturgeon
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
In this thoughtful and highly readable book, Noël Sturgeon illustrates the myriad and insidious ways in which American popular culture depicts social inequities as “natural” and how our images of “nature” interfere with creating solutions to environmental problems that are just and fair for all. Why is it, she wonders, that environmentalist messages in popular culture so often “naturalize” themes of heroic male violence, suburban nuclear family structures, and U.S. dominance in the world? And what do these patterns of thought mean for how we envision environmental solutions, like “green” businesses, recycling programs, and the protection of threatened species? Although there are other books that examine questions of culture and environment, this is the first book to employ a global feminist environmental justice analysis to focus on how racial inequality, gendered patterns of work, and heteronormative ideas about the family relate to environmental questions. Beginning in the late 1980s and moving to the present day, Sturgeon unpacks a variety of cultural tropes, including ideas about Mother Nature, the purity of the natural, and the allegedly close relationships of indigenous people with the natural world. She investigates the persistence of the “myth of the frontier” and its extension to the frontier of space exploration. She ponders the popularity (and occasional controversy) of penguins (and penguin family values) and questions assumptions about human warfare as “natural.” The book is intended to provoke debates—among college students and graduate students, among their professors, among environmental activists, and among all citizens who are concerned with issues of environmental quality and social equality.
ily romance was memorialized in the children's book And Tango Makes Three (Parnell and Richardson, 2005). The book proposes the moral that all kinds of families, and all kinds of reproductive methods, are equally valuable as long as ...
Author: L. Anders Sandberg
Publisher: Canadian Centre Policy Alternatives
Category: Political Science
"Climate Change\U+2014\Who\U+2019\s Carrying the Burden? rallies the call of climate justice advocates and activists concerned with \U+2018\system change not climate change\U+2019\. This call demands control of local resources, the restitution of past wrongs, and the willingness to conceive and accept different modes of living and seeing."--Back cover.
My public library director has asked us to move And Tango Makes Three (Simon & Schuster, 2005) from the picture-book section to our nonfiction section. Is that a form of censorship? July 2007 It's certainly an attempt to restrict access ...
Author: Pat R. Scales
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Scales on Censorship: Real Life Lessons from School Library Journal contains Pat R. Scales collected columns, all written in response to active book challenges or questions of intellectual freedom and library ethics. These columns have a ripped from the headlines immediacy even as they reflect the core values and policies of librarianship. They are organized by topic and each is framed with a brief new introductory essay. Scales’ powerful reputation and practical ethically-based solutions has made her a key spokesperson and support for librarians working under a censorship siege.
... Linda de Haan's King and King (2003), and Justin Richardson, Peter Parnell, and Henry Cole's And Tango Makes Three (2005), a true story about two male penguins in New York's Central Park Zoo and the baby penguin they raise together.
Author: Philip Nel
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Literary Collections
Presents a collection of twentieth-century American leftist children's literature, including contributions from such well-known writers as Dr. Seuss and Julius Lester, and many from less familiar figures.
And Tango Makes Three, Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson 167 1993—“Don't Ask Don't Tell” policy enacted for the military, forbidding questions about sexual orientation of applicants 1998—Matthew Shepard murdered for being gay, ...
Author: Zeke Jarvis
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Censorship has been an ongoing phenomenon even in "the land of the free." This examination of banned books across U.S. history examines the motivations and effects of censorship, shows us how our view of right and wrong has evolved over the years, and helps readers to understand the tremendous importance of books and films in our society. • Provides readers with a broad understanding of the different levels of censorship • Puts challenges to books into historical context of societal standards and current events • Takes both historical and literary perspectives, recognizing the lasting cultural influences of texts and their literary significance • Presents biographical background of major authors who have been challenged • Identifies the source and explains the result of challenges to the most important or influential banned books • Compares challenges to controversial books against similar challenges to controversial films, television shows, and video games
At the end, the narrator told the audience that they could read all about the penguins in a book called And Tango Makes Three. The next day, Tommy and his mom went to the children's room at their public library. Tommy told the librarian ...
Author: Elizabeth A. Buchanan
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This valuable book, written specifically for library and information science professionals, presents 125 case studies that combine theories of ethics and librarianship with practical, real-life scenarios. After an introduction to ethics in library and information science, chapters are devoted to ethical issues in five categories: intellectual freedom, privacy, intellectual property, professional ethics, and intercultural information ethics. Each chapter has a theoretical introduction to the issue under consideration followed by 25 case studies, each of which includes its own set of discussion questions. Perfectly suited to classroom use, these case studies help bridge the complicated gap between students, academics, and practitioners in the field by promoting critical thinking and responsible action. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
Table 7.31: Year 5: LI: To accept people who are different from me Text: And Tango Makes Three (by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell) Learning intention: To accept people who are different from me Success criteria.
Author: Andrew Moffat
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This brand new resource provides much needed support for every primary school in the delivery of the objectives outlined in the Equality Act 2010; and in the provision of personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) for every child. This resource provides teachers with a curriculum that promotes equality for all sections of the community. But more than that, the resource aims to bring children and parents on board from the start so that children leave primary school happy and excited about living in a community full of difference and diversity, whether that difference is through ethnicity, gender, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or religion. The resource includes 5 lesson plans for every primary school year group (EYFS- Y6) based upon a selection of 35 picture books. Issues addressed include: gender and gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, disability and age. There is an introductory chapter explaining the legal framework behind the resource, quoting Ofsted and the DfE. A second chapter focuses on creating the whole school ethos through assemblies, school displays and after school clubs. A third chapter focuses on engaging parents. Age 7+ Format 96pp, paperback (245 x 171mm) Andrew has been a full time teacher for 20 years and is currently the Assistant Head Teacher in a large primary school in inner city Birmingham.
Before turning to the two sources of data we seek to compare and contrast, we first present a story from another children's storybook—this time And Tango Makes Three (Richardson and Parnell 2005)—to illustrate some of the claims we have ...
Author: Damien W. Riggs
This book draws together research on posthumanism and studies of kinship to elaborate an account of western human kinship practices. Studies of kinship have increasingly sought to critique the normative assumptions that often underpin how caring relationships between humans are understood. The categorisation of 'human' and 'kinship' is brought into question and this book examines who might be excluded through adherence to accepted categories and how a critical lens may broaden our understanding of caring relationships. Bringing together a diverse array of analytic foci and theoretical lenses, Critical Kinship Studies opens up new avenues for understanding what it means to be in relationships with others, and in so doing challenges the human exceptionalism that has often limited how we think about family, loss, love and subjectivity.
After the librarian finished reading And Tango Makes Three, the little girl — the child of same-sex parents — stood up and cheered. It was the first time ever that a book that mirrored her family life had been read and celebrated in ...
Author: Jamie Campbell Naidoo
"This book examines and suggests picture books and chapter books presenting LGBTQ content to children under the age of 12--it's one of the only available resources to provide this important information"--
Neither one nor the other of these readings of And Tango Makes Three is correct, or more compelling or worthwhile. One reading cannot be made to erase the other; the first reading cannot simply be extracted from the second.
Author: Deborah Youdell
This book sets out a series of possible approaches to pursuing social justice in and through educational settings. It identifies a series of key features of the contemporary political, theoretical and popular landscape in relation to school practice.