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Golden Age: The Golden Age of Radio
Martha Wickham (au); Dan Brown (il)
Moving to the beat of her Walkman through the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, Emma finds the old radios in the Information Age exhibit vaguely familiar. They remind her of something she has seen in her grandmother’s living room. She closes her eyes & listens to her favorite song on her Walkman. But, suddenly, the music is not what Emma expects. She hears Big Band music playing, the music her grandparents love. She opens her eyes to find herself sitting in the middle of an unfamiliar living room with a family of strangers. And, on a prominent table in the room, sits a radio -- just like the one she saw in Grandma’s living room -- announcing news about World War II! Can this be possible? A Smithsonian Odyssey of Discovery. Color illus.
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