A world of plenty, laughter, and fresh air is imperiled when machines begin to gobble up everything, including time itself. Chimneys are rising up where trees once stood, rivers are drying up and flowers are being trampled underfoot—until, in this modern-day fable, the people discover that they themselves have the power to protect and restore their world.
- 09/27/14 Houston, TX at Houston ISD
- 10/08/14 - 10/09/14 Madrid at Primer Festival Infantil de Literatura Iberoamericana, Casa de América
- 10/25/14 Chapman University, Orange, CA at Rededication of the Paulo Freire Archives Symposium: “Teaching Critically and Democratically: Politics and Pedagogy in Times of Crisis.”
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