From Publishers Weekly
Based on a television series produced for PBS, this lively exploration of creativity includes exercises and practices meant to encourage its liberation. A BOMC alternate in cloth and a QPB main selection. Illustrations.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From School Library Journal
YA-- This companion to the 1992 PBS series examines the nature of creativity, its manifestation in children and in the workplace, and its use in solving problems. The content is focused and authoritative, with many applications. The importance of intuition, thinking skills, risk taking, problem solving, and teamwork is stressed. Appropriate exercises encourage readers to discover their own creative spirit, but they are interspersed in sidebars throughout the book and are distracting as the text is often continued many pages later. However, overall, the suitable mix of readable text and varied, colorful illustrations make this an inviting work. Teachers and parents will find it especially useful, but the illustrations, sidebars, and quotations will draw students' interest.- Rebecca H. Carmichael, W. T. Woodson H.S., Fairfax, VA
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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