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100 1  Kuttab, Daoud. 
245 10 Sesame Street, Palestine :|bthe ups and downs of producing
       a children's program|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /
       |cDaoud Kuttab. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bBlackstone Publishing,|c2020. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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511 0  Narrated by Nat Segaloff. 
520    Big Birds are rare in Palestine. After a surprise phone 
       call from Children's Television Workshop, Daoud Kuttab 
       took the chance of a lifetime to create a Palestinian 
       coproduction of Sesame Street. But the challenges of 
       producing a world-famous children's program quickly 
       escalated beyond just teaching Elmo to speak Arabic. From 
       finding actors and puppeteers in a country starved of 
       training to dealing with a community that considered the 
       production too provocative, the early days were less than 
       easy. Animating hand puppets against a backdrop of the 
       turbulent Palestinian-Israeli peace process drew him into 
       exciting, tense times that made Cookie Monster's search 
       for sweets seem like child's play. Days after the first 
       episode aired, Daoud was arrested. Journey into Kuttab's 
       unusual world, where the signing of the Oslo Accords, 
       Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, Hollywood star 
       Richard Gere, and the King of Jordan played important 
       roles. Not even Kermit could have imagined this unique, 
       exciting, and undeniably fascinating expansion of 
       America's most enduring children's show into a new world 
       bound by the West Bank desert, politics, media, and money.
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
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