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245 04 The second day|h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
246 30 2nd day 
264  1 [United States] :|bVideo Project,|c2011. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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       |bsd., col. 
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506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
508    Directed by Brook Peters. 
511 0  Narrators, Brook Peters, Michelle Peters, Dan Lauria, 
       Charles Durning. 
520    On September 11, 2001, 4 year-old Brook Peters was 
       attending his second day of kindergarten a few blocks from
       the World Trade Center in New York City when two planes 
       struck the Twin Towers. At age 11, Brook decided to make a
       film about that fateful day and its aftermath to give his 
       fellow students and teachers at Ground Zero area schools a
       chance to share with the world their experiences. The 
       Second Day is his touching and inspirational documentary, 
       completed when he was 14. The film provides a unique and 
       hopeful perspective on 9/11 through the eyes of young 
       people and educators who lived through it. Brook's life, 
       like that of so many others, was shaped by what he saw and
       felt on September 11. As his mother raced from Ground Zero
       with Brook on her shoulder, he watched as one of the 
       Towers fell. Brook also lost a number of firefighter 
       friends that day who he grew up around. In the film, 
       classmates, teachers, counselors and firefighters reflect 
       back on what they personally saw and felt on 9/11, how 
       they coped in the days that followed, and what they 
       learned from the experience. Ten years later, they found 
       there were a number of positive lessons to share: people 
       posses an inner strength and resilience that can overcome 
       tragedies and hard times; in times of need people help and
       support each other in unexpected ways; and by connecting 
       with others, we need not live our lives in fear and 
       terror. 
521 8  Not rated. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Peters, Brook. 
650  0 September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001. 
650  0 Terrorism|zUnited States. 
650  0 Victims of terrorism|zNew York (State)|zNew York
       |vBiography. 
650  0 Children and terrorism|zNew York (State)|zNew York|vCase 
       studies. 
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700 1  Peters, Brook. 
700 1  Peters, Michelle. 
700 1  Lauria, Dan. 
700 1  Durning, Charles,|d1923-2012. 
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