||Book: Dear you, lots of love, me / Marlo Thomas -- Free to be-- you and me / by Stephen Lawrence and Bruce Hart -- Boy meets girl / by Peter Stone and Carl Reiner -- When we grow up / by Stephen Lawrence and Shelley Miller -- What are little boys made of? / by Elaine Laron -- Ladies first / by Shel Silverstein ; adapted by Mary Rodgers -- Don't dress your cat in an apron / by Dan Greenburg -- Parents are people / by Carol Hall -- The pain and the great one / by Judy Blume -- Sisters and brothers / by Stephen Lawrence and Bruce Hart -- The southpaw / by Judith Viorst -- The old woman who lived in a shoe / by Joyce Johnson -- My dog is a plumber / by Dan Greenburg -- Dudley Pippin and the principal / by Phil Ressner -- It's all right to cry / by Carol Hall -- William's doll : based on the book by Charlotte Zolotow / adapted by Mary Rodgers and Sheldon Harnick -- The field / by Anne Roiphe -- Three wishes / by Lucille Clifton -- No one else / by Elaine Laron -- Glad to have a friend like you / by Carol Hall -- Zachary's divorce / by Linda Sitea -- Helping / by Shel Silverstein -- The sun and the moon / by Elaine Laron -- Atalanta / by Betty Miles -- If wishes were fishes / by David Slavin -- Free to make some music -- Free to get started / by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. -- What buying this book will do-- / by Gloria Steinem -- The rhyme and reason behind Free to be-- you and me / by Letty Cottin Pogrebin.
||CD: Free to be-- you and me (performed by the New Seekers) / music by Stephen Lawrence ; lyrics by Bruce Hart -- Parents are people (performed by Marlo Thomas & Harry Belafonte) / by Carol Hill -- Sisters & brothers / (performed by Voices of East Harlem) / music by Stephen Lawrence ; lyrics by Bruce Hart -- It's all right to cry (performed by Rosie Grier) / by Carol Hall.
||A compilation of inspirational stories, songs and poems that celebrate individuality and challenge stereotypes.
|General note||"A project of the MS. Foundation, Inc."|