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Script to screen communication since 1994 for
Jim Henson • McGraw-Hill • Nickelodeon • Penguin Books
Rhino Records • Simon & Schuster • Warner Bros.

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April 6,7 --
Presentation to Third Graders, Chickering School, Dover, MA
April 25 --
Speaker, New England Society of Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators, Nashua, NH
May 16 --
Family Day in honor of the Navajo Code Talkers, Newport
News Public Library, VA


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Sara Hunter
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Sara Hoagland Hunter was an educator and a journalist prior to founding her own company which produces children's books, scripts, videos, and albums. The author of eight books for children, Ms. Hunter's best known work is The Unbreakable Code, winner of the Governor of Arizona Award, a Smithsonian Notable Book for Children, and winner of a Western Writers of America award, as well as a National Council of Teachers of English award. This inspiring story of the Navajo code talkers of World War II is based on Ms. Hunter's extensive interviews with the code talkers and chronicles the tale of the 29 brave men who invented the code that was never broken.

Ms. Hunter writes for Warner Bros., Nickelodeon, and Jim Henson Productions. Her award winning video, "Born Journey," aired on cable stations nationwide and won the Gold Award at the Charleston Film Festival in the Family and Children's category in 1996, as well as the Bronze Award at the Houston Film Festival in the Family Short Subject Film category in 1997. Ms. Hunter's two children's albums for Warner Bros. and Kid Rhino Records, featuring the Baby Looney Tunes, are currently running daily on the Cartoon Network..

Ms. Hunter holds a B.A. in French and Italian from Dartmouth College and an Ed.M. from Harvard University.

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Mark Twohig

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Producer, Editor
Mark has over 15 years experience in educational, entertainment, and online media production and development. Mark began his career in 1993 working as a producer and editor for educational publisher D.C. Heath and Company. While there, Mark contributed to some groundbreaking video development for interactive CD-ROMs. Two of his products, Discovering French Interactive and ¡DIME! Interactive, were honored with New Media's Invision Award of Excellence and the Macromedia People's Choice Award. In 1996 Mark became a producer and senior editor for Forever Baseball, a weekly half-hour show nationally broadcast in over 20 million homes. In the spring of 1998, Mark joined the Special Projects Division of MediaOne New England (now Comcast), and as a producer was responsible for the development and implementation of several major television and Internet initiatives, including the international broadcast of the special convocation in honor of His Excellency Nelson Mandela, President of the Republic of South Africa. In 2000 Mark joined the Los Angeles-based Donroy Media Corporation as a producer and editor, eventually becoming the company's Vice President. While with Donroy Media, Mark oversaw day-to-day operations of the company and was responsible for marketing and press campaigns aimed at bolstering the Donroy Media brand. Some Donroy Media clients included, Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios, Universal Studios, Starz, and ABC. Since leaving Donroy Media, Mark has pursued a variety of producing, editing, and web development projects through work with networks and corporations such as The Learning Channel, The Travel Channel, The Spanish Béisbol Network, and Heinemann Publishing.


Tom Segale

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Editor, Cameraman Extraordinaire
Tom Segale is an Emmy award winning editor and videographer. His productions range from flashy news and sports promotional spots to in-depth neighborhood profiles about his hometown of Boston. Tom has his own Video production company called Ivy Creative. Please visit his site "" to see more of his work.



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