BALLOONS OVER BROADWAY: THE TRUE STORY OF THE PUPPETEER OF MACY’S PARADE

By Melissa Sweet Juvenile nonfiction, Biography, 40 pages Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011 Tony Sarg, loved to figure out how things moved. R. H. Macy asked Tony to design the Macy’s department store holiday windows in New York. In 1924, the Macy’s employees were treated to a parade with the invention of the “upside-down marionettes” createdContinue reading “BALLOONS OVER BROADWAY: THE TRUE STORY OF THE PUPPETEER OF MACY’S PARADE”

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