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Balloons Over

Balloons Over Broadway

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What did Tony like to do as a young child? He liked to figure out how to make things move
What did Tony do to make feeding the chickens easier? He rigged some rope and a pulley so the chicken door would open, and he could stay in bed.
Tony's dad was so impressed with Tony's invention to feed the chickens that he never made him do another _____ chore
Where did Tony move when he grew up? He moved to London first and then moved to New York.
Where in New York did Tony perform with his marionette puppets? Broadway
What was the name of the department store where Tony worked? Macy's
In the Wondertown Window, Tony made his new puppets based on ____ characters. storybook
Many of the people that worked at Macy's were ____. immigrants
His first parade was based on ______ from all over the world. street carnivals
When is the the Macy's Day Parade? Thanksgiving Day
Tony replaced the animals with ____. puppets made out of rubber.
Where did Tony get his ideat to make his big puppets move? from an Indonesian rod puppet in his toy collection.
Why did Tony add helium to his balloons? Helium is lighter than air, and he wanted the balloons to rise up in the sky soe everyone could see them.
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