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  1. ANTARCTIC ANTICS

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: Judy Sierra / Illustrator: Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey

    Film Awards: Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children’s Video; ALA Notable Video; Gold Award, Worldfest-Houston

    Celebrate the slips and slides and swims and glides of delightful penguins in poetry and song, with music by Scotty Huff and Robert Reynolds. DVD version features chapter breaks, easy-to-use menu, optional English subtitles and on-screen Learning Guides, and includes additional iconographic version featuring the poems read by the author, Judy Sierra.



  2. CHRYSANTHEMUM

    Grades: PreK–2
    Author: Kevin Henkes / Illustrator: Kevin Henkes

    Film Awards: ALA Notable Video; Gold Medal, The New York Festivals; CINE Golden Eagle; Gold Award, Worldfest-Flagstaff; "Children’s Favorite," Aspen Shortsfest; Honor Title, Storytelling World

    Audio Awards: ALA Notable Recording;

    A little mouse thinks her name is absolutely perfect until she starts school and all the kids make fun of her. Narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by Ernest V. Troost.



  3. CLICK, CLACK, MOO: COWS THAT TYPE

    Grades: PreK–4
    Author: Doreen Cronin / Illustrator: Betsy Lewin

    Film Awards: ALA Notable Video; Silver Remi Award, Worldfest Houston; BAMmie - Best Animated Short Film, BAMKids Film Festival; Finalist, USA Film Festival

    Audio Awards: ALA Notable Children’s Recording; ALA Notable Recording (Spanish Version)

    Book Awards: Caldecott Honor Book; ALA Notable Book

    A bunch of literate cows go on strike after Farmer Brown refuses to give in to their demands of electric blankets when the barn gets too cold. "Cows that type. Hens on strike!" How will Farmer Brown resolve his problems? Children will want to watch this hilarious barnyard romp over and over. Narrated by Randy Travis with music by Scotty Huff.

    DVD includes both English and Spanish versions with subtitles.



  4. DOCTOR DE SOTO

    Grades: K–4
    Author: William Steig / Illustrator: William Steig

    Film Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Animated Short Film; Best Film for Children, Canadian Int’l Animation Festival; Ruby Slipper Award, Int’l Children’s Film Fest.; Bronze Plaque, Film Council of Greater Columbus; CINE Golden Eagle

    Book Awards: Newbery Honor Book

    A hungry fox with a toothache begs a mouse dentist to relieve his pain in this modern-day fable.



  5. DOT, THE

    Grades: PreK–4
    Author: Peter H. Reynolds / Illustrator: Peter H. Reynolds

    Film Awards: Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children’s Video; ALA Notable Video; 2nd Prize, Chicago International Children’s Film Festival; Honorable Mention, Columbus International Film/Video Festival

    Audio Awards: ALA Notable Recording

    Book Awards: Christopher Medal Book

    Vashti may not be able to draw, but she can at least make a dot. When she sees the dot framed above her art teacher’s desk she decides that she can make a better dot. Soon Vashti is making big dots and small dots, red dots, blue dots and purple dots. At the school art show everyone admires her dot paintings and she realizes that art is about more than being able to draw. Narrated by Thora Birch with music by Jerry Dale McFadden. A co-production of Weston Woods Studios and FableVision, Inc.



  6. GIGGLE, GIGGLE, QUACK

    Grades: K–3
    Author: Doreen Cronin / Illustrator: Betsy Lewin

    Film Awards: Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children’s Video; ALA Notable Video; Finalist, NY Festivals; Honorable Mention, Columbus International Film & Video Festival

    Audio Awards: ALA Notable Recording; Storytelling World Award

    Duck has the last quack in this hilarious romp from the team that brought us CLICK, CLACK, MOO COWS THAT TYPE. Farmer Brown goes on vacation, leaving his brother Bob in charge. Little does Bob know that Duck has gone around and changed all of Farmer Brown’s instructions on how to take care of the animals. Narrated by Randy Travis with music by Scotty Huff and Robert Reynolds.

    DVD includes both English and Spanish versions with subtitles.



  7. HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOOD NIGHT?

    Grades: PreK–2
    Author: Jane Yolen / Illustrator: Mark Teague

    Film Awards: ALA Notable Video

    Audio Awards: ALA Notable Recording

    Book Awards: ALA Notable Book

    Few words pack a lot of punch in this delightful story about bedtime rituals. There will be no pouting or shouting or moping or moaning when the lights go out because dinosaur kids everywhere will want to see this production again and again)
    NOW IN SPANISH! AVAILABLE AS A BILINGUAL DVD (Eng/Spanish)



  8. JUST A FEW WORDS, MR. LINCOLN

    Grades: 2–7
    Author: Jean Fritz / Illustrator: Charles Robinson

    Film Awards: ALA Notable Video

    Audio Awards: ALA Notable Recording

    Abraham Lincoln had to run the country, win the war and look after his family. When he was asked to honor the soldiers who died in the great battle of Gettysburg, he made time to say a few words about them too.



  9. KNUFFLE BUNNY: A Cautionary Tale

    Grades: PreK–2
    Author: Mo Willems / Illustrator: Mo Willems

    Film Awards: Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children’s Video; ALA Notable Video; BAMmie Award for Best Animated Short Film, BAMkids Film Festival; KAFI Finalist; San Francisco International Film Festival Official Selection; Best of the Fest, New York International Children’s Film Festival; KidsFest! Short Film Award

    Audio Awards: Audie Award Winner

    Book Awards: Caldecott Honor Book; ALA Notable Book; BCCB Blue Ribbon Picture Book Award; Parenting Media Award Winner

    Trixie, Daddy and Knuffle Bunny take a trip to the neighborhood laundromat, but their exciting adventure takes an unexpected turn when Trixie realizes something is missing. Brilliantly narrated by author Mo Willems and his real-life daughter, Trixie, this instant classic will keep viewers on the edge of their seats! Directed and animated by MaGiK Studio. Music by Robert Reynolds and Scotty Huff.



  10. LEO THE LATE BLOOMER

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: Robert Kraus / Illustrator: Jose Aruego

    Film Awards: Gold Award, WorldFest-Houston; Finalist, The New York Festivals; Honorable Mention, Columbus International Film & Video Festival

    What’s the matter with Leo?" his father asks, when Leo can’t read, write, draw, eat neatly or speak. "He’s just a late bloomer", explains his mother. And sure enough, one day in his own good time, Leo shows everyone how glorious it is to finally bloom. Narrated by Mary Beth Hurt. A Co-Production of P.A.T. Productions and Weston Woods.



Read-Along highlights each word as it is narrated.
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