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Collect the entire library of Scholastic Storybook Treasures and read along on screen with your favorite classic children's stories, brought vividly to life on DVD.
*All stories written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak*
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE (Music and Narration by Peter Schickele) When Max is sent to bed without supper, he sails off to a world inhabited with weird creatures. He becomes king of all wild things--until he misses his real home.
IN THE NIGHT KITCHEN (Music and Narration by Peter Schickele) Mickey is awakened by noise in the night. Who s in the night kitchen making all that clatter?
THE NUTSHELL KIDS - From the Nutshell Library, Songs Performed by Carole King: ALLIGATOR S ALL AROUND--Alligators dance and sing through the alphabet in a jamboree from A to Z. PIERRE--Pierre doesn t care about anything until he meets a hungry lion who changes everything. ONE WAS JOHNNY--Counting forwards and backwards has never been so much fun with Johnny and his uninvited house guests. CHICKEN SOUP WITH RICE--Chicken soup with rice can be enjoyed around the world all year long. Learning the months of the year has never been so delicious!
DVD Features: Getting to Know Maurice Sendak; Spanish Version of Where the Wild Things Are; French Version of Where the Wild Things Are
This CD is absolutely the best little collection of stories! When my kids were young, we had this collection on a VHS tape (which they just about wore out playing it over and over... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joan Waddell
I purchased this so I could watch In the Night Kitchen. I used to watch In the Night Kitchen on YouTube, but it always kept getting removed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zachary Lukes
My two year old loves these videos. They are basically just the animated version of the classic storybooks. They are slower paced and stories she knows and loves. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SZS
I had this years ago on VHS and wanted to be able to play it for my grandson as we are reading my sons favorite books, Where the Wild Things Are and In the Night Kitchen. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marie Seminaro
The animation for Where the Wild Things Are was just like the book which was great for my 3 & 5 year olds. The other shorts were a little odd but the boys still liked them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pam Oxendale
OK, I admit I'm a g-granny, but I love these stories. Scholastic books are the greatest. (I haven't yet tried the DVD on a youngster. Read morePublished 5 months ago by maltixx