- Sorry, this item is not available in
- Image not available
- To view this video download Flash Player
25 children's storybook classics on 4 DVDs!
25 exciting children's stories are faithfully adapted and brought to life in this 4-DVD collection. From beloved dinosaur tales to exciting stories about trucks to classic kid favorites, parents and children alike are sure to enjoy these storybook treasures brought to life and featuring celebrity narration by Chevy Chase, Anthony Edwards, Michael McKean and many more!
How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? ...and more classic dinosaur tales
How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
Danny and the Dinosaur
Stanley and the Dinosaurs
T is for Terrible
I Stink! ...and more stories on wheels
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
The Remarkable Riderless Runaway Tricycle
The Beast of Monsieur Racine
Arnie the Doughnut
Pete's a Pizza
Pete's a Pizza
The Great White Man-Eating Shark
The Island of Skog
What s Under my Bed?
Five Chinese Brothers
The Mouse and the Motorcycle
The Mouse and the Motorcycle
DVD Features: Interactive Menu, Scene Selection
Scholastic Storybook Treasures are award-winning adaptations of some of the best-loved children's books of all time. Each piece faithfully preserves the words and artwork of the original stories using animation, camera movement, and sometimes live action to bring the words on the page to life on the screen. The Dinosaurs, Trucks, Monsters and More! compilation features four DVDs with stories about things that fascinate children: dinosaurs, trucks, food, toys, and animals. The How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? disc follows some unruly dinosaurs as they get ready for bed, learn about manners, and spend a day at home sick in bed. Danny and the Dinosaur explores what might happen if a dinosaur came to life for a day, Stanley and the Dinosaurs features a clever live-action, animatronic dinosaur who uses his head to solve problems, Dinosaur Bones is essentially a jazz recitation of dinosaur facts, and T is for Terrible showcases a sensitive T-Rex who ponders his bad reputation. Trucks and other wheeled vehicles prove just how important they are to society in the second disc which includes I Stink, Trashy Town, Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, and The Remarkable Riderless Runaway Tricycle. Friendship takes on some strange new forms in Arnie the Doughnut and The Beast of Monsieur Racine. In the third disc, imagination runs wild with fantastical creatures, everyday people, and strange mythical talents. Laugh along with the silly antics of Pete's a Pizza, take a fantastical journey to earth with the Moon Man, imagine what you can create with Max's Words, and ponder the remarkable talents of The Five Chinese Brothers. Other stories include The Great White Man-Eating Shark, The Island of Skog, and What's Under My Bed?. The final disc presents Beverly Cleary's The Mouse and the Motorcycle, a 41-minute live action, animatronic film from 1986 in which a young boy named Keith discovers and befriends a talking mouse who ends up riding his toy motorcycle and providing Keith with much-needed medication. The live-action Wee Gillis, from 1938, chronicles a boy's struggle to decide between the highland and lowland life in Scotland, highlighting his realization that he's destined to combine aspects of both ways of life. Each story is expertly narrated, often by celebrities like Chevy Chase or Anthony Edwards, most offer read-along options, and there are also three bonus Spanish versions of How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?, Danny and the Dinosaur, and Moon Man. For a multisensory experience, find a copy of the books and help your child follow along as she watches--it's doubly enjoyable that way and it might just inspire a lifelong love of reading. (Ages 2 and older) --Tami Horiuchi
My 5 year old grandson loves the scholastic video book series. They watch these as a quiet time wind down. Thank you for such a great product.Published 8 months ago by Mary K LaFollette
Thank you. The item arrived in excellent shape and as described. Their are many stories in this collection that weren't a hit for grandkids. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mary A. Walker
I am Korean, My son dosn't understand English words but He likes it so much~. Every chilidren like it I believe.Published 15 months ago by Kang, Seung-Wan
These DVDs are just the best for kids, for those cold or rainy days, or for car travel. My grandkids love them. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jimmy's daughter
Thanks for quick shipping and the dvd is perfect. We have some of the books so its fun to watch it on the tv as well.Published 19 months ago by melanie
This set contained a great selection of stories and bonus stories. It came packaged well with each collection/DVD having it's own case. Read morePublished 19 months ago by strollinbfarm