He's Got the Whole World in His Hands... and More Stories to Celebrate the Environment (Scholastic Storybook Treasures)
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HE S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS (Illustrated by Kadir Nelson, sung by Crystal Taliefero) This beloved folk song celebrates the connection between people and nature.
COME ON, RAIN! (By Karen Hesse, illustrated by Jon J. Muth, narrated by Laila Ali) Tess knows that the only thing that can fix the endless summer heat is a good, soaking
rainstorm. When it finally comes everyone rejoices.
GIVING THANKS: A NATIVE AMERICAN GOOD MORNING MESSAGE (Written and narrated by Chief Jake Swamp, illustrated by Erwin Printup Jr.) This Thanksgiving Address is a message
of peace and appreciation of Mother Earth and all her inhabitants.
OWL MOON (Written and narrated by Jane Yolen, Illustrated by John Schoenherr) A young girl and her father take a magical, night-time walk through the snowy woods in
search of the Great Horned Owl.
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THE TALE OF THE MANDARIN DUCKS (Written by Katherine Paterson, illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon, narrated by B.D. Wong) A compassionate couple risks their lives to save a pair of Mandarin ducks.
PATRICK (Written and illustrated by Quentin Blake) The countryside comes alive with Patrick s fiddle music.
A BOY, A DOG AND A FROG (Live Action- Based on the book illustrated by Mercer Mayer) A young boy and his dog spend the afternoon trying to catch a playful frog.
Top Customer Reviews
have read the contents more clearly because I thought it was all about African American Stories. It was not! But I
was still surprisingly delighted at the contents, The pictures, colors and stories are quite nice and I think young children
will really like viewing this DVD.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This will work quite well in my various aged classrooms. I enjoy having the books on a DVD to review as well. Thank you.Published on June 22, 2014 by Keri Schow
This movie came quick and in great condition. We first saw this at the library and wanted it as part of our collection. Completely satisfied, no complaints!Published on March 10, 2014 by Nicole Swanston