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.
THE DOT (Written and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds, narrated by Thora Birch) A mark can change everything. Vashti thinks she can’t draw, but when she explores her imagination she discovers her own creativity.
ART (Written and illustrated by Patrick McDonnell, narrated by Bobby McFerrin) Words are at the tip of a paintbrush. A picture can really be worth a thousand words.
ISH (Written and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds, narrated by Chester Gregory) Ramon is discouraged when his older brother makes fun of his drawings. How will he get his confidence back?
NORMAN THE DOORMAN (Written and illustrated by Don Freeman, narrated by Katherine Kellgren) Norman the Door Mouse secretly enters a sculpture competition at the art museum. Will he win?
WALLACE’S LISTS (Written by Barbara Bottner adn Gerald Kruglik, illustrated by Olof Landstrom, narrated by Zach Braff) Wallace, a mouse who loves life by lists, meets a spontaneous, artistic new neighbor named Albert. He soon discovers how enchanting life can be without his lists.
Supports: Creativity; Art Appreciation; Self-Esteem
Interview with Art author/illustrator Patrick McDonnell; Spanish Version of The Dot and Ish; Read-Along