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1. By the people: the election of Barack Obama by By the people : the election of Barack Obama /Benjamin Goldhirsh; Amy Rice; Alicia Sams; Craig Wedren; HBO Documentary Films.; et al; Publication: Culver City, CA : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2010] . 1 videodisc (ca. 116 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. , Documents Barack Obama's history-making road to the White House as the nation's first African-American president. Follows the former Senator from his decision to throw his hat in the ring to his historic election, and inauguration. Includes interviews, candid moments with his wife Michelle, and his daughters, Malia and Sasha, plus his senior campaign staff, his supporters, aids, and the media. | English dialogue with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing. Availability: No items available:

2. Roads to Memphis : the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr / Stephen Ives; Hampton Sides; Insignia Films.; PBS Distribution (Firm); WGBH Educational Foundation. by Ives, Stephen Publication: 2010 . 1 videodisc (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. , Documents the story of assassin, James Earl Ray, his target, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the seething, turbulent forces in American society that led these two men to their violent and tragic collision in Memphis in April of 1968. Explores the wildly disparate, yet fatefully entwined stories of Ray and King to create a complex, engaging, and thought-provoking portrait of America in that crisis-laden year. Date: 2010 Availability: No items available:

3. Broadway: the American musical v. 1 with English/Chinese subtitles.   Publication: PBS Video 2004 . 120 min. ; color. , BROADWAY: THE AMERICAN MUSICAL is a new six-part documentary series that chronicles the Broadway musical throughout the 20th century and explores the evolution of this uniquely American art form. Episode one: Give My Regards to Broadway (1893-1927) Featured Musicals : "In Dahomey", "Little Johnny Jones", "Show Boat", "The Black Crook", "The Great Ziegfeld", "Ziegfeld Follies" When Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. first hit New York in 1893, the intersection of Broadway and 42nd was nobody's idea of "the crossroads of the world." But by 1913, "'The Ziegfeld Follies' really were an amalgamation of everything that was happening in America, in New York, at that time," says writer Philip Furia. "Flo Ziegfeld was like the Broadway equivalent of the melting pot itself." Ziegfeld's story introduces many of the era's key figures: Irving Berlin, a Russian immigrant who became the voice of assimilated America; entertainers like Jewish comedienne Fanny Brice and African American Bert Williams, who became America's first "crossover" artists; and the brash Irish American George M. Cohan, whose song-and-dance routines embodied the energy of Broadway. This is also the story of the onset of World War I and the Red Summer of 1919, when labor unrest swept the nation -- and Broadway. The episode culminates in Ziegfeld's 1927 production of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II's far-sighted masterpiece, "Show Boat." With the Great Depression, the Ziegfeld era became a memory. Episode two: Syncopated City (1919-1933) Featured Musicals "A connecticut Yankee", "George White Scandals" ,"Good News", "Lady Be, Good!", "Runnin' Wild", "Sally", "shuffle Along", "The Garrick Gaieties", "Tip-Toes" Gossip columnist Walter Winchell gave Broadway a nickname that becomes synonymous with all of New York: "It is the Big Apple, the goal of all ambitions, the pot of gold at the end of a drab and somewhat colorless rainbow." With the advent of Prohibition and the Jazz Age, America convulsed with energy and change, and nowhere was the riotous mix of classes and cultures more dramatically on display than Broadway. "There was this period in which everybody was leaping across borders and boundaries," says director/producer George C. Wolfe. "There was this incredible cross-fertilization, cultural appropriation." While brash American women flapped their way to newfound freedoms, heroines of Broadway like Marilyn Miller became a testament to pluck and luck. It was the age of "Whoopee" and the "Charleston," "Runnin' Wild" and the "George White Scandals." In 1921, a jazz show like no other arrived: "Shuffle Along," which featured a rich, rousing score by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, reopening Broadway's doors to black artists. Unique talents like the Marx Brothers and Al Jolson -- a Jewish immigrant and Prohibition's biggest star -- rocketed to stardom. The Gershwin brothers, the minstrels of the Jazz Age, brought a "Fascinating Rhythm" to an entire nation. Innovative songwriting teams like Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart ignited a new age of bright melodies and clever lyrics with the massive hit "Manhattan." But as the Roaring Twenties came to a close, Broadway's Jazz Age suffered the one-two punch of the "talking picture" and the stock market crash, triggering a massive talent exodus to Hollywood and putting an end to Broadway's feverish expansion. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

4. Broadway: the American musical v. 2 with English/Chinese subtitles   Publication: PBS Video 2004 , BROADWAY: THE AMERICAN MUSICAL is a new six-part documentary series that chronicles the Broadway musical throughout the 20th century and explores the evolution of this uniquely American art form. Episode 3: I Got Plenty O'Nuttin' (1929-1942) Featured Musicals are "Americana", "anything Goes", "As Thousands Cheer", "Gay Divorce" "Girl Crazy", "Of Thee I sing", "Pal Joey", "Paris", "Porgy and Bess", "The Cradle Will Rock", "This is the Army" The Great Depression proved to be a dynamic period of creative growth on Broadway, and a dichotomy in the musical theater emerged. Productions like Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" offered glamour and high times as an escape, while others -- such as "Of Thee I Sing," which satirized the American political system, and the remarkable WPA production of "The Cradle Will Rock," about a steel strike -- dealt directly with the era's social and political concerns. When Bing Crosby recorded "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime," the doleful Broadway ballad took the hit parade by surprise. "This song spoke to the hearts, and to the minds, and to the emotions and thoughts, of everybody who lived during that depression," says lyricist Yip Harburg's son, Ernie. Rodgers and Hart created a string of new shows, including the sexually frank "Pal Joey," a genuine departure that starred newcomer Gene Kelly. In the gloom of the depression, Porter offered Broadway audiences such unforgettable songs as "You're the Top," which served as an effervescent tonic to a weary nation. In 1935, George Gershwin created his epic masterpiece, "Porgy and Bess," bringing a hybrid style of folk opera to Broadway. The onset of World War II galvanized the country and America's troubadour, Irving Berlin, rallied the troops with "This Is the Army." Episode 4: Oh, What a Beautiful Morning (1943-1960) Featured Musicals are "annie Get Your Gun", "Carousel", "Guys and Dolls", "Kiss Me, Kate", "My Fair Lady", "Oklahoma!","On the Town", "Sound of Music", "South Pacific" The new partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II changed the face of Broadway forever, beginning with the record-breaking "Oklahoma!" in 1943, featuring a landmark ballet by Agnes de Mille. "Carousel" and "South Pacific" then set the standard for decades to come by pioneering a musical where story is all-important. For challenging the country to confront its deep-seated racial bigotry, "South Pacific" won the Pulitzer Prize. In "On the Town," an exuberant team of novices -- Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and Jerome Robbins -- captured the energy, humor, and pathos of New York City during World War II. Irving Berlin triumphed again with "Annie Get Your Gun," featuring Ethel Merman and the unofficial anthem of the American musical theater, "There's No Business Like Show Business." In shows like "Guys and Dolls," "My Fair Lady," and "Kiss Me, Kate," sophisticated adaptations of literary material prevailed. "Cole Porter led the way in writing adult songs about love and sex," says theater historian Robert Kimball. "He defied the censors. He, probably more than any other songwriter in this century, made it possible for the openness that we have in all popular music." In 1956, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe triumphed with "My Fair Lady," featuring an 18-year-old Julie Andrews. TV's THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW became the most important showcase for Broadway musicals. Yet with the death of Oscar Hammerstein II soon after the premiere of "The Sound of Music" in 1959, the curtain began to lower on a golden age. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

5. Broadway: the American musical v. 3, with English/Chinese subtitles.   Publication: PBS Video 2004 , BROADWAY: THE AMERICAN MUSICAL is a new six-part documentary series that chronicles the Broadway musical throughout the 20th century and explores the evolution of this uniquely American art form. Episode 5: Tradition (1957-1979) Featured musicals are "A Chorus Line", "Cabaret", "Chicago","Company", "Fiddler on the Roof", "Hair", "Hello, Dolly!", ""Pacific Overtures","Sweeney Todd", "The Pajama Game", "West Side Story" West Side Story" not only brought untraditional subject matter to the musical stage, it ushered in a new breed of director/choreographer who insisted on performers who could dance, sing and act. But by the time Jerome Robbins' last original musical, "Fiddler on the Roof," closed after a record run of 3,242 performances in 1972, the world of Broadway had changed forever. Rock 'n' roll, civil rights, and the Vietnam War ushered in new talents, many trained by the retiring masters, taking musical theater in daring new directions with innovative productions like "Hair," the first Broadway musical with an entire score of rock music. The adult narrative of Stephen Sondheim's "Company" plunged the musical into a new era. Hal Prince's conceptual staging showcased John Kander and Fred Ebb's dynamic score for "Cabaret." Bob Fosse captured a sexuality and cynicism ahead of its time with "Chicago," but it was director/choreographer Michael Bennett who spearheaded the biggest blockbuster of all -- "A Chorus Line." "It totally changed the musical theater," says Shubert Organization chairman Gerald Schoenfeld. "It was a catalyst for the improvement of this area, and of course this area is now the most desirable area in New York." With Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd," the Broadway musical reached unexpected new heights in style and material with a tale of slaughter and cannibalism set in 19th-century London. By the end of the 1970s, Broadway became the centerpiece of a remarkably successful public relations campaign that would lure tourists to New York for years to come. Episode 6: Putting it together Featured Musicals are "42nd Street", "Cats", "La Cage aux Folles", "Rent", "Sunday in the Park with George", "The Lion King", "The Producers", "Wicked" Legendary as the "Abominable Showman," notorious producer David Merrick reconquered Broadway in 1980 with a smash adaptation of the movie musical "42nd Street." But soon the biggest hits were arriving from an unexpected source -- London. Producer Cameron Mackintosh redefined the business of show business as "Cats," "Les Miserables," "The Phantom of the Opera," and "Miss Saigon" became international blockbusters. Sondheim's "Sunday in the Park with George" defied categorization while Jerry Herman's crowd-pleasing "La Cage aux Folles" had two men sing a love song to each other for the first time on the stage -- a breakthrough soon overshadowed by the decimation of Broadway by AIDS. Yet with Julie Taymor's triumphant reimagining of "The Lion King," Disney led an astonishing resurrection of 42nd Street. Composer Jonathan Larson scored a bittersweet victory with the rock-flavored "Rent," and the old-style musical was reborn in Mel Brooks' "The Producers," which became the first must-see musical comedy in decades, despite a ticket price of $480 for each VIP seat. After 9/11, Broadway -- like the rest of America -- emerged from the darkness. Broadway's corporate dominance continues to grow, as evidenced by new shows such as "Wicked," the biggest hit of the 2003-04 season, with 10 Tony nods. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

6. There was an old lady who swallowed a fly... and more stories that sing   Publication: Scholastic, 2004 . 57 mins. col. , This video includes three stories: There was an old lady who swallowed a fly, Antarctic Antics and Musical Max. | There was an old lady who swallowed a fly/ Adaped from the Caldecott Honor Book by Simms Taback; Narrated and sung by Cyndi Lauper. There was an old lady who swallowed a fuly, and no one know why. What else can this old lady fit in her stomach? | Antarctic Antics / by Judy Sierra; Illustrated by Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey; Music by Robert Reynolds & Scotty Huff; Swinging to the beat of award-winning songs, these penguins heat up the antarctic with their slips, slides, swims, and glides. | Musical Max / by Robert Kraus; Illustrated by Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey; Narrated by Mary Beth Hurt: Max stops playing his instruments after everyone compalins. But the peace and quiet is driving them crazy! Will Max ever be in the mood to play again? Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

7. Curious George rides a bike... and more tales of mischief   Publication: Scholastic, 2004 . 57 mins, col. , This video includes three stories: Curious George Rides a Bike, The Great White Man-eating shark, Flossie and the Fox. | Curious George Rides a Bike / by H.A. Rey; The man in the yellow hat gives curious George a brand new bicycle. What adventures are ahead for this little monkey and his new bike? | The Great White Man-eating Shark / by Margaret Mahy; illustrated by Jonathan Allen; Norvin, a boy who closely resembels a shark, uses his talents to scre away all the swimmers at Caramel Cove -- except for one female shark in love! | Flossie and the fox / by Patricia C. Mckissack; illustrated by Rachel Isadora; narrated by Patricia C. McKissack; Flossie meets up with a clever fox who has been making trouble around twon. Can Flossie outfox a fox, even if she's never seen one before? Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

8. Is Your Mama a Llmama?... and more stories about growing up   Publication: Scholastic 2003 . 52 mins col. , This disc includes four stories: Is your mama a Llama?, Leo the late Bloomer, Elizabeti's Doll, and Goose. | Is Your Mama a Llama? / by Deborah Guarino; illustrated by Steven Kellogg; Narrated by Amy Magigan; music by Ernest V. Troost; Lloyd the Llama asks all kinds of baby animals his question. Will he ever get the answer he longs to hear? | Leo the Late Bloomer / by Robert Kraus; illustrated by Jose Aruego; Narrated by Mary Beth Hurt; Music by Ernest V. Troost, Directed and animated by Michael sporn, A co-production of Pat Sajak's P.A.T. Productions and Weston Woods; What's the matter with Leo? He can't read, write, or speak like the other baby animals can. Will Leo ever bloom? | Elizabeti's Doll / by Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen; illustrated by Christy Hale; Narrated by Lynn whitfield; When her new baby brother arrives, Elizabeti wants a baby of her own. She finds a rock that will make a perfect baby! Is she ready to care for her won child? | Goose / written and illustrated by Moly Bang; narrated by Laura Dern; music by John Jennings; Co-produced by Sarah Kerruish for Spellbound productions and Weston Woods; A baby goose grows up in a loving family of woodchucks, but she still feels lonely and different -- until she finds her wings! Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

9. Chrysanthemum ... and more Kevin Henkes stories   Publication: Scholastic 2001 . 60 mins, col. , This disc includes three stories: Chrysanthemum, Owen, and A Weekend with Wendell. | Chrysanthemum / narrated by Meryl Streep; music composed by Ernest V. Troost; Chrysanthemum thinks her name is absolutely perfect -- until the kids at school make fun of her. It takes a special friend to change her classmates' minds. | Owen / narrated by sarah Jessica parker; music composed by Ernest V. Troost; Owen isn't happy when his parents won't let him bring Fuzzy, his beloved yellow blanket, to school. Luckily, Owen's mother has the perfect solution. | A weekend with Wendell / Narrated by Mary Beth Hurt; Sleepovers are usually fun, but spending a weekend with Wendell is anything but fun and games. sophie shows Wendell that, sometimes, she has to be boss too. Date: 2001 Availability: No items available:

10. Click, Clack, Moo Cows that type ... and more fun on the farm   Publication: Scholastic 2002 . 52 mins, col. , This disc includes three stories: Click, Click, Moo Cows that type, the day Jimm's Boa ate the wash, and the Pigs' Wedding | Click, Clack, Moo Cows that Type / adapted from the Caldecott Honor Boo; by Doreen Cronin; illustrated by Betsy Lewin; Narrated by Randy Travis; Cows that type? Hens on Strike? How can farmer Brown run his farm with no milk and no eggs? | The Day Jimm's Bao ate the Wash / by Trinka hakes Noble; illustrated by Steven Kellogg; music by Ernest V. Troost; the class trip to the farm was pretty dull -- until the cow started crying, the pigs got on the bus and Jimmy's pet bao got loose! | The Pigs' Wedding / written and illustrated by helme Heine; all the igs are too dirty and smelly for Porker and Curleytail's wedding -- until the hosts mix a few can of paint with lots of imagination! Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

11. The Snowy Day ... and more Ezra Jack Keat stories   Publication: Scholastic 2003 . 53 mins; col. , This disc includes four stories: The snowy day, Whistle for Willie, Peter's Chair, and Pet show. | The Snowy day / adapted from the Caldecott Medal Book; one winter morning Peter wakes up to see that snow has fallen, covering everything in the city! What exciting adventures will he have on this snowy day? | Whistle for Willie / wouldn't it be great if Peter could whistle for his dog, Willie? He tries hard, but he can't make a sound. Will his efforts ever pay off? | Peter's Chair / narrated by Loretta Long; a little sister means big trouble for Peter. First, his parents painted his cradle pin, and then painted his crib. But they won't paint Peter's chair. | Pet Show / archie wants to enter his cat in the neighborhood pet show -- but he cat has vanished! Even though all the kids search for him, he's nowhere to be found. What will Archie do? Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

12. Strega Nona... and more Caldecott Award-winning folk tales   Publication: Scholastic 2004 . 63 mins; col. , This disc includes three stories: Strega Nona, Joseph had a little Overcoat, Stone Soup. | Strega Nona / by Tomie dePaola; "Never go near my magic cooking pot," warns old witch Strega Non. But does Big anthony listen? No! | Joseph Had a Little Overcoat / by Simms Taback; Narrated by Rob Reiner; Joseph loves his little overcoat, but it's getting old and worn. Waht can he do with it now? | Stone Soup / by Marcia Brown; When three soldiers come to town, all the townsfolk hide their food. If the soldiers can't find any food, what will they eat? Stone soup, of course. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

13. Harold and the Purple Crayon... and more Harold Stories   Publication: Scholastic 2002 . 50 mins; col. , This disc includes three stories: Harold and the Purple Crayon, a Picture for Harold's Room, and Harold's Fairy Tale. | Harold and the Purple Crayon / Harold wants to take a walk in the moonlight so he draws a moon with his purple crayon. Now he is on a fantastic voyage! | A Picture for Harold's Room / Harold draws a picture for his room. soon he's bigger than a mountain. Next he's smaller than a bird. How will he ever get home? | Harold's Fairy Tale / With his purple crayon, Harold takes a trip through an enchanted garden, where he meets a king, an invisible giant witch, and a fairy with one magic wish. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

14. Corduroy... and more stories about friendship   Publication: Scholastic 2003 . 54 mins; col. , This disc includes three stories: Corduroy, Yo! Yes?, Here comes the Cat! | Cordury / Live Action -- based on the book by Don Freeman; Corduroy longs for someone to take him home from the department store. He thinks that finding his lost button may help, so he searches the store when nobody's around. Will Corduroy find the button on his adventure? | Yo! Yes? Adaped from the Caldecott Honor Book; Written and illustrated by Chris Raschka; Playing alone isn't very fun. But when a simple, "Yo!" is answered by a simple "Yes?" these two boys become the best of friends. | Here comes the Cat / by Frank Asch & Vladimir Vagin; A village of mice is in an uproar as the ominous shadow of a big cat aproaches. "Here comes the cat!" they shout. What will happen when the cat finally arrives? Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

15. Make Way for Ducklings... and more Robert McCloskey Stories   Publication: Scholastic 2004 . 62 mins; col. , This disc includes three stories: Make Way for Ducklings, Blueberries for Sal, and Time of Wonder. | Make Way for Ducklings / in this beloved childhood classic, Mr. and Mrs. Mallard look for the perfect spot to raise their young, and find it in the most unlikely place. | Blueberries for Sal / a little girl and a little bear on a blueberry-picking trip get mixed up with each other's mothers. Will they ever get the mix-up straight? | Time of Wonder / Follow two sisters spending a summer in Maine and experience a wonderful variety of natural sights and sounds. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

16. The Teacher from the Black Lagoon... and more slightly Scary Stories   Publication: Scholastic 2004 . 54 mins; col. , This disc includes four stories: The Teacher from the Black Lagoon, What's Under My Bed?, By the Light of the Halloween Moon, and The Three Robbers. | The Teacher from the Black Lagoon / by Mike Thaler; illustrated by Jared Lee; On the first day of school, a young boy expects the worst when he discovers that his new teacher is the "monstrous" Mrs. Green. | What's Under My Bed? / by James Stevenson; Mary Ann and Louie are convinced there is something scary under their beds -- until Grandpa tells them what was under his bed when he was young. | By the Light of the Halloween Moon / by Caroline Stutson; illustrated by Kevin Hawkes; A spying cat, a watchful witch, a hobgoblin sprite, and their scary companions plan to gobble up a young girl. But this brave girl would rather play a trick than be gobbled up as a treat. | The Three Robbers / by Tomi Ungerer; Three robbers terrify the countryside until they meet a little orphan girl named Tiffany. How will this chance meeting change the robbers' lives? Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

17. Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears... and more stories from Africa   Publication: Scholastic 2004 . 61 mins; col. , This disc includes three stories: Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears, A Story, A Story, and Who's in Rabbit's House? | Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears / adapted from the Caldecott Honor Book; by Verna Aardema; illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon; narrated by James Earl Jones; A tall tale set off a chain of mishaps in the jungle. Will the jungle creatures ever get the story straight? | A Story, A Story / adaped from the Caldecott Honor Book; by Gail E. Haley; Once, all the stories in the world belonged to Nyanme, the sky God. He kept them in a box beside his throne. But Ananse, the Spider Man, wanted them -- and caught three sly creature to get them. | Who's in Rabbit's House / by Verna Aardema; illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon; Narrated by James Earl Jones; Rabbit has a problem -- someone is inside her house and won't let her in. Can the leopard, rhino or elephant help Rabbit get in her house? Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

18. Good Night, Gorilla... and more bedtime stories   Publication: Scholastic 2002 . 51 mins; col. , This disc includes four stories: Good Night, Gorilla, How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?, Happy Birthday, Moon, and The Napping House. | Good Night, Gorilla / Written and illustrated by Peggy Rathmann; narrated by Anthony Edwards; The zookeeper is making his nightly rounds. He never suspects that one furry friend is making mischief along the way! | How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? / by Jane Yolen; illustrated by Mark Teague; music composed by Jerry Dale McFadden; Even dinosaurs make a fuss before bedtime. Can their Mommies and Daddies ever get them to bed? | Happy Birthday, Moon / written and illustrated by Frank Asch; music composed by Ernest V. Troost; This little bear won't sleep much tonight. He and the moon are too busy wishing each other happy birthday. | The Napping House / by Audrey Wood; illustrated by Don Wood; illustrated by don Wood; music composed by Ernest V. Troost; Granny and all the critters in her house pile on her bed for a nap... until a little flea has a big surprise. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

19. Harry the Dirty Dog... and more terrific tails   Publication: Scholastic 2002 . 60 mins; col. , This disc inclues three stories: Harry the Dirty Dog, Officer Buckle & Gloria, and Angus and the Ducks. | Harry the Dirty Dog / written by Gene Zion; illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham; music composed by Ernest V. Troost; Harry runs away before bath time. When he returns home covered in mud, his family doesn't recognize him. How will they know who he really is? | Officer Buckle & Gloria / adaped from the Caldecott Honor Book; written and illustrated by Peggy Rathmann; narrated by John Lithgow; music composed by Ernest V. Troost; When Officer Buckle tries to share his safety tips, nobody listens -- until he's partnered with a police god named gloria, who has her own way of demonstrating safety tips. | Angus and the Ducks / Live Action -- based on the book; by Marjorie Flack; Narrated by Debby Boone; music by Harry Manfredini; adapted by Susan Osborn and Gary Templeton; produced by Pat Sajak's P.A.T. productions; What's making all the noise on the other side of the hedge? When the door to Angus' house is left open, this curious pup gets his chance to find out. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

20. Chicka chicka boom boom...and lots more learning fun!   Publication: Scholastic, 2004 . 60 min. col. , The video includes four stories- Chicka chicka boom boom, Trashy town, Rosie's walk and the catepillar and the polliwog. | Chicka chicka boom boom / by Bill Martin, Jr. & John Archambault, illustrated by Lois Ehlert. The letters of the alphabet race each other up the coconut tree. But is there enough room for all of them? | Trashy town / by Andrea Zimmerman and David Clemesha, illustrated by Dan Yaccarino. Dump it in! Smash it down! Follow Mr. Gilly around Trashy Town until his truck is full of florious garbage. | Rosie's walk and the catepillar and the polliwog / by Pat Hutchins. A clumsy fox can't quite catch an unsuspecting hen on this fun-filled walk through the farm. | the catepillar and the polliwog / by Jack ken. The pilliwog watches teh caterpillar grow up and turn into "something else." But the caterpillar isn't the only one who's changing! Date: 2004 Availability: No items available: