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4 adorable stories that encourage early literacy skills
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.
SPLAT THE CAT (Written and illustrated by Rob Scotton, narrated by John Keating) The first day of school is always tough so Splat brings along his mouse pal, Seymour. He quickly learns that cats are supposed to chase mice! What else will Splat learn?
PICNIC (Written and illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully) The littlest mouse disappears on the way to a family outing, temporarily putting a damper on the fun and games. Will they ever find the little fella?
HONDO & FABIAN (Written and illustrated by Peter McCarty, narrated by Jeff Brooks) What happens when the dog of the house goes to the beach and leaves the cat at home with the baby? Find out in this gentle tale.
LEO THE LATE BLOOMER (Written by Robert Kraus, illustrated by Jose Aruego, narrated by Mary Beth Hurt) What’s the matter with Leo? He can’t read, write, eat neatly or speak like the other baby animals. His parents are very concerned, but one day that all changes.
Interview with Splat the Cat author/illustrator Rob Scotton; Read-AlongMore Info
Posted in Ages 2-6: My First Collection, Character Favorites, Scholastic | Tagged animals, cats, cooperation, early reading, friendship, genre: animation, genre: kids & family, mouse, My First Scholastic Storybook Treasures, school