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IS YOUR MAMA A LLAMA? (Written by Deborah Guarino, illustrated by Steven Kellogg, narrated by Amy Madigan) Through playful rhyme and riddle, a young llama learns about all kind of different animals.
NOISY NORA (Written and illustrated by Rosemary Wells, narrated by Mary Beth Hurt) What’s a wee mouse to do when little brother and big sister take up Mom and Dad’s time? Make noise!
EACH PEACH PEAR PLUM (Written and illustrated by Janet and Allan Ahlberg, narrated by Buffy Allen) Children play ‘I spy’ with favorite nursery rhyme characters in this beloved story.
THE LITTLE RED HEN (Written and illustrated by Paul Galdone, narrated by TK) The classic tale of a hardworking hen who teachers her friends a thing or two about helping out.
READING TO YOUR BUNNY (Written and illustrated by Rosemary Wells, narrated by Diana Canova, David deVries, Rosemary Wells, Leigh Corra, and Joey Stack) An original story by Rosemary Wells that highlights the importance of reading to children.
Spanish Versions of Is Your Mama a Llama? and Noisy Nora, Read-along, Interview with Rosemary Wells
Parents' Choice Recommended 2004; Kid's First! Endorsed, (DVD/VHS), 2004; Chicago Parent's Top 10 DVDs of 2004More Info
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Posted in Famous Authors, Scholastic | Tagged deborah guarino, each peach pear plum, genre: animation, is your mama a llama, janet and allan ahlberg, NOISY NORA, paul galdone, read along, READING TO YOUR BUNNY, Rosemary Wells, the little red hen