Limit search to available items
Result page: Previous Record Next Record
Title Taking the high road.
Pub Info Solon, Ohio : Findaway World, LLC, [2018]
book jacket
Descript 1 video media player (approximately 1 hr., 22 min.) : digital ; 20 x 13 cm + 1 power charging cord
Time 012223
Descript two-dimensional moving image tdi rdacontent
other xxx rdacontent
video v rdamedia
computer c rdamedia
other vz rdacarrier
other nz rdacarrier
Series English language arts
Note Title from label.
Release date supplied by publisher.
Videos originally released as Fantastic Journeys and Roxaboxen: and other stories of imagination by Spoken Arts.
Issued on Playaway Launchpad, a pre-loaded learning tablet.
Content and/or functionality of apps on this tablet may have been modified for use on this device.
Powered by rechargeable battery ; container includes one power charging cord with both USB and AC adapters.
Earphones not required for audio playback.
Device does not have Internet connectivity.
Audience Ages 3-5.
Grades Pre-K-K.
Summary Hey Al!: This Caldecott Medal winner is a sharp, wry, and tender story about Al and his faithful dog, Eddie. They journey to a paradise and discover that home is the best place after all.
Honey ... Honey ... Lion!: After working together to obtain honey, the African honey badger always shares it with his partner, the honeyguide bird, until one day when the honey badger becomes greedy and his feathered friend decides to teach him a lesson. When greedy Badger decides to keep the honeycomb all to himself, instead of sharing it with Honeyguide bird, he is chased through the pond, over an anthill, and through a landscape of many exotic animals where something waits to teach Badger a valuable lesson.
Little Grunt and the big egg: Little Grunt has been sent out by his mother to gather eggs for a special Sunday brunch. He returns home with the biggest egg the Grunt Tribe has ever seen. They put the egg by the hearth and go to bed, dreaming of a special meal to share with the Ugga-Wugga Tribe. But that night, the egg breaks in half and the Grunts have a special surprise!
Miss Bridie chose a shovel: In 1856 Miss Bridie chose a shovel to take on her journey to America. She could have chosen other things to take with her on the ship that brought her to her new country, but she chose a shovel. Miss Bridie's shovel remains with her through many years, through good times, and through difficult times. As you follow Miss Bridie's life, you will see the important part the shovel she chose played as she grew older.
Miss Smith's incredible storybook: Zack is sure second grade will be boring, but that is before he meets his most interesting new teacher. Miss Smith has a knack for telling tales--when she reads to the class from her incredible book, the stories seem to literally spring to life. After each tale ends, the fantastic characters slip back into Miss Smith's mysterious book, leaving Zack and his classmates wide-eyed with wonder. One day Miss Smith is late for school and the principal takes over story time. See what happens when many books come to life at once and what it takes to restore calmness in the class.
Rembrandt's beret: Tiberius, a Florentine painter, tells his granddaughter of an adventure when the portraits of the old masters came to life and how he learned new meaning to the words "immortal masterpiece"!
Roxaboxen: Alice McLerran reveals the world of Roxaboxen where sand and rocks, wooden boxes, greasewood and Ocotillo change into streets and two ice cream shops.
The three snow bears: When Allo-ki loses her sled dogs, her search for them leads her to an igloo. She can't resist peeking inside ... and then she can't resist the smell of something delicious. Meanwhile, Mama, Papa, and Baby Snow Bear are out for a walk--waiting for their breakfast to cool. This Goldilocks story takes a wonderful twist when an endearing snow bear family and a curious Inuit girl meet face to face in a land where Inuits and the animals share the amazing Arctic landscape.
Weslandia: During summer vacation, young Wesley decides to plant a garden. He soon finds that he has instead created his own civilization--the garden's plants bear strange fruit, providing food, clothing, shelter, even recreation.
Contents Hey Al! (approximately 7 min.) -- Honey ... Honey ... Lion! (approximately 8 min.) -- Little Grunt and the big egg (approximately 11 min.) -- Miss Bridie chose a shovel (approximately 8 min.) -- Miss Smith's incredible storybook (approximately 8 min.) -- Rembrandt's beret (approximately 14 min.) -- Roxaboxen (approximately 9 min.) -- The three snow bears (approximately 8 min.) -- Weslandia.
Subject Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669 -- Juvenile films.
Children's stories -- Juvenile films.
Imagination -- Juvenile films.
Play -- Juvenile films.
Painting -- Juvenile films.
Voyages and travels -- Juvenile films.
Animals -- Juvenile films.
Honey badger -- Juvenile films.
Honeyguides -- Juvenile films.
Books and reading -- Juvenile films.
Genre Educational films.
Children's films.
DVD-Video discs.
Add Author McLerran, Alice, 1933-2019. Roxaboxen.
Based on (work): Fleischman, Paul. Weslandia.
Based on (work): Yorinks, Arthur. Hey Al!
Based on (work): Alcorn, Johnny, 1957- Rembrandt's beret, or, The painter's crown.
Based on (work): Brett, Jan, 1949- Honey, honey--lion!
Based on (work): Garland, Michael, 1952- Miss Smith's incredible storybook.
Based on (work): DePaola, Tomie, 1934-2020. Little Grunt and the big egg.
Based on (work): Brett, Jan, 1949- Three snow bears.
Based on (work): Connor, Leslie. Miss Bridie chose a shovel.
Spoken Arts.
Findaway World, LLC.
ISBN 9781509479153
Music # LP001144 Findaway World
Result page: Previous Record Next Record