Where the wild things are --and 5 more stories by Maurice Sendak
|Availability:||Available at 15 Libraries 16 of 18 copies|
SummaryWhere the wild things are: When Max is sent to bed without supper, he sails off to a world inhabited by weird creatures. In the night kitchen: Mickey is awakened by noises in the night. Alligators all around: Alligators dance and sing through the alphabet. One was Johnny: Counting forwards and backwards has never been so much fun. Pierre: Pierre doesn't care about anything until he meets a hungry lion. Chicken soup with rice can be enjoyed all year long while learning the months.
ContentsWhere the wild things are
In the night kitchen
Alligators all around
One was Johnny
Chicken soup with rice.
|Series||Scholastic storybook treasures.|
Imagination in children
-- Juvenile films.
Noise -- Juvenile films.
Alligators -- Juvenile films.
|Publisher|| Weston, Conn. : [New York, NY] :Distributed by West Woods Studios ;2008
Distributed by New Video,
Sendak, Maurice, author, illustrator.
Schickele, Peter composer, narrator.
Weston Woods Studios.
New Video Group.
Where the wild things are / written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak ; music and narration by Peter Schickele -- In the night kitchen / written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak ; music and narration by Peter Schickele -- Alligators all around / written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak -- One was Johnny / written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak -- Pierre / written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak -- Chicken soup with rice / written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak.
Recommended for ages 3-8.
English, dubbed French or dubbed Spanish dialogue (French and Spanish only available on Where the wild things are).
Title from container.
The Nutshell Kids from the Nutshell Library, songs performed by Carole King.
"A read-along DVD."
Special features: Getting the know Maurice Sendak.
1 videodisc (approximately 54 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.