Scholastic Treasury of 90 Storybook Classics DVD Box Set (16-DVDs)

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All the modern classics of children's literature, now in TV watchin' form. But that doesn't mean they replace the books completely.

Of course books are important. Of course they are! But let's not pretend that every single book is better than every single thing on DVD. That guy in a knitted short-sleeved sweater condemning "the idiot box" while reading his copy of Wisdom From Cats On The Internet is no better than any one of us! No better, sir and/or madame! There should be no reason to fear DVDs if we know they deliver quality!

So here's what we're proposing: don't use these classic favorites to replace books. Use them to supplement and inspire! Let your child enjoy the beauty of African folk tales (tales that were not originally written down, FYI) and the thrills of Where The Wild Things Are (a story that is more about visuals than story) and even the sweet plot of Corduroy (which, seriously, that's a book you NEED to buy) and then hurry out to buy them hardback copies of the stories they love the most.

See? That's how it's supposed to work. Books and televisions and laptops and carrier pigeons are just different ways of sharing information. It's not the medium that's good or bad. It's the message!

And that's a quote from someone who wrote a book. Take that, short-sleevey sweater guy.

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Story Count Advisement:
Hey! Savvy consumer types! Look Down Here!
If you're looking around for the Treasury of 90 Stories, it is normally advertised as having 100 Stories. But that's only because the manufacturer counts 10 stories twice. Those 10 have an extra Spanish translation version. We think that's kinda funny, (but not in a funny haha kinda way). So we did some calculations and are now calling this set the:
Scholastic Treasury of 90 Storybook Classics DVD Box Set​

Check our "Specs" tab to see a list of all the stories in this set
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Recommended Ages: 2 - 9 Years

90 award-winning and classic children's stories are faithfully adapted and brought to life in this comprehensive 16-DVD collection. From the Maurice Sendak classic Where the Wild Things Are, to the beloved adventures of Curious George and Corduroy, parents and children alike are sure to enjoy these classic treasures, featuring celebrity narration from Sarah Jessica Parker, James Earl Jones and many more!

The Treasury Includes 16 Favorites from the #1 Award-Winning Children s DVD Series:

  • Where the Wild Things Are... and other Maurice Sendak Stories
  • Harry the Dirty Dog... and more terrific tails
  • Curious George Rides a Bike... and more tales of mischief
  • Good Night, Gorilla... and more bedtime stories
  • Chrysanthemum... and more Kevin Henkes stories
  • Chicka Chicka Boom Boom... and lots more learning fun!
  • Harold and the Purple Crayon... and more Harold Stories
  • Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type... and more fun on the farm
  • There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly... and more stories that sing
  • Make Way for Ducklings... and more Robert McCloskey Stories
  • Corduroy... and more stories about friendship
  • Strega Nona... and more Caldecott Award-winning folk tales
  • The Snowy Day... and more Ezra Jack Keats stories
  • Is Your Mama a Llama?... and more stories about growing up
  • The Teacher from the Black Lagoon... and more slightly scary stories
  • Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People s Ears... and more stories from Africa

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Storybook Classics DVD
Number of DVDs: 16
Approximate Total Run Time: 14 hours, 41 minutes
Box Set Dimensions: 4.5" W x 7.75" H x 5.5" D
Complete Story Listing (Alphabetical)
A to C: 1. Alligators All Around
2. Angus and the Ducks
3. Antarctic Antics
4. Apt. 3
5. The Beast of Monsieur Racine
6. Blueberries for Sal
7. Burt Dow: Deep-Water Man
8. By The Light of The Halloween Moon
9. Cat and Canary
10. The Caterpillar and the Polliwog
11. Changes, Changes
12. Charlie Needs a Cloak
13. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
14. Chicken Soup With Rice
15. Chrysanthemum
16. Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type
17. Corduroy
18. The Cow Who Fell in the Canal
19. Curious George Rides a Bike
D to G: 20. A Dark, Dark Tale
21. The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash
22. Drummer Hoff
23. Elizabeti's Doll
24. Five Creatures
25. Flossie and the Fox
26. The Foolish Frog
27.14 Rats and a Rat Catcher
28. Georgie
29. Good Night, Gorilla
30. Goose
31. The Great White Man-Eating Shark
H to L: 32. Happy Birthday, Moon
33. The Happy Lion
34. Harold and the Purple Crayon
35. Harold's Fairy Tale
36. Harry the Dirty Dog
37. The Hat
38. Here Comes the Cat!
39. Hot Hippo
40. How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
41. In the Night Kitchen
42. Is Your Mama A Llama?
43. Joey Runs Away
44. John Brown, Rose and the Midnight Cat
45. Joseph Had a Little Overcoat
46. Keeping House
47. Lentil
48. Leo the Late Bloomer
49. A Letter to Amy
M to P: 50. Make Way for Ducklings
51. Monty
52. Musical Max
53. The Mysterious Tadpole
54. The Napping House
55. Officer Buckle & Gloria
56. One Was Johnny
57. Owen
58. The Paperboy
59. Patrick
60. Pet Show!
61. Peter's Chair
62. Picnic
63. A Picture for Harold's Room
64. Pierre
65. The Pig's Wedding
R to T: 66. The Rainbabies
67. Rosie's Walk
68. Smile for Auntie
69. The Snowy Day
70. Stone Soup
71. A Story, A Story
72. Strega Nona
73. The Tale of The Mandarin Ducks
74. The Teach The Black Lagoon
75. Teeny-Tiny and the Witch Woman
76. There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
77. The Three Robbers
78. Time of Wonder
79. Trashy Town
​80. The Trip
V to Y: 81. The Village of Round and Square Houses
82. Waiting for Wings
83. What's Under My Bed?
84. A Weekend With Wendell
85. Where the Wild Things Are
86. Whistle for Willie
87. Who's in Rabbit's House
88. Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears
89. The Wizard
90.Yo! Yes?
1. Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type
2. Curious George Rides a Bike
3. Is Your Mama A Llama?
4. Leo the Late Bloomer
5. Make Way for Ducklings
6. Musical Max
7. Stone Soup
8. Strega Nona
9. Where the Wild Things Are
10. Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears

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