• Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille

    By Jen Bryant

    Ill. by Boris Kulikov

    Read by Pete Cross

    An inspiring biography of Louis Braille.

    "The focus on Braille as one of the world's great inventors is apt, and by taking a close look at his childhood, his family, and his experiences as a young person, Bryant makes Braille's story even more powerful." - School Library Journal, Starred Review

    Released August 29, 2017

  • Trombone Shorty

    By Troy Andrews

    Ill. by Bryan Collier

    Read by Arnell Powell

    The award winning autobiography of jazz artist Trombone Shorty comes to life in this vibrant video.

    A 2016 Caldecott Honor Book and Coretta Scott King (Illustrator) Award Winner - Awards

    Released June 28, 2016

  • Finding Winnie

    By Lindsay Mattick

    Ill. by Sophie Blackall

    Read by Katherine Kellgren

    The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear

    Before Winnie-the-Pooh, there was a real bear named Winnie. And she was a girl!

    "A perfect melding of beautiful art with soulful, imaginative writing, this lovely story, penned by Colebourn's great-great granddaughter, is ideal for sharing aloud or poring over individually." - School Library Journal (Starred Review)

    Released May 24, 2016

  • Brother Hugo and the Bear

    By Katy Beebe

    Ill. by S.D. Schindler

    Read by Gildart Jackson

    Based on a note in a 12th-century manuscript, this humorous tale is sure to delight young viewers.

    "Gildart Jackson's narration is full of an old-fashioned regal lilt as befits a tale set in the twelfth century in the world of monasteries, hand-copied manuscripts, and wild creatures outside the walls." - AudioFile Magazine

    Released August 25, 2015

  • The Rocket's Red Glare

    By Peter Alderman

    Ill. by Bea Moritz

    Read by Chris Lutkin

    Celebrating the History of The Star Spangled Banner

    Historically accurate and beautifully illustrated, this video appeals to children and parents alike.

    "Dreamscape did an incredible job bringing the pages to life. Chris Lutkin did a wonderful job narrating the story.” - Peter Alderman

    Released August 11, 2015

  • Rifka Takes a Bow

    By Betty Rosenberg Perlov

    A slice of immigrant life on New York's Second Avenue.

    "...adaptation of Betty Rosenberg Perlov’s charming tale about young Rifka, whose parents are actors in the Yiddish Theater. This delightful presentation not only fuels some dreams but introduces youngsters to one facet of the American Jewish experience." - Booklist (video review)

    Released July 28, 2015