• Isabella: Star of the Story

    By Jennifer Fosberry

    Ill. by Mike Litwin

    Read by Cris Dukehart

    Just How Much Can a Little Girl Dream?

    Every day is an adventure with Isabella!

    "Isabella, an imaginative, little purple-haired girl, discovers that reading is an adventurous and magical journey when her parents take her to the library, which turns into a whimsical dreamland of classic children's literary scenes . . . Storytellers will appreciate the introductions to the classics as Isabella discovers that all it takes is a library card and an imagination to soar through timeless tales." - School Library Journal

    Released March 8, 2016
    English

  • Isabella: Girl on the Go

    By Jennifer Fosberry

    Ill. by Mike Litwin

    Read by Cris Dukehart

    Just how far can a little girl dream?

    “This production is a nice introduction to some of the world’s most distinctive landmarks and will complement geography units for the youngest audiences.” - School Library Journal

    Released January 19, 2016
    English

  • My Name Is Not Isabella

    By Jennifer Fosberry

    Ill. by Mike Litwin

    Take a wild ride with Isabella as she discovers the sky's the limit!

    ""The exuberance of the text and typography, coupled with Isabella's force of personality, ensures that the pages fly along, largely and blessedly free of the earnestness that plagues so many "girls can do anything" books."" - Publishers Weekly

    Released November 17, 2015
    English

  • Snow Day for Mouse

    By Judy Cox

    Ill. by Jeffrey Ebbeler

    Read by Kirby Heyborne

    Join Cat and Mouse on their fun snow-filled adventures.

    “A delightful version of the popular picture book. It includes action, adventure, and a simple lesson about the rewards of friendship. Recommended for public library collections.” - School Library Journal (video review)

    Released October 27, 2015
    English

  • Halloween Is...

    By Gail Gibbons

    Ill. by Gail Gibbons

    Read by Qarie Marshall

    A celebration that provides all kinds of spooky fun.

    "...features an age appropriate look at Halloween history and ways children celebrate today..." - School Library Journal

    Released September 1, 2015
    English

  • Haunted House, Haunted Mouse

    By Judy Cox

    Ill. by Jeffrey Ebbeler

    Read by Kirby Heyborne

    Mouse's appetite leads him on a Halloween adventure in a trick-or-treat bag to a haunted house.

    "...perfect for early elementary school viewers in search of a sweet, not scary Halloween adventure." - School Library Journal (video review)

    Released September 1, 2015
    English

  • I'm a Big Girl

    By Greg Pope

    Ill. by Lea Wells

    Read by Greg Pope

    A Story for Dads and Daughters

    Based on the song Big Girl Now by Nashville singer/songwriter Greg Pope.

    “Fathers may enjoy sharing this DVD with their daughters, and they may relate to the parental reflection on how quickly children grow up.” - School Library Journal (video review)

    Released August 25, 2015
    English

  • Goldie Takes a Stand!

    By Barbara Krasner

    Ill. by Kelsey Garrity-Riley

    Read by Erin Yuen

    Golda Meir’s First Crusade

    Based on a true episode in the early life of Golda Meir.

    “This is an important addition to both school and public library collections. Recommended.” - School Library Journal (starred video review)

    Released August 11, 2015
    English

  • 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.

    "...a great addition to a classroom, school, or public library..." - School Library Journal (video review)

    Released August 11, 2015
    English

  • On a Beam of Light

    By Jennifer Berne

    Ill. by Vladimir Radunsky

    Read by David Colacci

    A Story of Albert Einstein

    Starred review. "Richly imagined, beautifully designed, impressionistic..." - School Library Journal

    Three stars. “The impressionistically-styled iconographic-animated adaptation On a Beam of Light, based on the 2013 book by author Jennifer Berne and illustrator Vladimir Radunsky, centers on world-renowned genius Albert Einstein… recommended” - Video Librarian

    Released June 23, 2015
    English

  • Edda

    By Adam Auerbach

    Ill. by Adam Auerbach

    Read by Susie Berneis

    A Little Valkyrie's First Day of School

    A Little Valkyrie must find her courage on her first day of school.

    "This story of bravery and the importance of embracing one’s unique qualities is a winner for back-to-school storytime." - School Library Journal (video review)

    Released May 26, 2015
    English

  • The Baby Tree

    By Sophie Blackall

    Ill. by Sophie Blackall

    Read by Chris Patton

    "A delightfully age-appropriate way to give children the facts about birth" - School Library Journal

    3 1/2 stars. The age-old children’s question of where babies come from is given tongue-in-cheek treatment...this informative and entertaining short aimed at young kids is highly recommended." - Video Librarian

    Released May 19, 2015
    English

  • The Watcher

    By Jeanette Winter

    Ill. by Jeanette Winter

    Read by Susie Berneis

    Jane Goodall's Life with the Chimps

    Based on the "Best Book of the Year" by the Boston Globe, Kirkus Reviews, and Booklist!

    "Slight animation enhances Winter’s attractive acrylic paintings and narrator Susie Berneis’ tender reading of the simple yet informative text." - Booklist (video review)

    Released April 21, 2015
    English