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|Material Type:||Animation, Juvenile audience, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jane Harvey; Loretta Long; Terence Alexander; Charles Turner; Ezra Jack Keats; Weston Woods Studios.; New Video Group.
|Language Note:||Soundtrack in English; Spanish or English for Snowy day and Whistle for Willie.|
|Notes:||Title and credits from container.
Title from container.
"A read-along DVD."
|Credits:||The snowy day: Director and animator, Mal Wittman ; producers, Mal Wittman, Morton Schindel. Originally produced c1964.
Whistle for Willie: Animator & director, Mal Wittman ; producers, Mort Schindel, Mal Wittman. Originally produced c1965.
Peter's chair: Photographed and edited by Garry Sutliffe ; directed by Cynthia R. Freitag.
Pet show!: Directed, filmed & edited by Jan Mack Northcutt. Originally produced c1992.
A letter to Amy: Photographed and edited by Cordelia Head ; directed by Cynthia Freitag. Originally produced c1970.
The trip: Photographed and edited by Alexander Cochran ; animated by Stephanie Adam. Originally produced c1980.
Apt. 3: Photographed and edited by Alexander Cochran. Originally produced c1977.
|Description:||1 videodisc (approximately 63 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||The snowy day / (narrated by Jane Harvey) --
Peter's chair / (narrated by Loretta Long) --
Whistle for Willie / (narrated by Jane Harvey) --
Pet show! / (narrated by Terry Alexander) --
Bonus stories: A letter to Amy / (narrated by Loretta Long) --
The trip / (narrated by Charles Turner) --
Apt. 3 / (narrated by Charles Turner).
|Series Title:||Scholastic storybook treasures.|
|Responsibility:||written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats.|
Snowy day: One winter morning Peter wakes up to see that snow has fallen, covering everything in the city! What exciting adventures will be have on this snowy day? Whistle for Willie: Wouldn't it be great if Peter could whistle for his dog, Willie? He tries hard, but he can't make a sound. Peter's chair: A little sister means big trouble for Peter, first his parents paint his cradle pink, and then they paint his crib! But he won't let them paint his chair! Pet show!: Archie wants to enter his cat in the neighborhood pet show, but his cat has vanished! What will he do? A letter to Amy: Peter is having a birthday party and he sends a special invitation to a special friend. Will Amy show up? The trip: Louie moves to a new neighborhood and he is lonely without his friends, so he enters a magical world of imagination and flies back to his old home. Apt. 3: One rainy day, Sam hears the sad sounds of a harmonica. He searches the building to find the source and meets a new friend.