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The letter factory

Author: Chris D'AngeloBruce D JohnsonTom GleasonJohn LudinRoy Allen SmithAll authors
Publisher: [Emeryville, CA] : LeapFrog Enterprises ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, ©2003.
Series: Leap frog.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Animation : Preschool : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Leap, Lily, and Tad need to go to their father's Letter Factory where they produce talking letters. While Leap and Lily provide a presentation for a very important customer, Tad is left out due to his lack of reading skills. Taken for a tour through the factory, he visits rooms, each dedicated to a letter of the alphabet. The colorful, animated letters are engaged in activities that embody their sound. The A's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Short films
Animated films
Educational films
Children's films
Films
Juvenile works
Juvenile films
Material Type: Animation, Preschool, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Chris D'Angelo; Bruce D Johnson; Tom Gleason; John Ludin; Roy Allen Smith; PorchLight Entertainment (Firm); LeapFrog (Firm); Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 0790788942 9780790788944
OCLC Number: 53188754
Notes: Based on concepts created by Mike Wood.
Special features: Alphabet game [interactive feature]; Trailers (3 min.).
Credits: Editors, Don Burt, Mike Yang ; music composed by Craig Dobbin and Brian Mann ; songs written by Brian Mann, Craig Dobbin and Jeanne Parson ; educational advisors, Robert Calfee, Anne Cunningham, Deane Kells, Ruth Nathan.
Cast: Voice cast: Reed Waxman, Marie Danielle, Mark Cacciatore, Anthony Mozdy, Loren Manda, Dee Dee Green, Henry Futterman, Rachel Adams, Mary Jo Rogers, Michael Mendelson.
Target Audience: 002-005.; Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (35 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 parent guide (6 p. : ill. ; 17 cm.)
Details: DVD; Stereo.
Contents: R U ready? --
Door A --
Door B --
Door C --
Door D --
Door E --
Door F --
Door G --
Door H --
Door I --
Door J --
Door K --
Door L --
Door M --
Door N --
Door O --
Door P --
Door Q --
Door R --
Door S --
Door T --
Door U --
Door V --
Door W --
Door X --
Door Y --
Door Z --
End.
Series Title: Leap frog.
Other Titles: LeapFrog
Responsibility: LeapFrog ; PorchLight Entertainment ; LeapFrog presents ; executive producer, Chris D'Angelo ; produced by Bruce D. Johnson, Tom Gleason ; written by John Ludin ; directed by Roy Allen Smith ; produced by PorchLight Entertainment.

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Leap, Lily, and Tad need to go to their father's Letter Factory where they produce talking letters. While Leap and Lily provide a presentation for a very important customer, Tad is left out due to his lack of reading skills. Taken for a tour through the factory, he visits rooms, each dedicated to a letter of the alphabet. The colorful, animated letters are engaged in activities that embody their sound. The A's scream, "Aaaaaah!" when frightened. The E's are hard of hearing and ask, "Ehhhh?" whenever someone speaks to them. The M's proclaim "Mmmmm!" as they devour delicious muffins, all of which teach basic phonemic concepts, leading to early reading readiness.

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