RT Generic DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 401913963 LA Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired. T1 Shelley Duvall's bedtime stories. Volume two Volume two A1 Duvall, Shelley,, Candy, John., Jones, James Earl., Fox, Michael J., Slater, Christian., Spacek, Sissy., Short, Martin., Okimoto, Jean Davies., Gág, Wanda,, Mayer, Mercer,, Carrick, Carol., Think Entertainment (Firm), NBC Universal, Inc., Universal Cartoon Studios., Starmaker II., Topics Entertainment (Firm), PB NBC Universal, Inc. ; Distributed by Starmaker II PP [Universal City, Calif.]; Scottsdale, AZ YR 2008 SN 9781600775154 1600775152 AB Animated versions of six popular children's books. Blumpoe the Grumpoe meets Arnold the cat: Horace P. Blumpoe is a very grumpy guy. Until one day, he ends up at an odd country inn and meets a shy young cat named Arnold who changes both their lives forever. Millions of cats: Deciding he and his wife could use some company, an old man goes to find a cat. But when he returns, he brings home more company than either of them bargained for! There's a nightmare in my closet: Convinced there's a nightmare lurking in his bedroom closet, a brave young boy decides to confront it. Imagine his surprise when learns even nightmares need friends. There's an alligator under my bed: When a little boy's parents refuse to believe there's an alligator under his bed, there's only one thing to do; make a "gator-tricking" trap to lure the critter away! There's something in my attic: After moving to a new house in the country, a young girl is alarmed to discover there's something odd in the attic. Fortunately, she has a lasso and she knows how to use it. Patrick's dinosaurs: While visiting the city zoo, Patrick's older brother Hanks tells him all about dinosaurs. Before long, Patrick's vivid imagination has him seeing the giant creatures everywhere. What happened to Patrick's dinosaurs? After making friends with the imaginary dinosaurs he once feared, Patrick asks Hank why they all disappeared from the earth. Naturally, Patrick's imagination provides a more fantastically fun answer.