Call Number:
J DVD TOO8370
  
Format:
DVD, Videorecording, Projected Medium, Visual Materials
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United States : New Video, c2012.
Description:
1 videodisc (ca. 40 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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System Availability:9 (of 12)
  
Target Audience Note:
Recommended ages 2-6.
Summary:
Spencer has too many toys! He finds it hard to give them away, but in the end it's a cardboard box he can't part with!
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"A read-along DVD"--Container.
Special features, languages and subtitles may vary.
"My first"--Container.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2004.
Special features: 4 stories plus Interview with Too many toys author/illustrator David Shannon; Read-along.
Too many toys: Produced by Paul R. Gagne, Melissa Reilly Ellard ; directed by Paul R. Gagne, Melissa Reilly Ellard, David Trexler. Originally produced c2011.
I lost my bear: Produced by Paul R. Gagne. Originally produced c2004.
Wallace's lists: Studio M.I.R. and Weston Woods Studios present a co-production of Remir Productions and Weston Woods Studios ; screen adaptation, Irina Margolina ; director and production designer, Alexander Guriev ; producers, Paul R. Gagne, Irina Margolina, Melissa Reilly. Originally produced c2007.
Inch by inch: Produced by Paul R. Gagne, Melissa Reilly ; adapted and directed by Gary McGivney. Originally produced c2006.
Narrated by Zach Braff, Jerry Trainor and others.
DVD.
Contents:
I lost my bear / written and illustrated by Jules Feiffer, narrated by Halley Feiffer -- Wallace's lists / written by Barbara Bottner and Gerald Kruglik, illustrated by Olof Landstrom, narrated by Zach Braff -- Inch by inch / written and illustrated by Leo Lionni, narrated by Ron McLarty.
ISBN:
0545522218
9780545522212
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