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Diary of a spider : -- and more cute critter stories

Call Number

  • DVD CHILDREN/FAMILY (EAS)

Edition

Full screen version.

Performers

Diary of a spider: narrator, Angus T. Jones ; Roberto the insect architect: narrator, Sean Hayes ; Norman the doorman: narrator, Owen Jordan ; The mysterious tadpole: narrator, Neil Innes ; The story of the dancing frog: narrator, Amanda Plummer.

Publication Information

[Weston, Conn.] : Weston Woods Studios ; [New York, N.Y.] : Distributed by New Video Group, [2008]

Summary

Diary of a spider: This spider is a lot like a normal kid, except that he gets to spin sticky webs, take wind-catching lessons, and have a fly as a best friend. Roberto the insect architect: Roberto the termite travels to the big city to follow his dream of becoming a sucessful architect. Norman the doorman: Norman, the guard of the art museum, is surprised when his sculpture wins first prize in a contest. The mysterious tadpole: Lewis's birthday gift appears to be a tadpole, but it turns out to be much, much more. The story of the dancing frog: Gertrude and George, the dancing frog, go on a whirlwind theatrical tour.

Contents

  • Diary of a spider / written by Doreen Cronin, illustrated by Harry Bliss
  • Roberto the insect architect / written and illustrated by Nina Laden
  • Norman the doorman / written and illustrated by Don Freeman
  • The mysterious tadpole / written and illustrated by Steven Kellogg
  • The story of the dancing frog / written and illustrated by Quentin Blake.
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