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Scholastic Storybook Treasures My First Collection Vol. 2 Review

About the DVD Series:

13 Adorable Stories for Young Children in a 3-DVD Collection. Volume 2 of this pre- and young readers collection is sure to inspire and foster early literacy. Your toddlers will be up and dancing with Spoon, welcoming home a new baby in That New Animal, and learning about the importance of family with Mia Farrow’s beautiful narration on I Love You Like Crazy Cakes.

My Review:

My three and four year old pre-readers (and even my six year old early reader) absolutely adore the My First Collection series by Scholastic Storybook Treasures® which was named the 2011 DVD of the Year by Creative Child Magazine. This newest title series, Volume 2 features more award winning stories and it was a big hit with my family. This collection showcases several of our favorite stories such as Dem Bones, The Erie Canal, Blueberries for Sal and Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!. We even enjoyed new stories like Dinosaur Bones, Smile for Auntie, I Love You Like Crazy Cakes and Otto Runs for President. I appreciate that each story successfully holds their attention, encourages interaction and supports cooperation, music appreciation and friendship. With over 127 minutes (plus extras) of entertainment and educational stories, the SPOON series is a wonderful media addition for children ages 2-6.

You can purchase Scholastic Storybook Treasures® My First Collection Vol. 2 featuring SPOON for only 424.95 by visiting the New Video website.

*I did not receive any financial compensation for this review, though I did review a sample of the product for evaluation purposes. The opinions are based only on my experiences with the product.*

Maureen

Maureen is a SAHM who left the Corporate healthcare field to home educate her 6, 7 and 8 year old children. She is a voracious reader for both herself & her kids and also enjoys a natural and organic lifestyle. She lives in Orlando, Fl with her husband Mark, three children and 5 year old boxer, Jack.

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