Super Why! Attack of the eraser : a comic book adventure Attack of the eraser :

DVD - 2010

Join the super friends as they practice spelling, use the power to read, and investigate rhyming words in order to change the outcome of the story and save the day! Includes games, music videos, and more.

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Children's Room jDVD/Super Checked In
Superhero films
Superhero television programs
Children's television programs
Animated television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Fiction television programs
[United States] : PBS Home Video 2010.
Corporate Authors
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.), PBS Home Video
Corporate Authors
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) (-), PBS Home Video
Item Description
Originally broadcast as episodes of the television series on PBS.
"PBS kids."
Bonus features: interactive games, printable activities and coloring pages, featurette.
Physical Description
1 videodisc (approximately 100 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
DVD, widescreen, region 1, NTSC, English: stereo.
Not rated.
  • Attack of the eraser
  • The story of the tooth fairy
  • The cookbook
  • The big game.
Review by School Library Journal Review

PreS-K-The program's introductory track features the series creator, Angela C. Santomero, explaining the concept for the series, which came from her master's thesis: putting together pre-reading skills and superheroes for young children. The production opens with Wyatt inviting viewers into his storybook world to help his friend Pig, who is being bullied by Jill. Wyatt changes into superhero Super Why and is joined by the other Super Readers-Alpha Pig, Wonder Red, and Princess Presto. By adapting the story of The Three Little Pigs, they help Pig realize that Jill is looking for a friend. Pig returns home to befriend Jill and all ends well. The computer-generated graphics feature a diverse group of children with oversized heads and large eyes. The characters are voiced by well-rehearsed child actors. The DVD toolkit contains video music clips and computer games featuring the Super Readers. There are also printable materials to extend the story for five days in order to build literacy skills. Other items on the disc include downloadable letter cards, word cards, name tags, a coloring book, a certificate for students, lesson plans, research information, and a 125-page curriculum guide.-Stephanie Bange, Wright State University, Dayton, OH (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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