Cover image for David Kirk's Miss Spider's Sunny Patch kids
Title:
David Kirk's Miss Spider's Sunny Patch kids
Author:
Grondin, Susie, 1970-
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
[United States] : MGM Home Entertainment, [2004]

©2003
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (49 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Every bug in Sunny Patch is buzzing with excitement: Spring has arrived with five little bundles of joy for Miss Spider and Holley! Now, with the tiny tots Snowdrop, Pansy, Spinner, Wiggle and Squirt, there's never a dull moment around the web. But when Squirt spins off on his own to reunite a lost chicken egg with it's mother, Miss Spider and Holley must hatch a daring plan to rescue him ... before he becomes chicken food.
General Note:
Based on the children's books by David Kirk.

Special features: "David Kirk: Friend of Miss Spider" featurette; story time in Sunny Patch read-along; "Biographies from the hollow tree" interactive feature; bugstravaganza game; chicken egg dress-up game; printable coloring pages & activities.
Language:
English

Spanish
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: Not rated.
ISBN:
9780792860594
UPC:
027616901859
Format :
DVD

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Based on a series of children's books by David Kirk, this cartoon special features the voice of Brooke Shields as Miss Spider, a sensible young arachnid who, within a few minutes after the opening credits, has become Mrs. Spider. Happily wed to the nerdish but loveable Holley (voiced by Rick Moranis), Miss Spider hopes to experience the joys of a genuine family, something denied her when she was adopted as an infant. Alas, things get off to a shaky start when the spiders' wedding party is spoiled by a huge, rampaging chicken. Not long afterward, however, Miss Spider's son Squirt demonstrates that even huge, rampaging chickens can have maternal feelings when he tries to unite an egg with its "mama." Employing 3-D animation, vivid characterizations and eminently delightful colors and background art, Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Kids was produced by Canada's Nelvana studios on behalf of the Nickelodeon cable service, where it first aired on March 31, 2003. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi