Cover image for Stellaluna
Title:
Stellaluna
Author:
Kowalchuk, William R.
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
[United States] : MGM Home Entertainment, 2004.

©2002
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (41 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
When the adorable fruit bat Stellaluna is separated from her mother, she is adopted by a family of birds, but soon finds that she just can't fit in. Her playmates like to sleep at night; she wants to fly. They whistle and sing; she doesn't even have a beak! But just when it seems like she'll always be an outsider, Stellaluna makes an amazing discovery. Now she'll learn to cherish the things that make her different from everyone else. And she'll see that an open mind and an open heart can lead to the greatest gift of all.
General Note:
Based on the book by Janell Cannon.

Special features: The not-so-scary world of bats; create your own Stellaluna arts and crafts activity; learn to draw Stellaluna animated feature; sing-along feature; printable coloring pages and activities.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: G.
ISBN:
9780792860617
UPC:
027616901842
Format :
DVD

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A youngster learns some important lessons about being different from those around you in this animated adaptation of Janell Cannon's book for children. Stellaluna is a young fruit bat who gets lost and can't find her mother. Not knowing how to get home, Stellaluna is befriended by a family of birds, and she soon grows close to the hatchlings as if they're her siblings; however, even if Stellaluna can fly like a bird, it becomes increasingly obvious that she's a different sort of critter with different ways of doing things. Can Stellaluna learn to be more like her friends, or will she hold on to the qualities that make her what she is? ~ Mark Deming, Rovi