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IS YOUR MAMA A LLAMA? AND MORE STORIES ABOUT GROWING UP

What to know: Lloyd the llama is looking for his mama.
KIDS FIRST ALL STAR IS YOUR MAMA A LLAMA? AND MORE STORIES ABOUT GROWING UP is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 2-7
52 minutes
DVD
WESTON WOODS/SCHOLASTIC
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Kids identified with these stories. "When Leo was sad, I was sad. Then he was happy and so was I." "The girl, Elisabetti made a doll out of a rock." "I liked seeing the girl and her mother. "The llama's friends told her that her Mama was a llama too."
Anthology of stories using repetition and rhyme in their delivery. Good tool for language development. Good role models. Leo the Late Bloomer is not made fun of when he is slower than they are. Elisabetti helps children deal with the new baby.
Lloyd the llama is looking for his mama. "Is your mama a llama?" he asks a bat, a swan, a cow, a seal, and a kangaroo. Young children will share Lloyd's delight when the answer to his question is finally, "Yes!" With rhyme and riddle, and the perfect narration by Amy Madigan, this charming story will soon become a favorite. Animated by Virginia Wilkos. Includes other stories about growing up based on classic children's books by Deborah Guarino, Robert Kraus, Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen and Molly Bang. Narration by Amy Madigan, Mary Beth Hurt and Laura Dern.
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