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LOST IN THE WOODS: THE MOVIE

What to know: Together, an old box turtle, Shirley, and a lost raccoon, Fernando Hernandafandavez discover the magic of spring and learn what happens to a young fawn alone in the woods.
LOST IN THE WOODS: THE MOVIE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 4-8
29 minutes
DVD
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Cute, funny, at times - hilarious. Some of the kids were mesmerized by the story and song along with the songs. They enjoyed the story. " The raccoon is trying to find his brother and has to learn patience. The animals are kind to each other." The racoon was their favorite character. Kids hardly noticed the Latino stereotype given to the raccoon.
Cute. Unhurried and gentle, like a bedtime story. Anthropomorphic animals interacting with one another. The voices with accents are cute and clever. The natural setting makes it believeable and the story offers a good lesson. Cinematography very good, especially the close ups of the animals. Adults had mixed reactions to the music.
Together, an old box turtle, Shirley, and a lost raccoon, Fernando Hernandafandavez discover the magic of spring and learn what happens to a young fawn alone in the woods. Based on the children's book, Lost in the Woods.
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