FANDOM


Children's Book Collection is a video series adaptation of children's books. It is a reboot of Reading Rainbow, whose host, Levar Burton, guest stars in a episode It is in English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese, Portuguese, and Hebrew. It's sister show is The New Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss.

Authors

Dr. Seuss

P.D. Eastman

Robert Lopshire

Michael McClintock

Marilyn Sader

Helen Palmer

Stan and Jan Berenstain

Maurice Sendak

Shel Silverstein

Eric Carle

William Steig

Richard Scarry

Beatrix Potter

Tomie De Paola

Sandra Boynton

Margaret Wise Brown

Mo Wilems

Kevin Henkes

John Steptoe

Kate McMullan

Julia Donaldson

Doreen Cronin

Mercer Mayer

Roger Hargreaves

Ludwig Bemelmans

Watty Piper

Laura Numeroff

Michael Bond

Judith Viorst

Robert McCloskey

Bill Martin Jr.

Crockett Johnson

Russell Hoban

Esphyr Slobodkina

Grandreams

Eric Hill

Peggy Rathmann

Bruce Degen

Simms Taback

Marcus Pfister

Barbara O'Neal

Harry Allard

Janell Cannon

Norman Birdwell

Marc Brown

Lucy Cousins

H.A. Rey

Paul Kor

Leah Goldberg

Miriam Roth

Others

Cultural Edits

  • A version of Green Eggs and Ham in Hebrew avoids the mention of ham, which Jewish dietary laws forbid to be eaten, and is called "Lo Raev ve Lo Ohev" which translates to "Not Hungry, Don't Love It." Similarly the Hebrew version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas is just simply called "Ha Grinch" which translates to "The Grinch" and replaces all references to Christmas and Santa Claus with New Year's and Father Winter, due to the incongruity of the Christian theme to the Hebrew speaking audience. Also in Hebrew, the title of The Cat in the Hat is changed to "Chatul Talul", which translates to "Cat Trick". The Hebrew version of Fox in Socks is titled "Ba im Garbayim" which translates to "He Came with Socks", has Knox's name changed to Bargaz to rhyme with "argaz", the Hebrew word for box, replaces the chicks at the beginning with ducks, and replaces the poem about the cheese trees with an entirely new poem about an elephant who tripped and fell on his nose.
  • In the Australian and New Zealand versions of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Alexander wants to move to Timbuktu instead of Australia.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.