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Short films by Charles and Ray Eames.
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Short films by Charles and Ray Eames.
A fable about a round-headed boy who discovers that everything has a point.
An imaginative book about a world where everything is made from blops.
A story about opposite worlds and what happens when they intersect.
A charming stop-motion series inspired by Kenneth Grahame’s beloved characters.
A 1920s, NYC-based animation duo make incredible psychedelic shorts.
A classic illustrated novella about an encounter between a pilot and a prince in the middle of the desert.
A children’s show dedicated to education, problem solving, and the importance of play.
The adventure of a hedgehog through a mysterious fog.
An app’s softly lit watercolor illustrations invite endless storytelling.
A whimsical story following a girl searching for her lost brother in a mysterious wilderness.
An archive of 19th-century optical toys, shared through the magic of today’s animated GIF.
A short animation about a group of people who adapt to constant wind.
An energetic and colorful book that teaches Latino culture and the Spanish language.
A Japanese American child loves baseball…in America…and in Japan!
A stop-motion short film retelling the classic story of Peter and the Wolf.
A partly wordless picture book leaves room for imagination to grow.
A wordless picture book that follows a single piece of black string.
An irreverent moral tale of treating creatures (even slugs!) with respect.
A story of two friends that share a curiosity about what comes after life.
Nearly every object we see has been carefully designed. One book series teaches kids what that means.
A jumble of heirs (and one mistake) vie for millions.
What do sounds conjure?
A dreamy little tale of sleep.
A photo book documenting the rooms of children around the world.
A collection of fun and seriously scary stories adapted from urban legends.
Early morning TV programming that teaches kids design basics in an innovative way.
A six-episode documentary that traces the exciting history of our journey into space.
A piece of willow pattern china holds the forbidden love story of Koong Shee and Chang.
Through trial and error, Rosie discovers nothing should prevent you from achieving your dreams.
The film adaptation of the best-selling picture book by Oliver Jeffers.
Grown-up graphic novelists treat kids to fairy tales, spooky stories, and silly adventures.
Interactive book about a postal carrier along his route.
An oblong-faced prince remakes the stars, amidst a terrific soundtrack.
Join MIT in a global quest to map the brain.
An intersecting love story told through a pair of graphic novels set during China’s Boxer Rebellion.
A ’70s masterpiece of ridiculousness is back in print.
Through Wanda’s experience with school bullies, kids learn how to stick up for themselves.
Award-winning animation based on a recording of two preschool-age children.
Documentaries, animations and short fiction for kids by Canadian filmmakers.
VoiceThread is an app for storytelling
A warm series of books about a two girls living in Deep Valley, MN, pre-1900’s.
The Noonan children take it upon themselves to help paint the house.
Thicket is a visual music creation tool.
A young donkey finds a magic pebble in field and makes an unfortunate wish.
A French blog run by a duo that leads children’s workshops and shares fun finds.
A Newbery Honor-winning story of beauty and humility wrapped into a silly tale about an old couple that wants to find the most beautiful cat.
An old man and his horse set out for a day of collecting wood.