Lower the rope ladder and join me in my tree house, because today I have The Swiss Family Robinson read-along for you! Seriously, who doesn't love that tree house.
Dammit Jim, it's a read-along, not a novelization! I've been inspired to add Star Trek The Motion Picture. It's a good read-along, and as with The Voyage Home, the guy doing Kirk's voice does a nice job.
May the Fourth be with you! Happy Star Wars Day! And to celebrate, I give you The Empire Strikes Back read-along, the original non-special edition version. I think the actors doing Lando's and Yoda's voices do a great job.
Heat up some lasagna, it's time for Garfield On The Town! This one is based on the 1983 animated TV special, and although I've probably seen it, I remember it more from this read-along.
It's Star Wars Droid World! Threepio and Artoo were my favourite characters when I was four or five, so I would have loved this if I'd had it then. It reminds me of The Black Hole, with a guy surrounded by droids and robots, and one of them is red.
...Trecorum Satis Dee. I never forget that spell (although I had to look up how to spell the, um, spell). I've always loved Bedknobs & Broomsticks, even more than Mary Poppins, which has a similar style with live action and animation.
Don't stand on the edge, it's The Black Hole! When I was a kid we had a Shreddies cereal box here in Canada that featured a tie-in with The Black Hole...
...there lived a hobbit. Today I have Rankin Bass' The Hobbit read-along. I've never actually seen the animated movie. Looking at the list in the inside back cover I saw one listed for Return of the King, but not the other books.
"P-p-please, Eddie!" Here's another new one for you to enjoy during your self-isolation. It's Roger Rabbit! It's narrated by Roger.
"More. More power!" Somehow that was my brother's and my favourite line uttered by Christopher Walken as Max Zorin.