Wonderful World Of Houses

Theatrical Release: April 8, 1996
DVD Release: April 8, 1996
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Synopsis

The Wonderful World of Houses, the latest educational video release from the Let’s Explore Series, is a uniquely innovative and exciting approach to a subject never handled before. The Wonderful World of Houses is a multi-cultural video utilizing vivid colorful cinematography, humerous animation, and historic imagery to explain to children why houses around the world are so different. The children accompany our explorer, Harry Houser, a comical and endearing animated character, through time and location. Harry’s stops include pre-historic days of the cave man; visits ancient Egypt, Greece, China, and Rome. He tries to build a simle shelter as a Native American Indian before visiting the tropics of Hawaii and the freezing cold of Alaska, and many other exotic destinations. Harry is supported in his travels by film sequences, engaging folk music, sound effects, and informative narration. Only a 28 year veteran could add that special touch that kids get in the classroom, and bring it to this captivating, quality, educational video series for the home and school. The Wonderful World of Houses uses the television to motivate children’s interest and facilitates learning by the youngest child as well as being sufficiently informative and humorous to capture the older viewer.

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Company: Barbara Lawrence Productions
Genre: Children
Runtime: 42 min.
Reviewer: Kd Lukens