|VHS ||50 ||HORTON HEARS A WHO ||For Children |
Hans Conried narrates this whimsical verse account of Horton, the everpopular elephant who rhymes his way through life. His attempts to rescue the miniscule inhabitants of Whoville unintentionally turn him into a hero when he insists with childlike logic that "a person is a person, no matter how small." 26 min.
|VHS ||54 ||WHAT'S GOING ON IN THERE? ||Fetal Development / For Children |
This video explains how pre-born children get food, oxygen, etc., while in the womb. No actual photographs of the baby's development in the womb are included. Recommended for grades 4 through 8. 23 min.
|VHS ||59 ||THERE'S NOBODY LIKE YOU! ||For Children |
This video presents the concepts of what is beautiful to one person, may not be to another; the value of self, how each one has their own special gift, how kindness to another can make that person feel special. There's nobody like you... you're special. 27 min.
|VHS ||68 ||JOURNEY TO YOUR BIRTHDAY ||Fetal Development / For Children |
This video is addressed to children and shows the development of a baby from conception to birth. It does not deal with how the baby was conceived or the actual birth. Excellent video for children. 6 min. Produced by Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life.
|VHS ||118 ||HOW BABIES GROW ||Fetal Development / For Children |
For small children, any adolescent, or adults who are still children at heart. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Willke provide a simple and beautiful telling of how the baby grows inside the mother. It doesn't tell them how the baby "gets in" or "gets out," just scientifically accurate facts of fetal development. 15 min.