Richard Hack's Complete Home Video Companion for Parents
What children watch on television helps to form their foundation for morality, violence, humor and fantasy. To help families make intelligent viewing choices, television and film critic Richard Hack has assembled, in one easy-to-use volume, over 300 in-depth reviews of videos for children. With input form a panel of kid advisors, this book was written with contributing editors from the fields of education, production and parenting. Compiled from a list of the most popular videos in the family-viewing section of the nation's major video stores, this comprehensive guide runs the gamut from recent hits to classic films, animation to learn-a-longs, and much more.
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