Taken from the Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC website:

A good story can take a child on a voyage into the imagination and change a life forever. Combining today’s brightest stars with top musicians, we at Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC are committed to restoring the lost art of storytelling through our videos, books, and audio recordings. The result is award-winning entertainment that’s as enjoyable for adults as it is for children.


  1. Aladdin and the Magic Lamp – Takes viewers to a faraway time and place to see how a genie helps young Aladdin win the love of the Sultan’s daughter. Music by Mickey Hart; illustrated by Greg Couch; narrated by John Hurt.
  2. Anansi – Features two amusing Jamaican stories about Anansi the spider and his adventures. Music by UB40; illustrated by Steven Guarnaccia; narrated by Denzel Washington.
  3. Annie Oakley – Showcases the sharp-shooting deeds of this famous, talented frontier woman. Music by Los Lobos; illustrated by Fred Warter; narrated by Keith Carradine.
  4. Brer Rabbit and Boss Lion – Features a Southern folktale about Brer Rabbit; who outsmarts a troublemaker and teaches him a lesson. Music by Dr. John; illustrated by Bill Mayer; narrated by Danny Glover.
  5. Brer Rabbit and the Wonderful Tar Baby – Shows how Brer Rabbit finally outsmarts Brer Fox and his schemes. Music by Taj Mahal; illustrated by Henrik Drescher; narrated by Danny Glover.
  6. David and Goliath – Shows how David and his slingshot saved his people from the giant Goliath. Music by Branford Marsalis; illustrated by Douglas Fraser; narrated by Mel Gibson.
  7. Davy Crockett – Presents the strange adventures of America’s backwoods icon, including the Battle of the Alamo. Music by David Bromberg; illustrated by Steven Brodner; narrated by Nicolas Cage.
  8. East of the Sun, West of the Moon – Tells the Scandinavian tale of a young girl who ignores her white bear’s advice and must travel to face the horrible troll queen. Music by Lyle Mays; illustrated by Vivienne Flesher; narrated by Max von Sydow.
  9. Finn McCoul – Presents a Celtic legend about a great Irish champion and a giant named Cucullin. Music by Boys of the Lough; illustrated by Peter de Seve; narrated by Catherine O’Hara.
  10. Follow the Drinking Gourd: A Story of the Underground Railroad – Recounts the adventures of a family’s escape from slavery. Music by Taj Mahal; illustrated by Yvonne Buchanan; narrated by Morgan Freeman.
  11. A Gingerbread Christmas – Shows how the Prince and Princess of Gingerbread attempt to save Christmas in Gloombury.
  12. How the Leopard Got His Spots – This classic tale from Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories tells how the the leopard got his spotted coat. Music by Ladysmith Black Mambazo; illustrated by Lori Lohstoeter; narrated by Danny Glover.
  13. How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin and How the Camel Got His Hump – Two classic tales from Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories present themes of revenge, pride, and arrogance. Music by Bobby McFerrin; illustrated by Tim Raglin; narrated by Jack Nicholson.
  14. Jack and the Beanstalk – Relates the story of young Jack, who trades his family’s cow for some magic beans. Music by David A. Stewart; illustrated by Edward Sorel; narrated by Michael Palin.
  15. John Henry – Meets the African American hero born with a hammer in his hand and follows him from cotton country to the wilderness, where he becomes king of the railroad camps. Music by B. B. King; illustrated by Barry Jackson; narrated by Denzel Washington.
  16. Jonah and the Whale – Features the compelling tale of Jonah, who is swallowed by a whale when he disobeys God. Music by George Mgrdichian; illustrated by Jeffrey Smith; narrated by Jason Robards.
  17. Joseph and His Brothers – Tells how Joseph, sold into slavery by his own family, later forgives his brothers and saves them from famine. Music by Strunz & Farah; illustrated by Garnet Henderson; narrated by Ruben Blades.
  18. King Midas and the Golden Touch – Meets King Midas, who learns that some things in life are more precious than gold. Music by Yo-Yo Ma; illustrated by Rodica Prato; narrated by Michael Caine.
  19. Koi and the Kola Nuts – Presents the African tale of Koi; who must accomplish three impossible tasks and find his place in the world. Music by Herbie Hancock; illustrated by Reynold Ruffins; narrated by Whoopi Goldberg.
  20. Mose the Fireman – Explores 19th-century New York through the adventures of Mose, America’s most famous fireman. Music by John Beasley and Walter Becker; illustrated by Everett Peck; narrated by Michael Keaton.
  21. Moses in Egypt – Follows the life of Moses from his birth through the events leading to his people’s exodus from Egypt. Music by The Sounds of Blackness; illustrated by Phil Huling; narrated by Danny Glover.
  22. Moses the Lawgiver – Features the story of how Moses received the Ten Commandments and led the Israelites on a long journey to the Promised Land. Music by Lyle Mays; illustrated by John Collier; narrated by Ben Kingsley.
  23. Noah and the Ark – Presents the classic story of Noah, who is told by God to build an ark and save two of every animal from a world-destroying flood. Music by The Paul Winter Consort; illustrated by Lori Lohstoeter; narrated by Kelly McGillis.
  24. Parables that Jesus Told – Brings to light the parables of The Sower, The Good Samaritan, and The Prodigal Son. Music by David Lindley; illustrated by Sam Olson; narrated by Garrison Keillor.
  25. Paul Bunyan – Follows the outrageous adventures of Paul Bunyan, Babe the Blue Ox, and Hotbiscuit Sally. Music by Leo Kottke; illustrated by Rick Meyerowitz; narrated by Jonathan Winters.
  26. Peachboy – Presents the Japanese tale of a little boy who becomes a courageous hero and saves his people. Music by Ryuichi Sakamoto; illustrated by Jeffrey Smith; narrated by Sigourney Weaver.
  27. Pecos Bill – Relates the life and adventures of this Wild West cowboy; who was raised by coyotes and invents the first cattle drive. Music by Ry Cooder; illustrated by Tim Raglin; narrated by Robin Williams.
  28. Pinocchio – Tells the story of a small wooden puppet who comes to life and learns the importance of the truth. Music by Les Miserables Brass Band; illustrated by Brian Ajhar; narrated by Danny Aiello.
  29. Princess Scargo and the Birthday – Presents the tale of a selfless Native American girl who gives up a precious birthday gift to save her village. Music by Michael Hedges; illustrated by Karen Barbour; narrated by Geena Davis.
  30. Puss in Boots – Shows how a cat saves his own skin by promising to turn his feebleminded owner into a noble prince. Music by Jean Luc Ponty; illustrated by Pierre Le-tan; narrated by Tracey Ullman.
  31. Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks – The classic fairytales, Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks, are narrated by Meg Ryan. The beautiful illustrations bring the fairytales to life and reminds the viewers that a little caution can go a long way.
  32. Rip Van Winkle – Tells Washington Irving’s haunting tale about a man who falls into a deep sleep for twenty years and wakes up to a very different home. Music by Jay Ungar and Mollie Mason; illustrated by Rick Meyerowitz; narrated by Angelica Houston.
  33. Rumpelstiltskin – Tells the tale of a woman who must spin a room full of straw into gold. Music by Tangerine Dream; illustrated by Peter Sis; narrated by Kathleen Turner.
  34. Squanto and the First Thanksgiving – Explores the true story of a Native American who was sold into slavery, regains his freedom, journeys home, and teaches the pilgrims how to survive. Music by Paul McCandless; illustrated by Michael Donato; narrated by Graham Greene.
  35. Stormalong – Tells the tale of Captain Stormalong and the biggest ship ever built. Music by NRBQ; illustrated by Don Vanderbeek; narrated by John Candy.
  36. The Boy Who Drew Cats – Meets a small Japanese boy whose peculiar talent helps bring prosperity to his land. Music by Mark Isham; illustrated by David Johnson; narrated by William Hurt.
  37. The Bremen Town Musicians – Relates the comic adventures of a dog, cat, rooster, and donkey who are looking for a fresh start at life. Music by Eugene Friesen; illustrated by David Johnson; narrated by Bob Hoskins.
  38. The Creation – Retells the wondrous story of how God created the universe in seven days and gave life to Adam and Eve. Music by Bela Fleck and the Flecktones; illustrated by Stefano Vitale; narrated by Amy Grant.
  39. The Elephant’s Child – This classic tale from Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories tells the tale of how the elephant got its trunk. Music by Bobby McFerrin; illustrated by Rim Raglin; narrated by Jack Nicholson.
  40. The Emperor and the Nightingale – This classic fairytale by Hans Christian Anderson tells the tale of an Emperor and his struggle to understand the true treasure of the nightingale. Music by Mark Isham; illustrated by Robert Van Nutt; narrated by Glenn Close.
  41. The Emperor’s New Clothes – This classic fairytale by Hans Christian Anderson tells the tale of a king and his “magical” garments. An emperor who cares too much about clothes hires two swindlers who promise him the finest suit of clothes from the most beautiful cloth. This cloth, they tell him, is invisible to anyone who was either stupid or unfit for his position. Music by Mark Isham; illustrated by Robert Van Nutt; narrated by Sir John Gielgud.
  42. The Firebird – Presents the story of an archer named Ivan and his companion the Horse of Power, who must present the Firebird to the tsar and find a princess from the end of Earth. Music by Mark Isham; illustrated by Robert Van Nutt; narrated by Susan Sarandon.
  43. The Fisherman and His Wife – This tale from the Brothers Grimm is about a poor fisherman, an enchanted fish, and a greedy wife.
  44. The Five Chinese Brothers – Presents the story of five brothers who use their physical gifts to try to outwit their cruel emperor. Music by Bill Douglass and David Austin; illustrated by Kurt Vargo; narrated by John Lone.
  45. The Fool and the Flying Ship – Relates the Russian tale of a country bumpkin who builds a flying ship and tries to claim his prize–the tsar’s daughter. Music by The Klezmer Conservatory Band; illustrated by Henrik Drescher; narrated by Robin Williams.
  46. The Gingham Dog and the Calico Cat – Presents the tale of a dog and a cat who fall out of Santa’s sleigh, work together to find their new home, and bring harmony to a household. Music by Chet Atkins; illustrated by Laszlo Kubinyi; narrated by Amy Grant.
  47. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – Presents Washington Irving’s eerie tale of Ichabod Crane, Brom Bones, and the Headless Horseman. Music by Tim Story; illustrated by Robert Van Nutt; narrated by Glenn Close.
  48. The Lion and the Lamb – Relates the fable of an escaped lion and newly born lamb who together teach a brother and sister about the true meaning of Christmas. Music by Lyle Mays; animated by Bill Kroyer; narrated by Amy Grant and Christopher Reeve
  49. The Monkey People – Presents a Colombian fable about a village of lazy people and their monkey servants, who soon take on every human activity. Music by Lee Ritenour; illustrated by Diana Bryan; narrated by Raul Julia.
  50. The Night Before Christmas – Captures the true spirit of Christmas! Music by Mark O’Connor, The Edwin Hawkins Singers, Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Van Dyke Parks, Sarah W. Neil, and Meryl Streep; illustrated by William Cone, Greg Couch, Vivienne Flesher, Bill James, and Tom Christ
  51. The Savior is Born – Brings together the gospels of Matthew and Luke as it follows Mary and Josepth to Bethlehem. Music by The Christ Church Cathedral Choir; illustrated by Robert Van Nutt; narrated by Morgan Freeman.
  52. The Song of Sacajawea – Journeys with the Lewis and Clark expedition and shows how a 17-year-old Native American used incredible courage and skill to help the early American explorers. Music by David Lindley; illustrated by Jack Molloy; narrated by Laura Dern.
  53. The Steadfast Tin Soldier – This classic fairytale by Hans Christian Anderson tells the story of a tin soldier and the hardships he endures for love. Music by Mark Isham; illustrated by David Jorgensen; narrated by Jeremy Irons.
  54. The Tailor of Gloucester – Features the story of a tailor who must finish a coat he has promised the mayor for his wedding. Music by The Chieftains; illustrated by David Jorgensen; narrated by Meryl Streep.
  55. The Tale of Peter Rabbit and the Tale of Jeremy Fisher – Beatrix Potter’s enchanting tales about heeding warnings and surprising adventures come alive in this beautifully illustrated version.
  56. The Talking Eggs – Relates the classic tale of good vs evil, in which a young girl befriends an old woman and is rewarded for her kindness. Music by Michael Doucet with BeauSoleil; illustrated by Neil Brennan; narrated by Sissy Spacek.
  57. The Three Billy Goats Gruff and the Three Little Pigs – This video presents the stories of a greedy troll under a bridge and a clever pig who outwits the big bad wolf. Music by Art Lande; illustrated by David Jorgensen; narrated by Holly Hunter.
  58. The Tiger and the Brahmin – Showcases the Indian tale about a Brahmin who mistakenly takes a tiger’s word. Music by Ravi Shankar; illustrated by Kurt Vargo; narrated by Ben Kingsley.
  59. The Ugly Duckling – This classic children’s tale comes alive in this rendition. It is the tale of a lonely outcast who is transformed into a beautiful swan.
  60. The Velveteen Rabbit – The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams is about a toy rabbit that comes to life. Music by George Winston; illustrated by David Jorgensen; narrated by Meryl Streep.
  61. The White Cat – Shows how a young prince befriends a cat, falls in love, and helps break the evil spell cast on the cat. Music by Joe Jackson; illustrated by Barbara McClintock; narrated by Emma Thompson.
  62. Thumbelina – Hans Christian Andersen’s tiny heroine, Thumbelina, escapes the clutches of an ugly toad and then has many adventures. Thumbelina meets a fairy prince just her size and they wed. Music by Mark Isham; illustrated by David Johnson; narrated by Kelly McGillis.