Reading Rainbow: LeVar's Favorites DVD

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Take a look, it's in a book, a Reading Rainbow! For over 30 years, this beloved children's television series has been bringing stories to life. Hosted by acclaimed actor LeVar Burton, journey to exciting places and build a lasting connection with your favorite books. Episodes include: The Bionic Bunny Show, Tar Beach, Enemy Pie, Amazing Grace and The Tin Forest.

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Product Description


  • Length: 150 minutes on 1 Disc
  • Subtitles: Yes
  • Number of Programs: 5
  • Rating: TV-Y
  • Production Year: 2016
  • Country of Origin: United States


  • The Bionic Bunny Show - Celebrity Reader: Gene Klavan - LeVar launches into the television production process during the filming of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," on which he played a major role.

    Tar Beach - Celebrity Reader: Ruby Dee - LeVar's presence looms over New York once again, this time literally. He's taken to the roof of one of the nondescript skyscrapers, very close to the bridge mentioned in the featured book, "Tar Beach."

    Enemy Pie - Celebrity Reader: Ed Harris - LeVar observes activity in a playground to see how people do and don't get along with each other. Ed Harris reads "Enemy Pie," a story about a boy who dislikes one of his new classmates, and how his father helps bring the two boys to start a friendship by making a secret recipe Enemy Pie.

    Amazing Grace - Celebrity Reader: Tyne DalyLeVar visits a theater to discuss acting and how pretending to be someone else sometimes helps people express themselves in different ways. He also visits with his friend, Whoopi Goldberg, who was launching her own talk show, and discussed how her unique look has sometimes helped, and hindered her career as an actress/comedian.

    The Tin Forest - Celebrity Reader: Jeff BridgesLeVar visits a school in New York City to ask the class how they have coped since the past year when the World Trade Center was destroyed nearby and they had to evacuate and some children lost family members. Jeff Bridges reads the story of "The Tin Forest," about a lonely man who builds a metal forest of trees and animals in hopes of attracting real animals to ease his sadness.

    This DVD features subtitles in English