Friday, April 11, 2014

Display - Olivia


By Ian Falconer
Olivia decides that a marching band must accompany the fireworks display so she forms one from pots, pans, her brother's toys, and her father's suspenders.

By Ian Falconer
Whether at home getting ready for the day, enjoying the beach, or at bedtime, Olivia is a feisty pig who has too much energy for her own good.
 
By Ian Falconer
At school, Olivia tells about her summer vacation and how, when she went to the circus and all the performers were out sick, she saved the day, becoming Olivia the Tattooed Lady, Olivia the Lion Tamer, The Amazing Flying Olivia, and more.
 
By Natalie Shaw
A royal family comes to town, and when Olivia and Princess Stephanie realize they look exactly alike, they decide to switch places, making Olivia a princess for a day.
 
By Alex Harvey 
Olivia is super excited to have her best friend come along on her family camping trip. However Francine is not a huge fan of the Great Outdoors and is less than excited about the mud, the bugs, and the idea of sleeping in a tent. It's up to Olivia to help Francine get in touch with her inner nature lover.
 
It's time for the town Easter egg hunt! But instead of searching for the eggs, Olivia and her family have to complete silly stunts to collect them. Can Team Olivia be the first to finish and win a special Easter surprise?
 
By Ian Falconer
Olivia embarks upon a quest for identity and individuality as sets about creating a whole array of fantastically dressed princesses.
 
DVD
Whether Olivia is learning to dance like a prima ballerina, running her school carnival, or camping in the great outdoors, no challenge is too great for this tireless heroine!
 
By Emily Sollinger
Olivia decides to throw her mother a surprise birthday party, and with a little help from her father, her grandmother, and her brother she fixes a menu of red foods and gets everything ready.
 
By Ian Falconer
On a family vacation in Venice, Olivia indulges in gelato, rides in a gondola, and finds the perfect souvenir.
 
By Emily Sollinger
When Olivia's teacher gives Olivia a "surprise" plant seed envelope, she takes care of the seed in her garden, excited to discover what kind of plant she will grow.
 
DVD
The star of Ian Falconer's beautifully illustrated books, children know and love Olivia, an adventurous, 'can-do' 6-and-3/4-year-old pig. Olivia has an active imagination, a keen sense of humor, and a spunky, confident personality. In these programs Olivia's world, her family and friends are brought to vibrant life. Olivia encourages creativity, explores the endless possibilities for any great idea, and is always wondering "What if?"