The magic school bus. Creepy crawly fun [videorecording] / [executive producers, Jane Startz, Alison Blank, Kristin Laskas Martin ; created for television by Alison Blank, Kristin Laskas Martin, Jane Startz ; Scholastic Productions Inc. ; presented by South Carolina ETV ; Nelvana].
[United States] : Scholastic ; [S.l.]: Distributed by New Video Group, c2012.
DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby digital surround stereo.
In English or Spanish dialogue; Closed-captioned.
Title from container.
Based on The magic school bus series written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Bruce Degen.
Rating: Not rated.
Three episodes of the Emmy Award-winning animated science-adventure series based on the best-selling books. In "The haunted house", the class has an upcoming concert at an old, spooky mansion filled with mysterious sounds. In "Going batty", as they learn about bats, the gang is convinced The Friz is a vampire. And in "Spins a web", Ms. Frizzle transports the class into a 1950s horror movie where a praying mantis is wreaking havoc on the town.
The kids are all ears as they explore the musical mysteries of sound during a spooky trip Inside the Haunted House! Next, things really start going batty when a lesson about nocturnal creatures convinces Ralphie that Ms. Frizzle is a vampire! Finally, the kids are zapped into a monster movie, where they discover the ingenious hunting skills of spiders as Scholastic's The Magic School Bus spins a web!
In the haunted house (topic: sound) -- Going batty (topic: bats) -- Spins a web (topic: spiders) -- Bonus episode: The magic school bus flexes its muscles.