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Madeline: New House [VHS] by Michael Maliani

Madeline: New House [VHS]

by Michael Maliani

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Amazon.com (ISBN 0307142698, VHS Tape)

Madeline's boarding school, the "old house in Paris that was covered with vines," is falling apart in this lively installment of the video series based on the characters of the beloved Ludwig Bemelmans books. When falling plaster nearly hits some dignitaries touring the antiquated building, it's the last straw for the owner, who puts up a condemnation sign and sends the dozen schoolgirls, their teacher, and their cook to live in a cramped apartment across town. Disaster ensues when the neighbors take an instant dislike to the rowdy girls, not to mention their dog, Genevieve. But never fear, Miss Clavel gets to sing, Madeline involves the historical society, and--with the help of some handymen--the old house becomes the refurbished "new" house of the title. --Kimberly Heinrichs

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:14 -0400)

When a leaky roof, falling plaster and mice in the kitchen threaten to get their beloved old home torn down, Madeline and her friends learn that no matter where they go, home is where the heart is!

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