Scaredy Squirrel at Night

Scaredy Squirrel never sleeps — sleep might mean bad dreams about dragons, ghosts, vampire bats, and polka-dot monsters! So Scaredy plans to stay up all night and ward off all enemies with his Bad Dream Action Plan. Will fears and superstitions win the day? Watch and see!

Scaredy Squirrel at Night is based on the book by Mélanie Watt. The film was adapted and directed by Galen Fott. The voice of the Narrator and Scaredy is David de Vries. Animation is by Bigfott Studios, with animators Ken A. Priebe and Galen Fott. The musical score was composed by Scotty Huff. The film was produced by Paul R. Gagne and Melissa Reilly Ellard.

LINKS

 

To visit Weston Woods’ Scaredy Squirrel at Night page where you can order the film alone on DVD, click here.

 

To order the film in Canada, click here.

 

To visit Mélanie Watt’s Scaredy Squirrel website, click here.

 

To visit director/animator Galen Fott’s personal website, click here.

 

To visit voice actor David de Vries’ website, click here.

 

To visit animator Ken A. Priebe’s website, click here.

 

To visit Scotty Huff’s website, click here.

REVIEWS AND PRAISE

 

"This production augments the story through clever animation, drawing viewers in and emphasizing all the humorous asides that might be missed by casual readers. It turns out this tale works much better as an animated work than a static book. (Who knew?) Original music, with lilting lullaby themes, accompanies the enthusiastic narration by David de Vries to create a delight that will tickle children and adults. VERDICT: This is a higly amusing romp that addresses a common childhood issue." — Starred review, Teresa Bateman, School Library Journal

AWARDS, HONORS, AND SCREENINGS

 

ALA/ALSC Notable Children's Video

Chicago International Children's Film Festival

KidFilm Festival

Family Film Festival — Belmont Family Film

Images from the film Scaredy Squirrel at Night Copyright © 2015 Weston Woods Studios, Inc.

Scaredy Squirrel at Night book text and illustrations Copyright © 2009 by Mélanie Watt