So, the picturebook. It's generally touted for its opportunities for developing emergent literacy and exposure to prepositional phrases. True enough, the verbal text is large and against a white background, clear and easy to see, and yes, the book contains a number of prepositional phrases. Many descriptions of the book highlight the fact that the pictures match the words as well. But Rosie's Walk is far more than easy to read words and exposure to prepositions, and the pictures do far more than just match the words.
Alternating wordless pages show us how the accident-prone fox tries to catch Rosie but never does, instead he lands on a rake, falls in the pond, sploffs in the hay, gets covered in flour and finally falls into an empty cart which takes him careering into the beehives. Rosie just keeps on walking apparently oblivious to the chaos behind her!
UPDATE! I've just found the film on YouTube, so here it is for you to see.