A rhino raps a classic Robert Frost poem.
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Slow and steady wins the race.
A moving story song about the effects of urbanization as seen through the eyes of a bunny.
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Even the smallest of goods deeds is rewarded.
The Rooster and the Fox; The Wolf and the Kid; The Sheep and the Kid; The Donkey and the Load of Salt; The Peacock.
Bobo is a baby elephant who doesn't want to grow up. But when he discovers how brave he can be, he's proud to make the leap from baby to child.
Mighty Bookworm interviews a gaudy grasshopper on this humorous talk show for and about bugs.
Six white horses were tired from all their work, so they took a little vacation.
A frog and a hog get into a spat that turns into a full-blown feud, until the judge lays down the law.
An imposter shows up for Groundhog Day and angers Puxatawny Phil.
A fly buzzing around a donkey's head sets off a chain of events that leads to a cow in the cabbage patch.
Three little critters that make just the kind of mess kids dream of - and they are having fun, too!
A level 1 guided reader about things that are found in the garden. Written and spoken words can be repeated.
A level 1 guided reader about things that are found in the sea. Written and spoken words can be repeated.
This cat goes beyond the call of duty to keep the mice and roaches in order in this cute little poem by T.S. Eliot.
You have never seen - and never will, anywhere else - such mixed-up critters as these. Kids will delight in them!
While mother is away getting food, baby owl wanders away from the burrow, and the adventure begins.
A song about one of mother nature's greatest mysteries.
Ziggy sure got a different kind of sleep-over when he went to Moogie's house. But maybe this is an experience kids would love to have.
What a mysterious creature the Quangle Wangle is. And, my, what a big hat he has.
The beetles think the woodpecker is telling knock-knock jokes, but soon discover that the joke is on them.
Guess what happens when cows eat grass? Naturally.
Benjamin Bunny's babies are caught by Mr. McGregor; a mouse comes to the rescue.
The classic story of a naughty little bunny who gets into big trouble for not minding his mother.
Benjamin Bunny helps Peter Rabbit reclaim his coat and shoes from Mr. McGregor's garden.