A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Even the smallest of goods deeds is rewarded.
A frog and a hog get into a spat that turns into a full-blown feud, until the judge lays down the law.
A fly buzzing around a donkey's head sets off a chain of events that leads to a cow in the cabbage patch.
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!
The king is not a fussy man, but he is very particular about what he has for breakfast.
While mother is away getting food, baby owl wanders away from the burrow, and the adventure begins.
Why do we so often want to be something we are not? Even mermaids seem to share this attribute.
What a mysterious creature the Quangle Wangle is. And, my, what a big hat he has.
A limerick story about an arrogant swami who is humbled in the end.
Guess what happens when cows eat grass? Naturally.
This tender yet powerful poem expresses a father's unconditional love and support for his children. From guiding baby's first steps to marveling at the grandeur of the universe and all that lies beyond, he promises to nurture and protect them forever.
Grab your child's favorite snugly blanket, rev up your imagination, and get ready for a bedtime story where anything is possible and nothing at all is unusual! This colorful book allows us to enter the creative mind of a little boy who tries to delay his bedtime each night by playing a special game called: What If?
Children will love this wonderful collection of classic bedtime songs and stories and beautiful illustrations.
A short poem about the different things kids might grow up to be.
When a lion finds a gypsy sleeping in the desert, something very unexpected happens.
Learn who Dinah is at long last in the condensed version of this classic song.
A whole heap of fish in this song; good music; nice animation. Sing it!
Wait for it... wait... Yes! A toe-tapper to sing again (probably often) after watching it through.
A series of lighthearted limericks about the grim reaper and other somber characters.