A neat little story about some bugs, and a little girl. Happy!
The journey of a little purple car, collecting various animals along the way to town.
Some leprechauns have no luck at all.
A Peruvian folk tale told with pictures as well as words. Interesting concept which will expand a child's horizons of thought.
An old favorite song with a classic art twist.
He is indeed a wise old owl, and knows just how to make a fellow feel good about himself. Wise, and interesting, words a child will benefit from knowing.
The story of an impertinent little squirrel and his encounter with a stoic owl who doesn't find the squirrel's antics amusing.
The age-old traditions of this Jewish holiday are brought to light in words, pictures and songs.
A large and happy family; a lot of dogs; and some problems with the size of the family fridge...
A book about the color and shape of things.
Yes, sir... a few things down there in the sea we wonder about. Mermaids...?
Play it again, Sam! Ah... I'm a shoo-in for some country; and learnin' stuff, too.
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.
Another 6 classic Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes in verse or song.
Mona Lisa didn't always wear a smile. Find out what changes her frown to a smile in this funny little poem.
Learn about the mysterious lost city of the Incas, built on a mountaintop in Peru centuries ago.
A whole heap of fish in this song; good music; nice animation. Sing it!
A colorful band of pirates sing much better than they sail. Also includes a fun geography games and a short history lesson.
An amusing sequence of events that end up right back where they started.
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.
A poetic playing of pigs and well-known names thinly disguised.
Many of the sights and sounds of Christmas are demonstrated in this holiday book.
A very short version of this enduring tale of a naughty little girl and a family of very patient bears.