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.
10 of Jan Vermeer's most famous paintings are used to tell a story about a fleeting moment in time. A brief biography of the artist is included.
Why do we so often want to be something we are not? Even mermaids seem to share this attribute.
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.
Guess who won't be having peanut butter and bananas tonight.
Pigmund Freud diagnoses a patient's fear of mustard, pickles and rye bread.
Our bungling band of bucaneers nearly meet their match when they go against Jekyl & Hyde.
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.
Super Letterman proves that the right word can make a world of difference.
Super Letterman saves the day once again by changing a single letter in a word.
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.
Neat example of the importance of "zero" in numbers; and something of an insight for young minds.
Every child loves a robot, and just as long as it is not real life, what could be more entertaining than a robot gone loco!
A short poem about the different things kids might grow up to be.
A simple, touching story with more than one message, illustrated as a print-book would be. But, no print-book can read itself out aloud.
The classic story of a naughty little bunny who gets into big trouble for not minding his mother.
While Isaac Newton is counting apples, he makes a startling discovery.
A fascinating look at one of the oldest, most diverse groups of animals on Earth.
Seems these birds tired of their natural tweeting talents and wanted something more sophisticated than beaks!