Children will fall in love with these wonderful characters as they "Meet the Letters". A recent study of over 50 babies and toddlers, who watched Meet the Letters daily, resulted in over 90% of these children having complete upper and lowercase letter recognition by or before the end of the two-month study. Many learned their letters in less than two weeks! Most impressively, nearly 70% of children under 24 months of age mastered the alphabet. You will be amazed at how easily your little ones can learn their letters!
Kaptein Sabeltann is back! And when the people of Kjuttaviga also find a parchment that says there is another treasure from the pirate Grusomme Gabriel in Kjuttaviga, things really become wild.
This off-beat drama about man's search for meaning amidst the ache of despair chronicles Finn, an introspective English teacher entering a mid-life crisis impelled by a recent tragedy, as he sets afoot selling encyclopedias to the town locals.
Boober Gorg: After being hit on the head by a radish, Boober thinks he's a Gorg! Determined to protect Gorgs' radishes, he joins forces with the giants to capture he Fraggle friends. Blanket of Snow, Blanket of Woe: When Mokey forgets to cover Marjory the Trash Heap before the first snowfall, Marjory freezes solid! With help from Boober and the Gorgs, Mokey keeps her promise to make things right. Inspector Red: Who stole the ancient fragglehorn? Red plays detective so solve the strange and bizarre mystery. Which of the suspects is guilty? Would a guilty Fraggle let an innocent Fraggle take the rap?
Every joke has a point of departure a fun journey through the world of imagination. In Cocoricó Farm, is just that happens every day. There, a simple piece of wood that becomes a magic wand and a handful of sawdust, a lively arena.
When Emily complains that she's having trouble writing a poem for a school assignment, her dinosaur pal Barney recruits his good friend Mother Goose for a one-on-one tutorial about rhythm and rhyme. The fun-to-follow curriculum features a lineup of nursery rhyme standards and sing-along favorites, including "Baa Baa Black Sheep," "London Bridge," "Old King Cole," "Little Boy Blue" and "The Old Lady in the Shoe."
This documentary shows the early life of polar bear Knut that had to be hand fed by Berlin zoo employee Thomas Dörflein after its mother Tosca refused the baby in 2006.
The Wonder Pets head to India to save a Bengal Tiger who's got a thorn stuck in her paw. With help from the thorn-pulling Mouse Raji, they prove that no hero is too small to be a big help!
The Wonder Pets are on summer vacation but still on the job as they rescue a circus lion from falling off of circus train. As a reward, they're offered their own acts in the circus.
The continuation of adventures of Tom Sawyer and his friends started in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (1968).
Freddie is starting as a thug for Jazdec the Polish, a pimp and concealer of illicit goods. Freddy's love for Larna, whom he dreams to snatch from prostitution, drive them into jeopardy under the clutches of a Chinese Godfather. To see Larna alive, Freddie must kill the so-called Mr. Zhu, a strange Chinese Zorro who just arrived in Paris to retrieve a young runaway fellow countrywoman.
Dr. Thomas Phelan, a clinical psychologist, developed the program for his own children when they were young and in the thralls of hyperactivity and sibling rivalry. The two-hour show features his explanation of the program interspersed with dramatic scenarios and parent testimonials. The corny vignettes and repetitive testimonials are somewhat extraneous, but the nut of the information is invaluable. Phelan urges parents to get away from explaining everything to kids, who aren't listening to you anyway, he says, but he's not a spanking advocate either.
The prophet Lehi had a dream that brought joy and concern for the eternal welfare of his family. The symbols of Lehi’s dream contain teachings important to us even today. The meaning behind the symbols are brought to life, from the mists of darkness to the great and spacious building. The importance of holding— and helping others grasp— the iron rod so that we can partake of the fruit of eternal life becomes clear.
When Rex, a good-natured Golden Retriever, is given bionic super powers by an eccentric scientist, he becomes the target of an evil genius determined to possess the new technology at any cost.
The HBO series "The Wire" was based on the lives of real gangsters from Baltimore. LEGENDS OF THE UNWIRED is the first film to expose those real lives, the real people that the characters of The Wire is based upon. In this DVD, the real Avon "Bodie" Barksdale, tells all to his on screen character’s actor, Wood Harris. Bodie reveals the uncensored truth about drugs, sex, violence and death.
A young boy discovers on Christmas Eve that he can hear the beautiful voice of the angel residing atop his Christmas tree. Through the angel's song, the boy learns the value of his faith, and passes it on to the rest of his family.
The film is about the childhood of Lord Ganesh. The film covers a) Lord Ganesh's birth and b) The story behind Lord Ganesh's voracious appetite which recalls the incident of Lord Kubera inviting Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi for a feast and the consequential events
Bob Mixes Real-Life Construction Action With Animated Fun To Show You How To Build The Perfect House And Playground!Get ready to rev-up and get dirty as Bob's world meets the real world! With footage from real-life construction sites you'll see giant diggers, trucks and mixers work together to build your dream house. From demolition to finishing touches, you'll learn everything you need to know to get the job done and have some fun! Top it off with building your fantasy playground while you are On Site with Bob!
For many years Dr Lam has worked with thousand of instructors and students toward an ideal Tai Chi Program for beginners. He and his team have come up with a fun, easy to remember and still containing the essence of Tai Chi. It is safe, suitable for anyone to improve health, relaxation and fitness. "A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step."? A Chinese proverb. Let Dr. Lam help
The people of Ammon, a group of Lamanites, take an oath to never kill again. They rear their children with great faith. One day the wicked Ammoron threatens the peace. 2,000 young men, not bound by the covenant of their parents, are led by Helaman to defend their people. Despite their youth and inexperience these stripling warriors bravely fight because they trust their mothers’ promise that they will not be harmed.