Every once in awhile, a book comes along that doesn't waste your time with useless information to build a scene. Sometime's they get it absolutely right and your imagination takes flight! With Author Fay Simon
Every once in awhile a book comes along and gently takes you away to another space & place in time. The Things you'll discover and remember as you journey with us through the pages of Circle The Sun will amaze you!
In this episode, Sheriff Stephen J. gets a visit from Alphabet Chef Stephanie who makes gingerbread cookies and "The Midcoast Community Band" perform the songs: "A Fireside Christmas," "The Toy Trumpet," "The Saints Hallelujah" and "Sleigh Ride." This is part 2 of "Happy Holidays." The daily word of interest is: "Mellifluous." (words of interest are spelled and defined in each episode.)
In this episode, Sheriff Stephen J. gets a visit from Alphabet Chef Stephanie who makes Hot Cocoa and "The Midcoast Community Band" perform the songs: "A Canadian Brass Christmas," "Hanukkah Holiday," "Deck the Halls with Old Composers" and "O' Tannenbaum." This is part 1 of a continuing episode with the band playing more holiday music in part 2. The daily word of interest is: "Gelid." (words of interest are spelled and defined in each episode.)
Episode 10's theme is Frogs. In this episode Ronda will read "One Frog Sang' by Shirley Parenteau Illustrated by Cynthia Jabar. Sing along with the song Ack Gunk Went the Little Green Frog One Day.
Based on a story by Hans Christian Anderson (The Sheperdess & the chimney-Sweep), Mr. Wonderbird (Sir Peter Ustinov) tells the story of two lovers who flee their two dimensional painting and are then hunted by a mean-spirited King.
An artistic masterpiece from the early 1950's, this episode of "Howdy Doody" comes from the 1st of April, 1952. As such, the episode starts with a practical joke which probably annoyed many people. This episode also contains lots of advertising for the sponsors, including Colgate Dental Cream and Kellogg's cereal.
This moving historical musical brings history to life in a magical night for the whole family. An original musical written by Peggy Pettit, directed by John Fleming with music by Tucki Bailey, in which quilt patterns and blues music are joined in a theatrical telling of the Underground Railroad.
Outside his home Seth is, well, not really good for anything. But when he comes home and enters his parent's basement, his imagination comes to life! What can happen in this world of characters? You'll just have to watch to find out...
Boat Captain Thorne Sherman and his black sidekick, "Rook" Griswold (played by an actor named John Henry Dupree, whose nickname was 'Judge" but he was not a judge), arrive to deliver supplies to a remote and isolated island, inhabited by a scientist, his daughter and his aides. Sherman soon learns that the scientist and company have created out-of-control, flesh-eating, monstrous giant shrews. A hurricane hits and all the stranded humans become either meals for or meal-targets for the shrews.
The Wacky Factory, a WCCA TV13 children's program, show 4 features the segments Pretty Baby, Band of Pirates and Embarrassed Honor Student. The Wacky Factory is Written and produced by Eric Glass.
LeVar’s favorite pooch, “Luke,” steps to the forefront and takes over the show. Students get a dog’s eye view of life and get to meet some incredible canine daredevils who prove that a dog is truly a kid’s best friend—no bones about it!