Tino and Teeny, two love-struck bunnies, leave letters for each other in a hollow log which is home to a family of mice who, once they realize they have destroyed the love letters, make a patchwork Valentine for the bunnies.
In "I love you, Stinky Face", A mother and child discuss how the mother's love would remain constant even if her child were a stinky skunk, scary ape, or bug-eating green alien.
In "The rain came down", An unexpected rain shower causes quarreling among the members of a small community.
In "Dear Bunny, a bunny love story", a family of matchmaking mice help two love-struck bunnies overcome their shyness and realize their true feelings for each other.
When Sophie gets angry- really, really angry. A young girl is upset and doesn't know how to manage her anger but takes the time to cool off and regain her composure.
Clifford at the circus. The circus is in town, but everything is going wrong.
What do you do with a kangaroo? A little girl copes with a variety of animals who try to take over her things and order her about.
When Buzz captures a fly to enter in The Amazing Pet Show, his parents and...
The Mailman decides to stop another deluge of letters by answering questions about the Easter Bunny. An uplifting message that teaches children about the origins of Easter traditions such as Easter egg hunts, egg rolling contests and Easter bonnets.
A clip-filled celebration featuring many of the series' most popular segments, with Bill Cosby, Morgan Freeman, Rita Moreno, and the multi-talented Electric Company cast. A cultural phenomenon in the '70s, this wildly popular educational television show with big laughs had a bigger message: teaching children basic reading and grammar skills with the emphasis on fun. Includes interviews with cast members Jim Boyd, Judy Graubart, Skip Hinnant, Tom Lehrer,...