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Turkey Claus Just $1! | Turkey is in trouble. Again. He made it through Thanksgiving without becoming a turkey dinner, but now it’s almost Christmas, and guess what’s on the menu?
Barnyard Fun Just $1! | When Sheep found out it was April One, he said, “It’s time to have some fun”! Sheep set his alarm an hour ahead. It woke up Rooster in his bed. Sheep plays April Fool’s jokes on Rooster, Dog, Pig and Cow. Then Horse decides to play a trick on Sheep-and the farm animals have the biggest laugh of all!
Little Red Riding Hood Just $1! | Gennady Spirin, in his adaptation of the Brother Grimms’ earliest version of “Little Red Cap”, tells the story of a young girl in a red hood who takes a cake to her sick grandmother. Along the way, she meets a wicked wolf who tricks her into thinking he’s her granny.
The Night Before Christmas Just $1! | The poem “The Night Before Christmas” has become so much a part of Christmas that it’s hard to imagine the holiday without it.
Pooch on the Loose: A Christmas Adventure Just $1! | Bart loves his owner Max, but it’s Christmas time in the city, and Bart longs for some adventure. So when Max is busy bringing in his Christmas tree, Bart gets his chance and becomes a pooch on the loose!
Jesus Just $1! | Gennady Spirin created one original, spectacular oil painting to illustrate thirteen principal events in the life of Jesus: The Annunciation, The Birth, The Baptism, The Child in the Temple, The Fast and Temptation of Jesus, The Marriage at Cana, The Sermon on the Mount, The Transfiguration, The Raising of Lazurus at Bethany, The Last Supper, The Crucifixion, The Resurrection, and The Ascension into Heaven.
The Golem’s Latkes Just $1| On the first night of Hanukkah, Rabbi Judah has too much to do and too little time to do it. Before the rabbi leaves to visit the emperor, he tells his housemaid Basha that she can ask the golem to help.
Cock-a-Doodle Christmas! Just $1| When Old Rooster leaves the farm to live with his sister, young Harold takes over the job of waking the farm animals each morning. But Harold has a soft voice, and nobody can hear his cock-a-doodle-doo. Then one evening, the sky lights up and a miraculous birth takes place, causing Harold to shout the good news for all to hear.
Mouse’s Christmas Cookie Just $1| When Cat sees Mouse take one of Santa’s Christmas cookies, the chase is on! “Stop Mouse!” Cat cries. Is Cat chasing Mouse because he wants the cookie, or is there some other reason? The chase ends happily, when Cat surprises Mouse with a gift—and Mouse reciprocates—showing that even unlikely friends can exchange gifts at Christmas.
The Hanukkah Mice Just $1! | It’s the first night of Hanukkah, and the mouse family secretly looks on as Mr. Silman lights the first Hanukkah candle. Then they watch Rachel Silman open a gift from her family, a beautiful dollhouse with a wraparound porch and tiny lace curtains. “Just the right size for us,” whispers Mindy Mouse.
Some Kind of Love Just $1! | Every summer, relatives (old and young, big and small) come together from all over the country for a reunion. All have one thing in common: their love for each other. They sleep wherever there is room. They eat and laugh and tell stories and remember. And a nine-year old boy captures it all in his words.
Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah! Just $1! | A family gathers joyfully to celebrate Hanukkah by lighting the menorah, enjoying tasty latkes and other holiday dishes, dancing the hora, and spinning dreidels.