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Dizzy and Muck work it out —Auerbach, Annie.

Mrs. Potts has hired the team to pave a new path in her garden, but when Wendy leaves Dizzy and Muck alone to finish the job, they can't cooperate and end up making a big mess. They must work together to solve the proble...

Scoop saves the day —Redmond, Diane.

When Pilchard climbs up a tree she gets stuck and Bird and Scoop must save the day because no one knows where Bob the Builder is.

Angelina Ballerina. Twirling tales

Angelina and her friends stay on their toes in these twirling, whirling tales of friendship and fun! There are sweet surprises in store when Angelina and her friends must 1dance like a cake2?for Vicky's cake-themed dance...

Muck's muddy day. —Silverhardt, Lauryn.

"Travis gets stuck in the mud, and it's up to Muck to pull him out. When Muck finally gets Travis out, mud splatters everywhere!"

Bob's birthday —Redmond, Diane.

When Bob has his birthday Wendy plans a special party for him.

Wendy's big game —Redmond, Diane.

Wendy has a big job to do. She has to build a soccer field! Luckily the team is ready to help. They all build it- and there's just enough time to play a game of soccer too!

Bob the Builder. Scoop's favorite adventures

Scoop is everywhere! Whether he's helping Bob clean up after a big storm or working at the museum, Scoop is eager to help his friends. And when Scoop gets into mischief, he's glad to have the rest of the team to help him...

Bob the Builder. Dig! Lift! Haul!

Bob's problem-solving skills come in handy when Spud's mischief gets out of hand, but nothing keeps Bob's can-do team from digging, lifting, and hauling to get the job done.

Ready, set, race! —Forte, Lauren.

Bob, Wendy, and the others have an egg and spoon race. Spud wants to win the egg and spoon race. But what can he do to keep the egg on his spoon?

Bob the Builder. Celebrate with Bob

Celebrate with Bob, Wendy and the whole gang as they have a dance contest, a surprise birthday party, a really messy office and a broken computer. It's all in a days work as they all gear up for their daily dose of fun.

Peter wa al-Dhiab —Redmond, Diane, author.
Two Dimensional Nonprojected Graphic
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Retells the orchestral fairy tale of the boy whose grandfather told him not to play in the meadow but it's his favourite place to play, why should he be afraid of a wolf?