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Baby Shakespeare

The Baby Shakespeare video is a visual and auditory field trip using the rhythm of poetry and the beauty of nature to teach words in context. Bard, the word-loving dragon, leads a parade of words, poems, puppet shows, an...

Einstein's universe
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Einstein's Theory of Relativity is explained to Peter Ustinov by scientists at the McDonald Observatory, Texas. Ustinov becomes educated in Einstein's theories by many of the best minds in science, who provide demonstrat...

Baby Einstein. Baby Neptune [discovering water]

Exploring water from a baby's perspective, this video combines scenes of water in the bathtub, the deep blue sea, rivers, and lakes with visuals of silly puppets, toys, happy children, and the music of Handel, Telemann, ...

Einstein the class hamster and the very real game show —Tashjian, Janet, author.

When Ms. Moreno's class appears on the hit game show "Kids Know Stuff," the show's host walks off the set but with the assistance of a sound engineer, Ned and Marlon help Einstein get ready to host the show and save the ...

Playdate fun

"A lively musical companion sure to delight little ears during playtime"--Container.

Baby Newton. Discovering shapes

Familiarizes babies and toddlers with circles, squares, rectangles, ovals and triangles within the context of toys, nature, art and everyday items to the compositions by Antonio Vivaldi.

Baby Galileo. Discovering the sky

Set to classical music, this video introduces babies to the universe including clouds, planets, and stars.

First colors —Kelman, Marcy

Babies are passionately curious. They are fascinated by the sights and sounds around them, and every moment of every day is an opportunity for discovery.

Baby MacDonald on the farm —Aigner-Clark, Julie.

Teaches youngsters the way farm animals look, live, and feel with visits to the meadow, the stables, the coop, and the field. On board pages.

Baby lullaby

Takes baby on a soothing journey with classical lullabies by Bach, Brahms, and Mozart. Enjoy relaxing ocean waves, sweet puppet shows, and tranquil images. The perfect way to spend special time with your baby.

My first book of numbers

Colourful illustrations introduce children to the numbers 1 to 10.

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