Good Night Gorilla

From a mischievous monkey to children-turned-dinosaurs, bedtime proves a time of tiredness, tricks, and tirades in this collection of famous bedtime stories. The animated "Goodnight Gorilla" remains true to Peggy Rathman's irresistible artwork and features an adorable monkey who outsmarts the Zookeeper by unlocking all the animals cages and then following him home to bed.

Rock 'N Learn: Nursery Rhymes

These nursery rhymes programs put a new spin on the classics to make favorite rhymes come alive. Brother and Sister Goose join Mother Goose to present 43 rhymes using upbeat, pop-style music sung to traditional and new melodies. The playful geese lead kids through each rhyme, teaching them about being safe, using manners, and accepting responsibility. For ages 3 ­– 5

Rock 'N Learn: Addition & Subtraction Rock

Learning math facts doesn't have to be dull! Now students can "rock out" while they learn addition and subtraction. Upbeat rock music, energetic performers, and colorful action make these super-cool songs favorites with kids of all ages. As they sing along to these "add and subtract tunes," kids quickly learn sums up to 18 and differences from 18. Ages 6 & up

Rock 'N Learn: Multiplication Rock

Learning multiplication doesn't have to be dull, especially when you rock! Upbeat music, energetic performers, and plenty of action make these multiplication rock songs favorites with kids of all ages. As they rock out to these multiplication tunes, learners develop quick, accurate recall for multiplication facts through 12. Available in DVD video or audio CD with book. Ages 8 & up

Jim Henson's Pajanimals

Jim Henson's Pajanimals features the musical adventures of four young and loveable animals preparing for bed. The original songs are designed to help comfort preschool viewers with bedtime themes and transitional issues such as separating from Mom at the end of the day, healthy routines, sleeping through the night and being comfortable with the lights out.

Baby Longhorn: Raising Tomorrow's UT Fan Today

Baby Longhorn uses officially licensed footage of Longhorn sports, mascot, marching band and campus attractions to expose children to the University of Texas in an exciting and playful manner. "Raising Tomorrow's UT Fan Today" features the music of The Longhorn Band as well as original footage of the "Longhorn Kids" enjoying the sites and sounds of the school you love. We invite you to enjoy this video with your child as Team Baby Entertainment takes you on a fun-filled, colorful and stimulating visual experience with the University of Texas Longhorns.

Marcelka 1971

A rich man can not cheer his daughter Marcelka. He calls overseas doctors and tries to repaint his castle but nothing helps. Only young boy Petrik is able to amuse Marcelka with his artistry.

Maybe a Frigate 1980

The major force in this story is the children - the group of mischievous girls and boys who can play all the time. They find an antique amphora at the bottom of the sea. Since there is an amphora, there must be a frigate. There is a mystery cave in which the captain goes empty handed and comes out with full packs. That is how the search begins. The children and the adults are passionate about it. Instead of a frigate, they find a truth: "We do not need much to have fun."

Three Cheers for Us 1974

A story about ten year old Enrico who spends the summer in the village mostly playing Indians with his friends.

Gikor 1982

A village boy meets his tragic fate when he is sent to the city to work for a rich trader.

Spittin' Image

A twin falls off a wagon and meets a mountain man who teaches her to spit tobacco for a living.