Wordworld. Rocket to the moon
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SummaryPig has promised to make pies for everyone, but he doesn't have enough letters to make them. Dog has a magical way to help Pig keep his promise - it's all about the letter S. Frog thinks that in order to build a big rocket he needs big, uppercase letters. But when he needs to rescue the Little Piggies in out space, he learns that r-o-c-k-e-t works as well. All the friends have a ball trying to guess what Dog wants to play. Tiny Ant is tired of being the smallest friend. When he adds "GI" to his name he becomes Giant and soon learns that being small isn't so bad after all.
ContentsPies, pies, pies!
Rocket to the moon
Dog wants to play ball
There's an ant in every giant.
-- Juvenile films.
Rockets (Aeronautics) -- Juvenile films.
Ball games -- Juvenile films.
Ants -- Juvenile films.
Language acquisition -- Juvenile films.
Educational television programs for children.
Television programs for children.
Animated television programs.
Fantasy television programs.
Adventure television programs.
|Publisher|| [Dallas, TX] :Distributed by NCircle Entertainment,2007
|Other Titles|| Rocket to the moon
Word World (Firm)
Department of Education.
PBS for Kids.
NCircle Entertainment (Firm)
Title from container.
Originally broadcast on television on the PBS Kids network in 2007.
Special features: 8 build-a-word songs; "Ride the slide" music video.
DVD; 5.1 surround sound, 2.0 stereo.
1 videodisc (approximately 60 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.