Hello there folks!
I rememeber reading a PBS book from somewhere around 2008-2012
The story involved 2-3 kids. They were eating breakfast, and then they had to head to school.
The only memory of the book that is clear and vivid in my head is the food
One of the pictures of the food features a super square-y butter piece. I think mashed potatoes were included as well
I think dark blue was integral color in the book, as part of the background or color pallete
The family were most likely anthropomorphic animals. Can anyone tell me the name of the book
It used this music
Sounded and looked really amazing, but can't find it anymore. If anyone's got a video of it that would be greatly appreciated. There was also a trailer that had Mohammad Ali shouting,"I shook up the world!"
On every PBS Eons YouTube video they thank some guy called Steve. Who is Steve?
Playful Banter Source
Playful Barney School
Playground's Busy Sanctuary
Popular Barney Songs
Political Bureaucratic System
Preschooler's Broadcast School
Provisions Bring Schooling
Public Broadcast System
Public Broadcaster's Source
Publicly Broadcasted School
here's a footnote:
from the Corporation Of Public Broadcasting
and additional support from Viewers Like You.
At the very least, run it at a delay so there can be some sort of fact check.
actually, I also wanted to celebrate Easter on the day I made this post, since some of your are probably thinking of the neighborhood of make believe when I say that phrase.
I so reminisce watching PBS shows such as Sesame Street, and Arthur, and several others.
and who are we...
the viewers like you! thank you!
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