WIN! Reading Rainbow Animal Cafe on DVD!
Animal Cafe - LeVar goes to a 24-hour diner to look into night jobs, and profiles people who have occupations in the evening and early morning hours, like radio DJs, bakers, cab drivers, and police officers.
In a separate story, a man ventures into a cave to see bats and other nocturnal animals. Martin Short narrates the story of Animal Cafe, about a cat and dog who operate a third shift restaurant for all the animals in their neighborhood while keeping it a secret from their human owner.
The Tortoise and the Hare - LeVar has entered a bicycle race. He is in competition not just with the other bikers, but with himself as well. This program also includes a lengthy piece on a karate class.
Comedienne Gilda Radner reads the Aesops tale of The Tortoise and the Hare, about an arrogant rabbit that is over confident that he can beat a determined turtle in a foot race.
Ludlow Laughs - LeVar is assigned a comedy makeover to learn more about comedy. Phillis Diller narrates Ludlow Laughs, a tale about a man who never smiled at all until one strange night when he started to laugh out loud.
Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message - LeVar discusses how people show gratitude for kind acts and how we can repay each other in acts of kindness to spread good will in the world.
Nicholson Earl Billey reads the featured story, a poem of greeting that Native Americans say each day to bless the earth and pray for all the gifts they have been given by respecting the planet.
If you would like to win a copy of this super fun new DVD, just answer this easy question about LaVar Burton himself: In 1999, Burton directed the Disney Channel original movie ______ ________, starring Katey Sagal, Kevin Kilner, and Jessica Steen. What was its name?
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