Bear in the Big Blue House - Sharing with Friends [VHS]

9780767868020: Bear in the Big Blue House - Sharing with Friends [VHS]
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The usual bonhomie in the Big Blue House gets shoved aside for a time in the two-episode Sharing with Friends, shedding light on the benefits of sharing for Ojo, Tutter, and the gang and, with luck, preschool viewers of the nonfurry variety. In "Share Bear," Ojo and Treelo tussle over who gets to play with snowbear until Bear, the voice of reason, steps in to suggest a sporting game of snowbear in the woods, a pretend pilgrimage involving an encounter, at a tree pit stop, with a friendly lemur. Later, Tutter's ready to dive into a seven-decker PBJ when who should sprout from the sink but a peckish Pip and Pop. At first the mouse mutters a hickory dickory or two, but the idea of a picnic puts him in the right spirits for sharing. "What's Mine Is Yours" wraps itself around a couple of equally sticky situations: Ojo's just opened a new book when she's bombarded by overeager would-be sharers, and Bear's thwarted in his attempts to berry-pick by Pip and Pop, bound and determined as they are to use the Big Blue House's only bucket on a clamming expedition. Shadow surfaces in both episodes to sing "Baa Baa Black Sheep" (Baa Baa, you'll recall, went practically wool-less in the name of sharing), and Luna lets Bear look back and reflect in his avuncular way at the end of each 25-minute "day." Along with its message, which may come in handy at future play dates, the featured songs are this tape's draw: "What's in the Mail Today," "What's Mine Is Yours," "Always Something to Share," and "Clean Up the House" are swingin' enough, even, to share with older, more sophisticated siblings. --Tammy La Gorce

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