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1000 Days For The Planet
1000 Days for the Planet is the latest project from world-renowned scientist and UN Ambassador for the Environment, Jean Lemire. Lemire explores the world from his 50-foot sailboat, the Sedna IV, stopping everywhere from Alaska to the Philippines. Along the way, the series reveals the extraordinary beauty of the planet whilst he Read More...



American Sign Language Made Easy Series
ASL is an easy-to-learn, step-by-step approach to learning sign language, complete with drills and practice exercises to increase signing ability and understanding. It’s the perfect series teaching the fundamentals of communicating through sign in a variety of everyday situations. Clarissa, your effervescent host, Read More...



Angry Planet Series
On Angry Planet, professional storm chaser George Kourounis continues his global adventure, traveling to some of the most dangerous places on Earth. But this time he’s on a special assignment.
As the planet heats up, natural disasters are becoming more frequent and severe. From deadly wildfires raging across Au Read More...



Animals In The World
Introduce children to animals found around the world. From tiny insects to the largest mammal on land, you’ll get a bird’s eye view of wildlife in their natural settings. The concept of animal classification is introduced and the environment they live in discussed.Animals In North AmericaIn this program you wil Read More...



Anthropocene
Humans have lived in the geological era of the fourth Holocene of the new age for 10,000 years. However, some scientists have determined the human impact on Earth and stated that the era of the Holocene has ended and that the new era of Anthropocene has begun. This means that human activity is equal to asteroid impacts and tecto Read More...



Back to Basquiat
This film is first and foremost a journey. From Brooklyn to Abidjan, via the Mississippi, Puerto Rico and Haiti. A journey through the search for his identity of the most famous black American contemporary artist, and one of the 20th century's major painters. But it's a paradoxical journey because, despite his Haitian an Read More...



Behind AI
Everything seems possible today thanks to Artificial Intelligence. But how successful will it be? Whereas more than ever before, technology is a driving force of evolution in our society, that driving force is now running riot. It worries a lot of computer programmers, the very creators of this AI, some of who have even become w Read More...



Betty Boop for ever
Betty Boop was the first female human character in the entire history of cartoons, she was also the first woman to have the leading role in a cartoon. Born in 1930 with gorgeous legs, huge bedroom eyes, a soft singer voice, Betty Boop was a hit! As she blows out 90 candles in 2020, the sexy little brunette and her legendary Boop Read More...



Big Bang – The Theory And The Origin Of The Universe
The majority of today’s astronomers and scientists support the theory we call the Big Bang. But what does the theory actually entail? How did it develop? In this program we explore the background of the Big Bang theory. Was it really a bang? What different substances and particles were formed right after the Big Ban Read More...



Big Data, Big Brother
An in-depth look at how two of the most famous dystopian novels became reality.Big Data, Big Brother exposes just how closely today’s reality mirrors two of the most well-known dystopian novels of the 20th century: Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and George Orwell’s 1984.
Welcome to a wo Read More...



Big Lego Christmas, A
Behind the scenes of the world’s most-profitable toymaker! A Big LEGO® Christmas offers viewers a sneak peek inside the legendary toy empire. Visit the famously-secretive LEGO® headquarters in Billund, Denmark as the team pulls out all the stops to stage the biggest LEGO® Christmas ever. Head to London’s Read More...



Big Pharma: Gaming The System
Big pharma is big business. Richer and more powerful than ever, Big Pharma has influence at the heart of the economy and politics. This film investigates the lobbying practices of the lucrative pharmaceutical industry that can alone decide on government health policies, possibly to the detriment of our health. This global and co Read More...



Biz Kid$ Season 6 New Releases
Highly Recommended Video Librarian - 2 time winner of National Emmy Awards (14 nominations) 
- Winner of Silver Telly Award - Winner Parents’ Choice Gold and Silver Honor Awards - Winner Herb Wegner Award for Outstanding Program
 - Winner of Envi Read More...



Black Amerrcan Experience Series, The
The Black American Experience series features African Americans who left their stamp on history and celebrates over 200 years of change in America. From children of slavery to the first African American elected President, this series is an inspiring journey of courage, defeat. Their stories are a vivid reminder that Yes, We Can Read More...



Blowing Smoke: Vaping Teens & Smoking Addiction
Recommended: Video Librarian E-cigarettes have been called the next generation cigarette and vaping the newest way for teens to start smoking. Research confirms that nonsmoking teens who start vaping are three times as likely as nonvapers to later smoke cigarettes and that vaping seemed to encourage smoking. Most teens as Read More...



Continents: An Overview
If we take a look at our planet, it is divided into seven continents: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia/Oceania, Europe, North America and South America. With this informative program we travel around the world to learn more about each continent. Information includes:major countries & citiesculturesgeological feature Read More...



Cosmic Flows: Cartographers of the Universe
A SCIENTIFIC QUEST TO MAP THE UNIVERSEMan has always sought further afield. After the seafaring explorers of the 16th century, 21st century cosmologists today navigate more celestial oceans, with each mission providing an ever-broader and more impressive cartography of our surroundings. At the avant garde of modern technology, t Read More...



COVID-19 Prevention And Safety For Students
At this very crucial time, with parents, children, and schools all being impacted by Coronavirus, itis important to provide information that will help them to understand what the virus is, and tolearn how to be safe and feel more secure.COVID-19 Prevention and Safety For Studentshelps childrenlea Read More...



Defining Moments In US History Series
Obfuscated, and rarely punished, the lies of those in power often achieve their goal: to change the course of history. Who are the perpetrators of these falsehoods? Heads of state, politicians and military leaders, supported by their hierarchies. They have no qualms about lying to the radio, on television, to millions of people, Read More...



Descubra Inglés
Spanish speaking youngsters will have fun learning English under the teaching of Maestro Javier and friends in this animated musical series. The series includes short English lessons with practice time, on-screen visuals for vocabulary and words, colorful characters and catchy songs for each letter of the alphabet! An inte Read More...



Development Of Life On Earth
Travel back billions of yearsto learn how the Earthwas created,what the climate was like and the first living organisms. From there we proceed along thegeological time scale- Precambrian, Paleozoic, andMesozoicperiods. Concepts such as how population, competition andadaptation are& Read More...



Earth's Surface Series, The
Approximately 70% of the earth's surface is covered with water. The remaining portion includes the landmasses of the seven continents. These landmasses include many geographical features known as landforms. And within landforms we find many geological features on earth such as rocks and minerals. THE EARTH´S SURF Read More...



English National Opera Presents, The
Filmed live from The London Coliseum, enjoy this superb collection of performances from the English National Opera. All titles are sung in English. Each opera contains two DVD’s in a single DVD case.Operas Include:Benvenuto CelliniMonty Python legend Terry Gilliam unleashes his inexhaustible imagination on Berl Read More...



Epic Adventure Of A Hedgehog, The
Nature Without Borders (2021) - Best of ShowToday threatened with extinction, this small animal, more than 60 million years old, is undergoing a real rural exodus. Forced to flee its natural habitat because of our intensive farming methods, the hedgehog migrates to the green spaces of cities in search of food. Let's em Read More...



Foodland: Veggie Feasts
Have you always wanted to eat healthy, but have difficulty with the preparation of your daily menu? A well-planned diet is healthy for people of all ages and genders. Simple and healthy recipes from FoodLand will help you attain your goals. A minimum of effort and time, and dinner is served. Be healthy and enjoy life!Parme Read More...



From Watts to Watts: A Portrait of Filmmaker Charles Burnett
CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGECharles Burnett is an eminent figure of the Black independence movement. His dual identity, as African American and independent filmmaker, makes his work rare and valuable, revealing the shortcomings of American society. A subtle and powerful storyteller, he describes the lives and dreams of African Read More...



Genetics: How Traits Are Inherited
Why do you have brown eyes like your dad and not blue eyes like your mom? In this video, we learn how traits are inherited. This is called genetics! Experimenting with pea plants in the late 19th century, Gregor Mendel laid the foundation of modern genetic science. In this video, we learn about Punnett squares and how our genes Read More...



Global English Series: Learn How To Speak English Fluently
Our Global English course is designed to help students speak, read and write English, just like it's their native language. We’ll take you from English language beginner to expert, with our step-by-step interactive lessons and personalized tutor. For native English speakers, our series will help you brush up on your l Read More...



Highlights For Kids Series: Watch & Learn Videos
Highlights has always been an essential part of childhood, inspiring memorable experiences for generations of families. Highlights’ “Fun with a Purpose” philosophy has helped kids grow to become their best selves—curious, creative, caring and confident. Now, your favorite Highlights content is Read More...



Human Body Series, The
The Human Body is a complex biological system that make up a human being. Working together, these systems allow for life, movement, growth, repair, cognitive function and much more.The Human Body: Skeleton and MuscleThey hold us up and help us move our bodies. This video explores our bones and muscles! We look at the Read More...



I'm Fine, Not Really
Athletes have always been under pressure to win...they put aside their personal and mental feelings and “suck it up”, no matter what. Within the past year we saw a major shift and new focus on mental health through the eyes of elite sports figures. This ground-breaking and powerful documentary looks at the unhealthy Read More...



If There Were 100 People On Earth
There are almost eight billion people in the world, and one of them is you! But what if there were only 100 people, what would life on Earth look like? Let’s create a micro-world of our own, populated by only 100 people and find out! How many people would be from Asia? How many from North America? Would everyone in our mic Read More...



Immunology: The Study of Vaccines
According to Oxford Dictionaries a vaccine is a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or several diseases, prepared from the causative agent of a disease treated to act as an antigen without inducing the disease. This program looks at the science behind vaccines- wh Read More...



Impossible Planet
Recommended: Video Librarian, Educational Media Reviews Online Our planet generates an incredible amount of extraordinary phenomenon. A lot of these wonders can be reasonably explained but others baffle even the most experienced scientists.Impossible Planet takes viewers on a journey around the globe to disc Read More...



Insects, Geniuses of Strategy
The prejudice surrounding insects has been a source of many misunderstandings. Research has even shown that insects enriching the earth have decreased by 25% over a period of 40 years. Are insects really deserving of the hate and underestimation by human beings? Insects, Geniuses of Strategy looks at the small world of insects, Read More...



Into The Outdoors Series: Encouraging A Connection To Nature
Nine Time Emmy Award Winner Into the Outdoors aims to create environmental awareness and outdoor lifestyles that empower our next generation to become sustainable stewards of Planet Earth. But it’s not all about science, there's craziness and laughter mixed in, because -- well -- learning should be fun. Ti Read More...



Into The Outdoors: Family Adventures Series
Nine Time Emmy Award Winner Into the Outdoors aims to create environmental awareness and outdoorlifestyles that empower our next generationto become sustainablestewards of Planet Earth. What better way to do that than through exciting family adventures? Titles include: Kids Learn How To Catch Their Firs Read More...



Introduction To Biomes Series, An
Scientists divide the diverse natural geographical regions of the world into biomes. Within each biome you find different climates, plant and animal life. This series introduces students to the diversity of biomes and the changes and challenges affecting their future. DESERTSWhen we think of the desert, perhaps we mostly think o Read More...



Introduction To Religions, An
By studying examples from around the world, we will learn what religion is and the function it serves. We will investigate how religions express and support the cultures they are part of. Through a look at the rituals, religious festivals, holy places and symbols of the five major world religions, Buddhism, Christianity, H Read More...



Kids And The Church Year
What do the candles in an Advent wreath represent? Why is the church covered in purple during Lent? Did you know that Easter is more than just one day? Introduce kids to the seasons of the Church Year with this delightful video presentation. Host Jenna Donovan takes children on an exciting journey through Advent, Christmas, Epip Read More...



Let's Learn About Bridges
Bridges help us get around but how do they work? In this video we’ll look at all types of bridges and check out the difference between a bridge and a viaduct. There are lots of concepts to learn, like support surface, deck, and span. We’ll find out what happens if a bridge isn’t constructed properly, plus we&rs Read More...



Little Gourmet
Using imagination in food preparation is the best way to surprise children. They will be amazed by how regular dishes could be not only nutritious but fun too! Especially when you have a guide named ”Little Gourmet". 100 recipes in all! Read More...



More Children Of The World
From some of the most remote locations in the world, the compelling cinematography of wide-eyed children just being kids will quickly engage students attention. These children, like children everywhere, live their everyday life with the sweet innocence of youth combined with hopeful dreams for the future. Unlike children o Read More...



Mountains & Life Series
Celebrating the most epic landscapes on Earth!Mountains and Life journeys to the rooftop places of our world to meet the people who cherish, honour, and fight for them. From farmers, artists, and rescue teams, to scientists, musicians, and monks, this series reveals the different ways these mountain-dwellers have adapted t Read More...



Pandemics: An Introduction
The word pandemic comes from Greek and means “pertaining to all people”. At the end of 2019, the infectious disease COVID-19 was discovered. It then spread all over the world, which had enormous consequences for millions of people. In this educational clip, we go through what characterizes a pandemic. You will learn Read More...



Picture Books On DVD En Español
Modernstorybooks, adapted to DVD, help capture young children'simaginationand encourage a love of reading.Viewers will learn aboutthe worldaround them with stories that explore other cultures,explain the past,examinedifferent environments and encourage goodsoc Read More...



Picture Books On DVD Series- Volume 6 (New Releases)
Recommended: Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal, Video Librarian Modern storybooks, adapted to DVD, help capture young children's imagination and encourage a love of reading. Viewers will learn about the world around them with stories that explore other cultures, explain the past, examine dif Read More...



Puberty: So That’s What’s Going On!
This program can be customized and edited to meet the objectives of your school / district curriculum. Let us know if you need a link to the full program online. When we grow up, we all look fairly similar. The human body grows and changes during our whole life, but at a certain age a lot of things happen in only a few years. I Read More...



Quick & Healthy Snacks for Kids
Healthy snacks can provide your children with important nutrients, energy to learn and grow, and they can keep kids satisfied and happy in between meals. Research shows, that young children consume 30% of their daily calories from snacks, which means the right kinds of snacks can play an important role in good nutrition. Read More...



Raven Tales Series
American Indian Film Festival: Funny, magical and heartfelt... This animated series introduces native aboriginal folklore in a humorous and entertaining way. The characters tell the stories through the adventures of Raven, one of the most powerful deities of Native American mythology. Each episode focuses on a tale that h Read More...



Real Life 101 Series: Real Jobs. Great Career Choices
Rated high for educational content by the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center Do you know what you want to do for the rest of your life? Have you thought about your dream job? Do you have any idea what it takes to get there? Not sure? Real Life 101 introduces you to real people doing real job Read More...



Revolt! Historic Revolutions
Over the course of civilizations there have been revolutions where ordinary people united to overthrow oppressive regimes. However, there were three revolutions that changed the course of modern history and initiated major changes to the political, social and economic ideologies adopted around the world. The American Revol Read More...



Rich & Poor Countries: About Prosperity And Poverty Around The World
Our world can seem unfair, since opportunities depend on which country a person lives in. Why is that? How can we determine if a country is rich or poor? Let’s learn about concepts like GNP, colonialism and humanitarian aid. Why does poverty exist in certain countries? How can more countries break free from poverty? We&rsq Read More...



River Valley Civilizations
For thousands of years mankind lived as hunters and gatherers. The advent of farming and domestication of animals allowed us to go from a simple nomadic lifestyle to building villages and ultimately the creation of civilizations. We take a close look at Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Indus Valley and China, and learn ho Read More...



Sacred Paths, The
In the four corners of the world, on all the continents, this documentary collection invites you to discover our world's sacred legacies. Everywhere, throughout all epochs and civilizations, human beings have experienced and expressed the sacred, thus questioning the mystery and the enigma of human existence. Compared to oth Read More...



Sand Tales
Sand drawing is an artistic and ritual tradition and practice, recognized by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Through the incredible artistic technique of sand drawing, Sand Tales brings to life these world-famous fairy tales. Each episode is a new story with new adventures of our favorite Read More...



Science of Cooking, The
“The invention of cooking is what led to the rise of humanity" - Professor Richard Wrangham, Biological Anthropology, Harvard UniversityHumankind has been creating countless ways of cooking food as long as we can remember. Cooking is the product of human efforts for obtaining energy from nature. And within those Read More...



Sing & Spell: A Reading And Spelling Series For Young Learners
These animated musical programs teach young children the basics of phonics and word and letter identification, using original songs and lessons for lively learning. The series features the first 29 high frequency words presented in the Open Court/Imagine It language arts kindergarten program. This edutainment media content for y Read More...



Surprising World of Rabbits, The
Is there a more inoffensive creature than the rabbit? At first sight, anyway... And yet this herbivorous animal, an easy prey for all manner of predators, has developed a range of astonishing faculties to survive. Sight, hearing, speed, language, reproduction, cooperation... abilities honed and perfected over the centuries in or Read More...



Taxonomy: The Classification Of Living Things
There are many species of animals, plants and fungi in the world. But where do these classifications come from? That’s what we’re going to learn in this video! We’ll learn the background of modern taxonomy and how Carl Linnaeus influenced it. We go through terms like species, genus, pathogens and cryptogams. We Read More...



Technological Solutions: Simple Machines
Have you ever used a screw? Pulled something up a ramp? Or used a bottle opener? In physics and technology, we call these “simple machines.” But what are they, and how do they work? In this video we go through the six simple machines: The lever, the inclined plane, the wedge, the screw, the wheel and the pulley. We l Read More...



Tobacco Inc.: The Industry of Lies
"Nicotine isn’t addictive". These words are the ones that the tobacco industry’s seven most important leaders pronounced in front of the United States Congress. It was April 4th, 1994. Four years later, they had to pay a $200 billion fine and to make their archives public. Deep inside these millions of page Read More...



Transgender: Am I A Boy Or A Girl Or...
These stories are designed to record, share andcelebrate the personal journeys of a transgender woman,a transgender man and a transgender non-binary individual.Each has fought to cast off the genderassigned to them at birth and embrace their true selves. It takes courage and support. There are strug Read More...



Travel Thru History Series
Travel Thru History is a unique, Emmy nominated travel series that explores diverse cities and historical sites around the world while experiencing the cultural, archaeological and architectural features of these unique locations. Titles include: Albany & Saratoga Springs, New York We’ll take the Albany capital Read More...



Walls Of The World: Security, Division & Unity
Recommended: Video Librarian, Educational Media Reviews Online Narrated by the 2018 Emmy® Award-winning actor Matthew Rhys, this compelling series explores six of the world’s most iconic walls and borders. From the crumbling ruins of ancient walls to brick barriers that are currently under constructi Read More...



War & Peace
War is the subject of this program: what war is, and the rules that govern war. We’ll be looking into aspects such as the role of the UN in conflicts and the consequences of war. And explore concepts like interstate wars, genocide, ceasefires, and sanctions. So, what does the UN Security Council do? What is International H Read More...



Where Do Babies Come From?
Where does a baby come from? How did it get into its mothers belly? How can it eat in there and how does it get out of the belly? We learn that everything starts with an egg and a sperm, and that we have all eaten through the navel. This program contains anatomically correct graphics intended for young children. Adult su Read More...



Women of The Third Reich, The
German women have long been perceived as passive witnesses to the crimes of the Nazi regime. Yet the ideologists of the Third Reich used these women as an essential part of their system. This documentary will shatter the conventional image of these women. Loyal, indoctrinated, ambitious and fanatic, they were an integral part of Read More...



World Population, The
The world population; where we live, how we live and what we think the future will look like. Take a look at demographic trends and why they look the way they do. What do we mean by concepts like population pyramid, population growth, urbanization and migration? We will find out! Read More...



World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys, The
Rolling past snow-capped peaks, fairy-tale castles, and breathtaking natural wonders, The World’s Most Scenic Railway Journeys is an unforgettable ride through some of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth. From New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and the sweeping Scottish Highlands, to a Mexican odyssey, an Arctic expedition, and Read More...



World’s Tiniest Masterpieces: The Wonderful World Of Willard Wigan
Highly Recommended: Video Librarian, Educatioinal Media Reviews Online Willard Wigan makes art so small it could fit in the eye of a needle. His entire collection–valued in the millions–could fit on a coin. He once inhaled three weeks of work when he breathed in at the wrong time. For Willard, the desire to go Read More...



WWII’s Great Escapes: The Freedom Trails
Recommended: Video Librarian WWII’s Great Escapes follows explorer and former Royal Marine Monty Halls on the path of the Freedom Trails. Tens of thousands of men and women staked their lives following these little-known routes through unknown, enemy territory and out of Nazi occupied Europe. The Freedom Trails led t Read More...



Yan Pei-Ming: Face to Face
Before going to France to study at the school of Fine Arts, Ming was a painter for Maoist propaganda. His large scale paintings and unique style has made Ming a major figure in the contemporary art world. A classical and academic painter, Ming has revisited many different styles, drawing inspiration from the great masters. After Read More...