A couple of kids befriend a clan of talking animals with the wiser ones being a hawk and a buffalo. When a issue arises, they often turn to a book full of stories (including mythical, fictional, and real) and correct the problem. Covers a lot of virtues depending on the circumstance with wonderful animation and narrations. Sometimes they tell different versions of a known tale. On of the better educational shows out there and it deserves to be a classic.
William Bennett was drug czar of the United States, having been appointed by the president, when he decided to write an inspirational book for children. It would serve as a guide for life and instill good morality in them, in a world where many parents feared for their children's safety.
I don't know if it succeeded in anyone else's life, because it certainly didn't do much for William himself.
Bennett turned out to have a serious habit smoking cigars. Furthermore, he had a nasty gambling addiction, so much so that the staff at the casinos knew him well-- and knew he'd keep throwing away more and more money, to the tune of seven or eight figures. One casino owner referred to Bennett thusly: "We have a term for people like that in the industry: *losers*."
The only way this simplistic and sappy, cliched show could be a virtue to you would be if you did not watch it.
This show rocks! I love it. Its been on for so long and I can see why! It may be offending to some people but it gives me a gooa laugh! This show, with the success it has may even reach season 20, you never know.
This show rocks! I love it. Its been on for so long and I can see why! It may be offending to some people but it gives me a gooa laugh! This show, with the success it has may even reach season 20, you never know. Watch it, its worth your time, I promise! :)
The Advebtures from the Book of Virtures involve two kids getting adice from a bufflo, a hawk, a praiedog, and a bobcat with long names from Greek. They tell stories to the kids from Greece, Rome, France, and FarilyTales well known. Like the Helen Keller story, The Kid who Cried Wolf, and a story about the "Moses" of her people, Harriet Tubman.
I like this show alot cause it gives me everything i want to see its very good and something i like to watch this show has good and bad point about it but its ultimatly good entertainment for me and my friends and family it i think its a good show with informative and insightful situations that people can relate to in there own way , This is a show that i caould watch without flipping the station to find what else is on , i recommend anyone to atleast watch it once to see if they like it like i do
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