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I checked this out from the library, and I was hesitant because my son isn't really old enough for me to read the stories to and I was afraid these would spoil them.
I needn't have worried, the program has no discernible relationship to the books other than the titles.
The show itself, I suppose wouldn't be that bad, if it didn't call itself "Mrs Piggle-Wiggle", although the pacing, even for a children's program seems terribly slow (and I usually enjoy children's programing). Even my son shut the television off, and he's two (and will watch TV every chance he gets!)! I'm glad I didn't pay any money for it!
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