Children's program featuring a woman living with her cat and three dogs. Stories depict simple moral lessons, celebrations and everyday life, and are accompanied by games and songs.
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Courtney Campbell ...
 Herself 1 episode
Frank Meschkuleit ...
 Mr. D / ... 1 episode
Trish Leeper ...
Lee Armstrong ...
 Tiny Tina 1 episode
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Children's program featuring a woman living with her cat and three dogs. Stories depict simple moral lessons, celebrations and everyday life, and are accompanied by games and songs.

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kiddies love the "Mustard Pancakes"
12 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

Courtney Campbell's DVD and CD both rock for my kids! Reminiscent of Mr. Rogers, the show has a family of animal puppets that interact with Courtney while they discuss cleanliness, fun, and being special. My kids have really taken to the show. The music and the layout is actually entertaining and keeps them (and me, for that matter) engaged in what's going on. For once, something the kids and I can agree that should go in the DVD. One of my favorite episodes is where the animals cook for Courtney and she goes into story time about her childhood. The show prompts the wheels in the heads of my kids to start turning. They started asking me about what I did as a kid and how my life compared to that of Courtney. Every time they watch a new episode they walk around repeating what was said and done in the episode. With the show's content, I don't mind them repeating anything at all. In fact, I've noticed them become a little more considerate toward each other and their schoolmates. I'm happy to have such a show influence my kids.


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