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No ducking the fun PBS Distribution offers with two new DVDs

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You can never duck the wonder of PBS Distribution. So many great DVDS. Sometimes just for the wee ones.
First up: Lovable characters, charming plot lines, humor and science all come together in the fun and engaging program PEEP and the Big Wide World. The newest DVD in the PEEP collection, Diva Duck, features eight adventures in which the hilariously quirky Quack takes center stage! In Magic Duck Dancing, Quack thinks his snazzy new Duck Dance has magical power. He thoughtfully decides to teach it to all his friends–for a small fee, of course! In The Many Moons of Quack the Duck, Quack insists that there are many moons in the sky–the day moon, the night moon, the orange moon, and the striped moon–despite all evidence to the contrary. Among his other adventures, Quack gets into a singing duel, turns into a duck-fish, and finds a way to boss his friends around–without ever opening his mouth!

PBS Distribution is also bugging out with the release of two episodes of PBS Kids’ popular Wild Kratts series on the new DVD Bugging Out. Join brothers and wildlife explorers Martin and Chris Kratt as they explore nature, meet up with cool creatures from around the world, and witness never-before-seen wildlife moments. The two episodes featured on this DVD–Secrets of the Spider’s Web and Attack of the Tree Eating Aliens–are filled with humor, excitement, and science.
Wild Kratts transforms Martin and Chris Kratt into animated versions of themselves, allowing the real-life zoologists to visit wild animals in their little-seen habitats and to showcase key science concepts along the way. Geared toward kids ages 6 to 8, each episode of Wild Kratts presents age-appropriate science inspired by the natural abilities of the animals that the Kratt brothers–and young viewers–meet. The series premiered on PBS Kids in January 2011 and is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to STEM–science, technology, engineering and math–education for kids.

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