Baby Einstein: Numbers Nursery Trailer

Baby Einstein: Numbers Nursery Trailer (2003)

25 November 2003 Family 30 mins

Created by mother and teacher Julie Aigner-Clark, NUMBERS NURSERY is a continuation of her popular BABY EINSTEIN series and operates using the same premise: that great classical ... Full Descriptionmusic has positive effects on people of all ages, especially babies. In NUMBERS NURSERY, brain stimulating classical music helps introduce the numbers 1 through 5 in a way that encourages the toddler

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Baby Einstein Les Chiffres Pour Les Poupons Trailer

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Denmark 02 May 2006

United States 25 November 2003

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