Baby Einstein: On the Go Trailer

Baby Einstein: On the Go Trailer (2005)

25 October 2005 Family 40 mins

In this video designed to introduce babies and toddlers to the concept of transportation, youngsters are presented with such vehicles as cars, trains, boats, planes and more. By combining real-life images of various vehicles with fun puppet shows and the classical music of Rossini, Mozart, Beethoven, and Haydn, curious youngsters are encouraged to explore the world.

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Baby Einstein Bon voyage Trailer

Baby Einstein: On The Go - Riding, Sailing and Soaring Trailer

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