Pajanimals: Good Night, Pajanimals! Trailer

Pajanimals: Good Night, Pajanimals! Trailer (2009)

"The Pajanimals are ready for you to get ready for beddy-bye, too!" 01 December 2009 Family 90 mins

From the Jim Henson Company! Pajanimals features the musical adventures of four young and lovable animals preparing for bed. The original songs are designed to help comfort preschool viewers with bedtime themes and transitional issues such as separating from Mom at the end of the day, healthy routines, sleeping through the night, and being comfortable with the lights out. Includes expert advice from the co-authors of The Sleepeasy Solution.

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United States 01 December 2009

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