"Facing Fears Through Music"01 January 200645 mins
Help your little ones overcome their fears and concerns through music. Way to Go, Juno follows Juno and her friends as they cope with common childhood fears. From dread of that first haircut to fear of the dark, Juno and the gangs' worries are as varied as their personalities. The lovable puppets learn that through true-blue friendships and support for one another, they can overcome anything! Here, joyful original songs and classical music performed by live orchestral musicians are combined with educational content, language development tools, and light-hearted entertainment. So, breathe deep and get set to lose your reasons for fret. And, parents don't be afraid to join in the fun!
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