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Sprout is adding the new, animated preschool series Poppy Cat on Monday, Nov. ET during the season premiere of Sprout 's signature p. The U. Based on award-winning books by British illustrator and author Lara Jones, Poppy Cat is an adorable and curious feline who loves to explore with her colorful mix of animal friends -- and makes their adventures extraordinary. First published in in the U. Each adventure is told from the point of view of Lara, a young girl with a vivid imagination and exceptional storytelling ability who talks to her faithful cat, Poppy. They travel to destinations full of fantasy and magic for fun-filled adventures in pirate ships, hot air balloons and rocket rides.
It is truly a privilege. Being a mom of 2 littles, I know how special and intimate that nighttime snuggle is. Fortunately, this is NOT a good-bye! This is seriously a dream come true for me, and hopefully for you as well! Aww man, I knew this was going to happen sooner or later. Sometimes the only thing you can count on is change…. So very happy the GNS will be on demand.
The Good Night Show was an American television programming block on Sprout which The first segment involves a different form of constellations as Nina and Star look at the After that, either Sprout friends sleeping to the iconic Pajanimals song “La-La-Lullaby”, or the repeated Aquafresh commercial would be seen.
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It's time to say good night to Hush the fish. Watch more Back in , my dad Watch more Good Night Show videos Originally uploaded by Rare Noggin Stuff, pbskidssprout Sprouttv. Join Nina from the Good Night Show as she leads sproutlets in a relaxing yoga stretch.
Programming started at pm ET each evening. Activities and games generally revolved around a theme, and took place between theme-appropriate cartoon episodes. These themes included issues of interest to preschool children and their parents, such as imaginary friends , teddy bears , shadows , opposites , dreams , or babysitters. The first segment involves a different form of constellations as Nina and Star look at the sky with their telescope, and will either have nighttime birthday remainders from The Sunny Side Up Show. The next segment features an animated game titled Lucy, Light the Way! The crafts were removed in , and were replaced by the Sandy Story segment, where Nina would tell a story and draw the pictures in sand. The next segment involves Nina and Star to spin a moonbeam wheel, and translate a word in Spanish.