Super Why! (2014) (PBS) Each episode of this animated TV series, is set in Storybrook Village, a magical 3-D world hidden behind the bookshelves in a children's library… Animation Kids and Family
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Super Why! (2014)

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Super Why!

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The gang reads a classic children’s story in order to relate the tale to the real-life problem at hand, and make books out to be a superhero’s best friends. A.W.

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Super Why!

The gang reads a classic children’s story in order to relate the tale to the real-life problem at hand, and make books out to be a superhero’s best friends.

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(PBS) Each episode of this animated TV series, is set in Storybrook Village, a magical 3-D world hidden behind the bookshelves in a children's library where four characters anchor each episode: Red, from Little Red Riding Hood; Pig from The Three Little Pigs, Princess from The Princess and The Pea, and Whyatt, the curious younger brother of Jack from Jack and The Beanstalk who discovers he has the power to fly inside books to find answers to his questions. Each of these characters gains super educational powers: Alpha Pig with ''Alphabet Power,'' Wonder Red with ''Word Power,'' Princess Presto with ''Spelling Power,'' Super Why with the ''Power to Read,'' and your child-Super You, with the ''Power to Help.''

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Originally posted Jul 26, 2012