Kino's Storytime

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Storytime
Format Children's television series
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Production
Running time 30 minutes per episode
Broadcast
Original channel PBS
Original run May 2, 1994 – September 1, 1997

Kino's Storytime, also known as Storytime, is a children's reading television series aired on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Public television from May 2, 1994 to September 1, 1997. The series was produced by KCET in Los Angeles, California. Kino's Storytime was available on VHS from Strand Home Video. Kino's puppeteer was Mark Ritts. [1] [2] [3] [4]

VHS releases[edit]

# Title US Release Date
1 Volume 1 September 14, 1994
2 Volume 2 September 14, 1994
3 Volume 3 September 14, 1994
4 Volume 4 1995
5 Volume 5 1995
6 Volume 6 1995
7 Volume 7 1995
8 Volume 8 1996
9 Volume 9 1996
10 Volume 10 1996

Episode list[edit]

01. Owl Babies (5/2/1994)

02. Two of Everything (5/3/1994)

03. A Mother for Choco (5/4/1994)

04. Winnie the Witch (5/5/1994)

05. The Last Time I Saw Harris (5/6/1994)

06. Eddie and Teddy (5/9/1994)

07. One of Three (5/10/1994)

08. Anna and the Little Dragon (5/11/1994)

09. The Little Polar Bear (5/12/1994)

10. Rose Meets Mr. Wintergarten (5/13/1994)

11. My Little Red Car (5/16/1994)

12. Three Wishes (5/17/1994)

13. The Magic House (5/18/1994)

14. Monster Mama (5/19/1994)

15. The Relatives Came (5/20/1994)

16. Five Bad Boys (5/23/1994)

17. Billy Que and the Dust Dobbin (5/24/1994)

18. Mama, Do You Love Me? (5/25/1994)

19. The Old Ladies Who Likes Cats (5/26/1994)

20. Alistair's Elephant (5/27/1994)

21. Ira Sleeps Over (5/30/1994)

22. Thanksgiving Is for Sharing (11/28/1996)

23. Kristy's Pet (1/1/1997)

24. Ira's Show (9/1/1997)

Funding[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Storytime(1994–1997)". imdb.com. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "Storytime". tv.com. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Kino's Storytime Vol.1 [VHS]". amazon.com. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  4. ^ HEFFLEY, LYNNE. "TV REVIEWS : A Comfy, Cozy 'Storytime'". articles.latimes.com. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 

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