Hank Zipzer is a 12-year-old boy in London who suffers from dyslexia. Hank's life is full of misadventures due to his dyslexia and he is joined by his friends Franky and Ashley and his arch nemesis, Nick McKelty. "Hank Zipzer," is based off the children's book series of the same name written by Henry Winkler who also stars as Hank's music teacher, Mr. Rock. The series is based on Winkler's own battle with dyslexia.
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Hank is thrown into panic mode when Ms. Adolf decides to use him as her pet project to prove that she is the best candidate to be the new head teacher.
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Hank decides to show Stan and Rosa just how capable he is by being the first person ever to make it through Ms. Adolf's weekend survival camp; Papa Pete tries to make it through a single day of Emily helping out at the deli.
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It's Friday afternoon and tomorrow, Hank will be in charge of the coolest stall at the school fair, so this weekend is going to be amazing; Emily's room is redecorated.
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Hank's school photo is always terrible; this year, he's making sure his photo is picture perfect, until McKelty ruins it with a fizzy drink; Hank must get clean and tidy and back in front of the camera before the photographer leaves.
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Hank meets a cool girl, Zoe, and falls head over heels in love.
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When Hank wants the greatest birthday party of all time, Stan and Rosa have other ideas; Hank throws a secret party of his own in the den.
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Hank can't believe his luck when he is chosen to host the Japanese exchange student.
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It's the last week of term and the school is taking part in a fun activities week.
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Stan comes up with some alternative therapies to try to help Hank with his learning difficulties.
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Hank works in the deli to earn a new pair of the latest cool sneakers.
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Hank is distraught when he gets a terrible school report and tries to hide it.
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With Emily in hospital having her tonsils out and a history project due, Hank decides that the best possible course of action is to take Katherine - Emily's lizard and best friend - into school.
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Hank thinks new boy Ben is totally cool and is amazed to discover that the feeling is mutual.
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Rosa decides that Stan and Hank need to bond so she signs them up for the school debate competition.
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Nick oversteps the mark when he picks on Hank's little sister Emily.
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Hank accidentally breaks his and Frankie's latest science project.
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Hank gets the lead role in the school play.
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A seat on Westbrook's school council becomes available; Hank uses charm, personality and Rosa's pastries to try to stop it from going to McKelty.
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Hank has to try out for the softball team for the school's annual sport and quiz competition.
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Ms. Adolf gives the pupils an assignment to write an essay about their summer holidays.
Rosa has the option to move the whole family to New York and open a new branch of the deli, but she doesn't want to move Hank if he's settled and doing well at school.
Kate is a young girl with a wild imagination. It's that imagination that attracts a bunny named Mim-Mim, who becomes a larger-than-life playmate for Kate as they travel to the fantasy world of Mimiloo. Kate goes there whenever she has a problem at home that she needs to solve. In Mimiloo, Kate can be whatever she wants, from a princess to a pirate. Other residents of Mimiloo include gardener Gobble, inventor Tack and mischievous Boomer. When each adventure ends, Kate has solved her problem and is anxious to get home to tell her parents about it.
Sarah is a 7-year-old girl with big eyes and a green hat. She lives with her best friend, a quacky, slightly manic fowl appropriately named Duck. Each episode features the pair setting out on simple but exciting adventures as they explore the world in their own imaginative way. The animated series focuses on the experiences of childhood as seen through Sarah's eyes as she learns new things every day. The show's objectives are to help kids learn about friendship, imagination and problem solving.
Shaun the Sheep thinks and acts like a person in a barnyard, which usually gets him into trouble. The farmer's sheepdog, Bitzer, tries to keep Shaun and his friends out of trouble. The farmer is oblivious to the humanlike features of his flock, who are like one big, happy family.
Boj, a rare marsupial from the Australian Outback, has moved to Giggly Park, where he lives in an underground burrow with his musical parents, Mimi and Pops. There's always something new for young Boj to discover or a problem for him to solve in his new neighborhood. He uses unique, upside-down and topsy-turvy methods to solve them. Part of Boj's skills involve the ability to fix anything that needs it. He is also able to cheer anyone up through silly games, giggly fun, and hugs.