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The popular New Orleans band introduces preschoolers to high-energy rock music while emphasizing creative problem-solving skills.

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A famous treasure hunter needs help finding his father's treasure.
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The gang plans a Father's Day barbecue.
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Rich has trouble getting to sleep.
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A trombone player has trouble playing and marching at the same time.
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