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Leo, Annie, Quincy and June are the Little Einsteins. This preschool series is full of adventures that introduce kids to nature, world cultures and the arts. Each episode has a mission and journey of discovery that incorporates a celebrated piece of classical music and a renowned work of art or world culture. The Little Einsteins use their passion and talents to work together and solve challenges.

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The Little Einsteins visit the Grand Prix in Monaco.
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The Little Einsteins help a hermit crab rescue a friend.
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A machine comes to life and starts making everything for a birthday party.
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The Little Einsteins make it their mission to rescue a baby cello.
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The team returns to the Musical Tree of Many Colors to visit their friend Butterfly.
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Annie befriends a little caterpillar in a Van Gogh painting.
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The team tries to get three puppets back to the theatre in Prague in time for their big puppet princess show.
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Quincy finds four magical instruments and the other Little Einsteins get marooned on the Arabian Sea.
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Mr. Penguin needs Rocket's help to get his broken ice-cream truck over the Andes.
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The team learns about Rocket's different musical speeds.
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The team discovers an ivory-billed woodpecker in the woods of Arkansas.
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Annie and Leo enter the fairy tale "Hansel and Gretel."
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Rocket helps three small bugs get their house back from New Zealand, where the Big Bad Wolf blew it.
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The Instrument Fairies find themselves trapped inside a dark cave; the tiny Violin Fairy is able to escape, and she asks Quincy for help.
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When Big Jet rips up Annie's music, the Little Einsteins must find the pieces before her performance.
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June's dance students, four cute blue-footed booby birds, have a dance recital, but when they get on the bird boat to go to the show, the baby booby bird falls off.
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Rocket's Grandma has a bad cold. So Rocket and the team decide to bring her some Rocket Soup. But when they arrive they're startled to see that she doesn't look like herself.
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The Little Einsteins attend the Glass Slipper Ball at the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria.
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Leo and his friends discover a little pet that makes music. They decide to name her 'Melody'. She was all ready to board the pet train but she misplaced her ticket. The gang helps her find it.
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While in Barcelona looking for castles, the team meets a king whose treasure has been stolen by a dragon and help him find it.
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Quincy and the team happen on a baby Piccolo-Dactyl hatching from an egg.

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