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The More Things Change? (2001) Episode 18- George Shrinks Cartoon Episode Guide The More Things Change?

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  • Nelvana Limited, Jade Animation Company
  • Animated Characters: George Bernard Shrinks, Harold Shrinks, Perdita Shrinks, Junior Shrinks, Becky Lopez, Aunt Eunice, Steve Levy.
  • First Aired in 2001.
  • Episode Number: 18
  • Running Time: 20 minutes.
  • Color
  • Canada  Canada

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In this episode, the viewer learns that friendship is truly something to treasure.

Part of a three-hour, Saturday block on PBS called The PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch, consisting of seven different segments, each based on a popular children's book series. Each segment features an engaging variety of entertaining animation and live action, built around various curricula of knowledge, learning and values. Children's books in the reading series include Corduroy, Elliot Moose, Timothy Goes to School, Seven Little Monsters, George Shrinks and Marvin the Tap Dancing Horse.


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