Jakers! - Piggley Gets Into Trouble
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At very beginning, I bought a ready-to-read book (level-1) of this serious accidentally: "Piggly makes the pie", which episode is including in the DVD. Although she was just several months over one years old and hardly could understand most of words ( we talked to her in Chinese most of the time ), it soon became her favorite book. The book is very good. It has little picture icons to help the little kids in reading, e.g.: apple, window , goat, etc. all shown by both words and pictures in the line. So, I thought it would be more helpful to get the DVD. After all, she just loves the whole serious.
PBS also has a "Jakers" stories website for little kids. There are 4 stories, reading by grandpa "Piggley". Now it has been our bed-time stories club every night. If you like, you can go and try it first.
Now we read the book, watch the DVDs and go the PBS.com to meet our grandpa Piggley every day!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as another addition to my sons collection and found that both he and I love to watch Piggley and his friends together. I would recommend this series to anyone who asks.Published 20 months ago by Jackie
Makers the Adventures of Pigley Winks is an adorable cartoon that follows 3 friends in rural Ireland. The stories are retold by Pigley to his grandchildren. Read morePublished on August 4, 2013 by happyshopper
WE NEED MORE OF THIS TYPE OF ETHICAL ENTERTAINTMENT FOR YOUNGSTERS BUT WHY SO EXPENSIVE. EVEN COMPARED WITH ALTERNATIVE ANIMATION DVDs FOR KIDS STILL A HIGH COST FOR SUCH A SHORT... Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by norm
My grandchildren and I always enjoy Jackers. Piggly tries to teach life lessons to his two grandsons, Shamus and Jamey, using stories from his own childhood. Read morePublished on January 3, 2011 by E A T B
These are really fun stories that teach life lessons. I wish every child had an opportunity to watch them. They would be even be good for adults to watch with their children. Read morePublished on August 16, 2008 by Ginny Strobl