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Spirit Bear / Once in a Blue Moon (2009)

Ed Begley Jr. , Graham Greene , Stefan Scaini , Philip Spink  |  Unrated |  DVD

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Simon Jackson is an awkward 15-year-old who lives on a planet light years away from the "in" crowd - until a life changing moment. Attacked in the British Columbia wilderness, Simon is rescued by a rare white Kermode bear. When he learns these magnificent creatures are endangered, that only 400 are in existence in a small area of northern BC, Simon turns from shy, stuttering daydreamer to political activist. Mustering his courage, he takes on the powerful forest industry and the provincial government, eventually rallying everyone from Prince William to the Backstreet Boys. Simon ultimately secures the protection of 2500 square miles of Princess Royal Island - one of the largest land protection battles ever won - and is named one of Time Magazine's "Heroes for the Planet."
"A Gold NAAPA Winner. A program sponsored by United Parenting Publications, Inc. and promoted in association with parenting publishers across the United States."

The year is 1967. Rocketships fuel the imaginations of all kids, including nine year-old Peter Piper - a boy who knows much more about the world now than he will when he grows up. Forced to wear girls' hand-me-downs and bullied by the neighbourhood boys, Peter inhabits a more humane world of monsters, vampires and Martians - a world where young boys can rocket to the moon.
In need of a foster family, ten year-old Native Sam comes to stay with the Pipers. Kindred spirits by nature, friends out of need, Peter and Sam set out to silence the taunts of their tormentors. They will build a rocket and make it fly.
Transporting us into the secret world of imagination, is a children's story that adults will adore.

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