Description

Chirp, Tweet and Squawk are three best friends who use their imaginations and everyday objects to get them into—and out of—fantastically fun adventures and hilariously sticky predicaments. Based on the best-selling and well-loved children's magazine Chirp, the CBC Kids' series celebrates play, imagination and the power of invention.

Volume 2 includes two full-length Chirp episodes—Astro-Birds! and Waddle of the Penguins!—with adventures in space and chilly Antarctic hijinks. And of course, there's something extra. Each episode flows seamlessly into five fun games that stem directly from Chirp, Tweet, Squawk and the Vole Brothers' adventures.

Features

  • Two full-length episodes: Astro Birds! and Waddle of the Penguins!
  • 10 fun and engaging activities geared to preschool children (3+) including puzzles, mazes, games and more
  • Characters from CBC Kids' series, Chirp
  • Colourful and playful 3-D world
  • Three difficulty levels, ensuring games and activities are appropriate for various ages

Made for ages 5 and under.

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