Jenny Grey a horse loving country girl leaves her widowed father to move to the city after her father's frustrations towards Jenny and her desires to ride horses, after her mother had died from a horse-riding accident. Jenny finds work at a country race track and becomes obsessed with a troublesome horse called "Blue Fire Lady". "Blue Fire Lady" shows promise in Jenny's hands, but around everyone else misbehaves and shows no discipline. When "Blue Fire Lady" is put up for auction it is up to Jenny to either buy her or prove her.
A story about summer days from the life of Hungarian children.
Directed by Abdella Zarok.
Emma wants to paint an award-winning painting for the "Art In The Park Show," but she is just isn't satisfied with her artwork. Barney takes her to France to learn how to paint from his friend Pierre. While there, they learn about France and how to "paint by following your heart."
Layla and her friends celebrate her birthday in the park with foods that aren't traditionally American. In fact they are Middle Eastern, and Layla doesn't want her friends to think they are weird. With a little help from Barney reading the story of Aladdin & The Magic Lamp, Layla is transported to a Middle Eastern marketplace where she learns that everyone is special.
Barney comes up with the idea to have a sports day in the park. All day, they play games like soccer and hopscotch among others, all for fun. Meanwhile, Baby Bop meets a girl with special needs named Jill, as well as her mom. As Baby Bop gets to know Jill more, she encourages her to play hopscotch with the others. In the end, Baby Bop and Jill win the trophy for hopscotch and she and her mother leave.
A mother is taken to a hospital and the town council wants to split up her children and put them in foster homes, but the children have a diffrent plan. They set out on a epic journey down thru Sweden, from Lappland down to Stockholm in search of their father. They encounter many people on their journey and make new friends while trying too elude the police.
Vannu Kandu Keezhadakki is the story of Padmavathy Amma (Lakshmi) who is the doyen of her family and society. Her view of the world is disliked by all, nevertheless questioned by none due to the tyrant that she can turn out to be. Her husband, Mangalath Viswanatha Menon, a retired business tycoon, portrayed by MG Soman, her 4 sons - Lalu Alex,Maniyanpilla Raju, Shankar and Baiju - find it ostensibly difficult to communicate how they feel. Her second son gets married to Sreedevi (Rajalakshmi) and that brings home her sister, Nadiya Moithu , who is a loud spoiled brat who uses utmost irreverence to deal with growing up to be an adult.
Three children rejuvenate an old traction engine and enter it for the County Championship.
Sixth-grade pupil Katka daydreams during a math class about being Snow White and being freed by a prince who looks very much like Dzery from the eighth grade. Katka, her girl friends Lenka and Martina, and her fellow-pupils Franta, Joska and freckled Vrabcák, have spent five years going to the same little one-class school in their home mountain village of Pastvina. Their kind teacher Smetácek was very understanding about their games and fantasies, but he didn't teach them much about arithmetic. They are now laughed at for their ignorance by the strict Bidlo, their new teacher at the near-by little town. As he does every year, Smetácek is preparing a theatre performance with the local children. Katka suggests the fairytale about Snow White
This is a last day before starting a first grade so seven year old Tyoma has a lot of important things to do.
A young boy Andrius learns a magic words which open a door to another world.
A group of children is trying to solve a mystery related to the diamonds smuggling.
A foreign transfer student from the city arrives one day in a Japanese country town. Enchanted by his air of mystery, his classmates nickname him "Matasaburou the Wind Imp" after a local legend. Eventually they become friends and spend many days playing in the countryside. One windy day, Matasaburou returns to the city, leaving his classmates to speculate that he really was Matasaburou the Wind Imp and that he flew away on the wind.
Filmed version of Irving A. Leitner and Bernice Myers' children's book.
A tale that shows the bonding between Brother and younger sister and the events happen in the siblings lives.