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A playdate with Blue a playtime musical adventure.
Publication Information:
Los Angeles : Kid Rhino, [2000]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc (31 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
This is an enhanced CD, and it contains computer game demos in addition to the audio portion.
Hi there/I'm so happy you are here -- Truly a friend -- Blue's clues theme -- We are listening for Blue's clues -- Say what I say -- Truly a friend (reprise) -- Mailtime -- Why are we such good friends? -- Truly a friend (reprise) -- We just figured out Blue's clues -- The buddy boogie -- Truly a friend (reprise) -- So long song.
Added Uniform Title:
Blue's clues (Television program)
Format :
Music CD


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CR 97 Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual
CR 97 Juvenile Compact Disc Audio Visual

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Magenta's coming over! Blue and Magenta play a game of Blue's Clues to tell Steve what they want to do on their playdate. Preschoolers learn about friendship[p in a Blue's Clues musical way

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School Library Journal Review

PreS-K-Steve and his computer-animated friend, Blue the puppy, are at it again and this time in a special Blue's Clues episode created in audio format. Blue is joined by many of his friends from the popular Nickelodeon seriesÄMagenta, Pail, Shovel, and Tickety-Tock. The format is similar to a TV episode, and children will catch on quickly, even those unfamiliar with the program. Steve narrates and guides the play date. While listening for the three clues, children will learn about the value of friendship. Those familiar with the program will particularly enjoy singing along to well-known songs from the TV show, such as the "Blue's Clues Theme," "Mailtime," "We Just Figured Out Blue's Clues," and the "So Long Song." Children will be enthralled by the music and plot, while Steve guides them through the adventure. Listeners are encouraged to participate in songs, such as the playful, rhyming "Say What I Say." Children will also learn about the value of differences when Mailbox and Salt Shaker perform the duet "Why Are We Such Good Friends?" There are many fun songs that kids will want to sing and move to. This is certain to delight Blue's Clues fans. A must have for public and school libraries with circulating audio collections.-Maren Ostergard, Bellevue Regional Library, King County Library System, WA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.