The award-winning Wheels on the Bus series is a collection of children’s videos, DVDs and music CDs, which teach early socialization skills such as helping, sharing, taking turns and getting along. These musical adventures, based on the classic children’s song, “The Wheels on the Bus,” delight and entertain young children. Dr. Dorothy Singer, from Yale University’s Family Television Research Center, ensures the content is appropriate for young children and that the series conveys important life skills in an intelligent and fun way. The Who’s Roger Daltrey is the voice of Argon the Bus Driver, and Laura Hall, of Whose Line is it Anway, is the musical composer. Each DVD contains verses of the world-famous song, The Wheels on the Bus, as well as original music that babies and toddlers love. The movies are educational and highly entertaining for toddlers and preschool kids, ages two to five years. The series, with characters Mango, Papaya and Argon, has won multiple awards, including the Parent’s Choice Silver Honor award, The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval, the Dove Foundation Recommendation, Creative Child Magazine Award and many more. If your kids love music, songs, sing-a-longs, and dancing, they are sure to love The Wheels on the Bus.