At first Annie balks at sharing her time, but then she learns the value of giving up something in the present to achieve a greater future goal. In this episode Zach and Annie learn a life lesson in friendship from their friends Plato, Aurora, Aristotle, and Socrates. But then when Zach ignores what he said and touches it, he accidentally breaks it. But when he's asked to clean up the auditorium, Zach backs out, prompting stories from Aurora and Plato about what it means to be trustworthy. However, the first episode focuses on Sock. The leader Plato's being a buffalo is also a reference to Bennett's nickname Buffalo Bill.
In each episode of the series, one of them commits an act contrary to that day's chosen virtue loyalty, compassion, courage, moderation, honesty, etc. Follows the adventures of eleven-year-old Zach Nichols and ten-year-old Annie Redfeather as they suffer pain from issues involving other children. These lessons are told in the form of animated segments based on stories from a variety of sources including Bible stories, fairy tales, fables, mythology, and folk stories from different cultures. They seek counsel of one of their animal friends. Finally, in season three, the animation quality is a little less smooth than the first two seasons and also added black outlines on the characters, even though the backgrounds are lighter again and the character designs are completely unchanged. Boz, The Green Bear Next Door: Thank You God for Adventures In Imagination A lesson on safe viewing. Then Annie holds out another bag of sandwiches and Zach turns pleased again.
To solve these problems, they seek council from a group of anthropomorphic animals whose names come from the Greek - Plato, an old and scholarly bison; Aurora, a wise red-tailed hawk; Socrates, a rambunctious and wisecracking bobcat; and Aristotle, a feisty and bookish prairie dog. These four, whose existence seems a secret from the majority of humans in the town of Spring Valley, advise Annie and Zack patiently and often. Robin Hood And Little John: The Story Of Friendship When Zach feels threatened by a new athlete on his track team, a potential friendship is thwarted. It is dedicated to teaching Christian life lessons to kids, such as of courage, faith, honesty, loyalty, compassion, gratitude, responsibility, perseverance, self-discipline, and friendship. This startles Sock, who as Annie catches the binoculars. A lesson in honesty and being yourself. This series teaches lessons in the form of animated segments based on stories from a variety of sources including the Bible, fairy tales, fables, mythology, and folk stories.
Annie gets upset because of this, pounding on the track with tears coming out of her eyes. Zach gives his lunch bag containing a sandwich to Annie and quickly packs them up in frustration but Annie immediately eats his sandwich, which leads him to accuse her of eating it. However, the logo could be accurate, given that the show involves a Native American girl, wild animals that talk, and even a jungle-style theme song. There's also a couple in the same segment, fanning the Man who the Horse, the Dog, and the Ox encountered. Adventures from the Book of Virtues is an American animated television series based on the books The Book of Virtues: A Treasury of Great Moral Stories, and The Children's Book of Virtues, both by William Bennett, who served as Secretary of Education under President Ronald Reagan. Sock walks in feeling sleepy and accidentally bumps into him making the cans fall on the ground burying him and roll down, and even one of them rolls down into one of Ari's tunnels. Annie: Zach: I wasn't exactly lying, I just told the story.
But he overdoes it after all, prompting concern from his parents and a story at Plato's Peak about the importance of moderation. However, the last few shots in the intro are exclusive. At the end of the episode, after being told stories with the episode's virtue, the kids get over their problems and happily revisit the two topics. Also, the designs on Zach and Annie are noticeably different in some episodes. She thought her friend was loyal. Especially noticeable is that the dirt could be colored lighter if animated.
Three of the animal characters are named for them. There was a two-year gap in between the second and third seasons. To bother somebody else for a change! In it, two schoolchildren named Zack and Annie try to commit an act of the episode's selected virtue, but suffer pain in the process, and as a result turn to their four animal friends bison Plato, red-tailed hawk Aurora, bobcat Socrates, and prairie dog Aristotle , who advise the two patiently, and then the kids proceed to fulfill the day's virtue. Keeper of the Book of Virtues. . A reenactment of the book with Annie in the role of Ebenezer Scrooge ensues.
Johnson's hurdle incident when he was a kid. In keeping with the Greek origins of the others' names, she was named after the Greek deity of dawn. This ensemble teaches the kids virtues by telling them stories from the Book of Virtues. Reruns of the series were broadcast on Qubo from November 3, 2008 until September 24, 2017. Then the kids went on to gather up the cans in boxes.
The story features two schoolchildren, Zack and Annie, who have been neighbors and friends for many years. Adventures In Friendship is based on the well known animated television series The Adventures From The Book of Virtues. Has episodes borrowing plots from , , , etc. Annie lashes out on him for lying about it. Also, at the beginning of the episode, was seen as one of the movies playing on the channel. There exists a lost funding credits sequence shown during episodes aired in the year 2000. These animal friends are four anthropomorphic mountain-dwelling entities who between them possess immense knowledge of legends and literature as well as common sense and a lively sense of fun.