FRU-FRU Puppets: Videk’s New Shirt (Slovenia)
One day, Videk rips his old, hand-me-down shirt and some friends from nature come to his rescue. A sheep gives him wool, a bush combs the wool with its thorns, and a spider weaves fabric—teaching an important lesson about friendship and harmony. For ages 3–8. Part of Kids Euro Festival 2012.
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