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THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers

Class Trip to the Library

Episode 318
Title Daniel's Very Different Day
Class Trip to the Library
Air Date September 6, 2017

It's raining outside as Daniel Tiger and his classmates are planning a field trip to the library. As they enjoy circle time, the ceiling of their classroom begins to leak. With a bucket in place to catch the dripping water, circle time is moved to the block corner of the classroom.

The rain stops but the class has missed Trolley which was their transportation to the library. Changing their plans, they decide to walk instead.

Daniel make-believes that the flowers outside the library are reading books.

Inside the library, fixing broken shelves is taking longer than expected so X the Owl has to cancel the class visit. Instead, the class returns to their classroom where they use their own books to make a library.


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  • "Things may change and that's okay. Today we can do things a different way."

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The live action segment following this episode includes a girl making a book at the library.

  


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Story by Becky Friedman & Angela C. Santomero
Written by Jennifer Hamburg
Created by Angela C. Santomero
Based on the work of Fred Rogers

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