New This Week: THE RUNDOWN
What's the difference between Taylor Swift's 1989 and the actual year 1989? Do Frozen, Tangled, and the Little Mermaid all live in the same universe? Is it possible to have the most mathematical Adventure Time themed birthday party? It is, and we've got the rundown how, now HERE on batteryPOP!
Popping This Week: IMAGIGANTES
From a GIGANTIC imagination comes a world of beauty and magic. In this dreamy stop-motion series, find out how the leaves change colors, where the stars come from, and what gives the ocean its magic. Check it out HERE!
Short of the Week: HELP ME REMEMBER
After learning his grandfather is suffering from Alzheimer's, 10-year-old Santi discovers a cure--fantasy and old comics. Watch the short HERE!
Kids' News of the Week: QUITE A HAIRY SITUATION
The frozen remains of a woolly mammoth (affectionately named Buttercup) were uncovered in Siberia. Buttercup was alive 40,000 years ago and lived to be about 50 years old. This new discovery is huge for paleontologists and will increase our knowledge of these Ice Age beasts!
This Week's Trivia: What is the first Disney movie that had a different singing actress and voice actress for its princess?
Last Week's Trivia: What children's book is the product of a bet made with a publisher that the author couldn't write a book using just 50 words?
Answer: Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham. There are only 50 words in the book, and all but one have only one syllable. ("Anywhere" is the exception.)