Molly of Denali, Ep 111
Molly of Denali, a new PBS Kids series, follows the adventures of feisty and resourceful 10-year-old Alaska native Molly Mabray. Kids 4 to 8 can join Molly, her dog Suki, and friends Tooey and Trini on their adventures in epically beautiful Alaska. Molly of Denali is the first U.S. nationally distributed children’s series to feature a Native American lead character.
Each episode is grounded in kid-relatable issues – meeting new people, getting from one place to another, solving a problem, or mastering a skill. Each episode follows Molly, her friends and family through daily life and adventures in Alaska, from planting vegetables and building snow forts, to learning Native songs from the village elders, to racing in a canoe competition.
Ages: 4 – 8
Sap Season: It’s been a long winter in Qyah, and everyone is out of birch syrup. Luckily, Auntie Midge is teaching Molly and Tooey how to tap trees so they can make more. But then a mischievous raven unties the rope tethering their boat to the shore, and the trio are left stranded with barrels of sap and no way to get them home.
Book of Mammoths: Molly and her Dad are shocked when Travis, a tourist, announces that the goal of his expedition is to find a living woolly mammoth. He’s read all about it in a “reputable” book and is convinced mammoths dwell in a secret valley. Can Molly convince Travis that mammoths are extinct before his shenanigans turn into a mammoth problem for them all?Share This Program