Five years in the making, Between the Lions has set out to get kids "wild about reading". In every episode, there can be found countless sight gags, puns, parodies, songs, and more, all of which are designed to help kids better understand the pronunciation of everyday words. The setting for the show is, fittingly, a library, where husband-and-wife team Theo and Cleo are the Librarians. Their inquisitive cubs, younger sister Leona and older brother Lionel, often help them out, while another character - the Information Hen - dispenses information to perplexed Library patrons. Among the other colorful characters likely to be encountered, is a statue of the library's founder, Barnaby B. ("Don't Call Me Buster!") Busterfield III, who makes sarcastic comments about the silliness he often witnesses going on in the library. There are also two dim-witted pigeons, Clay and Walter (get it?) who hang around the statue, keeping him company - but he just wishes they'd go away! Additi
A loud girl learns to sing; a camel takes up dancing
Lionel and Leona learn why certain animals are not meant to be pets; some animals develop friendships.
Lions and a sandwich chase a pickle in the library; Cleo's Book and a Meal show results in a lively fiesta.
The Information Hen helps some creatures figure out if they are snails or slugs; a search ensues for a missing pet worm.
Lionel and Leona make soup with a stone; Korean meal called bee-bim bop.
A song about how the Lions and friends look alike and different; traits that make a person.
Leona pretends to be different animals; sea horse's camouflage.
Leona wonders if her stuffed animal, Lovey, can paint; a girl's paintings inspire Leona to decorate the library with her own works of art.
A boy tricks a hungry alligator; a hungry coyote is tricked by a rabbit.
Roodles the Clown doesn't want a birthday party; Leona has everyone in the library looking for Lovey.