Space explorer Zork becomes curious when he sees some children who look unhappy. “Why do Earth people get upset?” Zork wonders. He learns that sometimes it’s because of stress, which is what people call the bad feelings they get when they have problems they think are serious. Zork reviews several examples of problems that cause stress for both children and adults, then examines how stress causes changes inside the body. By following along with Zork, young viewers discover several ways in which they can get rid of their own stress. Part of the fully animated series, “Our Wonderful Body”, featuring Zork, a space creature with a very inquisitive mind and a talent for getting into humorous situations. Fascinated by human beings, Zork wants to know how people breathe, move and grow. He wants to understand how their hearts work and how they digest their food. Often, his inquisitive nature leads him to wrong conclusions and comical misunderstandings, all of which captivate young audiences and make learning about the human body fun. Produced by Christianson Productions, Inc. A Coronet release.
10 minutes • Color