How and Why Tonies - Various

€16.95
Space Travel
A journey to Mars or Saturn would be a dream come true for many astronauts. From launch pads, such as those at Baikonur, rockets lift off into space. How do astronauts move in zero gravity? Why do they wear spacesuits and what do they eat when in the spaceship?
The Moon
Up to now, only twelve Apollo- astronauts have stepped on to the moon. Since then, scientists have discovered how the moon was formed, why it has endless craters and why a thick layer of dust covers its surface.
Running time: approx. 70 minutes
Age recommendation: age 6+
Fabulous Horses
In our modern times, horses are amongst our best friends, whereas on former days hey mainly served as working force. Join us for a visit to a cattle ranch in the USA where cowboys on Quarter Horses look after herds of cattle. These cowboys are experts on horses and masters in riding them.
The Mongol Steppe Riders
The legendary Genghis Khan once ruled the largest empire the world has ever known. What was the secret behind the success of the Mongol horsemen? Even today, some Mongols live a nomadic life and call a tent their home. At the famous Naadam festival, we meet amazingly talented archers and wrestlers. We also get to know why it is the children who ride the racehorses.
Reader: Christopher Karatsonyi, Debby van Dooren
Running Time: approx. 79 Minutes,
Recommended Age Range: 6+,
Language: English 
2 in 1!
The Age of Dinosaurs
The Earth was once ruled by colossal dinosaurs.
Whilst giant sauropods were harmless herbivores and peacefully fed on plants, other dinosaur species like Tyrannosaurus Rex were ferocious predators.
Yet, no matter how powerful those enormous reptiles may have been, their mighty reign was terminated forever by an enormous catastrophe.
Prehistoric Animals
Since life has existed on Earth, new species have emerged whilst others have become extinct.
What kind of place was it when life first appeared?
How does evolution affect the development of species?
What is a living fossil, and why are so many animal species of our time threatened by extinction?
Author: Dr. Manfred Baur
Reader: Christopher Karatsonyi, Debby van Dooren
Running Time: approx. 70 Minutes,
Recommended Age Range: 6+,
Language: English 
Whales and Dolphins/Secrets of the Deep Sea
Wow! – this Tonie is a giant!
He’s drifting towards your Toniebox, filled with fun facts and interesting stories about whales and dolphins. And don’t miss the second topic on this Tonie: the extraordinary world of the deep sea with its bizarre and magical inhabitants.
Running time: approx. 70 minutes
Age recommendation: age 6+