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Children’s Museum of Houston presents Super Why

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Whyatt, the lead character from PBS’ Super WHY!, will make a weekend-long special appearance at the Children’s Museum of Houston!  Super WHY! is the first educational, superhero TV series to help children learn to read through engaging story adventures. 

In the show, you follow 6-year-old, Whyatt Beanstalk, younger brother of Jack, from “Jack and the Beanstalk,” and his charming fairytale character friends—Red of “Little Red Riding Hood” fame, Littlest Pig from “The Three Little Pigs,” and Princess Pea of the beloved “The Princess and the Pea,” as they convert into their alter egos and use their superpowers to literally jump into books to discover answers to everyday questions and challenges.

Whyatt, the lead character from PBS’ Super WHY!, will make a weekend-long special appearance at the Children’s Museum of Houston! Super WHY! is the first educational, superhero TV series to help children learn to read through engaging story adventures.

In the show, you follow 6-year-old, Whyatt Beanstalk, younger brother of Jack, from “Jack and the Beanstalk,” and his charming fairytale character friends—Red of “Little Red Riding Hood” fame, Littlest Pig from “The Three Little Pigs,” and Princess Pea of the beloved “The Princess and the Pea,” as they convert into their alter egos and use their superpowers to literally jump into books to discover answers to everyday questions and challenges.

Whyatt, the lead character from PBS’ Super WHY!, will make a weekend-long special appearance at the Children’s Museum of Houston! Super WHY! is the first educational, superhero TV series to help children learn to read through engaging story adventures.

In the show, you follow 6-year-old, Whyatt Beanstalk, younger brother of Jack, from “Jack and the Beanstalk,” and his charming fairytale character friends—Red of “Little Red Riding Hood” fame, Littlest Pig from “The Three Little Pigs,” and Princess Pea of the beloved “The Princess and the Pea,” as they convert into their alter egos and use their superpowers to literally jump into books to discover answers to everyday questions and challenges.

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WHERE

Children's Museum of Houston
1500 Binz St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://www.cmhouston.org/

TICKET INFO

$10 per person and $9 for seniors 65+ and for military personnel. Children under one and Museum Members receive free admission
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