Maya MAYnia!

April 2005
Scholastic Parent & Child;Apr/May2005, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p8
The article reports that if your children are fans of Maya and Miguel, a critically acclaimed TV show for the 6 and older set, tune in on May 3, 2005. The irrepressible twins unveil four uproariously funny new episodes. And don't miss the two-hour grand finale special on May 9, 2005.


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