Identifying a Children's Cassette Story Tape?

I used to listen to a children's cassette when I was young and I am trying to find out what it was. It was a story, rather than music, and considering my age it would have to have come out in the mid-late 80s or possibly early 90s. I will recreate what I can recall here, but my memories are foggy at best.


"Walking like a neighbor should,
Talking like a neighbor should,
and smiling saying neighborly, Hello!
Everyone's so glad to see you,
that's the way it is in ****, you know!."

I cannot remember the **'ed out part, but I remember it was the name of the place the story took place (I want to say Woodland, or Woodville, or something, but those bring up nothing when I look for them.)

The story was a Winnie the Pooh-esque story about animals living in a forest/city and going about their lives. The actual story completely eludes me at this point.

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March 25, 20200 found this helpful

I have been searching for several days about this and I know the story you are talking about. My daughter had this set of books and one other that had a tape recorder she could listen to them on. I do remember that the book she had came in a collection and there were several tapes for different stories.


I have seen a few sold like this online and do believe it is this collection that she had so many years ago. I think there were 6 tapes for the stories in the book and each one went to a different story.

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July 3, 20200 found this helpful

Ive been searching for this childrens story/cassette for years as well and cannot find it anywhere when I search for it. This thread is the closest Ive gotten! I do believe the *** word is Woodland. There were at least two stories on the tape: the first one was about one of the animals wanting to perform either in a circus or as a trapeze artist and the other animals thought it was a silly idea. The second story was about a rocking chair that one of the animals built for someones birthday gift and the rabbit character couldnt resist giving it a try before the big day and ended up breaking it. There may have also been a story included with a parade? If anyone knows more I would love to be able to know what this tape was!

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September 9, 20200 found this helpful

This tape came with my mother goose lamp I had. Ive been looking for it as well!!! The other side of the tape was lullabies.

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