An old, wisened Native American is passing on the story of the Tree of Life to young Native American children. As he tells the story, he hears and sees Dr. Blight's robots chopping down trees of the forest. Dr. Blight wants the tree of life, the old man protests. The Old Native American man's son, surprisingly, tells his father that Dr. Blight is willing to pay large sums of money for the tree. The Old Man warns that the forest is doomed if the Tree of Life is chopped down but his son claims that it's only a superstition.
This clip gives a glimpse into the life of a family living in an urban slum in Brooklyn during the Industrial Revolution. Francie and Neely, along with the other kids in the area, bring junk to sell to Carney in order to earn a few extra cents. The family uses as a bank a milk can in one of their closets.
Tired of the Man with the Yellow Hat's house rules, George endeavors to build a tree house to set his own rules. George has to figure out the right way to build his tree house including obtaining the right materials and construction method.