Follow the adventures of Molly, a feisty and resourceful Alaska Native girl, as she helps her parents run the Denali Trading Post in their Alaskan village. Learn about the rich history and modern-day experience of family life in the heart of the Alaskan tundra through the eyes of Molly, her parents, and her friends. The series is designed to help kids develop skills around informational text such as using a map and following an instruction manual.
All Past Episodes
28:46 | #118 | TV-Y
Molly organizes an ice-sculpting competition in Qyah. Molly and Randall accidentally lose a piece of the totem pole needed for the totem pole raising in Sitka.
28:46 | #116 | TV-Y
Molly panics about going to the dentist. Molly and Tooey stumble upon a mystery visitor in Qyah.
28:46 | #120 | TV-Y
Molly and Trini have trouble checking in the Sassy Ladies of Saskatoon when they arrive at the Trading Post a day early. Molly is determined to save the old clubhouse from sinking completely into the ground.
28:46 | #121 | TV-Y
The kids create a new game called Mollyball. Molly convinces a travel guide writer to visit Qyah so the village can be added to the guidebook.
28:46 | #117 | TV-Y
Molly makes it her mission to show Trini the Northern Lights. Molly realizes she wants to play the drum instead of the fiddle, but has to figure out how to tell her friend, Oscar, that she won't be taking lessons from him anymore.
28:46 | #113 | TV-Y
Oscar is finally old enough to play in Qyah's annual fiddle festival, but he breaks an E string the morning of the event. Molly and Trini can't wait to get their jig on at the Qyah Tribal Hall, but on the way, they run into an adorable, tiny mink that leaves them covered in a big, stinky smell.
28:46 | #112 | TV-Y
Molly is entrusted with her Grandpa Nat's secret nivagi recipe for the annual Qyah Ice Cream Competition. Molly can't wait to help Nina and Dr. Antigone band baby cranes.
28:46 | #111 | TV-Y
Auntie Midge teaches Molly and Tooey how to tap trees so they can make more birch syrup. Molly and her Dad are shocked when Travis, a tourist, announces that the goal of his expedition is to find a living woolly mammoth.
28:46 | #101 | TV-Y
Molly goes on a mission to find Grandpa's drum and return his songs to him. Connie teaches Molly, Tooey, and Trini to canoe, but her coaching techniques are unusual.
28:46 | #110 | TV-Y
Molly, Tooey, and Oscar discover that playful pooch Suki has made an important archeological discovery. Molly announces a contest to design an original flag for the Denali Trading Post.
28:46 | #107 | TV-Y
Molly and Dad head to the Windsong Wildlife Area to fix an eagle nest camera. Molly and her friends have their eye on a spectacular water tube for sale at the Trading Post, but they don't have enough money to buy it.
28:46 | #109 | TV-Y
Molly, Tooey, and Trini believe giant ice worms are responsible for a power outage at the Trading Post, thanks to a spooky story from Grandpa Nat. When Tooey's newest dog Anka wanders off in the woods, Molly and Tooey find ways to lure her back home.
28:46 | #108 | TV-Y
It's winter and Molly is set on discovering a hot springs Grandpa Nat once found in a blizzard. Tooey's hero, dog musher Eugene Pike, recreates a historic mail run across interior Alaska.
28:46 | #103 | TV-Y
Trini's excited to enter Big Green, her giant cabbage, into the Alaska State Fair, but a suspicious moose keeps nibbling its leaves. Molly learns that only an elder can give you your Native name and getting one will require impressing the unimpressible Aunt Merna.
28:46 | #106 | TV-Y
Molly retells the story of the summer Trini moved to Qyah from Texas, and how she and Tooey attempted to make Trini feel at home. Molly must figure out how to get a moose off the runway before she can visit Nina for her birthday.
28:46 | #105 | TV-Y
Molly's consults her bird call book when she encounters a lost bird. Molly and Trini are alarmed when the baby puffin chicks begin to jump off a cliff!
28:46 | #104 | TV-Y
Molly must put her knowledge of the salmon life cycle to the test to catch her first fish. Trini gets lost in a giant maze of snow.
28:55 | #102 | TV-Y
Molly and her family go berry-picking, but their trip is cut short by a swarm of pesky mosquitos. Molly is thrilled when her cousin Randall calls from Sitka to say he's harvesting herring eggs - her absolute favorite food.