The second part of Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's Shiloh trilogy, "Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season," comes to video shelves Tuesday, featuring teen actor Zachary Browne.

Michael Moriarty, Scott Wilson, Rod Steiger, Ann Dowd and Bonnie Bartlett reprise the roles they played in the original "Shiloh," joined by newcomers Caitlin Wachs, Joe Pichler, Rachel David and Marissa Leigh.

Naylor's 1991 book about a beloved dog sold more than 3 million copies. Sales of the final two parts of the trilogy, "Shiloh Season" and "Saving Shiloh," already have topped 500,000 each. The 96-minute video lists for $19.96.

Other new children's video releases of note include two by Looney Tunes's ever-popular Tweety, "Tweet and Lovely" and "Home Tweet Home," both 70 minutes and listing at $14.95.

Flik, the fearless ant hero from "A Bug's Life," rides the wildlife express on a journey through Disney's Animal Kingdom in the Sing-Along Songs video "Flik's Musical Adventure at Disney's Animal Kingdom" (34 mins., $12.99).

Alec Baldwin is the storyteller for "Races, Rescues & Runaways," this week's release in the "Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends" series from Anchor Bay. Six episodes and a music video run 34 minutes ($12.98, 1-800-745-1145).

"There Goes a Dump Truck" is the newest reel in Warner Home Video's "Real Wheels" series, which now has 17 titles since it began in 1994. In this one, children learn how giant road construction vehicles build and fix roads (35 mins., $9.95).

Scholastic's "The Magic School Bus" television series is buzzing with two titles: "In a Beehive" and "Spins a Web" (30 mins., $9.95 each).

The popular Franklin video collection from PolyGram also has two new titles, "Franklin Goes to School" and "Franklin and the Tooth Fairy." Aimed at children 2-5 years old, the half-hour videos list at $12.95 each.

WorldKids Press has come up with a computer-animated video for the 3- to 8-year-old set, combining catchy music with a bit of multicultural learning. "Going to Grandma's (Around the World)" helps youngsters to say "I Love You, Grandma and Grandpa" in 10 languages -- Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Hebrew, Arabic, German, Hungarian, Russian and Polish. The video is 20 minutes long.

For children 6 to12,

"Chinese Jump Rope" shows jump rope games (28 mins., $14.95; 1-800-824-2184.

Golden Books has released its new "Poky" series. Based on the books, they are "Poky Little Puppy," "Saggy Baggy" and "Scuffy the Tugboat" (30 mins., $9.95 each).

The final two of the four-part Animorphs series from Columbia TriStar, "The Enemy Among Us" and "The Legacy Survives," are each 74 minutes long and $12.95.