Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Bob the Builder - Pets in a Pickle|
Actors: Neil Morrissey, Greg Proops, Rob Rackstraw, Kate Harbour, Rupert Degas
Directors: Brian Little, Liz Whitaker
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Join Bob the Builder as he and his friends look for missing pets.
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Matilda T. from MANLIUS, NY
Reviewed on 8/23/2009...
Both my 3 year old and 15 month old sons enjoy watching this DVD. They both enjoy watching "people" helping &/or rescueing others.
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
In response to the Frog below
Michael Poole | 03/11/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"So, there are a number of us out here in the real world who thank the lord for a few minutes to clean up the kitchen while our youngster watches Bob the Builder. Sure, he's a tool getting walked on by Wendy and the gang--but hey, he also is eternally positive and a decent role model. Besides, thetype of parent that selects Bob for their children will most likely spend time with our children far outweighs the amount of time spent in front of the tellie. You obviously don't have children"
Pretty cute video
carolyn | Canal Winchester, OH | 09/15/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a pretty cute video. It's basically about Pilchard and Tommy the Tortoise so it definitely drags a little. My little one got ancy before it was over which is very unusual. We love Bob in our house but really, this one could have used a little pick-me-up in the writing department. It was a great idea, but it definitely needs expanded and reworked."
My kid is a huge fan
Michael Poole | Medway, MA United States | 03/28/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My two-year-old absolutely adores Bob the Builder. We play together frequently with his BTB toys and vehicles, recreating scenes from the videos or inventing new situations. The videos in general are excellent, but this is my personal favorite. The stories are fairly complex for a 2-year-old but deeply engaging. ("Can We Fix It?" is also excellect.) Usually we watch it together and comment on what's happening, but it's also valuable that he's happy to watch it by himself so that I can get some quiet time to feed the baby or put her to sleep (my wife is often out in the evenings). No harm in letting your child watch some wholesome programming on his own so long as you don't let him overdo it. I guess "A Viewer from France" would have to have a child to understand this."