Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Hello Kitty's Paradise Collection|
Actors: Melissa Charles, Laura Summer
Genres: Kids & Family, Anime & Manga, Animation
Hello Kitty's Paradise Collection, collecting all 16 episodes from the four volumes of the acclaimed animated children's series Hello Kitty's Paradise. The individual volumes of Hello Kitty's Paradise (Pretty Kitty, Fun ... more »
Great for young girls!
Beth | Moorhead, MN United States | 03/13/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My daughters (3 and 5) both have loved this video. It is very "girly" - lots of rainbows and hearts. The repetition of songs is lots of fun for children. After little ones get done singing the themes to different segments, they learn lessons on topics such as washing hands, and getting up and ready for the day. There are also guessing games intermittent throughout the video. Just a note, these are quite different from the Hello Kitty videos "Hello Kitty becomes a princess", "Hello Kitty goes to the movies", and the other Hello Kitty videos with the red strip across the top of the disc/video box jacket. There is a different format and supporting characters. Everything is different except for Hello Kitty. The paradise collection is much sweeter, simpler, and lesson oriented. The point is if you like the other type, don't necessarily expect the same thing here. We prefer the Paradise Collection, but older children may enjoy the other style."
Great for 3 to 5 year old girls
Christine | Seattle, WA USA | 12/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Even though the animation is not as high-tech as other cartoons these days, what I like about this set of DVDs is the storyline and lessons (yes it has some good educational elements), and how much my daughter (3 and soon to be 4) LOVES to watch it! Hello Kitty is sweet and benign. Girls especially love the wonderfully nice characters. The stories are BIG on teaching manners and considering other characters' feelings. There is also nothing in these cartoons that will cause your toddler to cry or have nightmares like Disney films often do, which are truly geared to older children because of the violent content and rampant death themes.
Tired of skipping through the endless stream of ads for other movies before the feature plays? Well, you don't have to worry about that here-- you go straight to the feature.
So on my daughter's behalf, and as a parent who appreciates nonviolent content and zero advertisements before the feature, I give it 5 stars.
NOTE: This feature is NOT intended to entertain or relate to adults. You may find it annoying over time, because it's saccharine. But it is PURR-fect for toddlers without being Barney or Boobahs or Teletubbies (which are all so annoying!)