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Fireflies | 08/23/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"We had all the Little People VHS and DVDs except this one, so I was excited to finally be bringing it home. My daughter (now 26 months) has been hooked on Little People episodes since she was 6 months old! But this particular DVD was dissapointing. Because half of the episodes are simply summaries of past LP shows. It doesn't hold my daughter's attention because she's seen it before. It was a waste - I was looking for something fresh and new to show her and all we found was a replay of her other already owned episodes. :("
This DVD is just okay
Jan B. | Michigan | 02/27/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this DVD after getting "Discovering Animals" free with a Little People toy. The free DVD has 5 episodes which my 19 month old daughter loves. I got this one to give her (and me!) a little variety. It is split into two sections, the first 5 are re-tellings of fairy tales which are okay, but the second 5 are not-very-good summaries of past episodes. It is a lot like those recap episodes that sitcoms do - all the characters get together and "remember" stuff.
Here are the episode summaries from the back of the box:
Eddie & the Cornstalk - Sarah Lynn tells the story of how an impatient Eddie discovers that too much of a good thing is not always good, when he overdoes it with Farmer Jed's special plant food.
The Frogly Duckling - Sonya Lee tells the story of a little frog who tries to be a duck, but discovers how much easier it is to fit in when you're just being yourself.
Hansel-Eddie and Sarah-Gretel - Michael tells the story of a brother and sister who discover a kindly baker building a yummy gingerbread house in the woods. They offer to help - and help themselves to way too many treats.
The Monkey Who Cried Elephant - Eddie tells the story of a monkey who played an elephant-sized joke on his friends one too many times. In the end, the joke - and the elephant - is on him. Monkey discovers that if you want people to believe you, never tell lies.
Sonya Had a Little Lamb - Actually, Sonya Lee had a little dog named Lucky. But Maggie tells the story of how Lucky added "fleece" so he could follow Sonya Lee to school. Lucky discovers that being a lamb isn't half as much fun as being yourself.
MOVIE NIGHT AT FARMER JED'S
Friends Helping Friends - Maggie discovers that she's the star of the first movie. As all of Discovery City watches Maggie delivering the mail and helping the animals remember who they are, we all rediscover how helpful Maggie is.
The Fast and the Froggy - It's a fast-paced adventure story starring who else? Eddie and his faithful green sidekick. One minute they're racing, then hopping and bopping at the garage the next - always looking to discover new adventures.
Feathered and Furry Friends - Big animals or small, Sonya Lee loved them all. And whether it's baking a cake for Zookeeper Zack's birthday or coaxing chickens off the roof, everyone including Sonya Lee discovers that all animals love her too.
Sarah Lynn's Sing-Along - It's a musical tribute to Sarah Lynn. She discovers how much everyone appreciates her musical talents, especially when she uses them to help the Captain save his boat or when she shares her music with friends.
Before Your Very Eyes - Everyone at Movie Night discovers once again how handy Michael's creativity can be when the movie projector breaks down. Then they all get to watch Michael in action on screen - making it rain or snow, you just never know.
We love it!
JW | TX | 10/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My 2 1/2 year old loves the little people toys and especially the shows. He started watching them when he was 1 and recieved a free video in a LP toy her got. I really like them too, very cute!"
Little People Have Done it Again!
Jennifer M. Lucas | 05/27/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My son absolutely adores Little People and watches them constantly. The dvds promote good values and friendship which with todays other shows is refreshing. The Dvd is a total of 10 stories which are broken into two 5 min menus so if want you dont have to play all of them. If you want a product your child will love get this and other Little People movies. It is just unfourtunate that they do not sell in stores. At least none I have been to."