Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Pocoyo Pocoyo and Friends|
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Here comes the unforgettable Pocoyo - charming as always - along with friends new and old! Pocoyo and his pals -- Pato, Elly and Louella - play together in heart-warming adventures filled with laughter and learning. Whethe... more »
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We LOVE Pocoyo
Julie Kauffman | Denton, TX United States | 08/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My children adore this cartoon. We first saw it in England while visiting friends. I'm so excited it is coming to the U.S. now!! Its very well done, computer animation, involves the adventures of a little boy named Pocoyo (age 4)and his friends, Pato the duck and Ellie the Elephant. Its all about friendship and discovery. Even my 8 year old adores it but it is really age appropriate for 2-4 year olds. I am very excited to show this cartoon to my preschoolers! Its funny, entertaining while touching on core values of friendship."
Wrong aspect ratio
Vandarren | van city | 12/09/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I like Pocoyo a lot. It's a great show. The reason I'm giving this dvd only 2 stars is because it's squashed. The show is broadcast at 4:3 but for some reason the people who put this dvd out squished it down to make it widescreen. The characters aren't as appealing when they are squashed. Let the buyer beware."
Get Pocoyo and friends - Series 1 Episodes 1-13 instead
Dmitri M. A. Hubbard | Hong Kong | 07/31/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Pocoyo is the most fantastic visual and learning environmnent for young children under 1 year old. It has a white background with very bright colour characters and good patterns of behaviour and language learning.
It revolves around the baby Pocoyo, (Ms) Elly the pink Elephant, Loula the Dog, the always-cool Pato the duck, and sleepy bird.
The hallmark of any good children's product is being able to appeal to the adults. This is amusing enough that you will enjoy watching it with your child, even the 10th time. Enjoy!
But get the English series one disc instead - its 91 minutes and better value for money."