Two by two...a musical introduction to animals around the world! — -- Introduces animal names and sounds — -- Encourages interactive play — As little ones become better acquainted with the world, they grow curious about anima... more »ls of all kinds, beyond just the family pet. And as their communication skills continue to develop, they enjoy imitating animal sounds as well. Baby Noah Animal Expedition takes your little explorer across the globe to meet animals -- two-by-two -- from the savannah, the rainforest and tropics, the Outback, the ocean and the Polar Regions. With its unique video "lift-the-flap" format, adroable puppet shows and delightful music, this exciting program invites parents and babies on a fun-filled safari that encourages vocal participation and interactive play. Get ready to meet lions, tigers, dolphins, koalas, penguins and more. It's a wide, wonderful world out there, and there's nothing more rewarding than discovering it together!
-- Repeat play
-- Language tracks (Spanish, French and English)
-- Discovery cards
-- Guess the animal
-- Talk like the aniamls
-- Puppet shows
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T. Sullivan | Chicago, IL United States | 03/28/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My 9 month old loves this video. We had Mozart, Beethoven and Santa (DO NOT buy) already. This one is a lot different because there is actually moving footage of the animals with great music. He is too young to get into the animal naming parts, so he gets bored then, but whenever the puppets or the music come on he is mesmerized. The DVD says its for older children, so maybe naming the animals won't be as boring for him in a few months. I like watching it with him. I'd give the DVD 5 stars, but Disney is completely shameless in placing ads at the beginning and end of the DVD during the first play. I vow not to buy another with this sort of advertising no matter how good they say it is."
Introduction to "new" animals
JanXknits | Kirkland, WA USA | 10/27/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My son owns all the Einstein DVD's and this is one of the top 5. I like the format, which looks like a board book, lift and flap style. It also introduces different animals besides the usual farm animals or "everyday" animals like cats and dogs. I would give this 5 stars but Disney has tied in some shameless plugs at the end of the DVD for their Animal Kingdom in WDW. Keep the ads to the bonus features or previews."
Disney in full swing
Martin L. Ohlenforst | houston, tx | 10/31/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have all of them. I buy Baby Enstein for most new families, but this (Noah) and Newton are just over Disneyed! Noah even has promotions, ads and previews. Might as well sign them up for a Disney credit card. The show isnt that bad, but I cannot accept what they have done to a once beautiful child's learning tool."
Love Baby Einstein, but won't show my kid ads
Cindy Baker | San Diego, CA United States | 08/21/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I used to happily buy every one of the Baby Einstein videos for my daughter and always enjoyed watching them with her. But this one is the newest one we own and we refuse to buy any others. There is some really long advertising for other Disney stuff at both the beginning and the end of the DVD which we can't seem to skip through. I was really disappointed given I paid good money and don't think I should have to sit through commercials, espeically as it is a video for babies and toddlers. I think The Disney Corporation only thought about how else to make some money off of us and forgot to consider our family values."
Rose's Dad | 01/19/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I own thirteen (early) Baby Einsteins. All very good, until now. Baby Noah is the first to start directly marketing to the children. I don't want my 1-year old to be blitzed by Disney marketing executives, period. They've ruined a good thing.
Maybe someone else will start producing videos for kids without the marketing junk."