(4 out of 5 stars)
"This disc has a story, 2 songs, 2 music videos, a vocabulary section, a handful of preveiws, a game, and 2 computer web links.
The story is the same as the regular CD read-along, but I think it's funny to hear them speak other languages. There are 2 songs from the movie, "He Mele No Lilo" and "Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride", to sing along with. The 2 music videos are the A*Teens "I Can't Help Falling in Love With You" and "Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride." The vocabulary section is educational because you can learn beach-related words in 5 languages. (Swimmerifen, ha ha!) The previews are previews, what more can I say. The game isn't very hard, so it will be easy for littler kids. (I, being 12, didn't enjoy it that much.) I can make no comment on the web-links, because I can't do them on my computer. Well, MY favorite part was the sing alongs, and the "Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride" music video, though there was a preview of a computer game I particularly enjoyed.
All in all, this is good for Lilo & Stitch fans of all ages. (Save the ones that only liked it for the Elvis music)"
Lilo & Stitch
cjcorream | Bogota, Colombia SouthAmerica | 11/06/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's simply wonderful! I can enjoy the soundtracks with my little sons. The story is single an fun. It has a love and familiar union messages."
Good Concept, Bad Delivery
Mom and Teacher | Canada | 07/10/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Captioning is a great way to teach children how to read. Unfortunetly, the captioning in this video is small and hard to read. Also, the words change sizes as they are being read. You would think this would make it easier to follow along but it doesn't - it just confuses things.
On the good side of things these are great stories, the characters are familiar to many children and the music videos are fun. The other languages are a bonus too.
Read-TV is a much better way to teach children to read through captions. The text is big and kid-friendly, the stories are sweet and the production values are great."