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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Take a Ride with Thomas & Friends in this All New Holiday Adventure - Thomas & Friends: Santa’s Little Engine - Review & Giveaway - ends 11/6 US

I received a free copy of Thomas and Friends: Santa's Little Engine from HiT Entertainment in exchange for the honest opinion.


It's time to hop aboard with Thomas and all of his Friends in this all-new holiday adventure on DVD!


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Thomas and Friends
Santa's Little Engine

Thomas and his engine friends light up the tracks for a festive celebration in the all-new holiday release Thomas and Friends®: Santa’s Little Engine is available on DVD, Digital Download and Video on Demand. The Thomas and Friends®: Santa’s Little Engine DVD features five frosty and fun-filled episodes and will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.98.

Ho Ho Ho! Thomas is full steam ahead as a Really Useful Reindeer, saving the day by guiding Santa’s sleigh straight to the Sodor Christmas celebration! When snowfall transforms the island of Sodor into a winter wonderland, Thomas discovers that being safe is the best route to holiday fun. Percy makes everyone’s Christmas wishes come true and Gordon discovers his friends’ special skills are the gifts that keep on giving, all year long! Thomas delivers the true spirit of the season as Santa’s Little Engine!

My son and I watched this over the weekend, and we really enjoyed all five of the fun stories that are included on this DVD.  It was so refreshing to see a winter wonderland come to life as Thomas and all of his Friends learn about the gift of giving, friendship, and cooperation.  I am always reassured each time that I watch a new Thomas and Friends adventure, that it is going to be wholesome, clean, and teach good morals to my son as he watches his favorite Engines of Sodor.

Here are the episodes included on this DVD which is a full 58 minutes of railway fun:

Santa's Little Engine
No Snow for Thomas
Frozen Turntable
The Missing Christmas Decorations
Snow Tracks

The DVD also comes with two special features:

Sir Topham Hatt's Frosty Friend Game
Guess Who? Puzzles

Thomas and Friends continues to teach timeless life lessons of discovery, friendship and cooperation, inviting children to enter a world of imagination through the tracks of a train and the words of a story.  Go ahead and join Thomas, Percy, Gordon and all the other steam engines as they learn the true meaning of the holiday season.  If your child is a train loving kid like mine, your child will be sure to enjoy Thomas and all of his Friends.  You will love the lessons your child learns while riding along with Thomas and Friends.


Here is a special treat for your little ones.  Here is a coloring page of Santa's Little Engine for your child to enjoy.  To tell you a little secret, I enjoy coloring right along with my son.

Thomas the Tank Engine™ was created by a father for his son nearly 70 years ago and today is enjoyed by families in more than 185 territories and in 30 languages.  The #1 blue engine and his friends invite children to enter a world of imagination through the tracks of a train and the words of a story. Children embark on adventures with their engine friends while experiencing timeless life lessons of discovery, friendship, and cooperation.


With many special thanks to HiT Entertainment and Lionsgate, one person is going to win Thomas and Friends: Santa's Little Engine on DVD - a $14.98 Value!







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48 comments:

  1. I love the learning experience the go through watching Thomas!!

    clemensrhonda@hotmail.com

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  2. Weird a message came up said Give-away tools is not working, and now it is. Weird. Anyway I like Thomas because my two grandsons love Thomas and it keeps them busy for hours and hours. Woo hoo!!! I mean they REALLY LOVE Thomas and ever since he came out really!

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  3. Our son loves trains. Thomas & friends is so fun & entertaining for the whole family.

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  4. My children are teenagers now, but when they were younger they loved the excitement of the trains especially the sounds. Our family has probably put in over a thousand hours with Thomas and his friends over the years.

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  5. I love that each episode teaches a lesson that kids can relate to.
    Thank you!

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  6. I like that there are so many types of trains for my grandson to enjoy. It's fun for him to learn their names and the show is very entertaining to him.

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  7. I like that it's a good wholesome age appropriate cartoon for my son.

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  8. I like that they show compassion and learn from their mistakes. The teach good morals and the different types of trains.

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  9. I love that they are great stories and that my niece loves them. thankyou, ken

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  10. I have a son and I love that there is a cartoon that is trains because he's absolutely infatuated with them! There's a good lesson in each episode and my son will sit through the whole thing eyes glued to the tv, he just loves it! The animation is great, the colors are vibrant and I love it as well.

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  11. I LIKE THAT THERE IN A MORAL IN EACH STORY. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  12. I like that the show always teaches life lessons and that a continuing theme is the importance of friendship. I think my sons enjoy the fact that they are talking trains

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  13. I love that the boys can get into Thomas, whether it be a dvd or their train set. In addition to being entertaining, it's educational, a win/win in my book.

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  14. i love the great message with each episode and Thomas and Percy are my son's favorite

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  15. I love his positive attitude and that he appeals to both little boys and girls

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  16. I love the gentleness in the stories.

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  17. Thomas teaches some great lessons and I love that they are hidden within the stories and the children don't even realize that they are learning while they are watching him. Thomas has been a favorite in my house for many years. I do in home childcare and he has been a favorite since he came out.

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  18. I like that there are subtle lessons versus just a plain kids show. My son also loves the songs.

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  19. I love that there is a lesson to be learned in every story.

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  20. I like how they have lessons on every show.

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  21. I love that they are little trains (my nephew loves trains!) and that they always have a lesson to learn. It's so great for little boys and girls

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  22. My daughter is obsessed with Thomas, but her fave is Percy in the show. I like the learning aspect of the show, it teaches kids some really nice lessons.

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  23. My two year old is absolutely in love with trains of all sorts. I love that each episode teaches my son a lesson without him even knowing it.

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  24. I love the lessons and adventures (:

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  25. I love that they all work together to solve problems. My kids have always loved Thomas & friends!

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  26. i like the friendships they share, their cooperation, and the lessons that they incorporate within their show, my children love them!

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  27. I love how much they have helped my son, diagnosed with Autism at age 2...it was after he discovered Thomas that he flourished- using it to teach himself colors, numbers, reading, etc

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  28. I love that each episode teaches a lesson. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

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  29. I like thomas is so postive and makes my son so happy,

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  30. I like that there is am oral to the stories

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  31. It is just a sweet show and my son enjoys watching so intently. thanks for the giveaway.

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  32. My son loves anything trains, so he is really into Thomas. I like it because its fun!!

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  33. Both of my grandson's love trains, and I think that Thomas is a good show for them.

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  34. I like that they are entertaining but also teach kids some good lessons.

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  35. I like the fact kids can learn lessons from Thomas in overcoming. jrs362 at Hotmail dot com

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  36. I like Thomas and his friends because they are very helpful and caring. Teaches my son a good message.

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  37. I love that with each story there is a lesson to be learned like sharing, caring and manners.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  39. I like that lessons are taught in each episode & the stories are nice

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  40. I like that lessons are taught to children in a fun and simple way. :)

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  41. I love that each episode teaches children a lesson :)

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  42. I like hoe friendly, calm and age appropriate Thomas is for my children. I dont have to worry about them being taught anything I wouldn't want them to know!

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  43. All episodes have a happy/learning ending

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  44. i like to watch it with my son, he enjoys it so i enjoy it

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  45. I love that Thomas has been around for a long time. I also really like that all of the episodes have some sort of "lesson".

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