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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Peppa Pig Delights Us All With Her Newest DVD Offerings: Peppa's Christmas & Bubbles - Review & Giveaway 11/30 US


Time for more delightful family fun with Nick Jr's Peppa Pig.  If you don't already know, Peppa has two new DVDs for your preschoolers to watch.  Peppa Pig is an enchanting character that is full of fun and laughter (or is that snorts!).


Join Peppa in this All-New fun-filled holiday special as Peppa and her family celebrate the season. Peppa and George write letters to Santa, decorate the Christmas tree, sing festive songs and stay awake all night waiting to catch a glimpse of the big guy himself. There s also a trip to Pirate Island, a visit to the Dentist, a school bus trip adventure and much more! Kids will love these hilarious adventures filled with lots of snorts and laughter, and of course, jumping in muddy puddles!

The episodes include:

Peppa's Christmas
Pirate Island
Cuckoo clock
Pretend Friend
The Long Grass
The Dentist
Zoe Zebra
Nature Trail
Pen Pal
School Bus Trip
Granny and Grandpa's Attic
The School Fete
60 minutes of Peppa Fun!

I did lend this DVD for a friend's child to watch.  She loved the Peppa's Christmas episode.  She said, "It was spectacular!"  But, she was disappointed with the rest of the episodes as she had seen each and every one of them on TV already.  Since we don't subscribe to cable nor get regular TV, this is not a problem for us.  Each was a new surprise full of fun and snorts, plus no commercials!

Becoming available to own November 4, 2014, you and your family can get into the festive spirit by watching the brand new holiday special DVD, Peppa’s Christmas. With 12 fun-filled “peppasodes” to enjoy, you can celebrate the season by decorating, singing and sorting along with Peppa and her family.  Get Peppa's Christmas NOW on Amazon for only $9.99.  


Available to own on December 2, 2014, Peppa Pig will be back but this time in a 14 episode DVD titled Bubbles. This lovable, cheeky little piggy will be up to her usual activities – playing games, dressing up, visiting exciting places, making new friends and of course, jumping up and down in muddy puddles!

Peppa is a loveable, cheeky little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig.  Peppa loves playing games, dressing up, visiting exciting places and making new friends, but her absolute favorite thing is jumping up and down in muddy puddles!

Episodes include:

Bubbles
Emily Elephant
Polly's Holiday
Teddy's Day Out
Mysteries
George's Frind
The Time Capsule
Rock Pools
Mr. Scarecrow
Windy Autumn Day
Recycling
The Boat Pond
Plus the two Bonus Episodes:
Musical Instraments
Picnic
70 Minutes of Peppa Fun!

I just love previewing all of Peppa's fun little shows.  In Bubbles we truly see a diverse cast of characters that teach little ones the importance of seeing everyone the same and not to be judgmental because they are different from us.  Peppa Pig is really just a show that mimics our own lives, just being in animal form.  It makes issues, such as diversity, easier for little ones to understand.

Peppa Pig Bubbles will be available to own on DVD on December 2, 2014.  Pre-order Peppa Pig Bubbles at Amazon for only $12.99.  It would be a great stocking stuffer for your little one this Christmas! 


Peppa Pig comes to us from Kaboom Entertainment and EntertainmentOne.  Each Peppa Pig episode which features everyday activities and themes that preschoolers can relate to, such as going to the playground, swimming, riding bikes, visiting grandparents and having play dates. Peppa Pig episodes support preschoolers' social and emotional development, such as building self-esteem, cooperating, empathizing with others, and identifying and expressing feelings.



With many thanks to Kaboom Entertainment and EntertainmentOne, one person is going to win both of these wonderful Peppa Pig DVDs.  This giveaway will end on November 30, 2014, and is open to US residents 18+ only.

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