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Piglet's Big Movie

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Where is Piglet?

    Piglet learns that sometimes being small is good. When you are small or not too tall you can help in a "big" way. You will learn the lesson that being small may allow you to do things "big" people can not accomplish. Join Piglet and the gang on a "big" adventure in the 100 acre wood, you will not be disappointed. **Great family entertainment for children eight (8) and younger with their parents or guardians.If you enjoy this DVD you should try this DVD, "Mama, Do You Love Me?" by Betty Birney (with Doors of Wonder).This is a review for that DVD: (review title: 4ever & Always)Who is Nyla? Who is Rascal? Why are they important to this story? These and many other questions will be answered during the course of this DVD. For young learners, ages 4 to 8 years old, this is a good DVD. Its length of about 25 minutes is appropriate for youth 4 to 8. "Mama, Do You Love Me?" by Betty Birney (with Doors of Wonder) is about the celebration of the arrival of spring, it has a wonderful storyline and the illustrations are sure to fascinate viewers. This DVD is informative, educational, and entertaining. You may use this in the classroom as part of cultural celebrations and/or family relationships. **Good sound track and narration.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    My 3-year-old loves it

    This is the only full-length movie my 3-year-old can watch all the way through without getting scared or bored. Any Disney movie inevitably has a villain that scares her (with good reason!). This is just wholesome, sweet and cute - the scariest thing in it is almost falling in the water and being lost in a rainstorm. I find it to be really sweet (I'll admit I cry at the end every time I watch it). Good lessons about the importance of friends helping each other. The music is nice too (by Carly Simon). Very enjoyable for little ones.

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    Posted October 3, 2010

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