Sesame Street: Let's Eat
This collection of songs for kids, which make learning about eating right fun for everyone, gets a simple presentation for its release on DVD. Sesame Street: Let's Eat -- Funny Food Songs has been transferred to disc in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo; the songs are performed in English, with no multiple language options or bonus materials included, though the DVD does allow individual selections to be accessed with ease.
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- Sesame Street
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- [Dolby Digital]
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2. Planet Storybook [3:48]
3. Cereal Girl [2:03]
4. Blueberry Mouth Song [3:53]
5. Pasta Surprise [3:19]
6. Telly's Healthy Lunch [4:07]
7. Healthy Food [2:40]
8. You Don't Have to Be a Grizzly Bear to Eat Some Honey [4:55]
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We borrowed this from the library and I liked it so much I had to buy a copy (for my son, of course). :-) The only gripe I have is that it is only 30 minutes. Grover is a waiter in a restaurant, serving the same customer from the tv skits I remember watching back in the 70s. The Planet Storybook theme is cute, the songs are catchy, and my 2 year old loves it. Bonus: no annoying Elmo. My son doesn't seem to mind, either, because it is very entertaining. Only one boring part, when they're picking the bluberries. The song is a bit slow and the berry picking scenes just aren't that riveting. But the rest more than makes up for it.