Holiday Season is in full gear! Isn’t that so exciting! With the holiday season here, what better way to enjoy than sitting down with some holiday movies. NCircle Entertainment recently sent me a few holiday movies and I like to tell my readers about them, because I feel they would be wonderful additions to your holiday repertoire!
The five movies from NCircle Entertainment include Happy Holidays WordFriends, Twas A Dinosaur, The Cat in the Hat know a lot about Christmas, The Wiggles It’s Always Christmas with You, and Puppy Party! All of these DVDS are a wonderful addition to your holiday movies and are fun for kids of all ages! I highly suggest you pick up these titles for the upcoming holiday season!
- “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas” (NEW) – premiering this fall on PBS, this new DVD was specially-produced to ring in the 2012 holiday season, and features the voice of Martin Short as the Cat.
- “Dino Dan ‘Twas a Dinosaur” (NEW) – follow the adventures of paleontologist-in-training Dan Henderson as he learns what might have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, tracks down a Euplocephalus, and gives the poem “The Night Before Christmas” a new spin!
- “Happy Holidays WordFriends” – a fun and festive DVD from the multiple Emmy Award-winning PBS Kids series, WordWorld, featuring three episodes – The Christmas Star, A Christmas Present for Dog, and Duck’s Family Reunion – plus a bonus music video, Dancing Dog.
- “It’s Always Christmas With You” – the most recent holiday DVD from The Wiggles is a real treat for the entire family, filled with 14 original new tunes and seasonal favorites. The DVD features special celebrity guests (including ‘N Sync’s Joey Fatone) in performances filmed around the globe.
- “Puppy Party” – available in fetching holiday packaging, this adorable live-action DVD from Animal Atlas features Milo, the adorable Labrador Puppy, who’s invited over 25 puppy pals to a party! Filled with facts and antics, and an ideal treat for animal lovers young and old.
* I was provided these DVDs for review purposes. As always, all my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.