May 29, 2013

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! "Best of Walden" DVD Review

If you children are like mine, then they love Wubbzy and his friends.  This DVD is packed with all of Walden's funniest and silliest episodes.  My children, ages 3 and 5, absolutely love this movie.  They watch it over and over.  Seriously, they do!

Wubbzy is one of the healthiest children's shows in my opinion.  It actually teaches children great values.  An example of this is one of the episodes Wubbzy and friends try and make Walden "cool" only to realize in the end not to change people because they are "cool" just the way they are. 

We’re thrilled to present Best of Walden!, the third wubbtastic installment of the “Best of” Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! DVD series from Anchor Bay Entertainment.  Starring the one and only Walden, Wubbzy’s good friend and Wuzzleburg’s top thinker, the action-packed new title will take fans nationwide on exciting journeys beginning April 9.

Young viewers will catch Walden’s contagious curiosity for non-stop fun, fun, fun in the stand-out collection of seven engaging episodes!  Fans are in for a sweet treat when Walden bakes a marshmallow lasagna for Wubbzy in “Perfecto Party,” plays his “hoopty horn” in “Goo Goo Grief,” and collects figgety-fig leaves with his best pals in “The Last Leaf!”  Best of Walden (SRP: $14.98) also features episodes “Mr. Cool,” “Woozy Walden,” “Walden on the Beach” – and a super special bonus episode, “Come Spy with Me!”  Cool coloring and activity sheets and dance-inducing music videos are included on the DVD, too!
Produced by Bolder Media, Inc. in association with Starz Media’s Film Roman Animation Studio, Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! has been a hit with young viewers and families since its 2006 premiere on Nickelodeon®.

The top-rated series, which airs daily on Nick Jr®, supports preschool social skills – sharing, listening, compromising, helping and appreciating others, self-awareness and the use of humor as a coping skill.  Although their world is more fanciful and imaginative than our own, Wubbzy and his friends deal with the same social and developmental issues faced by preschoolers.  They learn how they fit into a group, how to understand their own feelings and those of others, how to get along with one another and about the value of friendship and community.

Be sure to pick up a copy of "Best of Walden" at your local retailer.  Your children will love it and learn some great values along the way!

The product(s) provided for the review were sent to me free of charge from the company or the PR agency. I did not receive monetary compensation for this review. The opinions expressed are 100% my own.

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