P. King Duckling, Seize the Day! * DVD Review

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P. King Duckling, Seize the Day!

DVD Release Date: September 14, 2017
Run Time: 154 minutes
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Shout! Kids
SMRP Price: $14.93
Available online


Official Shout Synopsis:
Adventure takes flight with the plucky P. King Duckling!

Meet P. King, a slightly hapless but intrepid young duck, and his two best friends, Chumpkins (a sarcastic pig) and Wombat (who helps P. King with his schemes even though she knows better)! Together, they work to “seize the day” – which always leads to wild adventures and hilarious consequences!

Created by the award-winning Josh Selig (Sesame Street, Wonder Pets!) and featuring music from Grammy winner Marty Beller of They Might Be Giants, P. King Duckling is a wholly satisfying family experience that engages children in problem-solving and creative thinking – all while quacking you up!

Episodes include:
Wombat’s Big Surprise / A Hill With A View
Speed King Duckling / P. King’s Cool Castle
The Dog Fish / P. King’s Great Jog
Fowl Fashion / A Day With A Panda
Will You Be My Mentor? / It’s A Wonderful Chumpkins
Wombats In The Wild/ Hi-Ho Inflato-Man!
The Tetherball King / P. King’s Cookie Farm
Accompanying Bonus:
Fun Activity Book

As I See It:
P. King Duckling, Chumpkins, and Wombat are always out and about doing from Hilly Hole rural to around the world.  No matter where they go–a surprise party, the view from the top, the Hillyapolis Grand Prix, an ice castle, Siberian dogfish, jogging–its fun watching them as they solve life problems.

My Opinion Only:
Disney Junior P. King Duckling’s short entertaining and educational episodes work especially well for the 2-7  years old audience.   It is solid child-friendly entertainment because it combines both humor and creative thinking in its cartoon storylines.  Friendship, imagination, and teamwork Watching  simply animated ducklings, pigs, and wombats experience problems humans experience then  a deal with them sends out positive messages of friendship, co-operation, and teamwork.


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