Where’s Spot? and Other Stories DVD Review

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Where’s Spot

Kids just love finding Spot. Where’s Spot and Other Stories features six episodes each with their own song. The animated comic dealings of Spot, his mom Sally, and his monkey-friend Steve, hippo-friend Helen are simply great. Kids will definitely enjoy

* Where’s Spot?
* Spot’s Lost Bone
* Spot at the Playground
* Spot Goes to the Park
* Spot Finds a Key
* Spot Goes Splash!

And there’s more. There are three bonus episodes (Spot’s Bath, Spot’s Umbrella, and Spot’s Treehouse), Spot’s Shapes and Colors Game, and Eric Hill reading his book, “Where’s Spot?”

This DVD is appropriate for preschoolers and primary learners alike. Many young readers, aged two to six, already know the adorable yellow puppy from the books by Eric Hill so expect little ones to ask to see it again and again. 30 minutes running time goes quick.

Here’s a clip from the DVD.

Here’s some information on the DVD.

Synopsis:

This April, the BBC celebrates the 30th anniversary of the ever-curious and always adorable puppy, Spot, with the DVD release – Where?s Spot? 30th Anniversary Edition. Based on the signature lift-the-flap children?s books by Eric Hill, the classic TV show – which aired on The Disney Channel?s Playhouse Disney preschool block – follows the adorable children?s icon on everyday adventures as Spot and his friends play at the park, take their first nature walk and splash around in a rain puddle. Where?s Spot? 30th Anniversary Edition boasts six endearing episodes with Spot voiced by Jonathan Taylor Thomas (The Lion King, Home Improvement), and each episode is accompanied by its own special song. Additionally, the DVD contains three bonus episodes in which the beloved puppy voiced by actor Hayley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense, Pay it Forward), along with a reading of Where?s Spot by author Eric Hill and two interactive games.

BONUS FEATURES

  • Three bonus episodes: Spot?s Bath, Spot?s Umbrella and Spot?s Treehouse (voiced by Osment)
  • Spot?s Colors and Shapes Game
  • Author Eric Hill reads Where?s Spot?

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