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GIVEAWAY: Organa Kids DVDs! (US) -CLOSED-

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Organa Kids has some great animated stories from around the world.  This new DVD series launches today and is geared toward preschool age children.   I love this collection of stories.  Both Happy Valley and Castle Farm have great music and give kids a look at an animated England.  My kids really enjoy the characters and animals in the dvds.  I also like the animation in each of them.  It feels really original and fun.  My daughter loved the one episode in Happy Valley about brushing your teeth, I think she learned a new trick :)
Castle Farm:
Like a child’s drawing brought to life, Castle Farm is a gentle series from England full of color and colorful characters.  Join Farm Girl, Piggy, Leonard, Farmer and all the barnyard animals as they solve mysteries, fix things, get chores done, play games and learn lessons about friendship, responsibility and having fun.  Each vignette is filled with its own tiny adventure that will engage youngsters again and again.

A charming series also from England, is set in a beautiful countryside by the sea.  Using traditional and contemporary nursery rhymes and songs, each episode tells a story about the children who live in the valley as they learn about the world around them.  Whether taking a school trip, visiting grandparents, or a simple walk in nature, the tales are endearing and captivating and appeal to even the youngest of viewers. 

Castle Farm and Happy Valley are available for $14.95 each.

One reader will win Vol. 1 of Castle Farm and Happy Valley! US only

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Giveaway will end Thursday September 8th at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  I was given the above dvds to review.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.  
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