NCircle Entertainment has 2 great DVDs out for Halloween! Both I'm happy to add to my Halloween collection which used to only consist of It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown! :)
Word World: Kooky Spooky Halloween
A Kooky Spooky Halloween:
The WordFriends get their share of scares the night before Halloween, when Pig sleep walks and everyone thinks he's a ghost!
Sheep's Halloween Costume:
Sheep is making herself a super special fairy costume to wear for the big Halloween party. But what will she do when her WordFriends need pieces of her costume for their own use?
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!: Tricks and Treats
A new spooky adventure this DVD brings,
with The Cat, Nick and Sally, Fish and the Things.
Meet the eeriest critters you have ever seen,
arrived just in time for this Halloween!
There'll be lots of tricks and, of course lots of treats,
to share with the animal friends you will meet!
There's a coconut crab, spider monkeys and bats,
and plenty more fun with The Cat in the Hat!
My kids love Word World and Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! so these were an easy sell. I'm always impressed with the objects they make look like words and I always end up learning something from the Cat. :) It's also nice to have some non-scary, pure fun shows to watch for Halloween.
The DVDs are approx. 30 minutes long and they are around $6 at many retailers near you or at NCircle Entertainment.
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