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Review: Shaun The Sheep "We Wish EWE a Merry Christmas" DVD

Man I love Shaun the Sheep.  And I love hearing my kids giggle.  This DVD gives me both! :)   The first episode is We Wish Ewe A Merry Christmas which is my favorite and one that we will watch every year.  Funny AND heartwarming :):)

Another fav is Fireside Favorite when Bitzer gets a cold.  The green claylike dripping snot is hard to watch, but it's HILARIOUS!  I also love that the target age is 2-60...SO TRUE!

DVD Synopsis: ‘Tis the season to be woolly, with Shaun the Sheep and his farmyard friends. Frolic with the flock as they decorate the farmhouse for The Farmer, watch Bitzer and Pidsley battle for a spot by the fire, join a massive snowball fight and much more in these seven hilarious episodes from the Oscar®-winning creators of Wallace and Gromit™.

Episodes:
We Wish Ewe A Merry Christmas
Snowed In
Fireside Favorite
An Ill Wind
Bitzer's New Hat
Chip Off the Old Block
Shirley Whirley

Bonus Features:
Sheep Shearing Game
Timmy Time Sneak Peak - Timmy's Tune #1



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Run Time:  45 minutes

I received above DVD for free to conduct review.  No other compensation was received.
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