Peppa Pig Holiday DVD’s Review

Airing daily on Nick Jr., Peppa Pig follows the adventures of Peppa, a loveable, exuberant little piggy who lives with her brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa’s favorite things include playing games, dressing up, spending days outdoors, and jumping in muddy puddles. All episodes are wholesome entertainment for the entire family; Peppa’s adventures always end happily with loud snorts of laughter.
DVD Synopsis
“Peppa’s Christmas” is a fun-filled new holiday DVD featuring 12 hilarious “peppasodes” full of snorts, laughter – and lots of muddy puddles! In “Peppa’s Christmas,” young fans will join the exuberant Peppa and her family as they celebrate the holidays by decorating the tree, penning letters to Santa, singing carols and more! Other adventures include a voyage to Pirate Island, a visit to the dentist, an exploration of Granny and Grandpa’s attic, and a walk in the countryside.
In “Bubbles,” Peppa brings viewers along on lots of exciting adventures, beginning with learning how to make really big bubbles. She also meets a special new friend, solves a mystery, goes on a family picnic, enjoys a visit from Granny and Grandpa’s Polly Parrot, discovers a time capsule and much more! With over an hour of engaging entertainment, including two bonus episodes, “Bubbles” is bursting with fun!
Even though Peppa is a girl, my boys really enjoy this show and all Peppa’s adventures. This is a cartoon that I do not mind them watching, and that I can actually tolerate having on my TV. I love that the episodes are fun and cute, without crossing any lines. The episodes always end happy, and while real life may not actually be that way, I love seeing my boys laugh and enjoy shows like this. We are all about the holiday movies now, and they love watching their favorite characters in their holiday movies and episodes. These DVD’s are filled with the cutest and funniest Peppa episodes, and my kids stay entertained for hours!

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