Monday, March 24, 2014

Music Monday / Children's Movie Review: Winnie the Pooh- Springtime with Roo

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All this week we'll be featuring books and videos perfect for Easter giving, 
to give you plenty of time to pick them up!


winnite the pooh- springtime with roo cover

Just re-released on the 11th, in time for the first day of Spring last week (which was when Miss Grace checked it out!), this new Winnie the Pooh video is perfect for putting in your favorite child's Easter basket this year!

Synopsis: 
Now on Digital High Definition and Blu-ray for the first time, Springtime With Roo leaps out to enchant a whole new generation! 

Each year, Rabbit plays Easter Bunny, but this year, he’s decided it’s “Spring Cleaning Day,” and he orders everyone to hop to it: scrubbing, dusting, and mopping. All his pals are disappointed – especially little Roo – until Rabbit learns that putting others first and showing friends how much you care turns every day into a precious gift. Sparkling with unforgettable songs and a never-before-seen bonus treat, this delightful “egg-stravaganza” shows why love, hope and friendship are always in full bloom in the Hundred Acre Wood!

It's also great for Music Monday, as it has a great Bonus Feature: GET UP AND DANCE! Kids and Families can get into the spirit of Easter by dancing to Rabbit’s Easter song! Check it out:




Miss Grace has always loved Winnie the Pooh and she was thrilled to get this new movie! In fact, we had to sit through it twice in a row! That is always a sign that she LOVED the movie! By using the past as a means to the present, ala Scrooge concept,  this movie shows kids how we can share love and friendship in many ways, that might necessarily NOT be the way we want to share them. This is a hard lesson for kids to learn- that 'their' way is not always right. And this video gets it right in showing how good it can be to experience a different way of doing things. It also provides a great opportunity to discuss friendship and ways of doing things after the movie.

We highly recommend it!


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