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'Guess How Much I Love You: Friendship Adventures' DVD Review

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'Guess How Much I Love You: Friendship Adventures'


Little Nutbrown Hare and his friends Field Mouse, Little Grey Squirrel, Little Redwood Fox and Little White Owl all enjoy playing in the woods. They look for autumn leaves and play hide and boo and many other entertaining games. There is more than just games to this DVD they are learning how to play and get along with each other. The stories allow you and your children to talk about how children should interact with others. This is something that as a teacher I have seen less and less in my kids. It's as if it is not being taught in the home any more. Children cannot just go to school and learn everything. They must be getting some knowledge from their parents and they don't seem to be getting it anymore.

Little Nutbrown hare is always talking with his father about problems that he may have with his friends. Parents and children can sit down with this DVD and learn together as a family and how to simply speak with one another.

E One Entertainment has brought together these stories and made one excellent DVD learning tool about life. The adventures are simple and children will understand the characters. The graphics and sounds are excellent and make one beautiful video.

The DVD is available and it would be a nice gift for your children on Valentine's Day. So if you want a warm hug from your child or grandchild then go out and pick this up. It will be a joy that you will always cherish with your children. Happy Valentines Day.


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