I followed Abbey Home Media (@AbbeyKids) on twitter. When they were looking for bloggers to review their latest DVD: The New Adventures of Harry and his Bucket full of Dinosaurs – School’s Out, I jumped at the chance! I am so glad that I did as both of my children really enjoy watching it and are glued to the show. The theme music is very catchy and both the children have been singing to it.
It is about a magical journey into Dino World as Harry jumps into his magical blue bucket and his prehistoric toys spring to life! His six Dino friends are: Taury, Trike, Pterence, Patsy, Sid and Steggy. It was released on 6th August 2012 and the running time is 66 minutes approximate. Currently, Harry and his Bucket Full of Dinosaurs Series 1 and 2 are shown at Channel 5.
Featuring 6 Super Episodes:
- School’s Out: When Harry comes home with exciting tales from his day at school, the Dinos wish that they could go to school too!
- Hurray for Pizza: In his Dinos adventure, Harry opens his pizza shop to make pizza and gets the order messed up.
- Superheroes Don’t Dance: His Dinos want him to go to his friend’s party, but superhero Harry want to fight and save the planet.
- Is that Really a Lamp?: In Dinos world, they meet a genie and Harry takes over his job when he goes on holiday.
- I want to Help: Harry wants to help his mum to paint the house but he messed it up. When he and his Dinos friends go for an adventure, they meet another Dino, Nancy who cause a lot of problems for them.
- Somebody’s Moving: Harry saw their neighbour moving and wants to be a mover when he grow up. In Dinos world, they help Mr Snow to move house and the penguins play a trick on them.
I would rate this DVD 4.5 stars out of 5! The DVD has been released nicely to coincide with the summer holiday and it has already been a life saver for me to pop the DVD on for the kids when I need to get a moments peace.
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