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In The Night Garden - Hello Everybody! (4 Discs)

Featuring: Holly Denoon, Rebecca Hyland & Isaac Blake

Format: DVD | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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| | See all YummyMummy321's reviews (1)

Fairly Quick Delivery Which Was Free :)
These DVD's Are:
Excellent Value For Money,
Brilliant Quality
& Keep My Very Active Little Girl Entertained For Hours!

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And what a bargain.. When my daughter 1st started watching in the night garden when she was a little one *shes now 4 nearly* i payed over 14.99 just for one dvd,my daughter no longer likes it *or so she says* so i pre ordered this box set for my little boy for xmas,on seeing it my daughter wasnt very impressed she said she likes it also but only upsy daisy and tomliboos so i have now seperated the boxset and my daughter has 2 dvds for xmas and my son has iggle piggle,makka pakka dvd.worked out fine in the end.very happy with 10/10 xx

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  Magical and Endearing

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I have the the first 2 of this set of 4 and they cost around £9.99 each. It wold even be worth me buying the set again, to get the last 2 for less. So a fabulous bargain for all 4!!

The dvd's have 5 episodes each on them related to the character listed mainly (and obviously all the other characters). There are also special features: Nap Mode - which when you select an individual episode and select this option, leaves Iggle Piggle in his boat on the sea moving and no music, so they fal off to sleep; Time to Go to Sleep - click on the characters and they each say goodnight; Audio Commentary - with Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport.

All of the board books are worth buying:

My little girl is not even 2 years old and fell in love with the In the Night Garden series ever since she started watching it from about 6 months old. She can sing all of the songs and recognises the characters.

She happily sits and reads the books and points out the characters and remembers the words (as they relate to the rhymes and songs that are familiar in the tv programme).

The books, dvd's and toys in theis series are all pretty good value as children relate to them and love them.

A great way to help your children learn through play and become familiar with books and reading. Also lovely storylines.

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