I think the major appeal is the innocent, endearing big eyes of these adorable cartoon animals and certainly they are filled with more cuteness than should rightfully be allowed in one critter.
Tomorrow, January 15, 2013, Shout! Factory Kids, in collaboration with Hasbro Studios, will release Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures , the first DVD collection based on Hasbro’s popular LITTLEST PET SHOP brand and new animated series .
In "Little Pets, Big Adventure," a young girl, Blythe Baxter, moves into a new apartment with her father and soon discovers there's something a bit curious going on downstairs - she's just happened to move above The Little Pet Shop. And even more curious, she can actually understand and communicate with all the pets who hang out there!
Five exciting and engaging episodes spin the tales of Blythe and her Littlest Pet Shop store pet friends including a doggie diva, dancing gecko, and a sweet, adorable panda. Their fantastical adventures include uproarious song-and-dance sequences featuring all-new original music by Daytime Emmy® Award nominee Daniel Ingram and the vocal talent of Ashleigh Ball, Tabitha St. Germain, Nicole Oliver and Peter New.
Each episode is a visual treat to watch and contains age appropriate and interesting plots. I also like that each episode includes positive messages like encouraging children to value friendship, help those in need, and to be considerate of others.
The Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures DVD also features some terrific bonus content including coloring sheets, a new featurette “A Look Behind The Pet Shop Doors.” and includes an offer for a virtual Collectable Pet on the Littlest Pet Shop App.
You can find The Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures DVD at your local retailer and online, (currently available for pre-sale on Amazon.)
The Littlest Pet Shop cartoon series airs on The Hub TV Network in the US.
Disclosure: A copy of The Littlest Pet Shop: Little Pets, Big Adventures was provided for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions are solely that of Rural Mom.