Monday, February 6, 2012

Review: Everything's Rosie - The Greatest Show in the Garden DVD

Parents rejoice, the smash hit CBeebies show ‘Everything’s Rosie’ has finally come to DVD. The series has been charming 5 million children per episode, and on viewing this DVD it is plain to see why. The episodes offer a beautifully animated bright vibrant world, with likable characters and great voice work.

New girl in town, Rosie has a series of adventures with her colourful group of friends - embarking on journeys of discovery, fun, and everyday conundrums.

Rosie lives with her friend Raggles in the playhouse of every child's dreams. The Playhouse stands high on a hill, overlooking their favourite playground where you are sure to find Rosie and her friends - Will, Holly, Big Bear and Bluebird.

I always find when it comes to shows aimed for young ones (especially on DVD), if its tolerable for the parents to sit and watch along it has done its job. I can safely say Everything's Rosie succeeds in this and each episode helps promote that it is ok to ask for help, the importance of friendship, and appreciate the diversity in a group and community of people. Each episode of the animated series takes a seemingly everyday situation that pre-schoolers might face for the first time and finds a refreshingly different way to deal with it. Children seem genuinely captivated by the episodes and react and interact with the episodes in a positive way.

Verdict:
Everything's Rosie is high quality preschool programing that will appeal to both girls and boys in addition to keeping them enchanted and entertained with tales that focus on friendship and fun.
4/5
The DVD contains 13 episodes and runs for over 2 hours and is available on DVD now.




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Everything's Rosie is shown on what channel in the UK?

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