A collection of 26 classic adventures. Including such favourites as: 'The World's Strangest Engine', 'Thomas, Percy And The Squeak', 'Rusty Saves The Day', and 'Toby Had A Little Lamb'.
Well what can I say.....I have four boys!!! This is most definately a popular one in our house. The storylines are fantastic, they incorporate so many different situations. They deal with such lessons as why not to be mean, competitiveness, helping others out, being different and individual and many more great topics. I love that the boys think they are being entertained and at the same time are learning lessons. This particular disc has 26 short stories.... thats value for money. The short stories mean the kids never get bored of it because its a new story often.
The soundtrack for Thomas the Tank Engine is definately catchy. It is one of those childrens tracks that you find yourself walking around the house humming. The characters in Thomas are good strong personalities as well as ones that are unsure of themselves but come through in the end. Again, great lessons learnt.
I cant rave enough about this DVD, definetly a personal choice of ten out of ten for me.
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