Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Wubbzy: Best of Walden - DVD Giveaway


Best of Walden!, the third wubbtastic installment of the “Best of” Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! DVD series from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Starring the one and only Walden, Wubbzy’s good friend and Wuzzleburg’s top thinker, the action-packed new title will take fans nationwide on exciting journeys beginning April 9.

Young viewers will catch Walden’s contagious curiosity for non-stop fun, fun, fun in the stand-out collection of seven engaging episodes! Fans are in for a sweet treat when Walden bakes a marshmallow lasagna for Wubbzy in “Perfecto Party,” plays his “hoopty horn” in “Goo Goo Grief,” and collects figgety-fig leaves with his best pals in “The Last Leaf!” Best of Walden (SRP: $14.98) also features episodes “Mr. Cool,” “Woozy Walden,” “Walden on the Beach” – and a super special bonus episode, “Come Spy with Me!” Cool coloring and activity sheets and dance-inducing music videos are included on the DVD, too!

Produced by Bolder Media, Inc. in association with Starz Media’s Film Roman Animation Studio, Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! has been a hit with young viewers and families since its 2006 premiere on Nickelodeon®. The top-rated series, which airs daily on Nick Jr®, supports preschool social skills – sharing, listening, compromising, helping and appreciating others, self-awareness and the use of humor as a coping skill. Although their world is more fanciful and imaginative than our own, Wubbzy and his friends deal with the same social and developmental issues faced by preschoolers. They learn how they fit into a group, how to understand their own feelings and those of others, how to get along with one another and about the value of friendship and community.

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One person will win Wubbzy: Best of Walden on DVD.

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45 comments:

steve weber said...

Listening is the most important trait out of the list.

VickeC said...

I think you start kids off by sharing an then add the others later

BusyWorkingMama said...

Helping and appreciating others.

Sylvia said...

Helping others

Jessamine Dungo said...

I think listening is the most important thing because if they learn how to listen, then all else follows :)

NwHome steader said...

Its hard to choose from all of them, they are all so important! I think it is a toss up between listening and helping others!

Katie said...

All are important but helping others tops my list

Ken Ohl said...

I would have to say listening for sure. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Georgette C said...

Tough one, but I'll have to go with listening.

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bison61 said...

tough to pick but I like the appreciating others

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kathy pease said...

id say sharing..that was a tough pick

aperry said...

helping and appreciating others

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helping and appreciating others.

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Danielle Lima said...

appreciating others

rubynreba said...

Helping and appreciating others

Sandy VanHoey said...

Helping and appreciating others

Nancy said...

Compromising is most important. Everyone can't always have their own way.

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Klydra Pugh said...

Helping and appreciating others is vital.
Thanks for the chance.

Jackie said...

I think helping and appreciating others is most important.
Thank you!

Sacha Schroeder said...

Compromise! We all should do more of this.

Amanda Rauch said...

I think the most important one is compromising. No matter what you do for a living you have to compromise. And if you have friends or family you definitely need to know the art of compromise!!

Ronalee said...

I think listening is most important

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Suzie Williams said...

Helping others for sure. We put a lot of emphasis on that as a family.

Robin T said...

I think that sharing is important to help foster sharing what you have with others

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Nicole C. said...

I think that helping and appreciating others is the most important.

Becca Ann said...

That is hard because all are extremely important but I guess if I have to choose I would say appreciating others

ape2016 said...

In young children I think listening is most important, but once they reach about 9 I think helping and appreciating others becomes the more important life skill.

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saturdaynightfever said...

Helping!

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Breanne said...

Compromising

brendaelsner said...

Helping and appreciating others

Erica C. said...

Helping & appreciating others.
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ladyt64 said...

I would say listening is the most important. (Roxann)

Jennifer Q. said...

I think helping and appreciating others because if you are doing that you must already have the other traits mastered

Amy Delong said...

they are all equally important
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Wendy Rozema said...

Listening, but I think they are all equally important!

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Listening
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Susan Smoaks said...

appreciating others is the most important to me because if you appreciate you would do all the other things too!

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mary gardner said...

all are important, but especially listening

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Lisa Pecora said...

helping is important

Misha Estrada said...

helping and appreciating others.

Wayne Lecoy said...

please enter me in your giveaway.
It would be great to win
The Wubbzy:Best of Walden DVD
for my neices and nephew.
In response to your question of
Which of these traits do you think is most important (sharing, listening, compromising, or helping and appreciating others).
I think Listening is the most important but these are all traits
you should teach your children.
Thank you for having this giveaway!

candykitn said...

I think they are all good qualities but helping and appreciating others is a top one!

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I think helping and appreciating others is the most important trait.

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