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Dino Dan: Ready? Set? Dino!
Do you have little paleontologists-in-training in the house? Fans of Dinosaur Train? Get ready for another educational and entertaining look into the world of prehistoric creatures. The cool thing about Dino Dan is his imagination brings realistic-looking dinos into his real-world experiments. Watch as Dan races a triceratops on a go-cart track or solves the mystery of which dinosaur stole flowers from a dinner party — my guess, it’s definitely a herbivore.
The best part: The episodes are quick little shots of information and dinosaur adventures to keep the kids amused! This new release, Dino Dan: Ready? Set? Dino! features five episodes and three specials with a total running time of 60 minutes. I have to say that is one useful hour. And parents, if you end up sitting in on any of the episodes, you’ll find yourself challenged. Who’s the fastest dino — the T-Rex or spinosaurus? You’ll have to watch to find out!
Stella and Sam: Follow Me
The adventures of Stella and Sam, a big sister-little brother duo, fly off the storybook pages and onto the small screen with ease. This new DVD release has six episodes and two bonus ones and follows the independent, opinionated, redheaded Stella, and her little bro, Sam, a curious and eager explorer. Tagging along is their lovable and sometimes logical dog, Fred. These episodes are just as fun and entertaining as the books; like when the kids perform music for sheep in the meadow or become detectives in the case of the missing “Skippy,” the perfect stone for skipping. Plus this DVD has episodes that feature all the seasons in the year.
Let us know an adventure you and your family have gone on recently and you could win a combo pack of Dino Dan and Stella and Sam on DVD!
To be awarded on a first come first served basis to those who leave a comment below, until inventory is depleted. Quantities are limited at the discretion of Rogers. You must be a Canadian resident, 18 years or older, excluding residents of Quebec. No cash value.