“The ‘Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!’ DVD series continues to delight young viewers and their families with each new release,” said Erin Carter, Executive Director of Brand Marketing for Anchor Bay Entertainment. “We’re thrilled to launch the latest addition, ‘A Wuzzleburg Tale,’ which perfectly captures the essence of the popular program – with valuable life lessons for preschoolers and a ‘happily ever after!’ – in each episode.”
Throughout the six charming adventures in “A Wuzzleburg Tale,” Wubbzy and his best pals, Walden, Widget and Daizy, encounter different fairytale characters, situations and challenges that all lead to social skills-building fun! Preschoolers will travel through the Enchanted Grove with Wubbzy and Daizy as they search for a pickleberry bush for Widget in “Once Upon A Wubbzy”; solve the big mystery of why Wubbzy’s closest friends go missing on his birthday in “The Big Birthday Mystery” and try on a whole new size with Wubbzy and Daizy as they shrink themselves down with Widget’s Shrinky Dinky 3000 in “Welcome To The Dollhouse.”
Additional episodes on the DVD include: “Happily Ever After,” where Wubbzy is delighted by the fairytale of the Hopping Dipple-Dop; “Too Many Wubbzys,” when Wubbzy learns that being in two places at once can pose a problem and “Focus Wubbzy!,” in which Wubbzy learns the importance of responsibility, listening to instructions and paying attention. The new release also delivers to Wubbzy fans “wubbtastic” coloring and activity sheets and music videos that will have them singing along!
“Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!,” a hit with young viewers and their families since its 2006 TV premiere on Nickelodeon®, currently airs daily on Nick Jr. Wubbzy is a fun, lovable, curious little guy who just likes to play, play, play with his friends in the eye-popping town of Wuzzleburg. The top-rated series 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.
“Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!” is produced by Bolder Media, Inc. in association with Starz Media’s Film Roman Animation Studio. It is a worldwide hit that is broadcast in 100+ countries. Susan Miller (co-producer of Ella Enchanted) and Fred Seibert (executive producer of “The FairlyOdd Parents”) are the executive producers of the show created by Emmy Award winner Bob Boyle (producer of “The FairlyOdd Parents”).
When DD was a toddler, one of her favorite shows is Wow! Wow! Wubbzy. It was something she watched almost daily. Now that she is 6 years old, she has outgrown the show, but baby G is following his sister's footsteps and he is a fan of the show now. The show is silly and fun, it keeps my little guy entertained. When it comes on in the mornings, I could get a few minutes of peace while baby G's full attention is on the TV screen. I get to shower and even load some laundry in the washer. Although baby G could catch the show when it airs on TV, the nice thing about owning the Wuzzleburg Tale DVD is that he could watch it whenever he wants -- even when we are in long car rides. This DVD has 6 episodes and lasts about 70 minutes. It also has coloring and activity sheets along with music videos. While baby G loves all of the episodes, he especially loves to dance to the music videos.
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