The Barney: The Land of Make Believe synopsis says "Join the adventure with Barney, BJ™ and Baby Bop™ as they discover anything can happen in The Land of Make Believe! When a lost, young princess from a storybook magically appears, Barney and his friends set out on a quest to help her find her way home. Along the way, they swim with dolphins, see a beautiful mermaid and even meet a magician! Come along for a story as big as your imagination!"
The Barney: Let’s Make Music synopsis says "It's time for a musical adventure at Barney's Fantasy Fair! When a little girl named Melanie dreams of playing her violin in a talent show, Barney, BJ and Baby Bop help her realize her dreams with the help of a new dino friend, Riff™, who knows how to find music everywhere! Riff shows the friends all about music and sounds as they sing favorite songs, play games and ride amazing rides! They also discover that some dreams are even bigger than they imagined. So head to the fair, join the fun and let’s make music together!"
The Barney: Night Before Christmas – The Movie synopsis says "It’s a memorable Christmas Eve as Barney, BJ and Baby Bop take their friends on a musical journey to the North Pole and bring them face to face with Santa Claus! The excitement builds as Santa gives his guests a once-in-a-lifetime tour of his brightly decorated home. The children discover his antique music box, see amazing displays of his favorite toys and climb aboard his train for an incredible ride. When Mrs. Claus notices that the elves need help finishing up last minute Christmas chores, she escorts the group to Santa’s Toy Factory. Join BJ, Baby Bop and the children as they wait patiently to hear the sound of sleigh bells and share in the most magical night of the year with Barney!"
Now I am not a fan of Barney by any stretch of the imagination, but my kids seem to be glued to the television when he is on TV. So I guess that's one for the big purple dinosaur. Since my kids are now growing beyond watching Barney, and are now wanting to watch Superman, and Ninja Turtle's it is hard to have them sit still for most anything with those being the exception.
Recommendation: Both girls really enjoyed watching the DVD's but found it hard to stay focused as there really isn't enough action on this show. For those parents that still have children who are into Barney, I do believe that Barney does provide children with great morals and teaches them to share and work together and use their imagination. I still don't know that I would pay $20 to have an actual Barney DVD brought into my home by choice.
Program Website: Barney www.barney.com
Facebook: Barney http://www.facebook.com/barney
Facebook: Lionsgate https://www.facebook.com/LionsgateShop
YouTube: Barney www.youtube.com/HITBarney
Year of Production: 2013
Title Copyright: © 2013 Lyons Partnership, L.P. The Barney name and character, related characters and the overlapping dino spots and Barney and star logos are trademarks of Lyons Partnership, L.P. Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. and other countries.
Type: TV on DVD
Rating: Not Rated
Age Target: 1-5 years old
Closed Captioned: English
Feature Run Time: 163 minutes
DVD Format: 4x3 Full Screen (1.33:1)
DVD Audio Status: English and Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital
Giveaway: Lionsgate is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers A Barney®: Imagine with Barney DVD of their own!
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