I loved Strawberry Shortcake when I was little, and it is great that she is still so popular. I was excited to see The Strawberry Shortcake movie: Sky's the Limit, and happy to see that Strawberry and her friends look almost the same as they did when I was little. This all new, never seen before full-length movie, came out on September 15th! I highly suggest owning this one, especially if you have younger children (or you loved Strawberry Shortcake when you were little). My daughter, Madelyn (age 2 1/2) loves this movie!!
The beginning of the movie shares how important it is to know car safety from AAA. This was a little education for my kids, and they didn't mind the mini "commercial."
Strawberry Shortcake, Plum Pudding, Orange Blossom and her other friends spend their days at the Berry Café, laughing and having fun with their neighbors in Berry Bitty City. Berry Bitty City is powered by berry juice, and after a major storm hits, the girls must design a solution to restore the local water supply, and teach everyone in town to stay positive despite life's many challenges. I love that this all new movie really promotes having faith in yourself to achieve big things...even if you are little.
Included in the DVD is DVD-ROM Printable coloring pages and a music video: "Café Cabaret" Sing Along.
From Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and American Greetings Corporation, this DVD is available for a suggested retail price of $19.98 U.S./$21.98 Canada.
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