Baby Einstein: Neighborhood Animals (2002)

Video   |    |  Short, Family, Music



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19 June 2006 | Catherine_Grace_Zeh
9
| Really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational video
Wow! This is a really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational video. I said that because I watch this on DVD with my 17-month-old nephew from time to time. If you ask me, this is a really cute DVD. I said that because it's really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational. Still, I think that all the Baby Einstein videos are really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that the Baby Einstein company really knows how to reach a toddler's developing mind. Now, in conclusion, if you have children, nieces, or nephews, I strongly recommend this really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational video.

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Genres

Short | Family | Music

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Release Date:

5 November 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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