Get to know Organa – multicultural DVDs for kids! {review & giveaway}

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We were privileged to get to review the newest DVD from Organa Kids called "Nelly & Caesar."  Organa was established in 1995 with the mission to introduce American families to stories from around the world.  These stories help promote multiculturalism, original storytelling, and interactivity.  

Following with the OrganaKids mission, "Nelly and Caesar" is a set of tales from France, starring a mouse named Nelly and a frog named Caesar and their friends.  Captain Fussybuckets and Baby D have really enjoyed getting to know Nelly, Caesar, and all of their friends.  The graphics on "Nelly and Caesar" are charming and adorable!  The episodes are warm and inviting and encourage the kids watching to join them in a game, inspired by the story.  It is aimed for children ages 2-6, but Baby D loves it at 18 months, too!

Captain Fussybuckets really enjoys all of the "Nelly and Caesar" episodes and the boys have to get up and dance to the cute theme song, too!

"Nelly and Caesar" offer teaching moments and different scenarios to talk about with your kids.  Like the scene from above, the Captain and I talked about being nice to everyone, even those who are younger than you!  "Nelly and Caesar" offers entertainment, along with simple to understand, every day lessons!

You can buy "Nelly and Caesar" and all of the other Organa DVDs at their website.  This particular DVD sells for $19.95.  Also, be sure to follow Organa on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, to stay up to date on all the latest DVDs!

OrganaKids wants to give one Life With Captain Fussybuckets reader their own copy of "Nelly and Caesar:  Volume 1" to enjoy!  Just enter in the Rafflecopter form below.  Giveaway ends at 11:01 PM, central time, on July 10, 2012!  Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Maegan Morin says:

    I would also like to see Castle Farm

  2. Daniel M says:

    stories from the east of the moon

  3. Margot C says:

    Castle Farm looks good too.

  4. Aline Grigorian says:

     

    ADVENTURES OF MOUSE & MOLE

     

  5. Paula Tavernie says:

    The Adventures of Mouse and Mole!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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