DVD Movie Review: Baby Einstein, Baby Da Vinci

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DVD Movie Review: Baby Einstein, Baby Da Vinci

DVD Review: Baby Einstein, Baby Da VinciSynopsis:
Baby da Vinci: From head to Toe" introduces babies and toddlers to their eyes, ears, mouth and nose, as well as their hands and feet in three different languages--English, Spanish and French!

This whimsical introduction to the human form features delightful imagery of children, animals, puppets, famous paintings and sculptures, classical music, and every child's favorite interactive song, "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes."

Cast: the Baby Einstein puppets

Prices and where to buy it:
You can buy the DVD Baby Einstein, Baby Da Vinci at Amazon.com

Critic Quotes and Reviews:
BABY EINSTEIN: BABY DA VINCI is a delightful introduction to the human body accompanied by classical music. Babies are treated to imagery of children, animals, puppets, famous paintings and sculptures while they become acquainted with their eyes, ears, nose, mouth, feet, and hands. Buy.com

DVD Information:
Format: DVD, Standard TV Format
Genre: Kids, Family, Educative
Runtime: 33 minutes
Screen Aspect Ratio: Standard 1.33:1 [4:3]
Sound Quality: English, French, Spanish
Subtitles: -
Media Quantity: 1 DVD Disc

Other Information and Links:
Studio: Buena Vista / Walt Disney Video
Original Release Date: -
DVD Release Date: 8/10/2004

DVD Features:

  • Interactive Menus
  • Scene Selection
  • Toy Chest
  • The Five Senses
  • Puppet Shows
  • Story Time With "Mimi's Toes"
  • Repeat Play
  • Language Tracks (French And Spanish)
  • Discovery Cards

Official Information:
Baby Einstein Baby da Vinci: From Head To Toe is a playful and engaging introduction to the body for babies and toddlers. Little ones will learn to identify their head, shoulders, knees, toes, and more in three languages! This fun and interactive exploration features delightful puppet shows, real images of children and animals, and famous paintings set to the beautiful music of Bach, Morley, and Vivaldi.


 

 

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