Thursday, November 20, 2014

Happy Holidays With NCircle Entertainment

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NCircle Entertainment is spreading holiday cheer with their newly released holiday movie collection. The Booper is a huge fan of Caillou and Octonauts so these two holiday movies are getting him ready for Christmas. He's all about making his wish list, and if he didn't already have these movies I'm sure they would be on the list! The Snowman movie is making him wish for snow, though I'm not sure I agree with him that we need enough snow to build the biggest snowman ever. Read more about these exciting kid's movies below and enter for a chance to win them. Don't miss the holiday hop below for more chances to win fun prizes. 

The Snowman

One crisp, winter morning, a young boy wakes up to find a thick blanket of snow has covered the ground as far as the eye can see.  Filled with excitement, the boy decides to build a snowman using a tangerine for his nose, coal for his buttons and eyes, and tops him off with a hat and scarf.  Later that night, at the stroke of midnight, the snowman comes to life!  The young boy and the snowman embark on a magical adventure of discovery where the snowman explores the young boy’s world and in return he takes him flying to his home in the North Pole.  Based on Raymond Briggs’ book, The Snowman is a family classic for generations to enjoy.

A Very Awesome Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Holiday Show!
Join DJ Lance Rock, Brobee, Foofa, Muno, Plex and Toodee as they dance, sing and decorate the tree to prepare for the arrival of Santa Claus! Filmed live at New York City's The Beacon Theatre, celebrate the season with the colorful cast of characters singing their hits, including "It's Wintertime," "Every Snowflake's Different, Just Like You" and a holiday version of everyone's favorite "Party in my Tummy! The DVD includes special appearances by superstar Leslie Hall and the one and only Santa Claus! 

Octonauts: The Very Vegimal Christmas
On this very merry DVD, join the Octonauts as they celebrate the holidays! The Vegimals’ plans for a Christmas feast aboard the Octopod are interrupted when the Octonauts become entangled in a gigantic blob of sea snot! The holiday excitement continues when the Octonauts travel to Professor Inkling’s childhood home, an undersea mountain, but soon discover that a rockslide has endangered the local creatures, including Inkling’s nephew, Squirt!  Can the Octonauts rescue the creatures and save Christmas in time?

Caillou’s Holiday Movie
When winter comes to Caillou's house, this curious 4-year-old tackles all kinds of big boy activities like helping Daddy shovel snow, making holiday presents for his family and even discovering how other little boys and girls around the world celebrate the season!  Filled with magical moments seen through a small child's eyes, this delightful story will enchant your entire family.

Shop for these exciting holiday family movies and more at NCircle Entertainment. 

Enter The NCircle Holiday Movie Giveaway! 
One lucky entrant will receive the NCircle Entertainment Holiday Movie Gift Package! (ARV$40) Open to readers in the US, 18 years and older. Open for entry from 11/21-12/5/14 at 11:59pm EST. Gift package includes the following DVD titles: 
  • Caillou's Holiday Movie
  • Octonauts: The Very Vegimal Christmas
  • A Very Awesome Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Holiday Show! 
  • The Snowman
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27 comments:

  1. My favorite holiday tradition is baking and decorating gingerbread men cookies with my grandsons!

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  2. I like decorating the tree and wrapping gifts.

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  3. We have never had a holiday tradition but after having kids of my own, I like the idea of baking cookies with them and leaving them out for Santa lol

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  4. My favorite holiday tradition is drinking hot chocolate while driving around looking at Christmas lights!

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  5. My favorite tradition is reading Christmas books with the kids every night

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  6. Christmas Eve we go to my parent's house and play games and hang out, I have a huge family so it's just a blast! Then we go home late and the kids each get to open 1 gift. I love it!

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  7. most l;ikely a christmas gift...thank you

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  8. What is your favorite holiday tradition? making the home made pumpkin pies and cranberry sauce

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  9. My favorite tradition is our family getting together to put up the tree. We have drinks, pizza and a lot of fun.

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  10. My favorite Christmas Tradition is a Christmas-Eve Dinner. Since I was a small child we have had Fondue which consists on beef cut into small pieces and everyone gets their own small bowl of meat to cook in the pot. Dinner usually takes about 3 hours because you have to cook each piece of meat one piece at a time. The funniest thing is that if your meat falls off your fork in the pot you have to kiss everyone at the table of the opposite sex on the check. My family has been doing this since I was a child and I am 50 years old. I have 4 siblings and including their kids and the grandchildren it can be quit the night, but we all love it. I think it is the best quality time we all spend together all year. We talk and laugh and the sprit of Christmas really comes alive not to mention the love of being with family. After dinner we open one present each, one person at a time. We have a large family and the night is can be very long. After the present opening we go to Midnight mass together. That is our Christmas Tradition.

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  11. My favorite holiday tradition is opening the adult gifts on Christmas Eve after the kids go to bed. This way, we can all enjoy watching the kids open their gifts on Christmas Day :)

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  12. our tradition is we put up a huge D56 Dickens village - its so pretty with the lights on the buildings

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  13. We just get together as a family and enjoy the day.

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  14. My favorite holiday tradition is baking Christmas cookies with my daughter like I did with my mom and grandmother

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  15. Going to get hot chocolate and then driving around looking at all the lights!

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  16. decorating the tree together - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  17. watching a white christmas, drinking cocoa and wrapping presents.

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  18. Our favorite holiday tradition is going together as a family to select our tree and then decorating it while enjoying eggnog. We always get emotion as we open up our box of ornaments since it is a mix of meaningful ornaments collected over the years.

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  19. Really almost everything we do around the holidays are traditions! One of our favorites is visiting the local holiday Tree Festival put on my the Children's Hospital.

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  20. Mine is putting up the decorations as a family.

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  21. I love that our family gets together and plays games after the dinner.

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  22. I love decorating the tree with my kids!
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  23. My favorite tradition is Holiday Baking with the whole family!

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  24. My favorite tradition is driving around looking at Christmas lights.

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  25. One of my favorite holiday traditions is eating walnuts with my mum!

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  26. Baking cookies with my nieces and then decorating my tree.

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