Last Updated on May 16, 2018 by ellen
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Have you seen the new hit Nickelodeon preschool series Sunny Day? This one is new to me but I’m absolutely in love with it. Keep reading to learn more about this new series and enter to win your own copy in my giveaway.
Sunny Day by Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon’s hit animated preschool series, Sunny Day, makes its DVD debut on May 22, with a collection of four episodes from the series’ first season which follows 10-year-old master hairstylist and entrepreneur, Sunny. Along with the help of her best friends Blair and Rox, and her loyal and lovable puppy Doodle, Sunny confidently takes on any challenge thrown her way. The characters in the series celebrate individuality and self-expression, while the show’s social-emotional curriculum highlights leadership, innovative thinking, and teamwork.
Each episode of Sunny Day features an array of content from original music to the “Style Files,” a fun, live-action hairstyle tutorial based on Sunny’s creative hairstyles from the show. Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, Sunny Day will be available on DVD May 22 for the suggested retail price of $10.99.
Sunny Day contains the following episodes:
- Friendship Day – Doodle thinks Sunny forgot him on Friendship Day so he searches for a new friend but finds dogcatcher Scratch instead.
- Sunny and the Princesses – Princess Anabella needs help from Sunny, Rox, and Blair to teach her sister Princess Dominica the importance of trying new things.
- Stick With Me – When Rox and Blair get stuck together with super-strong hairspray, Sunny helps them learn how to use teamwork to overcome their sticky situation.
- If Timmy Gives You Apples – When Timmy gets carried away delivering apples to the salon, Sunny must find a nice way to get him to stop.
This is such a cute animated preschool series. It tackles lots of the problems that younger children need to learn to deal with including working together and being a good friend. It provides a positive role model and encourages problem-solving.
One of my readers will win a copy of this DVD: