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From the beach to the back yard, the blue octopus and his buddies find plenty to learn in the outdoors. On a trip to the shore, Henry the penguin paradoxically doesn't want to get his feathers wet, but rises to the challenge when reckless Daisy needs rescuing. Next, Oswald has the difficult task of judging which of his friends' sand sculptures should win the annual contest. (Two words: Everybody wins!) Back at home, when snails invade Oswald's tomato garden, the accommodating octopus buys new tomato plants to share. But the snails eat those, too. Finally, bird watcher Oswald gets impatient with his impulsive floral friend when she keeps scaring off his targets. But those same qualities come in handy when he needs her to bring him down from the back of a giant Mee-Tah bird. This gentle Nick Jr. series cleverly echoes and resolves many of the issues children face, and features kid-friendly voices from the expected--cartoon veteran Debi Derryberry and The Wonder Years' Fred Savage--as well as the unexpected: Laverne and Shirley's David Lander and early SNL regular Laraine Newman. (Ages 2 to 6) --Kimberly Heinrichs
My children love the Oswald and I bought it them. They fun of it.
We want to more DVDs.
I was so glad to come across this show on dvd. My daughter loves it, but it no longer comes on Nick Jr. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michele Sterling
My 3 year old grandson just loves this movie.
Adorable characters and cute story lines even get my attention. Read more
Oswald is a fun, gentle, slow paced video that teaches kindness to even the very young. I enjoy letting my daycare children watch and feel good about what they see in this video !Published 17 months ago by Susan Hurlburt
I loved Oswald when I was little, now I am 15, I bought this video to bring back childhood memories!Published 18 months ago by Bailey Pappas
Bought this for our granddaughter who LOVES Oswald. He is a kind and caring octopus that demonstrates good character and polite manners. A calm animation versus a high energy one.Published 19 months ago by GJGAJ4936
We are big Oswald fans in this house. The message is so positive and uplifting. Which is something that is not found much these days.Published on May 11, 2013 by Trista