Wubbzy and his friends are back in an all-new DVD collection just in time for the fall season! Watch as Wubbzy, Widget and Walden clean up a crazy mess with Moo Moo's magic wand, pick the perfect pumpkin and create the spookiest Halloween costume of all. There's singing, dancing, trick or treating and kickity-kick ball too, plus plenty of positive values like creativity, patience and responsibility. It's all here in the Emmy winning Nick Jr./Noggin hit that's so much fun it's scary!
Bonus Features: Coloring & Activity Sheets; Music Videos; Bonus Jukebox Song; and Sneak Peeks.
The irrepressibly enthusiastic Wubbzy and his pals Widgit, Walden, and Daisy welcome fall in Wuzzleburg as a time for celebrations, dressing up, and a healthy dose of spookiness. Like most preschoolers, Wubbzy and his friends have conflicting feelings about scaring people and being scared--sometimes it's fun, and sometimes it's just plain scary. Wubbzy loves scary movies, but watching before bedtime keeps him awake in "Monster Madness." Even with Widgit's inventive monster mashing machine and lots of reassurance from his friends, Wubbzy has a hard time overcoming his fears and getting a good night's sleep. It's Wubbzy that's intent on doing the scaring in "The Ghost of Wuzzleburg," but it seems that he's not the scariest creature at the local Halloween party. In "March of the Pumpkins," Wubbzy has to overcome his fears and some creepy local legends in order to win the fall festival pumpkin contest and earn a spot at the head of the march of the pumpkins parade. Walden teaches Wubbzy and Widgit a lesson about patience when he forgoes playing in an enormous leaf pile to wait for the last leaf to fall in "The Last Leaf," Wubbzy learns firsthand the perils of acting impulsively when he plays with Moo Moo's magic wand without permission and the magic gets wildly out of control, and flexibility is the key to enjoying the day when Walden's efforts to plan the perfect tea party don't go quite as planned in "Tea for Three." Each of these six Wubbzy episodes features fun, curiosity, friendship, and a wholesome message for young viewers. (Ages 2-5) --Tami Horiuchi
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