Angelina discovers that being original and creative is much more exciting than following the crowd, Angelina and Gracie discover being roommates isn't easy, and Angelina's parents get into the swing of things with their very own new dance routine.
The stage is set for an absolutely, positively, amazing time
My girls and I are true Angelina Ballerina fans and love our Angelina DVD collection. The girls were very excited to have the opportunity to view this latest DVD and we were not disappointed.
I feel like my girls are growing up with Angelina and probably my favourite episode on this DVD is when Angelina's parents are learning to dance. I love how Angelina tries to be their teacher and then reminds them that dancing is all about having fun not about being perfect at it. Even though I love watching Angelina just for entertainment it is a vital part of the success of the Angelina franchise that Angelina has such positive messages that underlie each episode. I do feel assured that my girls are learning when they watch this series even if they don't know it.
This is definitely a DVD that will be watched over and over again in our house. The quality of the production and animation is just amazing and every DVD seems to become even more vivid and colourful. It is visually so appealing and I do really look forward to my cuddle son the couch watching this DVD. If you are an Angelina Ballerina fan then this is more of the same lovely episodes as Angelina continues her journey growing up to be an amazing ballerina and a lovely young mousling. I can definitely recommend this DVD and I am sure you will love it as much as we do.
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