Thomas & Friends: Curious Cargo DVD- Review

Bunnies and birds and giraffes, oh my! Thomas and his railway pals are carrying some great and unusual freight in the all new release Thomas & Friends: Curious Cargo, available on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment. Thomas and his engine friends embark on four fantastic adventures as they deliver the Wildlife Center’s newest, long-necked resident, make friends with local animals, chuff off in search of the perfect home for friend Bash and more!

All aboard for a wild ride on the Island of Sodor as Thomas and his engine friends deliver some Curious Cargo – from giraffes and cows to birds and bunnies and more! Thomas meets a tall challenge while taking a giraffe to the Sodor Wildlife Center, Percy learns to be gentle with the animals of Sodor and Belle and Toby discover the importance of listening to others. Join Thomas on his wildest adventures yet!

Our Take:
Mikey is a huge fan of Thomas & Friends he loves playing with his trains and seeing them on the television every now and then just adds to the excitement. I think this DVD may be his favorite yet though. It includes a cast of animals which made Mikey swoon with delight. Besides Trains animals are Mikey’s next favorite thing so having the two combined into a terrific Thomas movie is one of the greatest DVD’s ever according to Mikey. He started adding animals to his play with trains after watching this DVD and it has expanded his play that much further which was pretty fantastic to see.

· “Thomas’ Tall Friend”
· “Percy’s New Friends”
· “Toby and Bash”
· “Big Belle”

· “Find What Doesn’t Belong” Game
· “Determination” Song Karaoke Music Video
· Exclusive Activities & Fun with Driver Perkins

· “Buzzy Bees” Bonus Episode

Buy It: Visit the Lionsgate site to purchase the Thomas & Friends: Curious Cargo DVD as well as any of their other fantastic DVD’s.

This was not a paid post my honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to The Hosting Company who supplied the products for the review

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