Thursday, April 29, 2010

Bob the Builder: Heavy Duty Diggers DVD Review


Bob the Builder: Heavy Duty Diggers is a fun DVD with all-new CGI animation. Bob, Wendy, Roley, Muck, Scrambler, Scoop, Dizzy, and others on the crew are back at it with new construction jobs.  With their optimistic outlooks on every project they tackle, Bob the Builder and his Can-Do crew will be able to accomplish anything with teamwork.

Bob the Builder and his crew are at a new location this time in Harbor Town.  Lofty helps to build a new surf school from an old shack.  And new machine, Scratch joins the crew and assists Scoop at the museum.  Scrambler tackles a big project by himself, building a tree house at the school.  

We've enjoyed Bob the Builder for many years. It probably has a lot to do with my sons love for tractors and other big machines and vehicles.  Bob the Builder has all those things and more.  The animation and characters are always relate-able and fun for young children.  This newest DVD Bob the Builder: Heavy Duty Diggers has the same fun effect. It didn't disappoint us, and I feel confident recommending it to any parent of young kids.

The episodes in Bob the Builder: Heavy Duty Diggers include "Scratch's Hidden Treasures", "Scrambler's Best Idea", "High Tide for Lofty", "Scoop the Artist", and "Lofty and the Monster".  This DVD is targeted at children ages 2-5 years old.  And the video runs about 46 minutes long.  You can learn more about Bob the Builder on his website www.bobthebuilder.com.



Buy It: The Bob the Builder: Heavy Duty Diggers DVD is available in stores and online now.






*A product was received for the purpose of this review.*

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