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NICKELODEON FAVORITES: A VERY NICK JR. CHRISTMAS Now Available on @NickelodeonDVD

Halloween is just days away which means the holiday season is in full swing.  I am looking forward to spending quality time with family and watching our favorite holiday shows. 

This year, The Little Old Lady will be surprised to see some of her favorite Nick Jr. friends in Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas.  She loves Shimmer and Shine and Wallykazam! and I dare not forget about the Littlest One, he's a fan of Blaze and the Monster Machines. 

Nickelodeon preschool favorites from the past and present come together to help celebrate the most wonderful time of the year in the all-new collection, Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas.
And we'll be on the lookout for Paw Patrol:  Pups Save Christmas which hits stores on November 1.


Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas is a jolly and joyful collection of  beloved shows like Dora and Friends: Into the City! and Bubble Guppies, along with new hit shows like Shimmer and Shine, Wallykazam! and Blaze and the Monster Machines. Whether it's racing to rescue lost Christmas presents with Blaze or visiting Santa with Shimmer and Shine, there's no shortage of holiday cheer and festive adventure.

Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas  is available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.99.

Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas includes the following episodes:

Blaze and the Monster Machines - "Monster Machine Christmas" - It's Christmas Eve and Blaze and AJ are helping Santa and his elves load his magic bag full of presents to deliver all over the world. Crusher wants to open his present early and sends all the presents flying away while sneaking into Santa's bag. It's up to Blaze, AJ and Crusher to rescue the presents and deliver them all before Christmas morning.

Shimmer and Shine - "Santa's Little Genies" - It's Christmas Eve and Leah forgot to mail Zac's letter to Santa. When she calls on Shimmer and Shine to help deliver the letter, they transport her to the North Pole where Leah can deliver the letter to Santa in person. After Leah accidentally wishes Santa to a tropical island, it's up to the girls to deliver the presents and save Christmas.

Dora and Friends: Into the City! - "Shivers the Snowman" - Dora and friends help a brave but lost snowman named Shivers keep his promise of always going back to his friend Carolina.

Bubble Guppies - "A Very Guppy Christmas!" - When Mr. Grouper's van gets stuck in the holiday snow, Mr. Claws and his horse Snowflake come to the rescue. As snow falls and bells jingle, the Bubble Guppies will experience their first sleigh ride.

Wallykazam! - "Wally Saves the Trollidays" - Bobgoblin gets his hands on the Jingle Troll's sack of magical wishes.

Wallykazam! - "Snow Place Like Home" - Wally and Norville discover a lost baby dragon and have to help him find his home.

Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas Fast Facts
Street Date: October 11, 2016
Catalog: 59180590000 (US); 59181064000 (CAN)
Running Time: 137 Minutes
Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
S.R.P.: $14.99

Nickelodeon Favorites: A Very Nick Jr. Christmas is available wherever Nickelodeon DVDs are sold including NickJr shop, Amazon, Walmart and more.




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