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Nick Jr: Snow Awesome Coming to @NickelodeonDVD on October 2

Nickelodeon is taking preschoolers on winter adventures in the heartwarming new DVD, Nick Jr: Snow Awesome
Available October 2, this release contains winter-themed episodes of Nickelodeon's popular preschool series Nella The Princess Knight, Sunny Day and Shimmer and Shine. 

Fans can join Nella on her quest to save Christmas from some naughty snow dragons, watch Sunny work to reunite with Doodle during a snow storm, experience a winter wonderland in Shimmer and Shine's palace and much more. 

Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, Nick Jr: Snow Awesome will be available on DVD October 2 for the suggested retail price of $10.99.

Nick Jr: Snow Awesome contains the following episodes:

Nella The Princess Knight
  • The Knight Before Christmas: Santa visits Castlehaven on Christmas Eve, but when naughty snow dragons take his sack of presents, it's up to Nella and her friends to save the holidays.
  • Let it Snow: Nella searches for a magical crystal to make it snow for the kingdom's annual Snow Festival.

Sunny Day
  • Best Christmas Ever: When a snowstorm traps Doodle at his cousin's house on Christmas Eve, Sunny and the gang devise an intrepid plan to trek through the snow and reach Doodle in time to spend the holiday together.

Shimmer and Shine
  • Snow Place We'd Rather Be: When Princess Samira sends Leah and the genies to find a snowflake gem, Zeta interferes making the girls' search much more difficult.
  • Snow Time to Spare: The girls help Layla, the Ice Genie, create fun snow decorations for the upcoming Frosty Fun Festival.
  • Frosty Fun: When two trouble-making Ice Sprites slip into Ice Genie Layla's Palace, the girls must catch them before they wreak havoc on the castle.

Nick Jr: Snow Awesome fast facts:
  • Street Date: October 2, 2018
  • Catalog: 59199079000 (US); 59199110000 (CAN)
  • Running Time: 88 minutes
  • Audio: English 5.1 French and Spanish Dolby Digital
*The Knight Before Christmas and Let it Snow does not have French audio, Best Christmas Ever does not have Spanish audio.
S.R.P.: $10.99

Pick up your copy today at stores nationwide including Walmart, Target and Amazon.

Which of these characters is your preschooler's favorite?

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