If your kids love Strawberry Shortcake, then they’ll love their new DVD: Strawberry Shortcake Berry Tales. The 71-minute, G-rated DVD features three episodes from their show. All three episodes involve a tale for a new play the characters want to put on. As usual, the characters are cute and your little ones will be entertained. In my opinion, each episode has an important message, but the shows are not preachy. Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Tales is available now on DVD. It has a list price of $14.98, but you can currently purchase the DVD on Amazon for $9.44.
Strawberry Shortcake Berry Tales Episodes
Snowberry and the Seven Berrykins
In this episode, Plum wants to put on the biggest Snowberry play ever. Her play includes tidal waves and flying Berrykins.
Berryella and Prince Berry Charming
In the second episode, Huck replaces an injured actor. He memorizes his lines, but he has trouble learning the dance steps.
The Littlest Berrykin
In this tale, three princesses have to find the royal golden berry. The one that finds it will become the next queen.
The new Strawberry Shortcake DVD includes printable coloring pages and party pack. BTW, feel free to check out the Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Tales coloring sheet below. Just click on the graphics below to download and print.
Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Tales Synopsis
The spotlight shines on the importance of being true to yourself in Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Tales. Join Plum in “Snowberry and the Seven Berrykins” as she learns to believe in herself when putting on a small and simple play for a young audience. In “Berryella and Prince Berry Charming,” Huck agrees to be in a production, but then quickly realizes that he’d be happier behind the scenes. Strawberry, Lemon and Raspberry star as three princesses on a quest to rule a kingdom in “The Littlest Berrykin,” and realize that they can never succeed without kindness and generosity. With berry important lessons, it’s curtain up on good times and friendship!
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