Berenstain Bears DVD/Plush Doll Set Review

I received the Berenstain Bears: Golden Brother Edition and Golden Sister Edition gift sets from childsplay communication in exchange for my review. 

   Each gift set include a 10 inch Brother or Sister Bear Plush stuffed animal and the limited edition DVD. They have become available for purchase, as of May 21, 2013, exclusively at Walmart and Sam's club stores.

   The Berenstain Bears Golden Brother Edition gift set is about Brother bear, with his love of sports, soccer, and his brave personality to stand up for the smaller cubs in his school. He is viewed as a protector and strong and loyal friend. The Berenstain Bears Golden Sister Edition gift set is about Sister Bear, as a young third grader who loves fairy tales, writing and jump rope, as well as being in the outdoors and enjoying sports. Each film is set in the rolling hills of Bear Country, surrounded with loving, family and friendly, honey bears.

    I enjoyed both of these films, as The Berenstain Bears were something I watched as a kid, and can now share it with my children. I love how the Bear family works together and are always there for one another, including being there for neighbors and friends. Each episode is filled with a lesson to teach, based on good morals and positive influence. The Brother and Sister Bear stuffed animals are super soft and cuddly, with their bottoms filled with beans for extra weight and support. I love their soft texture and facial expressions, as well as Sisters pink bow.

   I think these would be a great gift idea for twin brother and sister sets, or brother and sisters that share the same birthdays. It would also make a sweet collectors item for Bear lovers.

"Anyone who really tries their best is always a winner" -Berenstain Bears

    Both Berenstain Bears Golden Editions are directed by Gary Hurst and run for 120 minutes each. A great family animated film with a cast of Michael Cera and Camilla Scott. You can find them for purchase at most Walmart and Sam's Club stores with a retail value of $19.99 each.

This post is possible by ChildsPlay Communication for providing me with the products to review. All opinions are my own.

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