Out now on DVD and digital download from PBS Kids is Super Why! Puppy Power! That has an MSRP of $9.99 and runs 120 minutes and includes four reading adventures join Woofster and the Super Readers for exciting adventures where they save other troubled pets, explore a comic book that Whyatt created called “The Missing Princess of Pet City,” and learn to concentrate by overcoming distractions! This collection of stories features tons of new furry friends and will inspire kids to go on reading adventures.
“Woofster Finds a Home”
Whyatt goes to a pet adoption fair in Storybrook Village where he meets a little puppy who needs a family. As the superhero readers travel through the book Woofster Finds a Home, they find exciting ways to overcome obstacles and a new Super Reader joins the team!
Woofster keeps getting distracted during a talent show. The Super Readers jump into the book The Pupp-athon where they meet Serena, another puppy who’s having a hard time focusing, and together they learn to overcome distractions by concentrating.
“Super Puppy Saves the Day”
Woofster really wants to meet his hero “Super Puppy” but Whyatt doesn’t know who Super Puppy is. To find out, the Super Readers jump into Super Puppy Saves the Day where they save some troubled puppies, and learn that anyone can be a hero.
“Woofster and the Pet Pack”
The Super Readers jump into Whyatt’s comic book about Woofster and the Pet Pack and their search for the missing Princess of Pet City. Together the Super Readers and the Pet Pack use their super powers and learn to work together as a team.
My Opinion: This is a great DVD for kids to watch which they can learn about helping others, loving pets and explore which are essential for everyday learning.
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