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New Organa Kids DVD Series Inspires the Singer or Illustrator in Your Child

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Organa Kids recently announced two new DVDs that are sure to spark an imaginative interest in your toddler this fall: Castle Farm and Happy Valley, educational entertainment to make both parent and child happy.

Most television networks are turning to more tween-friendly programming to appease the ever-maturing crowds of kids, leaving the younger kids and preschoolers with less and less to enjoy (and learn) on television. Organa Kids, a company focused on bringing global stories to American families, recently released two new DVDs—Castle Farm and Happy Valley—animated stories that engage young children through imagination, entertainment, and education.

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Castle Farm follows “Farm Girl” and her friends through daily activities with mysteries to solve and lessons to learn. Your child will learn lifelong lessons while getting to know a little bit about England—and meeting characters never before seen in the U.S. The animated series is hand-drawn so each scene is like a little piece of art.

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Happy Valley is also set in England, where kids will enjoy watching simple activities like walking in the countryside, visiting family, and playing in piles of leaves while singing along to traditional and modern nursery rhymes. They say music is the key to learning, and Happy Valley is definitely a fun place to start!

Castle Farm and Happy Valley are targeted to kids ages 2-5 and can be purchased on the Organa Kids website for $14.95 each.

Visit the Organa Kids website for more information!


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