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It's Bob the Builder to the rescue in this action-packed Christmas adventure! In "Bob's White Christmas," Bob and his Can-Do Crew dig their friend Farmer Pickles out from a snow-in, have snowball fights, and open their presents underneath a brilliant Christmas tree they all helped to build and decorate. Help Bob stay warm in "The Big Freeze" and "Bob of the North," as the crew proves once again that fun is getting it done! Watch Bob lend his helping hand by plowing the roads, feeding a flock of hungry ducks, and building a cozy little home for a family of chilly porcupines. Celebrate Christmas with Bob and his Can-Do Crew as they "rock and snow" their way through these magical holiday episodes.
Bob the Builder's infectiously optimistic battle cry ("Can we fix it? Yes, we can!") rings truer than ever in a very busy Yuletide in the delightful Bob's White Christmas. Already committed to play Santa Claus at a children's party, Bob finds that Christmas Eve gets a lot more complicated when freezing temperatures and a blanket of snow arrive. Suddenly, Bob and his crew--Wendy, Scoop, Dizzy, and the others--get an SOS from a snowbound Farmer Pickles, help Spud the scarecrow identify a mysterious "snow monster," and save some stranded critters. There's still time, fortunately, for snowball fights and gift exchanges, but the best part of this holiday is the camaraderie between a great bunch of friends. Keen characterizations and a happy, fluid animation style make Bob the Builder (seen on Nick Jr.) one of the best children's TV programs around. If anything, this Christmas special has even more of the show's vitality and good cheer. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This DVD is a great collection of Bob the Builder stories. I enjoy watching it with my two year old, though not as often as he likes! Read morePublished on Dec 30 2002 by Kindle Customer
I have 2 boys under 2 1/2 and they love this video. It was on TV several times, but they could see it again and again.Published on Jan. 24 2002
This video was a wonderful way to help my 2 year old see Christmas and snow. He doesn't watch TV but he will sit and watch this video. Read morePublished on Dec 19 2001 by VJB
He watched it several times over the course of the weekend. I am planning to purchase it before too long. Good clean, optimistic, can-do fun!Published on Nov. 6 2001 by Red State Gal