ORGANA KIDS REVIEW
Farm Girl and Piggy always have a chore or a quest. However, they often get a little bit distracted! They may begin with the aim of mending the fence and end by admiring a butterfly. Or, perhaps instead of collecting eggs they spend time wondering is a new puddle is wobbly water or silver soup. When they have a problem they go to Unicorn for help. Farm girl is practical, no-nonsense and feisty. She’s more than happy up to her knees in mud! She can’t wait to get up very early in the morning and see what the day holds! Piggy is Farm Girls’ best friend. A sensitive, lovely pig who gets very embarrassed easily. He is young like you and asks a lot of questions. Leonard, the chief cow hand, is usually up to something. His main desire is the get his hands on Unicorn’s gold, but does he ever succeed? He’s a big scaredy cat really!
A charming and educational new pre-school series for children aged two to five years. Happy Valley is set in a beautiful countryside by the sea. Using traditional and contemporary nursery rhymes and songs, each episode tells a story about the children who live in the valley. In each episode they go about their daily lives and learn about the world around them, whether it’s the seasons, the weather or the animals. The series focuses on experiences familiar to young viewers, such as a school trip to the farm, a visit to grandma to look at old photos, a shopping expedition with mother or a walk in the woods to see the falling leaves. A single narrator tells the story in an endearing and soothing way that will captivate children the world over. Its simple designs and vibrant colors will appeal to even the youngest viewers.
“The animation is superb… ideal for younger viewers”
“This captivating package will enchant both parents and toddlers”
- Music by Clannad
- Story by Peter Collington
- Winner of an ACE Award in Hollywood for “International Children’s Programming Special”
On Christmas Eve, a poor old woman plays her accordion in the street. Apart from two children, the passers-by ignore her and by the end of the day she has to sell her accordion to buy some food. Worse is to come. On her way home a thief steals her money. She discovers that he has also vandalized the church—the little Nativity figures lie scattered on the floor and the collection box is empty. The old woman restores order and sets off exhausted towards her caravan. But before long she collapses in the snow. And now the magic begins. The little Nativity figures come to life and carry her safely home. They make sure that her good deeds are rewarded so that in the morning she wakes to the most wonderful Christmas she could ever imagine. The traditional nativity characters feature in the story but the setting is contemporary and the plot touching and original.
THANK YOU TO ORGANA KIDS FOR LETTING US REVIEW THESE WONDERFUL MOVIES. ALL FOUR OF THESE MOVIES WILL CAPTURE YOUR CHILDREN'S HEARTS. ORGANA KIDS MISSION IS TO INTRODUCE AMERICAN FAMILIES TO CULTURES AROUND THE WORLD. OUR CHILDREN LOVED WATCHING THESE DELIGHTFUL MOVIES. OUR DAUGHTERS FAVORITE IS CASTLE FARM. THANKS AGAIN ORGANA KIDS:) WE ARE TRULY BLESSED TO HAVE THESE IN OUR HOME:)