Baby Einstein introduces World Animal Adventure

From a child’s first pet to trips to the aquarium, animals of all kinds fascinate kids from an early age. Even a simple trip to the zoo brings out an excitement and passion in kids for new and exotic animals they otherwise might never get the chance to encounter. As Moms, we believe in the importance of Baby Einsteinexposing our children to new and different experiences, wanting them to grow up with an appreciation for environments other than their own. In celebration of young children’s fascination with animals and in honor of World Animal Day, Baby Einstein created World Animal Adventure, the newest DVD from Baby Einstein.

The World Animal Adventure DVD, which debuts September 29, brings animals from around the world home to your baby, presenting dozens of playful animals in their natural habitats. Set to original world music specially orchestrated for little ears, the DVD includes fun baby animal puppet shows and animals from each of the seven continents. The DVD also presents a Grow with Me feature, offering a second viewing mode with content that changes as your baby grows so that you can get more out of the DVD.

Along with World Animal Adventure, Baby Einstein will introduce a number of new developments this Fall. In addition to an updated home page, Baby Einstein presents a new blog site, YouTube channel, and Twitter page. You can learn more about these new features and other Baby Einstein DVDs and CDs by logging on to www.babyeinstein.com

“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Baby Einstein and received a World Animal Adventure DVD to facilitate my candid review.”

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