Dragon Tales: Lets Share! Lets Play!

Theatrical Release: December 1, 2001
DVD Release: October 1, 2007
Dragon Tales: Lets Share! Lets Play!
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Synopsis

Quetzal’s Magic Pop Up Book – When the gang uses Quetzal’s magic book to make up stories, they all talk at once but nobody listens. They soon realize that by taking turns, everyone’s story gets to be heard. Featuring these songs: “Pretend” and “Zoo”

The Fury is Out On This One – Max gets mad over a high-flying game of dragon tag. When the Fury gets out of control, he learns a few tricks from his friends to help him let off some steam.

Much Ado About Nodlings – Max accidentally breaks the Nodlings’ wagon with his bulldozer and, without it, they’re in trouble. When everyone’s attempts to fix it fail, Max sticks it out, determined to correct his mistake. Featuring these songs: “Shake” and “Silly”

Four Little Pigs – A puppet show runs into trouble when Emmy, Zak and Wheezie all want the same part. Finally, the friends agree to do what’s best for the group and the show goes on.

Quibbling Siblings – Zak wants the rare Jugglebug for school sharing time, but Wheezie’s so noisy she scares it away. With Max and Emmy’s help, the dragons find that working together gets the job done. Featuring these songs: “Betcha Can” and “Wiggle”

Dove Review

“Dragon Tales: Let’s Share! Let’s Play!” is a wonderful compilation of five television episodes which are all related to sharing and playing together. The main characters, Max and Emmy, are presented as normal kids who get mad, argue and have bad days just like any other kids. They do use a magic poem to enter Dragon Land and there is a bit of magic here and there, but nothing like chanting or sorcery.

This DVD teaches great lessons about problem solving, compromise, and controlling anger. With a catchy theme song, interesting stories and lovable dragon characters, even adults will be wishing they could go on a Dragon Land adventure! “Dragon Tales: Let’s Share! Let’s Play!” easily earns the Dove Approved Seal for family-friendly viewing.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Writer: Bob Carrrau
Director: Tim Eldred
Genre: Children
Runtime: 65 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor