My daughters love Hello Kitty, so I was thrilled to be able to watch videos with Hello Kitty teaching them lessons!
About AnimEigo (from the website)
Established in 1989, AnimEigo, Inc. is not only one of the first companies to release Anime in the United States and Canada, but also one of the first companies to release significant numbers of high-quality Japanese live-action films. Over our more than 20 year history, we have consistently broadened the market for Japanese films by finding audiences for entire new genres of films.
Renowned for the quality of our translations, subtitles, and dubbing, we have released many classic anime titles, including “Bubblegum Crisis”, “Urusei Yatsura”, “Kimagure Orange Road”, and “Oh My Goddess!”.
AnimEigo’s live action films include such genres such as Samurai Cinema, Art films, Action, WWII from Japan’s perspective, Ninkyo (Yakuza films), Comedy, and more. Our titles include Shogun Assassin, Lone Wolf and Cub, Zatoichi, Lady Snowblood, Sleepy Eyes of Death, the Palm d’Or winning The Ballad of Narayama, Japan’s Longest Day, and now the Guinness World record holder for longest movies series starring the same actor, Tora-san
AnimEigo is a private company located at Wilmington, North Carolina, USA.
About the DVDs
DVD 1: “Hello Kitty Eats Her Vegetables”
Contains 6 stories:
• Eating Our Vegetables • Cleaning Up My Mess • Sleeping By Ourselves • It’s Fun To Help • Talking On The Phone • Changing Our Clothes
This is 45 minutes long.
DVD 2: “Hello Kitty Learns To Share”
Contains 6 stories:
• I Can Share With Friends • Going To The Bathroom • Saying I’m Sorry • Let’s Play Together • Eating Nicely • Replying Properly
This one is 44 minutes long.
You can go here to see a movie trailer!
All of my kids LOVE these DVDs, even my son! I think they’re eating better and sharing more, especially my little girls (who are usually the ones watching them)! My daughter that just turned three has gotten more interested in potty training now too! I love how short each of the shows are, so if they’re having a rough day, I can turn on the one about Patience or Sharing, whatever we are working on! They like that they can replay it without any problems! I would suggest these to anyone with children ages 2-6 (or so).
You can buy these at all major retailers, and online here for $9.99.
*I was sent the Hello Kitty DVDs by AnimEigo. My thought are my own and have NOT been bought!*