My son is embarrassed to admit it, but when he was little he was totally in love with Max & Ruby, the super adorable brother and sister bunny duo. He loved them so much that I purchased him the plush versions of the characters. They were one of his favorite toys.
A few years ago when we were “downsizing” our condo in preparation to sell our condo and move, we purged our home of a lot of “stuff” we no longer needed or wanted. When we came across the Max & Ruby plush bunnies my son told me to keep them. They now reside in a box along with my son’s favorite plush toy, his cat he named Bear.
It’s nice to see that Max & Ruby are still bring smiles to children’s faces today. In fact, they have a brand new DVD out TODAY that would make a great addition to a family’s DVD collection, especially if someone in the family is a Max & Ruby fan.
This DVD would also make a addition to an Easter basket.
Fans won’t want to miss the exciting fun-filled adventures of the dynamic brother-sister duo Max and Ruby in the brand-new DVD, Max & Ruby: Sweet Siblings. The DVD features 12 episodes of the hit Nickelodeon preschool series based on acclaimed author Rosemary Wells’ classic children’s books. Created by Nickelodeon and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, Max & Ruby: Sweet Siblings will be available on DVD on Feb. 17, 2015.
The Max & Ruby: Sweet Siblings DVD includes the following episodes:
“Max Says Hello” – Ruby needs to prepare her tea party, but Max is too busy saying “hello” to all his toys to help out.
“Ruby’s Spa Day” – Ruby and Louise try to have a relaxing spa day but Max insists upon playing his noisy new drum.
“Ruby’s Tai Chi” – Max’s toys interfere with Ruby and her friends practicing their Tai Chi routine.
“Engineer Max” – Ruby wants to get Max to Grandma’s house for a special surprise, but Max just wants to ride on the toy train at the store.
“Max’s Toy Train” – Ruby wants to get ready for a sleepover at Grandma’s, but Max just wants to play with his new train.
“Max’s Train Ride” – Ruby wants to have a very special dolly tea party with Grandma, but Max wants to go for a train ride.
“Max and Ruby’s Train Trip” – Max can’t wait to ride on a train, but Ruby knows you have to get on the right train at the right time.
“Go To Sleep Max” – Ruby wants to go to sleep in their sleeper car. But Max just wants to stay up.
“Conductor Max” – Ruby wants to give Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate a card, but Max is intrigued with the conductor’s hat.
“Space Bunny” – Ruby wants to make a scrapbook for Grandma while Max is acting out the adventures of “Space Bunny!”
“Max’s Sprinkler” – Ruby wants to have a perfect Summer Fashion Party, but Max is intent on playing with the sprinkler.
“Max’s Pogo Stick” – Ruby wants to surprise Grandma by planting daisies in her garden, while Max is trying to learn how to hop on a pogo stick.
The DVD runs for 96 minutes and has a suggested retail price of $14.99. Look for this DVD where most movies are sold.
Is your child or grandchild a fan of Max & Ruby?
*I received a free screener copy in exchange for this post. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.