It’s time to spend the holidays with your favorite characters, and this year you can spend it with the Wild Kratts brothers! They have released a special holiday movie this year that is full of holiday fun and cheer. Unlike the usual DVDs released for the Wild Kratts, this is one holiday episode that your kids will love adding to their holiday movie collection.
PBS Kids sent us a copy of Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas to enjoy with Goonie before the holiday season. A Creature Christmas brings back both Chris and Martin as they go around the world trying to save baby animals that villains have been taking them. The movie is still the blend between animation and live action that captivates viewers, and is filled with facts about the different animals the brothers are saving. With a twist of holiday fun, A Creature Christmas is a movie your kids will love. The family friendly show is great for young viewers, and one that they can enjoy for years to come.
Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas has a total run time of 60 minutes and is rated G. You can order your copy now, and it’s priced right for a fun stocking stuffer!
About Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas
In this special fun-filled holiday movie, the Wild Kratts crew is resting and relaxing as they get ready for the Wild Kratts Christmas party after a busy year filled with amazing creature adventures! It’s too bad their arch villains Donita Donata, Gaston Gourmand, and Zach Varmitech are about to spoil the fun. The sound of jingle bells is replaced by alarm bells as the team discovers that Donita, Gaston, and Zach are capturing baby animals from around the globe. With Christmas fast approaching, can Martin and Chris rescue their baby animal friends and return them to their homes in time for the holidays?
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