Littlest Pet Shop tells the stories of Blythe Baxter, a young girl who lives with her Dad above the pet shop. Blythe spends her time caring for the animals and having some fairly bizarre adventures.
Lights, Camera, Mongoose! is rated universally suitable for all and has a running time of approximately 2 hours 6 minutes. It contains episodes 8-13 from the first series of Littlest Pet Shop:
- Blythe's Crush
- Dumb Dumbwaiter
- Eve Of Destruction
- Books & Covers
- So You Think You Can Dance
- Lights, Camera, Mongoose!
We've been sent a copy of Littlest Pet Shop: Lights, Camera, Mongoose! to review. The stories are all fairly humorous and interesting, with a healthy dose of magic and fantasy.
The title episode itself is a fairly typical and pretty bizarre adventure. A superstar mongoose called Shahrukh is in town filming his latest movie and the pets and Blythe go to see him on the film set using Blythe's magic flying scooter. Shahrukh wants a break from being famous and so the Littlest Pet Shop's own mongoose Sunil swaps places with Shahrukh, but it doesn't go as you'd expect and the already exciting day goes fairly crazy.
My boys are 5 and 7 and both actually really enjoy Littlest Pet Shop. The stories are a little more complicated than some children's programmes, so it is more interesting for age 3+, but smaller children may be happy to watch it anyway, as it is bright and cheery with lots of animals and some music and song.
Hasbro Studios have very kindly offered a copy of Littlest Pet Shop: Lights, Camera, Mongoose! as a prize for one of my readers. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam below and no entry is mandatory. Each extra task completed will earn extra entries into the draw. The giveaway will end at midnight Wednesday 11th November 2015. UK entries only please.
Littlest Pet Shop: Lights, Camera, Mongoose! DVD