My Little Pony Friendship is Magic: Twilight and Starlight Giveaway

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Everypony knows the best gift is the gift of friendship!

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Giveaway

About My Little Pony Friendship is Magic: Twilight and Starlight

My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: Twilight and Starlight is coming to DVD on May 30 in the U.S. and Canada from Shout! Kids in collaboration with Hasbro Studios. We all know friendship is special and magical but it takes work! We are all different and those differences make us perfect for each other. Sometimes its hard to learn how to accept those differences, love each other for them and how to share.

In this DVD, now that she’s fully reformed, Starlight Glimmer still has a lot to learn about friendship.  And who better to teach her all about friendship than the studious pony who once had to learn the valuable lesson herself: Twilight Sparkle? Join Twilight and her best friends — Spike, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Rarity and Fluttershy — as they embark on the quest to give Starlight the most powerful magic of all… friendship.

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Giveaway

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic: Twilight and Starlight is available to order on Amazon, Amazon Canada and Shout! Kids.

Episodes Include:

  • No Second Prances
  • To Where and Back Again, Part 1
  • To Where and Back Again, Part 2
  • Celestial Advice
  • All Bottled Up
  • BONUS: Sing Along

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If you are ready to get in on all the My Little Pony friendship action, enter the giveaway below via Rafflecopter. Shout!Kids and I are giving you the chance to win a copy of this DVD. Good luck!

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Disclosure: I received the above DVD in order to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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11 thoughts on “My Little Pony Friendship is Magic: Twilight and Starlight Giveaway
  1. Stephanie

    It’s hard to teach children/teens how to distinguish between people who actually like you as a friend and those who just use you.

     
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  2. Sunshine H

    I would say that the hardest part is that, when a friend says that they don’t want to play, it doesn’t mean that they don’t want to be friends any more, they just don’t want to play at that time.

     
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  3. Lee-Ann S

    The hardest lesson I’ve had to teach Miss R is about friendship is that you don’t always have to agree.

     
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  4. Judy Cowan

    I think the hardest thing is to teach them that they don’t always have to agree with their friends or just follow along because others are doing it.

     
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  5. Heidi C.

    One of the hardest things is teaching your kids to be brave in following their own paths and feeling like they have to comform just to fit in.

     
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