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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Mily Miss Questions DVD Review

Disclosure: NCircle Entertainment sent this DVD free of charge in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. 

Hazel recently said to me that we had not reviewed any DVDs in awhile. I didn't tell her that was because she was getting too old for most of them (and I had to watch some on my own because she was no longer interested). However I saw that NCircle Entertainment was releasing one with the star being an 8-year-old girl. Hazel is 8 so I figured we would check it out. Hazel enjoyed watching this DVD. The DVD is Mily Miss Questions: Season One


Mily is an inquisitive girl. She wonders about everything and asks questions to understand. She lives with her parents, older brother, younger sister and dog (who talks to Mily sometimes). In the 24 episodes on this DVD you meet her friends as well as the neighbors who sometimes help out. Mily questions things like feeling young, being a genius, want versus need, being boss and more. 

The episodes are adorable and packed with many lessons. We enjoyed watching them and I loved how the show makes asking questions a good thing. It also teaches lessons about life. Like when you are upset with a friend ask the question and find out the reason for something instead of just assuming they don't like you. The lessons are good for early elementary aged kids learning about rules, social skills and more. I also love how the kids are mix of races, genders and interest but are all best friends. They use their imaginations and brains to figure out life and have fun together.

The show is originally from France, but has been put into English and seems to take place in America. It is a great DVD! I hope you will check it out. It is available at NCircle Entertainment or at local retailers.