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Tuesday 5 July 2011

All-new Disney Junior adventures: out now.

The delivery of Minnie, Mickey and Manny review DVDs to our house sent my three year old twins into fits of joy.

And all three titles - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Minnie’s Bow-Tique, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Road Rally and Handy Manny: Handy Manny’s Big Race - did not disappoint the mini critics.

New to Disney DVD from tomorrow, 6 July 2011, the newly launched Disney Junior, formerly Playhouse Disney, has released these first three exciting instalments.

First up, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Minnie’s Bow-Tique: Minnie’s sparkling-new bow-tique is open and myriad bows and bow-ties are on show. The signature Mousketools are required to find the perfect gift for Pete’s Aunt Mabel.

Fashion fun over and it's time for a daytime sleepover, a picnic in Mickey Park and other great adventures in four fabulous original episodes.

Next, Mickey Mouse is back in an all-new full length movie that takes the Clubhouse gang on a wild ride through Mickey Park, the desert, Mistletoe Mountain, even the jungle. All the while, kids need to find the special ‘Mickey Markers’. Bonus features: Handy Manny: Julieta’s Monster episode. It also features two fast-paced and exciting new eps: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Road Rally is perfect for little people interested in a non-stop travel adventure.

And lastly, it’s back to Sheetrock Hills for high-speed fun with the kiddies' fave handyman, Manny Garcia!

Manny and his team of talking tools try to turn a broken down old car into the fastest four wheels on the road, and win Wood Valley 500 race. Before they cross the finish line though a lot of teamwork is in order.

Handy Manny: Manny’s Big Race features great new music and all-new episodes - Bunny in the Basement/Fast Eddie’s Scooter - it's fast paced fun.

Disney Junior - formerly Playhouse Disney - is the newly branded, learning-focused direction for the brand, which reflects the emotional connection generations of consumers have to Disney storytelling and Disney characters, both classic and contemporary.

It is truly a delight to watch young minds and faces, eager to learn, engage in the new batch of DVD offerings from Disney Junior.

Available to own from 6 July 2011, RRP: $24.95 to RRP: $19.95.

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