My Little Pony DVDs Review and Giveaway

I have been given My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas and My Little Pony-Friendship is Magic: A Pony For Every Season for review in exchange for an honest blog review and giveaway promotion. That In no way shaped my opinion of these movies. 

I grew up watching and playing with My Little Pony toys and shows. I haven’t outgrown my love for them because I am eagerly sharing their wonder with Zeva every chance I get. Their shows have not changed in quality since I was watching them as a kid.

I love the messages that they teach our kids. They teach valuable lessons on relationships. I love the quality of their animation too. These two shows have not disappointed me at all. I’m confident that your kids love it too.

The rest of the information is from the press:



Los Angeles, CA – Soon the season will change and another year will come to a close, but the ponies from Ponyville know friendship is important all year long! My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: A Pony For Every Season is coming to DVD November 19 from Shout! Factory Kids in collaboration with Hasbro Studios. The set includes 6 episodes of the hit TV show and a Sing-Along as a bonus feature.

There’s a Pony for every season and an episode for every Pony in this fantastic collection of MyLittle Pony: Friendship Is Magic. That’s right! Each member of the Mane 6 – Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Fluttershy, Rainbow Dash, Apple Jack and Pinkie Pie – gets her very own opportunity to shine with six episodes guaranteed to have you laughing and singing as you discover the magic of friendship!

 Through Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall, My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: A Pony For Every Season is sure to entertain us all!

The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic series is currently airing on The HUB TV Network.

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Los Angeles, CA – Grab the tinsel and stockings! Just in time to celebrate the holidays, My LittlePony: A Very Minty Christmas is coming back to DVD October 8, 2013 from Shout! Factory Kids in collaboration with Hasbro Studios! Originally released in 2005, A Very Minty Christmas is the first film to be released from Shout! Factory’s newMy Little Pony Classic Movies reissue program, which will make favorite titles available to fans once again.

The “Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane” is an important part of Ponyville — it’s the beacon that shows jolly old Santa Claus the way to the town as he makes his holiday rounds each year. But when Minty accidentally breaks it, uh-oh! It looks like Ponyville is destined to have a bleak holiday season. Minty is determined to do anything to save Christmas for her Pony friends while they, in turn, band together to try and cheer up their despondent friend. Together, they all discover that Christmas can come anyway, wrapped in the love of good friends and the oversized heart of one little clumsy, minty-green Pony!

The My Little Pony brand has been beloved for three decades, and is now more popular than ever.My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas is a gift everypony will love!

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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

44 comments on “My Little Pony DVDs Review and Giveaway”

    • Oh wow…I wasn’t blessed to get all of that because I had a “REAL” pony as my mom kept stressing. She didn’t understand my desire to have the My Little Pony stuff. So, I hope to live through Zeva with the My Little Pony stuff (or Tinkerbell..either one would make me happy.) So, I hope she loves both of them. If not, I’m going to be up creek.

    • Okay, now I can be free to bat my blue eyes really sweetly at Del and ask him for the stuffed animals. Thank you for letting me know I wasn’t alone in wanting them as a grown woman. 🙂

  1. I did! And this is such a coincidence because I just checked A Very Minty Christmas out from the library for my daughter because she’s now into My Little Pony. I never realized My Little Pony made a comeback in the early 2000s since I watched the 1980s version.

    • Gil,

      I literally had to look that up to know what you were talking about. I definitely don’t want to forget them that’s for sure!! They sound like a group of people who were free to play with them without fear of being labeled in any way. (Which is a great thing!)

  2. I loved My Little Pony when I was young! I’m glad it’s one of the cute toy lines that is available today to share with my nieces. So many of the toys these days aren’t really cute..some of them are down right scary looking!

  3. I liked My Little Pony, but my younger sister had ALL the pony stuff! All the ponies, all the accessories, everything 🙂

  4. I remember having some My Little Pony figures when I was little, but I don’t remember their names – I think I’m more knowledgeable about them now than I was then thanks to my 13 year old! (Rainbow Dash in particular seems to be popular, judging from all the artwork of that one!)

    • So true. It’s amazing that your 13 year old is still interested in them considering the amount of different toys/gadgets that are available on the market now.

    • My 13-year-old has autism, so that might be partly why – My Little Pony is right up there with Minecraft on the interests-n-obsessions list!

    • That’s a bit interesting to me. I still love My Little Pony as an adult too. I don’t play with them, but I still keep track of them.

      Minecraft is something I want my kids to get, but haven’t been able to convince Del to buy it yet. I think he may be afraid of them getting overly addicted to it (or me for that matter.)

    • 🙂 It’s so great when our kids love something we enjoyed when we were growing up. It makes for a great bonding experience.

  5. I spent most of my childhood in Germany and don’t remember having them. My daughter loves them though!

    • I’d love to know what your childhood was like in Germany. I’m always intrigued by those types of things. Glad to know your daughter loves them.

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