Thursday, September 9, 2010

Giveaway: 'Strawberry Shortcake: Berrywood Here We Come' DVDs

It's all about Hollywood, er, Berrywood in the recently released DVD "Strawberry Shortcake: Berrywood Here We Come."

Before the lovable Strawberry's recent CGI makeover, she and the gang -- including Orange Blossom and Ginger Snap -- made their way to the bright lights and big city to visit Strawberry's childhood friend-turned-movie star, Limelight.

Eager to connect with her old friend, as well as see how movies get made, Strawberry is suddenly disappointed when she sees the darker side of stardom.

I'm not talking Limelight as Lindsay Lohan, mind you, but this little girl is definitely short on empathy and long on ego.

The girls realize they have to work together to show Limelight that she should share the glow with others for a change.

CC was a big fan of the DVD (MSRP: $14.98), from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, American Greetings and The Cookie Jar Group, which also includes another Strawberry Shortcake adventure, "Hooray for Berrywood!", and printable coloring pages.

An added bonus for me as a parent was seeing CC notice that Limelight "wasn't being nice," as she said. Nice job, CC!

*** GIVEAWAY ***

I'm giving away 2 copies of "Strawberry Shortcake: Berrywood Here We Come" DVDs.

Just leave a comment below telling me your favorite part of Berrywood, er, Hollywood (past or present).

For extra entries, "Like" the L.A. Story Facebook page OR follow me on Twitter at @la_story.

Remember to leave additional comments letting me know you did so.

Good luck, and I'll announce winners Friday, Sept. 17!


Unknown said...

For my birthday (this past Sunday) my husband surprised me with the Amazing Los Angeles Race where we had to go through Hollywood and solve puzzles...great adventure.

Kirstin said...

As we drive north on Gower each Sunday to go to our church, we get a clear view of the Hollywood sign. I would ask my 3-year-old what the letters were and she would say each letter in the sign out loud. When she finished, I asked her if she knew what it spelled. And she, very confidently, told me, "Church."

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L.A. Story said...

Ha! These are great stories! :)

Pokie said...

Well since I haven't been there since 4th grade I guess I'll have to go with what all of us non-Californians know about Hollywood. It's the sign!

Cheryl said...

I use to live in L.A. and we would visit Hollywood every couple years. We loved walking down the star row in front of the chinese theater. I remember just people watching and all walks of life that was represented in that area was a hoot!

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