Go, Diego, Go! The Great Panda Adventure was released May 4th on DVD and has been viewed several times at our house.
The DVD runs about 95 minutes and episodes include:
All Aboard The Giant Panda Express
Diego and Baby Jaguar are helping their friend, Yang, the Giant Panda Rescuer, at Bamboo Mountain in China, where lots of bamboo has just been planted. Their mission is to take a train ride to pick up all of the hungry pandas and bring them back to Bamboo Mountain as bamboo is the Giant Panda’s favorite food! Along the way, they keep Pan Pan the Giant Panda from falling over the mountain, find Grandpa Panda camouflaged in the snowy filed, use panda gloves to climb the tallest tree in the forest to find Baby Panda and growl like Giant Pandas to save the panda twins from leopards. They’ve got to hurry because there’s a train full of hungry Giant Pandas and only one food will do – bamboo!
Koala's Birthday Hug
Diego’s in an Australian Forest when suddenly he hears a cry for help. It’s a koala who’s stuck in the middle of the road, with a truck headed right for him! Diego rescues the little koala and learns that today is Joey the Koala’s birthday. He must help Joey get back to his mommy and celebrate his birthday.
Diego and Baby Jaguar are returning a group of animals to their home in Madagascar. But one animal, Sara the Sifaka Lemur, hasn’t been home in such a long time, that she can’t remember how to get there. To find her home, the trio travels through the island meeting many lemur friends until they finally catch up to Sara’s family.
Diego Saves the Beavers
Diego and his friend, Billy the Beaver, are in the Canadian Rockies helping all of the river animals keep their homes safe from an overflowing river. They are interrupted when Alicia calls to say a giant wave is heading straight for Billy the Beaver’s family! The duo race to make it to the Beaver Dam before the giant wave hits.
As always, Evan was completely intrigued with Diego and interacted with him on all of his adventures. After the DVD was over he kept talking about the things that he help Diego do and later recognized some of the animals in a book that we were reading.
If you like shows that allow your child to interact, this DVD is a great addition to your collection.
You can purchase Go, Diego, Go! The Great Panda Adventure for $13.49.
This was not a paid post and honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may very from others. Thank you to Paramount/Nickelodeon who supplied the product for review.