My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic – Adventures in the Crystal Empire hit shelves December 4th. This DVD, from Shout! Factory Kids in collaboration with Hasbro Studios!, Adventures in the Crystal Empire includes 5 episodes from the beloved Friendship Is Magic series. Bonus features include a sing-along and coloring sheet.
In Adventures in the Crystal Empire, a magical empire has suddenly appeared in the arctic north of Equestria, and Princess Celestia needs Twilight Sparkle and her friends to find a way to protect it. While her friends try to keep the Crystal Ponies occupied at the Crystal Faire, Twilight Sparkle searches for the hidden Crystal Heart that is the key to keeping their empire safe from harm!
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic – Adventures in the Crystal Empire is priced at $14.97 SRP and is now available for order on Amazon.
Check out this fun My Little Ponies coloring sheet to enjoy while you watch the movie (click on photo for full size).
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic – Adventures in the Crystal Empire episodes Include:
- The Crystal Empire, Part 1
- The Crystal Empire, Part 2
- Sonic Rainboom
- Luna Eclipsed
- It’s About Time
- Bonus Features: Sing-along
- Total Running Time: +/- 2 hours
The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic series is currently airing on The HUB TV Network. We love watching it on there, my daughter can’t get enough of My Little Pony. However, if you don’t have the HUB channel picking up the DVD is a great way to have a lot of My Little Pony fun anytime you want. With laughs, lessons and of course the adorable ponies this is one show we watch quite often! I still remember having My Little Pony when I was growing up so it really tickles me that my daughter is into it now!
Does your little one like My Little Pony?
**I received DVD at no cost to me for posting purposes.**
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