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Lil' Bratz Party Time DVD Review

Lil' Bratz Party Time DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jul 11, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

What time is it? Its party time! Were taking a look at this brand new DVD adventure from the Lil Bratz!

What time is it? It's party time! We're taking a look at this brand new DVD adventure from the Lil' Bratz!

Bratz Rock the Party

Lil' Bratz Party Time is an interactive adventure that lets you plan a party with the Lil' Bratz! You get to pick out the invitations, choose the cake, and even pick a theme to help the Lil' Bratz throw the ultimate bash!

Party Time, Excellent

If you thought party planning was fun, wait until the party gets started! You can choose the music, get people dancing, and more. Plus multiple activity options put you in charge of all kinds of Lil' Bratz activities!

DVD Features

This DVD comes packed with special features including four different party activities, six music and sing-a-long activities, and three music videos, which makes for hours and hours of entertainment. It also has closed captioning.

Bottom Line

Lil' Bratz Party Time is a fun, girly DVD that will keep budding event-planners busy for hours. Getting to make all the decisions is a lot of fun too, because no one rocks a Lil' Bratz party like you do.

Rating: 4

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