Enjoy holiday movies from the Detroit Lakes Library
Snuggle up by the fire, and get into the holiday spirit with the help of some good movies. Your library has a huge collection of holiday movie titles for your family to watch, and because you will be watching at home you can put as much butter on your popcorn as you want!
We have a wide variety of DVDs that are destined to become classics! Come into your library and get prepared for a cozy holiday movie night ... sure to put you in the holiday spirit!
"Frosty Friends," by HIT Entertainment
Bundle up with your favorite preschool pals in these fun-filled wintertime tales. Join Barney, Bob the Builder, Pingu, Thomas & Friends, and Kipper as they enjoy playful adventures in the snow.
Learn the true meaning of Christmas with your best friend, Barney, build a snowman with Bob, go sledding with Kipper, whistle down the tracks with Thomas, and laugh along as Pingu plays hilarious tricks on his friends.
"A Colbert Christmas: the Greatest Gift of All!" by Paramount Pictures
America's favorite Christmas tradition is now on DVD! Families have gathered around the TV to enjoy Stephen Colbert's Christmas specials over the past several years. Now you can experience the joy over and over! Join Stephen and his friends -- Toby Keith, Elvis Costello, John Legend, Feist, Willie Nelson, and Jon Stewart -- for a yuletide evening of song, dance and nog-induced dementia.
"Caillou's Winter Wonders," by Cookie Jar Entertainment
Join Caillou in four fun adventures! In Caillou The Snowman, Caillou explores all the fun activities of winter, including playing hockey and making paper snowflakes! In Caillou's Christmas, Caillou learns about holiday traditions, from caroling to different cultural festivities in playschool.
"Max and Ruby: A Merry Bunny Christmas," by Paramount Home Entertainment
A Nick Jr. animated preschool series based on the hugely popular storybooks by Rosemary Wells. Max & Ruby celebrates the warm & humorous relationship between Max, an enthusiastic and determined bunny, and his big sister Ruby.
The TV series has a distinct look & feel, incorporating 2D characters into a 3D world. The Max and Ruby books were first launched in 1979 and more than a million books have been sold to date.
"Shrek the Halls," by Dreamworks Home Entertainment
The Christmas tree isn't the only thing green in this new holiday classic. Shrek is back and trying to get into the spirit of the season. After promising Fiona and the kids a Christmas they'll remember, he is forced to take a crash course in the holiday. But just when he thinks he has everything for their quiet family Christmas just right, Donkey, Puss in Boots, Gingy and the rest of the gang decide to crash the party.
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