Dragon Tales: Adventures in Dragon Land

DVD Release: October 1, 2007
Dragon Tales: Adventures in Dragon Land


This DVD includes the adventure “To Kingdom Come,” where Ord’s reluctance to share the wishing shell sends everyone to a strange land with no way home. But he finds the answer: when you share, you can make any wish come true.

When baby Kiki’s toy gets squashed and she’s too upset to nap, everyone joins together to help Cassie babysit in “Baby Troubles.”

In “Bad Share Day,” Cassie discovers a magic crayon. Everybody wants it but no one wants to share. They learn that being selfish is lonely but when you share, everyone gets to play together.

“Zak Takes a Dive,” is an episode in which Zak has never been swimming before and he’s scared. But after he gets his feet wet, he likes it and realizes that trying new activities is fun.

In “The Forest of Darkness,” Ord is scared of the dark. When Zak shows him that even a little light takes the darkness away, we learn there’s nothing to fear at all.

The sing-along songs are “Hello,” “Clap” and “Round and Round.”

Dove Review

“Dragon Tales: Adventures in Dragon Land” is a wonderful compilation of five television episodes which are all related to things that children deal with on a daily basis. The main characters, Max and Emmy, are presented as normal kids who get mad, argue and have bad days just like any other kids. As Dragon Land is a somewhat enchanted place, there are some magical things that happen and a magic poem is used to get there.

This DVD teaches great lessons about sharing, facing fears and trying new things. With a catchy theme song, interesting stories and lovable dragon characters, even adults will be wishing they could go on a Dragon Land adventure! “Dragon Tales: Adventures in Dragon Land” easily earns the Dove Seal for family-friendly viewing!!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Whimsical Magic.


Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Genre: Children
Runtime: 66 min.
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor