In this video designed to introduce babies and toddlers to the concept of transportation, youngsters are presented with such vehicles as cars, trains, boats, planes and more. By combining real-life images of various vehicles with fun puppet shows and the classical music of Rossini, Mozart, Beethoven, and Haydn, curious youngsters are encouraged to explore the world and get excited about the prospect of travel. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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We own this one. Our son is currently 21 months old and fascinated with cars, trucks, trains -- anything that goes. This movie delivers. He loves to watch it at home and on the DVD player in the car. He watched it on a continuous loop for our 2 1/2 hour car trip last week -- normally he fusses most of the way. This time he didn't make a peep at all except to repeat the words that they said on the DVD.
PS my son isn't much interested in TV or movies in general
We have a 2 1/2 year old and a 6 month old. We love that Baby Einstein videos don't over-stimulate young children. This video appeals to our older son the most and he shouts out "mommy, train" or "mommy, airplane". He really enjoys the video and the music is nice so I don't mind listening to it either.