Picks up right where Part 1 left off. Johnny Poppers at the Two-Cylinder Expo in Moline. Combines harvesting wheat and corn. Learn how grapes and pumpkins are harvested. We trace the history of the John Deere dozer, from the Lindeman crawler tractor to the dozers of today. More fun with jam-prone Otto, New songs by James Coffey. Diesels and steam locomotives delivering John Deere equipment. Wall-to-wall exciting John Deere action. Can be enjoyed by both kids and grown-ups. 50 min.
”Educational and entertaining. Great music, lots and lots of trains, funny "oh no's!"...what more can preschool kids want? Dads and Granddads love the series as well. Ok, so mom also laughs out loud when Buster in the blue engine disregards Controls' admonishment to slow down when he enters the shed!” Nicole A. Regehr "flutterbelle" (KS)
“I purchased this DVD because I was tired of checking out the worn out video versions at the local library. My boys both LOVE it, and even my five year old daughter enjoys watching it sometimes. It is really cute - they show little toy trains in action, telling about the trains they represent, or just to different music. The children's favorite parts are the "accident" segments, where things fall over and a silly voice says "Oh no!". Kate E. Flippen "Kate"
”My son, who is about to turn two, LOVES this video. The songs are great, and there's a nice mix of toy and real trains. Part 4 is the best of the three. The narration adds a bit of interest for parents, but the kid who does it is awful... he has no idea what he's reading! Highly recommend.” Hil (Massachusetts)
“Like some, I was suprised at the content of Part #1. The 2 year old son loved it, so we bought Part #2, as well. The content is similar and has enough "adult appeal" to make it interesting. The pumpkins planted in Part #1 have grown up and are harvested in this one. Otto still makes mistakes and goes backwards at high speed - my son's favorite part. You get a lesson in combines - What a fabulous machine that is! Overall, it is a great DVD if there is a tractor lover in your home.” C. Lynn "headdocs" (Mississippi)
”We have all four DVDs and my son, who is three, loves them (and my husband, too!)! He knows all the tractor models, names, the details of the tractors and more! He will watch these John Deere DVDs over any disney cartoon any day.” C. Kalma (Wisconsin)
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Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2017-11-08 07:00:17.
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In part 2, there is an educational lesson on what tractors do at harvest time, plus a pumpkin patch with a wagon ride pulled by a model M. As well as some help from kids who help out at the patch. The William Tell Overturne was later used in Lionel Nation 6 for the Lone Ranger Segment. After that, there's a James Coffey song: Pickin' Pumpkins in the Pumpkin Patch, plus a Silly Otto segment where he is dumping the sand in the wrong truck. This next segment was the first All about John Deere for kids segment where we see how Toy Trains and Real Trains played a big role hauling John Deere equipment from factories to farms and building sites, with a James Coffey song: When John Deere's Riding the Rail. Plus an educational segment on how JD uses Dozers at Construction sites, and forests. Plus a James Coffey Song: Which Animals do and Don't Belong? After that, there's a visit to the 2-cylinder expo in Moline, IL. Plus Beethoven's Symphony #5 where it was previously used in the N&W 611 segment in I love toy trains 2, but also uses on Johnny Poppers in the Snow. After that, there's an educational segment on a Grape Harvest, A James Coffey Song: Put on Your work boots and start your John Deere. A Silly Otto Segment where he is running 5 minutes late trying to load the tractors back in the flatbeds. Plus a game of Real or Toy. And we Wrap up the video on why John Deere has to work through the night without any sleep.
Would I recommend this to kids of all ages? Yes. And it's also interesting to learn From TMBV more often rather than watching a Quarter of A Billion Viewed Videos of Sesame Street's Elmo's World on Youtube.
Additional remarks by Steamboy: Narration:Just enough. Would kids enjoy this?Yes. Image quality:Excellent! DVD Value:Excellent Value! Recommend to others?A "Must Have"!