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Horrid Henry DVD – Review and Giveaway

With Christmas looming, there is nothing better to get you in the festive mood than a Christmas themed DVD.  So when we were sent the latest Horrid Henry DVD from Abbey Home Media, Miss M couldn’t wait to watch it.

Horrid Henry and the Early Christmas Present is the latest in the series of Horrid Henry DVD’s to be released and will be available from 12th November 2012.

It contains six exciting episodes:

Horrid Henry and the Early Christmas Present
Horrid Henry and the Silly Siblings
Horrid Henry and the Tickly Treats Thief
Horrid Henry Alone At Home
Horrid Henry So not a girl
Horrid Henry Bogus babysitter

Miss M is a huge fan of Horrid Henry and it never fails to disappoint.  She thoroughly enjoys sitting down to view his naughty antics and I always catch her giggling to herself – she finds his naughty behaviour hilarious and with his lively personality he is constantly up to mischief to keep Miss M entertained throughout each episode.

Miss M’s favourite episode on this DVD is ‘Horrid Henry and the Early Christmas Present’ about the build up to Christmas and Horrid Henry’s naughtiness leaving him in jeopardy of receiving no presents on Xmas Day.  The contrast between Horrid Henry and his younger brother Perfect Peter is a great example for Miss M to take on board as to the consequences of bad behaviour!

This is a great DVD to keep young children entertained – they’ll love all the fun and antics that form the everyday part of Horrid Henry’s life and it is definitely a DVD that will be watched again and again.


Abbey Home Media have kindly offered me 4 copies of the New Horrid Henry DVD to give to my readers – so if you fancy a copy, just leave me a comment below.

To enter, please answer the following question and comment below (compulsory entry):
I would love to see a comment about something naughty your little ones have got up to recently or perhaps something naughty you got up to when you were younger.  If you’d prefer to just say you’ve entered then that’s fine too. 🙂

To gain up to a further 3 bonus entries – Please comment for each entry for it to be counted:
1.Subscribe to my blog (at top right of page)
2.Like my Facebook page (newly published today – I’d love to get some likes please)
3.Follow me on Twitter and tweet   I want to watch Horrid Henry’s latest Xmas antics and #win the new Horrid Henry DVD with @star100x

Terms & Conditions
Winners selected at random

If a selected winner has not fulfilled the first entry criteria or any others to which they made comments they will be disqualified
No automated entries
Competition ends Friday 23rd November at 9pm
If a winner does not make contact within 48 hours an alternative winner will be drawn
UK only

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  1. Tracy Grant says:

    Hi, subscribed via email
    liking and sharing on facebook, Tracy A Grant
    following and RT tracygrant3

  2. nicola barter says:

    Am following via email

  3. nicola barter says:

    have liked your facebook page

  4. nicola barter says:

    have tweeted @nikilily20

  5. Natasha Gandy says:

    When my brother was little, we were getting ready to go to the fair. He was in a hurry but my mum was still trying to get everything together. K thought it would be a great idea to open the front door by standing on a huge tin of gloss paint – the first my mum realised was when she seen glossy footprints running down the hall, up the stairs and across 2 bedrooms 🙁 She didn’t have any issues finding him but needless to say the fair was cancelled and there was several £’s worth of damage lol x

    1. OMG!! Can’t imagine – I hate gloss paint, it’s bad enough trying to wash the brushes out but footprints across the carpet!!

  6. Natasha Gandy says:

    Liked on FB 🙂 x

  7. Natasha Gandy says:

    Tweeted as @pinktash4 x

  8. liked you on facebook iain maciver

    followed you on twitter and tweeeted @maci234

  9. kimmer2111 says:

    My daughter who was 4 at the time decided to get up early 4am and decided to make cakes…..Came downstairs to find her sat in a pool of cooking oil….In a mixing bowl she had cornflakes, a jar of coffee, sugar, juice, gravy, tomato sauce and god knows what else….I was not amused….Sent her back to bed….to angry to shout at her….lol Spent the next 3 hours cleaning it up!!

    1. What a nightmare!! And at that time in the morning!! Can’t be fun cleaning that lot up.

  10. kimmer2111 says:

    I folllow on FB

  11. kimmer2111 says:

    I follow on twitter and I have tweeted as @kimmer2111

  12. kimmer2111 says:

    I am subscribed to your blog 🙂

  13. ashleigh says:

    My kids are always up to something. A couple of weeks ago my son got a bottle of suncream and poured it everywhere! Very hard to get out!

    1. Yes Suncream is a nightmare – my daughter sat and pumped out a bottle of my foundation once – that was awful to get off as well.

      1. ashleigh says:

        oh dear that sound bad too!

  14. ashleigh says:

    i follow on twitter and have tweeted as @ashlallan

  15. ashleigh says:

    i am subscribed with google reader as mummy24

  16. dominique says:

    subscribed to your blog! Great prize!

  17. dominique says:

    I tweeted too @dominiquecarlo

  18. Jo welsh says:

    Have liked on facebook

  19. Jo welsh says:

    My little girl once got in the cupboard and spilt all the dried macaroni and while I was cleaning that up I stupidly forgot to close the cupboard and she grabbed the rice and spilt that all over the floor!!

    1. It’s like one thing after another with children isn’t it – I never stop cleaning up after my 2.

  20. sarah rees says:

    my son poured bubble bath all over his sister whilst she was in bed when both were supposed to be going to sleep!!!

    1. Oh no and I bet it was all slimy as well!!

  21. hi 🙂 naughty thing one of mine keeps doing is pouring drinks everywhere the minute by back is turned! they have also covered the room in sudocrem once before but that was a while back. when me and my sis were little the naughtiest thing we did is probably cutting each others hair, or used to bite our selves then scream and blame it on the other one, lol!

    1. My Mister B has a habit of pouring drinks out at the mo so I had to only let him use beakers at dinner time and have a lidded cup in the front room. Sudocrem must have been a nightmare to clean up!!

  22. have liked ur fb (anna marikar)

  23. followed on twitter and tweeted, @ummziyad

  24. following by email too

  25. Alison M says:

    When I was a toddler I seemingly poured a whole bag of granulated sugar over the kitchen floor and was “skating” back and forward thinking it was great…needless to say my Mum was not amused (though cant remember that myself!).

    Now got a 2.5 yr old and on the whole she’s a good girl unless you could meltdowns in Tesco and her screaming “YOU A NAUGHTY AND BAD MUMMY!!!!!!” at the top of her lungs..instant red face and amused stares from the shoppers.

    1. Oh how embarassing!! Poor you. Miss M is quite well behaved in public but as soon as we walk through the front door the tantrums start!!

  26. Caroline Hooper says:

    putting chewing gum in her sisters hair was a naughty thing for my little angel to do!

    1. Hope you managed to get it out ok and didn’t have to cut the hair!!

  27. John Taggart says:

    I’ve entered

  28. Emma Howard says:

    I’d love to win this for my son who’s a big Horrid Henry fan!

  29. rebecca smith says:

    kids love this show. this would keep them entertained while they are waiting for santa

  30. claire woods says:

    I can’t say my son is really naughty at all.

  31. claire woods says:

    .Like my Facebook page – done as claire samuel

  32. claire woods says:

    3.Follow me on Twitter and tweet I want to watch Horrid Henry’s latest Xmas antics and #win the new Horrid Henry DVD with @star100x – done @clairew137

  33. Maya Russell says:

    It’s not really naughty but my 4 year old loves to wash her dolls’ hair and just gets water everywhere!

  34. Maya Russell says:

    Subscribed with Google Reader

  35. Maya Russell says:

    Liked your Facebook page as Maya Russell.

  36. Maya Russell says:

    Following on Twitter and tweeted.

    1. Maya Russell says:

      as @maisietoo

  37. tracey gibbons says:

    my little boy 4 decided to practice writing on his bedroom wall with feltip, and drew a huge family portrait,

  38. Please enter me

  39. louise m says:

    I put my son to bed and then he got out again and played with his torch I didn’t find out til the morning where things weren’t where i’d left them!

  40. louise m says:

    am following on FB as louise mathema

  41. louise m says:

    have subscribed to blog.

  42. Angela says:

    When I was little I cut my fringe playing hairdressers. oops

  43. AnnaMarie Smith says:

    I too played hairdressers on my fringe….I think its a childhood right of passage! 😉

  44. belinda porter says:

    I was a good girl it was my sisters that were naughty!

  45. belinda porter says:

    I’ve liked and shared on facebook

  46. belinda porter says:

    I have tweeted @bella97p

  47. vicky morton says:

    When me and my friend were in our early teens we used to replace the sugar in her kitchen with salt so her step mum would use it in her brew!!

  48. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    i was quite naughty when young i hid behind the couch and gave myself a haircut my mum was gutted as i had to get all my lovely locks cut off to fix it and get a bob. She still goes on about it thirty years later.

  49. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    i’m a liker on facebook

  50. Jo Hardie says:

    My 3 year old found his 6 year old brothers joke ‘poo’ and flushed it down the toilet. It got caught in the bend and my poor dad had to come round, dismantle the toilet and remove the joke poo alongside the blocked real poo he had done afterwards!! Not very nice but we eventually saw the funny side 🙂

  51. Lee Davis says:

    Liked on facebook, tweeted and following as @tubbss

  52. Emma Bradshaw says:

    My little one (23 months) has twice scribbled on my newly painted white wall whilst I’ve been out the room, grr…!

  53. Emma Bradshaw says:

    I have liked you on FB

  54. Emma Bradshaw says:

    Following on Twitter and tweeted!

  55. My 2yo son caught throwing grandad’s apples which were waiting to be made into pie but were then all bruised.

  56. have liked on FB as Samantha Fernley

  57. have subscribed by email

  58. maureen.m says:

    My 6 year old grandson painted his 4 year old sister with white emulsion( while playing quietly upstairs).They then went on to paint most of his pine bedroom furniture and dripped all over his dark blue carpet.It took weeks to clean up !

  59. Susan Mann (@susankmann) says:

    My youngest drew over the walls when he was little. @susankmann

  60. Susan Mann (@susankmann) says:

    I have liked you on facebook. x

  61. Lorna Peppiatt says:

    I pinched some penny sweets from a shop when I was five, my mum was horrified and made me take them back 🙁

  62. Lorna Peppiatt says:

    Liked your FB page 🙂

  63. Lorna Peppiatt says:

    Following you on Twitter @ellielucky

  64. Lorna Peppiatt says:

    I’ve tweeted too @ellielucky

  65. Lorna Peppiatt says:

    Subscribed to your blog via email 🙂

  66. isis1981uk says:

    My son’s just turned 20 months & the tantrum phase – he threw a banana across a room because I wouldn’t carry him from the kitchen to the dining room (3 metres!) 🙂

  67. Vivienne Wilkes says:

    Nothing naughty really, just asked if I was 56 rather than 36! Liked on Facebook, following on Twitter and tweeted.

  68. Mama Syder says:

    Apparantly I was a nightmare as a child and even cemented my younger cousin with ready mix. I guess thats one of the naughtiest things Ive done @mamamakes

  69. Mama Syder says:

    Subscribed via email

  70. Mama Syder says:

    Following you on FB @mamamakes

  71. Mama Syder says:

    Following on Twitter & have Tweeted @mamamakes

  72. Please enter me in the competition. My children NEVER do anything naughty!

  73. Am following and have tweeted @captainsunflow

  74. rosie dean says:

    my eldest son, 6 at the time, fancied some breakfast… he put a pot noodle in the microwave while i was still in bed (he does have some sen’s but anywayyy)
    List can go on with my lot!
    I currently have blue permanent marker on my cream walls thanks to my 3yr old.

  75. Hazel Christopher (@HazyLou) says:

    My little boy is a mischievous little monkey and just a couple of weeks ago he threw his drink over the side of a bridge – he was so upset to see his drink floating down the river that he proceeded to SCREAM non stop until we got to the shop where he could get a new drink.

  76. Hazel Christopher (@HazyLou) says:

    I have also liked on Facebook x

  77. Following on Twitter and tweeted @HazyLou

    Thank you for the lovely competition x

  78. Emma k says:

    When I was little my younger sister made a den complete with an ice cream container for a toilet! (she had a good imagination). Unknown to anyone else that this was in there she then used it (yes to do a number 1 and 2!!!) and told me to come and visit her in her new house. I went inside and screamed!!!! I will never forget that! Now that I have a little boy I’m always wary if he makes a den!

  79. Greig spencer says:

    entered, im good ive done nothing naughty lol

  80. Nick Hopkins says:

    My son set fire to the table cloth at his last birthday party!

  81. Nick Hopkins says:

    I have liked on Facebook

  82. Nick Hopkins says:

    I am following on twitter and have tweeted

  83. Nick Hopkins says:

    I am subscribed to the blog via email

  84. vivian allman says:

    now this would keep them quiet

  85. Super Amazing Mum says:

    I cut my own fringe as a 10 year old, wanted a swanky bob with a spiky fringe (it was the 80s) and finally round my mother down. She took me to the hairdressers and when I got back I cut it again as wasn’t short enough to spike. Consequently, when it dried, it was wonky and awful and my mum marched me back. I never did own up to it being me that cut it! Poor girl got the sack!

  86. Super Amazing Mum says:

    I also follow you on twitter as @superamazingmum

  87. Joanne Benham says:

    When I was about 10, my sister was 8, one morning just before we left for school my sister was annoying me so I decided to get one of those bath pearls, I popped it on her head! She had to go to school stinking to high heaven with an oily head as there was no time to wash it….needless to say my mother was NOT happy with me x

  88. olivia280177 says:

    I scraped my name with a broken tile in the snow on my grandad’s car…when the snow melted my name was still there…oopsy

  89. olivia280177 says:

    i have subscribed to your blog

  90. olivia280177 says:

    i follow on twitter and tweeted @olivia280177

  91. olivia280177 says:

    liking on FB as olivia kirby

  92. Emma Wolski says:

    I used to cut my hair and because it was so blonde told my mum it was Barbie’s!

  93. Emma Wolski says:

    followed and tweeted @noconawolsk

  94. When my boys were younger i always knew trouble was brewing if they went quiet one day i was working in the lounge and they went very quiet one was 4 and one was 2 i went looking for them ( we lived in a bungalow ) the oldest one had thought it funny to open the fridge and hand my eggs one by one to his little brother to drop on the floor .. it was a pack of 24 eggs! mmm not the best omelette i have seen

  95. i have liked your facebook page as Sue Lesley Hall

  96. I have followed you on twitter as @straysuzi1 and tweeted

  97. subscribed to your blog as Susan Lesley Hall

  98. lorraine polley says:

    my grandson keeps copying everything i say! which wasn’t too bad until he told his other nanna “gordon bennett, you’ll be the death of me, you will”. apparently i’m always saying that to him when he’s naughty

  99. lorraine polley says:

    have liked your facebook page too

  100. clare davies says:

    we decorated our hall wall once with fab expensive designer wall paper and our little boy who was about 3 had drew a picture for me on it! i wasnt too happy when i seen – but he said mummy you cant be mad i did this to make you smile! (was his attempt at a portrait of me! just on my new wallpaper!)

  101. clare davies says:

    signed up with email x

  102. clare davies says:

    liking on facebook also x

  103. clare davies says:

    following on twitter x_x_clare_x_x

  104. siobhan marie says:

    my dad has named me and my daughter bid d and little d ( d stands for demolition lol ) mu daughter recently drew all over the doors with black marker pen i asked her who did it she said it was our dog naughty norman.. great giveaway would love to be entered xx

  105. Christina says:

    Liked your new facebook page. my sons made their little brother eat the egg shell

  106. Nicola Stephenson says:

    My grandson threw the remote control in the bin after he broke it – he’s 22 months old x

  107. GILLIAN LINDSAY says:

    My eldest (Now 4) put her brand new clarks shoes in the bin as a toddler and i didn’t realise until it was too late.. I searched everywhere! Recently my youngest has started putting things in the bin, which is great until its her bottle or milk or toys!! (HAVE LIKED FACEBOOK)

  108. Samantha R says:

    My oldest daughter loves horrid henry, she acts like him quite a lot too 🙂 recently we have been having words about her attitude but really shes just your typical 6 year old! we would love to win

  109. Samantha R says:

    following on facebook

  110. Samantha R says:

    following and tweeted @lillyfer85

  111. amanda davis says:

    fackbook page liked

  112. Adrian Clarke says:

    When we were kids we dammed the local ditch & then smashed it down & it flooded some ones house! Whoops!

  113. elizabeth h says:

    My little girl is 18 months and has just started doing things she shouldnt! She enjoys rooting round my cupboards in the bathroom and running off with her sands stuffed with my feminine products 😉 I have followed your twitter feed, and retweeted also liked your facebook page xx

  114. emma dunn says:

    following you on twitter @missemmadunn and also via email – my son is always being naughty and cheeky. – we got a cat latly that he choose to call Henry!! lol the cat is also very naughty as always pulling the tolit roll and all sorts.

  115. leah gorman says:

    liked and followed

  116. sue willshee says:

    There is a 3 year age gap between my 2 girls so when I walked into my 5 year old’s bedroom and found her name written on the wall in felt tip pen I was quite surprised to here her say that it was the youngst who’d written it – I obviously have a budding genius on my hands!

  117. sue willshee says:

    Subscribed to your blog

  118. sue willshee says:

    Liked your Facebook page as sue willshee

  119. sue willshee says:

    Following on Twitter and have tweeted @piperanddaisy

  120. sian hallewell says:

    Hope you believe me when I say I wasn’t a naughty child, so no exciting stories to tell

  121. sian hallewell says:

    A fan on FB

  122. Sharon McGuinness says:

    When I tell my youngest that she is not going to see her friend if she has been misbehaving, she tells me she wasen’t wanting to go anyway so I tell her that its fine, she won’t be going again. I can see the slightly concerned look on her face, wondering if I really mean it.

  123. Michelle Shaftoe says:

    I have retweeted and am following you on twitter

  124. Michelle Shaftoe says:

    I have liked you one facebook

  125. Michelle Shaftoe says:

    The naughtiest thing my kids have done? Well, there have been quite a few, but the one that sticks out in my mind was when my daughter (then aged 2) had crept out of her bed at nap time, into the bathroom and had smothered the brand new tube of toothpaste all over my bed. To be exact, it was all over her dad’s side of the bed and none of it on mine! She was very proud of her artwork and I didn’t have the heart to tell her off!

  126. Michelle Shaftoe says:

    I am now following you via email

  127. We just watched Horrid Henry on CITV and it reminded me I had your blog bookmarked for the comp!

    When I was younger, I ripped all the tape out of all the video’s we owned because my Mum told me to go to my room, then threw them out the window and blamed my brother!

    Another time, my Mum wouldn’t make macaroni cheese for dinner, so I squirted ketchup all over the floors and walls and shouted I’ve fell over, trying to get her to feel sorry for me!

    Thinking back, I was so horrid as a child! Not all the time obviously!

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